Great Sources to Follow Regarding COVID Mandates

Coronavirus Roundup: State Department Embraces Work Flexibilities; CDC Recommends Fourth COVID-19 Shot for Some

“Government Accountability Office recommends that OSHA assess—as soon as feasible and, as appropriate, periodically thereafter—various challenges related to resources and to communication and guidance that the agency has faced in its response to the COVID-19 pandemic and take related actions as warranted.” The Labor Department partially agreed. Here are some of the other recent headlines you might have missed.”


Side Effects of Vaccination to Be Covered under FECA
Published: October 19, 2021

“The executive order makes those vaccinations “a requirement of most federal employment. As such, employees impacted by this mandate who receive required COVID-19 vaccinations on or after the date of the executive order [September 9] may be afforded coverage under the FECA for any adverse reactions to the vaccine itself, and for any injuries sustained while obtaining the vaccination.”

“Decisions on claims will include a consideration of whether the employee followed agency policy in getting the vaccination, it added.”

Scenarios of COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects

0. A sincere question, even if you achieve a sustainable immunity to COVID-19 through the vaccine, does your immunity belong to you or the patent holders of the gene therapy you took?

“THE US Patent and Trademarks Office ruled on the most-watched patent proceeding of the 21st century: the fight for Crispr-Cas9. The decision was supposed to declare ownership of the rights to the revolutionary gene editing technique. But instead, the patent judge granted sorta-victories to each of the rival parties—a team from UC Berkeley and another with members from both MIT and Harvard University’s Broad Institute. That’s great for those groups (and their spin-off, for-profit gene editing companies with exclusive licenses)”

“nd while exclusive licenses aren’t rare in biotech, the scope of these do stand out: They cover all the 20,000-plus genes in the human genome.”

” In 1980, shortly after the Supreme Court ruled
that genetically engineered microbes were patentable, Congress passed something called the Bayh-Doyle Act. The law gives
permission for universities to patent—and license—anything their researchers invented with public funds, making it easier
to put those inventions back in the hands of citizens.
The law’s original intent was to patent mature discoveries, things like a genetically modified crop, or biofuel-farting yeast.
Over the years, however, universities started filing patents further upstream—on everything from protein structures to bits of
“These biotechs are surrogates for patent holders like Berkeley and the Broad, taking over the role of
patent owner (plus the majority of profits)”

“China’s state-sponsored cyberattack on the National Research Council’s computer infrastructure cost Ottawa hundreds of millions of dollars, according to federal documents that shed light on fallout from the 2014 breach”

How Trudeau’s failed vaccine deal with China wasted millions – The Fifth Estate (Canadian Investigative Journalism)

“On July 26, 2021, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office for Civil Rights (HHS) and the U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division (DOJ) jointly published guidance on whether long COVID may qualify as a disability subject to the nondiscrimination requirements of the ADA, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and Section 1557 of the Affordable Care Act. They concluded that certain cases it does.”

So will Department of Labor show that it chooses to act as a true local autonomous entity for federal workers and beyond if adverse reactions to the vaccine increases?

“Aged individuals with compromised immunity are highly susceptible to COVID-19 and the likelihood of mortality increases with age and the presence of comorbidities such as hypertension, diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Emerging evidence suggests that COVID-19 highjacks mitochondria of immune cells, replicates within mitochondrial structures, and impairs mitochondrial dynamics leading to cell death. Mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell and are largely involved in maintaining cell immunity, homeostasis, and cell survival/death. Increasing evidence suggests that mitochondria from COVID-19 infected cells are highly vulnerable, and vulnerability increases with age. The purpose of our article is to summarize the role of various age-related comorbidities such as diabetes, obesity, and neurological diseases in increasing mortality rates amongst the elderly with COVID-19.”

“Programmed cell death (PCD; sometimes referred to as cellular suicide) is the death of a cell as a result of events inside of a cell, such as apoptosis or autophagy.”

Programmed cell death – Wikipedia,advantage%20during%20an%20organism’s%20lifecycle.

Mitochondrial dysfunction does contribute to neurological disorders

“The role of mitochondria in neurodegenerative diseases – NCBI”

“AI and the COVID-19 Vaccine: Moderna’s Dave Johnson
July 13, 2021 / The pharma company’s chief data and artificial intelligence officer discusses the digital biotech’s platform approach to data science. – MIT Sloan”

Dave Johnson, Moderna
Dave Johnson is chief data and artificial intelligence officer at Moderna,

“And about seven years ago, I moved over to Moderna. At the time, we were a preclinical stage company, and the big challenge we had was producing enough small-scale mRNA to run our experiments. And what we’re really trying to do is accelerate the pace of research so that we can get as many drugs in the clinic as quickly as possible. One of the big bottlenecks was having this mRNA for the scientist to run tests in. So, what we did is we put in place a ton of robotic automation, put in place a lot of digital systems and process automation and AI algorithms as well. And [we] went from maybe about 30 mRNAs manually produced in a given month to a capacity of about a thousand in a month period”

“The basic concepts of genome assembly”

What does the average citizen know about the genome assembly algorithms that the major biotech companies have deployed in COVID-19 vaccine development? What do we know about the latest release versions, their reported flaws, and so on?

What do you know about CRISPR gDNA Design Software
Geneious – Powerful software designed for CRISPR makes it quick and easy to find sites, design guide RNAs and analyze your editing results

Why can’t the government allow other immunotherapy treatments like monoclonal antibodies?

Here’s a start if you want to learn more about the financial market world of the gene editing industry.
” A Guide to Investing in Gene Editing Stocks”



1. Complications with lymphatic system and lymphatic organ such as the spleen.

Source: Lymphatic System – Clevland Clinic

“Your lymphatic system, part of your immune system, has many functions. They include protecting your body from illness-causing invaders, maintaining body fluid levels, absorbing digestive tract fats and removing cellular waste. Blockages, diseases or infections can affect your lymphatic system’s function.”

My issue here is that a lot of people are already dealing with stress on their lymphatic system. Swelling of legs and arms is a commonly known example. This can also hint to other medical conditions such as an inflamed fatty liver.

Healthy, fully-vaccinated UGA student dies from COVID complications



“We need a whopping 4,700-6,000 mg of potassium PER DAY. Needed in higher amounts than almost any other mineral. (1)

Depending on the vegetables you eat, you would have to eat 7-10 cups a day to reach your daily dose of potassium.

Expecting that from anyone is unrealistic when most people don’t even eat fruit every day. Your potassium deficiency could be made worse by: stress, sugar, caffeine, excess salt, and alcohol.”


3. Disruption in the flow of genetic information

Source: Education Podcast – Tony’s Show – Air Date 09/15/2021

Tenofovir (TDF) Lawsuits

“Reverse transcriptase is an enzyme crucial to the replication and progression of HIV. Nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors like TDF do exactly what their name suggests: they impede, or slow, the activity of reverse transcriptase.”

Guys like Facui have been in the HIV research field for decades. More clinical trials, more drugs to push for approval, the consumer market, and profits to show shareholders and the stock market. No solid cures or statements saying we have beat HIV.

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Diabetic ketoacidosis

“A serious diabetes complication where the body produces excess blood acids (ketones).
This condition occurs when there isn’t enough insulin in the body. It can be triggered by infection or other illness.”

How long do mRNA and spike proteins last in the body?

As diabetic retinopathy progresses, new blood vessels may grow and threaten your vision. Over time, too much sugar in your blood can lead to the blockage of the tiny blood vessels that nourish the retina, cutting off its blood supply. As a result, the eye attempts to grow new blood vessels. Jun 24, 2021

Diabetic retinopathy – Symptoms and causes – Mayo Clinic,to%20grow%20new%20blood%20vessels.



“Emerging evidence suggests that COVID-19 highjacks mitochondria of immune cells, replicates within mitochondrial structures, and impairs mitochondrial dynamics leading to cell death. Mitochondria are the powerhouses of the cell and are largely involved in maintaining cell immunity, homeostasis, and cell survival/death. Increasing evidence suggests that mitochondria from COVID-19 infected cells are highly vulnerable, and vulnerability increases with age.”

Source: Impact of COVID-19 on Mitochondrial-Based Immunity in Aging and Age-Related Diseases