Pandemic Blunder

Pandemic Blunder
Author: Joel S. Hirschhorn
Publsiher: Outskirts Press
Total Pages: 125
Release: 2021-01-30
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9781977238221

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Pandemic Blunder contains considerable medical information and data to support a number of proven safe, cheap generic medicines and protocols that knock out the coronavirus when given early. Read about the pioneering, courageous doctors who have been using innovative approaches to prevent their COVID patients from needing hospital care and facing death. The book includes many expert opinions from doctors who support the view that 70 to 80 percent of COVID deaths could have been prevented—and still can be.

Don’t be victimized by disinformation and propaganda from leftist media. Learn how corrupt forces are aiming to make billions of dollars from expensive medicines and vaccines, and how hundreds of thousands of deaths could have—and should have—been prevented!

The Toxic Vaccine A Pandemic Medical Thriller

The Toxic Vaccine  A Pandemic Medical Thriller
Author: Dr. Soham Sonis
Publsiher: Leadstart Publishing Pvt Ltd
Total Pages: 275
Release: 2024
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9789356109384

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In the midst of a pandemic, when the entire world is in lockdown, ten slum children are transported to an unknown location. Their anxious faces twitch when injected with a mysterious liquid. The reward is too high to complain. The teenagers are certain they are going to change the world. Meanwhile, Dr Sahil Shrivastav, a physiotherapist, arrives at a tiny village for an orthopaedic camp. The village is nestled beside a vast lake. The lake holds an eerie past that the villagers know but are terrified to address. Strange things start happening around Sahil which are beyond his imagination. When two of his students go missing, Sahil has to act. Can a physiotherapist unravel a dark conspiracy? The Toxic Vaccine is a gripping medical thriller that revolves around an alternate reality of the Covid-19 vaccine, a conspiracy brewing in the deep underbelly of human trials.

The COVID 19 Pandemic

The COVID 19 Pandemic
Author: Eleftheria Egel,Cheryl Patton
Publsiher: Ethics International Press
Total Pages: 377
Release: 2022-09-27
Genre: Medical
ISBN: 9781871891805

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The COVID-19 Pandemic will be seen as having had a profound effect on how we live and work, as well its economic and health repercussions. But it also brought ethical issues and challenges into focus, from ‘Fake News’ to issues of individual freedom. This edited collection addresses these issues and others, including vaccine distribution, incentivization, administration, and mandates; the unprecedented challenges faced by healthcare workers; crisis communication and response conundrums: and societal burdens. This is a companion book to Ethical Implications of COVID-19 Management: Evaluating the Aftershock, also published by Ethics International Press.


Author: Bright Mills
Publsiher: Ukiyoto Publishing
Total Pages: 210
Release: 2023-01-17
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9789357705974

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This book is about the corona virus and all the events that have taken place. It helps to unfold the truth and lies involved. The hidden agenda of the elites and all what is going on under the carpet. It is a controversial book about the conspiracy theory going on behind the mask and those responsible. The dangers ahead, how to escape it. It tells the dark secret behind the covid-19 scenario. Read and be enlightened.

From the Pandemic to Utopia

From the Pandemic to Utopia
Author: Boaventura de Sousa Santos
Publsiher: Taylor & Francis
Total Pages: 216
Release: 2023-04-12
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781000855739

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The coronavirus pandemic forces us to rethink our contemporaneity. It has brought to the surface dimensions of human fragility that partially contradict the euphoria and human hubris of the fourth industrial revolution (artificial intelligence). It has also aggravated the social inequality and racial discrimination that characterize our societies. The book argues that the virus, rather than an enemy, must be viewed as a pedagogue. It is trying to teach us that the deep causes of the pandemic lie in our dominant mode of production and consumption. The systemic overload of natural resources creates a metabolic rift between society and nature that destabilizes the habitat of wild animals and the vital cycles of natural regeneration whereby pandemics become an increasingly recurrent phenomenon. In trying to take seriously this lesson the book proposes a paradigmatic shift from the current civilizatory model to a new one guided by a more equitable relationship between nature and society and the priority of life, both human and non-human.

Lessons of the Pandemic

Lessons of the Pandemic
Author: David T. Marshall,Tim Pressley
Publsiher: Guilford Publications
Total Pages: 192
Release: 2023-11-29
Genre: Education
ISBN: 9781462553907

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The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on K–12 education have been pervasive and profound. This engaging book concisely outlines the current crisis in schools in the core areas of student learning, student and teacher mental health, and teacher burnout. Synthesizing original research, David T. Marshall and Tim Pressley offer in-depth descriptions of the disruptions caused by prolonged school closures and remote instruction. They also identify some positive changes, such as increased use of online resources and technology, flexible work models, and greater attention to social and emotional learning. Sharing key findings, concrete examples, and teachers’ own voices about what they need to succeed, the book provides clear recommendations for moving schools forward effectively and sustainably.

COVID 19 Pandemic

COVID 19 Pandemic
Author: Rajni Kant
Publsiher: Publications Division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting
Total Pages: 238
Release: 2024
Genre: History
ISBN: 9789354092206

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When the whole world is grappling with the COVID-19 situation and the information about this unprecedented pandemic is evolving rapidly, this book is a timely effort to bring authentic information penned by the subject expert themselves. It provides a comprehensive account of the pandemic and covers all the aspects, from science to society in simple crisp language.

Challenges to Local Governance in the Pandemic Era

Challenges to Local Governance in the Pandemic Era
Author: John S. Moolakkattu,Jos Chathukulam
Publsiher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Total Pages: 365
Release: 2022-03-18
Genre: Political Science
ISBN: 9781527581753

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The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the question of local governance and inter-governmental coordination to the centre of public administration. There is a general feeling across the world that the local government space is critical in managing pandemics. This volume is a collection of articles on the experiences of the local governments in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the focus is on South Asia, especially India, it also provides perspectives on Europe, Africa and Latin America. The book will appeal to researchers, policy makers and practitioners who are interested in the interface between public health and local governance, particularly during emergencies. It also provides clues about the design of sustainable policy and governance, including the type of intergovernmental relations that should emerge in the post-COVID situation.