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 December 28th, 2020

Good riddance to 2020. Hello 2021.
Here is to hoping for a fabulous 2021.
Happy New Year to all.
May many blessings come your way this new year.


Coronavirus Update 26

Very little has changed on the risk front: The combination of colder weather, more indoor activity and pandemic fatigue continues. Some people are wearing masks effectively, some are using them as chin straps.

Social distancing remains group and person dependent. California is the new poster child for the ineffectiveness of lockdowns.

There is more solid immunological evidence that children are mostly not at risk from SARS2. See #4 below.

Crowds, indoor environments, poor ventilation and TIME remain the recipe for a negative COVID19 outcome based on your personal risk.

Latest numbers google/CDC show that we are plateauing and dropping with peak daily case numbers nationally. Cases are decreasing in the midwest and other regions while California suffers the worst worldwide rates to date. North Carolina has peaked. Death rates still remain significantly less per infection than seen earlier in the pandemic which is a continued blessing but the volume of total cases is driving higher death numbers overall.

There is still no change in the knowledge that more than 80% of deaths are skewed toward the over 55 age group and 94% of all deaths occurred in a person with a co-morbid chronic health disease. More biological antibody medicines are on the horizon that may along with a mixture of vitamin A , D, zinc, quercetin and melatonin be employed for a safe resolution to COVID19. If you did not read the newsletter about an Integrative approach to health in the COVID era, read this link and this link.

As with the first newsletter on this topic, keep solace with the fact that there is a 99+% chance of survival for all of us.


Based on everything you know after reading this newsletter, will you take the SARS2 vaccine?

60% Say that they will not.

Do you trust the vaccine companies to keep our safety under intense scrutiny?

60% Do not trust the companies