Dr Tyrell comments

Posted in: China complains to Japan about Taiwan vice president attending Abe's funeral See in context

No one likes the kid on the playground that tries to tell everyone else what to do.

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Posted in: Japan OKs Moderna's COVID-19 booster shots 6 months after 2nd dose See in context

I thought this was the dangerous one that has been banned around the world. Am I wrong?

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Posted in: Hiroshima survivors worry that the world will forget See in context

Sadly, even if the world forgets, the world will create numerous reminders.

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Posted in: Vaccine makers face biggest medical manufacturing challenge in history See in context

Avoid it will be the real trick.

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Posted in: Japan urges Taiwan's participation in WHO assembly See in context

"World" Health Organization. Just no one who defies China.

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Posted in: WHO head urges global unity to help make Tokyo Olympics safe See in context

I'm going to stop pretending there's a pandemic. Time for life.

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Posted in: U.S. airlines tell crews not to force passengers to wear masks See in context

Airplanes are probably the single best rationale for wearing masks BEFORE COVID ever existed. However, herd immunity is important to fight a second wave theory.

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Posted in: Cancer patients fear treatment makes them vulnerable to coronavirus See in context

CEMO puts you at risk of dying. Like 93% likely to die of it. Switch to Gerson. LIVE.

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Posted in: Japanese computer-savvy teen designs app to fight pandemic See in context


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Posted in: Osaka to name and shame more pachinko parlors defying closure request See in context

Good for them.

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Posted in: Osaka mayor under fire for saying women dawdle at shops See in context

Not sure this is a scientific breakthrough. Men have known this for years. Women enjoy looking.

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Posted in: Officials puzzled by outbreak on docked cruise ship in Nagasaki See in context

This is do to the fact that Corona viruses anti-bodies exist in all humans on Earth. When they ramp up in healthy patients, the test returns positive, but there is nothing to worry about unless the patient has symptoms or is in rare cases in a close relationship with someone who might be at risk. Viruses cannot travel through air to other humans. It must be encapsulated inside water and even then it will die in fractions of a second. Remember, a bacteria is the size of a building compared to viral matter. Viral matter is thus very vulnerable to all the elements outside the human body.

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Posted in: Economic fallout mounts as coronavirus cases top 1 million worldwide See in context

Turning into pure Hollywood. #filmyourhospitals

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