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Dominik Duka, cardinal at the Roman Catholic Church and the 36th Arch Bishop of Prague, believes coronavirus is a biological weapon and that the military knows about it.  In a sermon made earlier in the month but recently dug up by CNN Prima News, Duka talks about COVID-19 testing the faith of an otherwise atheistic country, reigniting people’s awareness of death. He then openly refers to the coronavirus as a “biological weapons leak” that all the world’s militaries know about. “This coronavirus situation reminds Christians of what we fear the most. What are we following the most? The number of deaths… In this situation, the worst is the Chinese virus, a biological weapons leak. All military specialists around the worldRead more.

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The mutated form of COVID-19 was detected in the UK and alarmed citizens of the affected countries. The Czech National Reference Laboratory reported that they found this form of COVID-19 in Czech patients back at the beginning of fall, but there is no reason to panic. The new form of the virus underwent around 23 mutations with the most significant ones happening in the spike protein, where the H69/V70 deletion occurred, according to the report by COVID-19 Genomics UK Consortium. It could explain why several Czech patients were re-infected with COVID-19 despite the reports that re-infection is unlikely. Furthermore, it can potentially explain why the virus is spreading quicker. “New variants of coronavirus are appearing independently of each other inRead more.

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According to scientists from the Snow Initiative, thousands of victims during the COVID-19 pandemic die unnecessarily and not only because of the virus. “Our country is not coping with the epidemic,” said immunologist Zdeněk Hel, who works at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Alabama. He stated that solutions should be more effective and less compromisable because the outcome of the current measures might postpone the recovery. “Every day when we are in a loose state, we will pay for several days of quarantine after the New Year,” added Milan Kubek, president of the Czech Medical Chamber. The lives of more than 9500 people were shortened; however, the COVID-19 wasn’t the only reason for that. As reported byRead more.