Switzerland’s Covid cost

Covid cost the Swiss taxpayer SFr35 billion[1]Swiss finance minister sees pandemic-linked spending of 35 bln Swiss francs, making up 4.6% of Swiss GDP[2]GDP (current US$) – Switzerland. That’s not taking into account the cost to individual taxpayers in lost earnings, and businesses through lost revenue. The SFr35 billion is the cost of the government’s response… Continue reading Switzerland’s Covid cost

Are we being lied to again?

Switzerland’s Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) has recommended NO Covid vaccination for Spring /Summer 2023. Their reasons are that nearly everyone in Switzerland has either been infected, or been vaccinated, and the the current version of the virus is mild. Even people who are in the high risk category are not advised to get… Continue reading Are we being lied to again?

Why you can’t trust doctors any more

Let’s look at the evidence of the past couple of years. When the Covid pandemic broke out in February 2020, the International press announced it as a pandemic. By then it had spread to Italy. The World Health Organisation initially denied that it was a pandemic[1]The great vaccinate debate, and then suddenly changed their minds.… Continue reading Why you can’t trust doctors any more

Australia bans the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine

We’re all familiar with how the Australian government prevented Novak Djokovic from competing in the 2022 Australian open, kicking him out of the country and banning him from re-entry because he refused to be vaccinated for Covid. Now, they have egg on their face. The Australian government have had to withdraw the use of the… Continue reading Australia bans the use of the AstraZeneca vaccine

COVID-19 vaccination efficacy in Switzerland

On 28 November 2021, Switzerland passed one million COVID-19 infections, in a country with a population just short of 8.8 million[1]https://www.worldometers.info/world-population/switzerland-population/. At that point 11,488 people in Switzerland had died from the virus. At the same time, 67% of the country had been vaccinated[2]https://www.covid19.admin.ch/en/epidemiologic/test?demoView=graph.  As of today, some six months later, just short of 14,000… Continue reading COVID-19 vaccination efficacy in Switzerland

Recovering from illness or injury using HRV

HRV is the measure of the immune system. Both injury and illness cause a drop in the HRV metrics, particularly the resting heart rate and the rMSSD. HRV provides an accurate measure of the recovery process. The affliction may require a period of bed rest, decreasing fitness, muscle mass and tone, making it difficult for… Continue reading Recovering from illness or injury using HRV

HRV and COVID-19

Analysing the statistics for COVID-19 for England and Wales[1]Pre-existing conditions of people who died due to COVID-19, England and Wales produces some newsworthy findings.  Looking at the 2020 figures, there is an increase of 77,081 in the number of deaths, from 530,841 to 607,922 with the largest proportion attributed to COVID-19 (73,766). It appears that… Continue reading HRV and COVID-19

Open letter to the World’s leaders

We are seeing a familiar pattern as the Omicron variant of COVID-19 surges across the globe. The defences that you promised will keep us safe, are failing. The economy is going backwards. So you raise new defences, promising that this time they will protect us. Now, it’s the booster vaccine that will save us. Why… Continue reading Open letter to the World’s leaders

HRV and risk of severe COVID-19

A recent long term study[1]Underlying Medical Conditions and Severe Illness Among 540,667 Adults Hospitalized With COVID-19, March 2020–March 2021 from the CDC established that of the 540,667 of patients who were hospitalised, 94.9% had at least one underlying condition. Essential hypertension (50.4%), disorders of lipid metabolism (49.4%), and obesity (33.0%) were the most common.  In a earlier… Continue reading HRV and risk of severe COVID-19