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Videos being shared online falsely suggest the Canadian province of Alberta dropped COVID-19 restrictions after failing to produce evidence in court that the SARS-CoV-2 virus exists. The office of the health minister of Alberta said the lifting of public health measures was in no way connected with the case referenced in the video. The virus has been isolated in countries worldwide, including Canada.

Firs -- Fact Check-Koch’s postulates do not need to be fulfilled to prove the existence of a virus

In spite of that, Koch's postulates have been fulfilled for SARS virus many times.

Koch's Postulates were invaluable at the time they were developed. Hell they still are but we have come a long ways from that point.

The Covid-19 virus has not been isolated as per Koch’s postulates, and this means PCR tests do not work.

This is untrue. Covid-19 has been isolated many times. It does not need to adhere to Koch’s postulates as it is a virus, and Koch’s rules have been widely disregarded now. Covid-19 PCR tests are generally very accurate.

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OK, again, you need to check your stuff. All I had to do was to highlight the : "medical professionals in the sterile environment of a hospital, cause over 2 million HAI's Hospital Acquired infections and over 100,000 deaths each year" -- right click, and choose "Search Google for" option. In less than a second I had this page -- a very creditable source which used information for another very creditable source. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.go...

The US Center for Disease Control and Prevention identifies that nearly 1.7 million hospitalized patients annually acquire HCAIs while being treated for other health issues and that more than 98,000 patients (one in 17) die due to these.

So, not all that accurate. Close, yes. Admittedly. Closer than many other things for sure. But, I mean, don't you want to be accurate? Is that not important? I don't know about the other stuff. I know that most of it was debunked and I listed the links to credible sources like Court documents.

Have a great day.

Comment 03

Online blogs and social media posts claim data compiled in a study concludes that over 80% of pregnancies end in miscarriage following a COVID-19 vaccine in the first or second trimester. The posts have taken figures from a table in a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine out of context.

A headline from one popular blogpost reads: “CDC manipulated study data to show the Covid-19 Vaccines are safe for Pregnant Women when in reality 4 in 5 suffered a miscarriage (”

The claim was also shared on another website ( with a headline that reads: “BREAKING NEWS: mRNA Shots Caused Miscarriages In 82% OF Women – The REPORT DISGUISED The Facts.”

The authors of the blog posts make a series of calculations based on table 4 within a preliminary study released in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) in 2020 .

However, the logic is flawed, and the calculations are based on only a part of the total who took part in the study.

The preliminary report used data collected through the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) v-safe registry which collects information from those who have received a Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant

Glenn Hefley


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