Omicron variants drive summer increases

Direct link to Africa videos, www.youtube.com/c/WefwafwaAndrew
(Subscribing to Wefwafwa’s channel will help this work)
And Ben’s latest update
www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrcbQ...
Omicron, BA.4 and BA.5
Growth advantage, good at evading the immune system
UK
ONS
www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulati...
2.07% in England (1 in 50 people)
2.13% in Wales (1 in 45 people)
2.34% in Northern Ireland (1 in 45 people)
3.36% in Scotland (1 in 30 people)
Risk of re-infection
Seven times higher with Omicron (20 December 2021 onwards)
Compared with Delta (17 May to 19 December 2021).
BMJ, Covid-19: Omicron sub variants driving new wave of infections in UK
www.bmj.com/content/377/bmj.o...
Start of a new wave of covid infections, BA.4 and BA.5.
Covid infections up 43% week on week
Independent Sage, Kit Yates, University of Bath
It is pretty much official from the latest ONS data that the UK has entered the next wave of covid.
It is most concerning to see that there has been an increase in covid infections in older age groups
Hospital admissions, England
Up 31% week on week
Beds occupied, 5,008
1st June, 3,800
Deepti Gurdasani, William Harvey Research Institute
This is our second wave in six months, and infection has remained very high even between waves.
It’s hard to predict how large the wave will be
Steve Powis, NHS England medical director
Expects fewer admissions than previous two 2022 surges
We are likely to see a bit of an increase over the next few weeks
South Africa
BA.4 and BA.5 wave has now passe, with fewer hospital admissions and deaths than BA.1 wave in December.
Portugal
BA.5 is now dominant but their wave has just peaked
United States
US, past 2 weeks
Cases, down 15%
Deaths, down 11%
Hospitalized, up 2%
100,000 cases announced each day in the U.S.
(flat for the month of June)
South and West, cases and hospitalizations increasing, Arkansas, Kentucky, Wyoming
More than 30,000 people hospitalized, up a little on the month
Fewer than 350 deaths being reported each day
(2,600 a day at the height of Omicron surge)
Mr Biden
www.nytimes.com/live/2022/06/...
Meets 17 families and their children (under 5)
monumental step forward in the nation’s pandemic response.
This is no time for politics.
It’s about parents being able to do everything they can to keep their children safe
Finally, some peace of mind

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  • Rosalie Heredia
    Rosalie Heredia4 күн бұрын

    Hearing you speak about nutrition to help that poor child heal was most refreshing! This is what I expect from our health care experts here in the states. You are so appreciated Dr Campbell

  • Evelyn Kadawati

    Evelyn Kadawati

    Күн бұрын

    @Peter Hauge exactly

  • UKCEN Admin

    UKCEN Admin

    2 күн бұрын

    @Little Voice Nah, there’s still an obsession with avoiding and containing it instead!

  • Peter Hauge

    Peter Hauge

    3 күн бұрын

    @Little Voice get 4 jabs stil get unwell same as unjabbed even worse lol

  • Rosalie Heredia

    Rosalie Heredia

    3 күн бұрын

    @Little Voice I agree!

  • Little Voice

    Little Voice

    3 күн бұрын

    I just wish more emphasis was placed on nutrition for immunity when it comes to the pandemic here in the UK too

  • pvdneste
    pvdneste4 күн бұрын

    Would be interesting to see an age-breakdown of deaths vaccinated versus unvaccinated people. And even better: related to co-morbidity's

  • James Madison

    James Madison

    Күн бұрын

    No, truth is not on agenda.

  • Richard Williams

    Richard Williams

    3 күн бұрын

    Interesting also, total comparitive deaths regardless of health reason occurring over past 5 years.

  • jules ju

    jules ju

    3 күн бұрын

    That's never going to happen

  • Arizona To Portugal
    Arizona To Portugal4 күн бұрын

    Portugal is the most vaccinated country in the world, and implemented some of the most stringent restrictions for the longest amount of time in all of Europe. Portugal also has the warmest climate out of most of Europe. Make what you will out of all that.

  • UKCEN Admin

    UKCEN Admin

    2 күн бұрын

    @Arizona To Portugal Unless people hide from the sun, as is the case in the Middle East (largely for religious reasons), the Indian subcontinent and often in the US, where they love freezing air con in the summer and baking heating in the winter.

  • Shara El

    Shara El

    3 күн бұрын

    @m nayak And weaker immune system

  • Mike Home
    Mike Home4 күн бұрын

    It's nice to see the attention given to Ben it's a reminder that we take children's heath care for granted in wealthy countries especially simple things like dietary needs. All children deserve the same attention regardless. Thank you for your efforts to help

  • Andrew Wefwafwa Medical Videos

    Andrew Wefwafwa Medical Videos

    3 күн бұрын

    🙏🙏

  • Ananda Amatya
    Ananda Amatya3 күн бұрын

    On 19 June 10am I tested (lateral flow) positive. I had all the symptoms, mainly sore throat all the way down the front followed by headache and occasional coughing fits which were at times extremely painful, after 5 days, yesterday on 24 June I felt fine enough to have an hour’s gentle walk in the sun in our local park. While I still suffer from occasional bouts of coughing fits, I am thankful and feel relieved to know that I would have acquired natural immunity. I would no longer have the nagging fear of catching Covid-19 (at least the current variant) and not having to social distance and wearing face masks. Thank God for the Omicron variant! I now definitely think that exposure to omicron and acquiring natural immunity is far superior to yet another vaccination booster which only increases the coffers of money grabbing pharmaceutical companies with no ethical financial support for people suffering from

  • mitch hills

    mitch hills

    2 күн бұрын

    Good to hear that you didn't suffer serious symptoms and are on the mend. I too didn't do too badly and given my underlying conditions I am grateful to be alive and not in hospital!

  • D B
    D B3 күн бұрын

    Poor Ben. It sounds like he's having a hard time. Interesting that you mention iodine. I'm an RN in the US, and I was just reading about iodine and its importance for immunity and wound healing. I think adding it to his diet is a great idea. By the way, those cute kids in the video brought a much-needed smile today.

  • Robert Arutunian
    Robert Arutunian3 күн бұрын

    I can somewhat relate with the young one with the compound fracture sequelae. I had compound fracture of my femur in 1952 when I was 3 years old but luckily did not develop osteomyelitis. I vaguely remember being in hospital for very long time with both legs suspended in the air. Management of such fractures has improved greatly with internal fixation at least in developed countries. If I was immobilized like that now I would be losing my mind! Best of luck to the little guy.

  • betoaguiar63
    betoaguiar634 күн бұрын

    The Portuguese health system is at the brink of collapse. A cousin of mine has been an MD in ER the last 30 years and is appalled at how things are being run. Elective surgeries, cancer treatments, everything has been cancelled, deferred or the cans kicked down the road. Portugal is an example of how everything can go wrong and politicians continue to outright lie and decline responsibility for all their incompetence.

  • UKCEN Admin

    UKCEN Admin

    2 күн бұрын

    @Daniel Vieira Well, not everyone needs medical care often. Maybe that’s why they haven’t mentioned it. I don’t see doctors often, last time was in 2019, so I only know what I’ve read in the UK news. Not everyone needs to have regular treatment

  • UKCEN Admin

    UKCEN Admin

    2 күн бұрын

    Just like in the U.K. then

  • Toon M

    Toon M

    2 күн бұрын

    summer portugal "winter" in sa?

  • jose maria trueba

    jose maria trueba

    2 күн бұрын

    Saying it's a matter of incompetence is too generous appreciation. They seem to do harm intentionally.

  • Phil Hardy
    Phil Hardy4 күн бұрын

    At some point John will get credit for his great contribution to public information throughout this pandemic.

  • Summer forever

    Summer forever

    3 күн бұрын

    He is making money out of the sheep here!

  • Summer forever

    Summer forever

    3 күн бұрын

    @Semipro Lific he is a shill

  • Filipa Sales
    Filipa Sales4 күн бұрын

    Please Dr.John don't forget in Portugal the vaccination rate is 90 per cent. The older people are already with the 4th dose some of them...just make of this what you will. I am Portuguese.

  • Phil Jermakian

    Phil Jermakian

    14 сағат бұрын

    @alan4sure Also... you now have... my... 1... example... *cough* to go to show how misleading small data sets can be. You are complaining about my 15 sample and saying your 1 sample goes to show...

  • alan4sure

    alan4sure

    2 күн бұрын

    @Phil Jermakian Shows how misleading a tiny dataset can be when doing a poll. Did you know that?

  • Priscilla Falzirolli
    Priscilla Falzirolli4 күн бұрын

    The vast majority of cases in the 80+ age group in Portugal happened this year and more specifically in this wave, so that's why the hosp. toll was relatively high.

  • Kjeks Klaus

    Kjeks Klaus

    3 күн бұрын

    That isn't just Portugal, thats global. Under 70 is no real issue at all. Unless exceptional pre conditions

  • Liz Davies

    Liz Davies

    4 күн бұрын

    All triple vaxxed?

  • jonnsonsam
    jonnsonsam4 күн бұрын

    Isn't Portugal about 95% vaxxed while South Africa is about 20% vaxxed? Looked like SA did a lot better from the graphs.

  • Julie Potter

    Julie Potter

    19 сағат бұрын

    @Katrina Jones 23andMe tells you if you have Neanderthal dna 🧬

  • Redhawk

    Redhawk

    2 күн бұрын

    Yeah 75% better, those who aren't hixxd

  • Gregory Beach
    Gregory Beach4 күн бұрын

    I am unvaccinated and have had covid. I meet a double vaccinated person a few days ago and she told me that she'd had covid twice this year. Also another friend who is triple vaccinated (and is in fact a vaccination nurse) and she has got covid at the moment!

  • Pete Anderson

    Pete Anderson

    3 күн бұрын

    By definition a vaccination nurse would be in the company of numerous people per day who may or may not be carriers of the virus. I am triple vaccinated and have caught Covid once so far and that occurred whilst travelling abroad and therefore exposed to a large number of people from all around the world.

  • PGH Engineer
    PGH Engineer2 күн бұрын

    I had Omicron back in early December despite being vaccinated 3x. Symptoms very similar to a bad cold or mild flu with a peculiar "prickly" feeling at the back of the throat. Lasted three days. My girlfriend had the same disease in February. Exactly the same symptoms as I had previously. We were intimate with each other during the time she was ill and I didn't catch it again from her then within the week or so she was infectious. I think I was thoroughly immune to Omicron back in February. Just been to Scandinavia on business doing a lot of socialising - got COVID again. Totally different symptoms this time - a very mild cold on the first day followed by two days where the only symptom was a very high temperature where I was sweating buckets until I got dehydrated like a prune. My fridge is now choc full of ice cold drinks and I'm plowing through them at quite a rate! Difficult to sleep at night due to the temperature. After the first two days when my temperature was very high, I got two days of respite and now it's back again. I'm hoping I'll be OK by Sunday. I'm not expecting to need a hospital. So yeah, it looks like this new variant is no respecter of previous immunity, and you may experience somewhat different symptoms than we might expect from COVID.

  • Brent Wilbur
    Brent Wilbur4 күн бұрын

    I'd be curious to see - of all those who contract BA4/5 who had been previously infected - with which strain they had been previously infected. Were they infected with the wild type, Alpha, Beta, Delta, Lambda, BA2? Does one type or another increase or decrease the likelihood of being infected with BA4/5?

  • Cristiana Baptista

    Cristiana Baptista

    4 күн бұрын

    Reinfection is not important as long as there are no symptoms. I know an Omicron reinfection whithin 3 months distance, but with no symptoms at all in this second infection. Does anyone know any Omicron reinfection with symptoms? I've had Omicron in January and got close contact with infected ones without mask. I believe the regular contact with the virus keeps our protection updated.

  • ms 13

    ms 13

    4 күн бұрын

    I see a lot of Deltas getting reinfected and none of Wuhanistas/Woohies. Also Deltas have been all vaxed,Woohies maybe 2 out of 10 that I know. Nobody was hospitalised either group (ca. 40 people total,ages 25 - 90,friends,family,colleauges)

  • Priscilla Falzirolli

    Priscilla Falzirolli

    4 күн бұрын

    BA.4/5 are antigenically close to BA.2, so I'd assume most BA.2-infected people are protected. It's more distant to BA.1 (as much as the wild-type to the Beta variant). And, like all Omicron variants, immunity from the other strains isn't as protective this far out. Except, perhaps, for Delta infections, since R452 is an immunodominant epitope that Delta shares with BA.4/5.

  • Cristiana Baptista

    Cristiana Baptista

    4 күн бұрын

    I've been wondering the same.

  • Deborah Atkins

    Deborah Atkins

    4 күн бұрын

    I know several people that had the original Omicron and have now been reinfected with BA 4/5. Quite poorly both times but luckily not hospitalised…all jabbed x 3.

  • NZURI MALKIA
    NZURI MALKIA4 күн бұрын

    Thank you for keeping us informed with all that's going on we need someone to break this stuff down 😊

  • Old School
    Old School4 күн бұрын

    Dr John Campbell. Thank you for sharing Ben's update. Such a courageous young fellow. Enjoyed seeing the other children too. I follow Wefwafwa on KZread. Also thank you for everything you are doing to help and support them, and of course all the excellent info you provide us on your channel. You are truly a gift to humanity.

  • Freddypt100
    Freddypt1003 күн бұрын

    Hello Dr. Campbell, thank you very much for your timely information, I have been following you since the beginning of the pandemic and I consider your information to be the most punctual and relevant I have ever had. after 2.5 years taking care of myself and not getting it, I got it last week from a family contact, the reality is that omicron is not friendly at all even though it is a less aggressive strain, in my case I had my 3 doses the symptoms Where of a cold but not just any , it is an extremely strong cold that does not let you go. Thanks for the information received I was able to cope with it. I am from Mexico and here the government did not take care of acquiring Paxlovid or any specific medicine to combat covid SarsCov2, which the doctors prescribe here to cope with the symptoms but not to combat it directly. Mexico, like many other countries, will have to live with the virus in a different way, living with it and thereby infecting us with the large number of deaths that today could be avoided with the medications that already exist.

  • okedoke1234

    okedoke1234

    2 күн бұрын

    In my case Omicron, of which I had two of the variants, was a mild mild mild mild mild head cold. Minor sniffles for a day or two.

  • E Kawarimono
    E Kawarimono3 күн бұрын

    Just took a trip from Seattle to New York. Tested negative every day until on returning home, I tested positive for the very first time. Currently experiencing anosmia (super weird to not be able to smell - you realize how much you rely on it). So far aside from that I've been lucky that it's been a head cold mostly. Take care all.

  • Let_Us Lunch
    Let_Us Lunch4 күн бұрын

    People don't realize how important iodine is in this day and age of enhanced salt. A speedy recovery to Benny. 💕

  • Let_Us Lunch

    Let_Us Lunch

    2 күн бұрын

    @mitch hills it's reported to

  • mitch hills

    mitch hills

    3 күн бұрын

    @Let_Us Lunch Doesn't kelp help?

  • Let_Us Lunch

    Let_Us Lunch

    3 күн бұрын

    @Kandi Eley it is essential in keeping your thyroid gland okay. You can develop a goiter without iodine among other things.

  • Kandi Eley

    Kandi Eley

    3 күн бұрын

    How important is it?

  • melbaround
    melbaround4 күн бұрын

    Dr. Campbell i didn't hear the whole video but wanted to mention i had an infectious disease doc have me mix bacitracin with dmso 50/50 when i had a year long battle with mrsa back in 2005. This was in addition to the IVs. I'm still here with both tibias intact and medication free.

  • schneekoppe32
    schneekoppe324 күн бұрын

    Dear Dr. Campbell, maybe you should look at the vaccination status in South Africa and Portugal. Then you will see that Portugal has over 80% (people fully vaccinated) and South Africa has roughly 35% (people fully vaccinated). I don't say that there is causation but it would be an interesting issue to discuss anyways especially when you compare two countries.

  • Stephen Ronaldson

    Stephen Ronaldson

    2 күн бұрын

    @Cj B I live in the UK where only Doctors and Vets can prescribe it. I wish you good fortune and please take care.

  • Cj B

    Cj B

    2 күн бұрын

    @Stephen Ronaldson There's 1% and 1.8% sterile solution. Each can easily be calculated to achieve the desired dosing. To be fair, the only other variable from my research is whether taking with or without food as food amplifies the dosing in the system. I don't have time or energy to explain but like I said above, it's quite easy to obtain and use, particularly when in our local community, MD's wouldn't dare prescribe it and we even had pharmacies refuse to fill it. That's all I needed to see to see to see the true colors of the medical establishment and big pharma. This is SO wildly obvious at every level.

  • Stephen Ronaldson

    Stephen Ronaldson

    2 күн бұрын

    @Cj B It also comes as a cream for use with skin mites. The difference between the two uses is the strength of the dose. If you feel safe calculating the reduction in strength then fine but take care.

  • Cj B

    Cj B

    3 күн бұрын

    @Mot Tada I'm not surprised. I have a friend who's a nurse anesthetist and she takes it prophylactically once a week and she hasn't had it either. When my family and I all got the Coof last July, we just put it in our morning coffee. I worked out the entire time I had the coof and my wife and I had symptoms for approximately 6 days while the kids about 3. That said, the kids swam their state meet all with the Coof. Some dangerous flu I tell ya! lol

  • ellino
    ellino4 күн бұрын

    My wife and I have both had omnicron she is a fully vaccinated nhs worker, I am unvaccinated, we had exactly the same illness in terms of duration and symptoms

  • ellino

    ellino

    Күн бұрын

    @ST We had Omicron so I class that as an inoculation much the same as vaccination, not advise just my experience, as I say my choice

  • ST

    ST

    2 күн бұрын

    @ellino Extrapolating a personal outcome to suggest that is the best option isn't very clever, especially when there is plenty of hospital data that proves vaccination is the best option for most people. It is a personal choice. I've only had two vaccinations, my choice. I'll get a third if they offer one that works with Omicron. Maybe this is the wrong choice. I've never had Covid, but I'm not going to say this means 2 vaccinations are best!

  • ellino

    ellino

    2 күн бұрын

    @ST fact checked, D, K and zinc only

  • ST

    ST

    2 күн бұрын

    @ellino sure, your choice. Nice selection of data 🤣

  • Mary Doyle
    Mary Doyle4 күн бұрын

    Beautiful Children. They made my heart smile. I hope the iodine works for the little boy. Thanks John.

  • NAV0407
    NAV04074 күн бұрын

    Thank you for giving us the real medical science to the best of your ability, Dr Campbell.

  • Kat Welch
    Kat Welch4 күн бұрын

    I recently saw something about polio. As someone who was never fully vaccinated against it I'm always interested in this subject.

  • Diana Stevenson

    Diana Stevenson

    4 күн бұрын

    If you're in the UK you can ask your GP for vaccination against polio.

  • Maui Gal

    Maui Gal

    4 күн бұрын

    see my reply to steve 1711

  • Adriano Me
    Adriano Me4 күн бұрын

    After re-infection, I felt like I had super powers, weirdly enough the vaccines didn't give me any sense of protection, but their side effects were too hard for me to continue with the never-ending vaccine madness cycles.

  • Adriano Me

    Adriano Me

    Күн бұрын

    @alan4sure That is bad news, the good news is that the symptoms are mediocre, if this trend continues no one will ever know that is sick.

  • UKCEN Admin

    UKCEN Admin

    2 күн бұрын

    @alan4sure You can also get colds and flu many times over, for the most part, of little significance.

  • alan4sure

    alan4sure

    2 күн бұрын

    There are many who had Omicron early on, and now getting the BA4 and 5 variants as it has mutated enough that natural immunity isn't all that helpful.

  • maxcady360
    maxcady3604 күн бұрын

    What bothers me about the current wave in Covid19 is not the disease itself, it's what comes next. Our health ministry lost track of all active HIV cases, tuberculosis is slowly creeping back, we had a horrible bird flu season between January and April, cancer related deaths are going to skyrocket because people are still too scared to even follow up, not to mention the horrible mental health problems.

  • The Opposite News. TON CivJoAnon

    The Opposite News. TON CivJoAnon

    Күн бұрын

    Yes. Surgery wait lists too.

  • Cheech A Rron

    Cheech A Rron

    4 күн бұрын

    @george benson cheers for noting my sarcasm. Yeah it's perfuct.

  • george benson

    george benson

    4 күн бұрын

    @Cheech A Rron Yeah, our replacements land Daily at Dover then ushered off to Four Star Accommodation. You have to hand it to the Social Engineers, they think of everything.

  • Cheech A Rron

    Cheech A Rron

    4 күн бұрын

    But...we have to look on the bright side.

  • Lj LaValle
    Lj LaValle4 күн бұрын

    What we can learn from Portugal is that despite the tag "no one left to vaccinate" and the big surge in cases/hospitalizations/deaths, we can see that we have a problem with immunity and the new injectables that have been used. Look at South Africa's rates compared to Portugal. South Africa has a 32% fully vaccinated rate and the numbers of cases/hospitalizations/deaths considerably lower - hmmmm.

  • Nicholas Hall

    Nicholas Hall

    3 күн бұрын

    @ChappyDL except that it’s not. If you take excess deaths due to COVID in SA into account its doing way worse than Portugal

  • Nicholas Hall

    Nicholas Hall

    3 күн бұрын

    @SternaMC919 Sterna no and SA has significantly under reported deaths. Actual deaths per million in SA are way worse than Portugal but that does not “fit” the anti vaccination narrative so facts like differences in age, differences in reporting, huge differences in rate of testing, under reporting deaths etc are all conveniently ignored

  • Nicholas Hall

    Nicholas Hall

    3 күн бұрын

    @This Peace except SA did not have less severe outcomes. Excess deaths, almost all attributed to COVID, are recorded as 295000 in a country of 60 million people making it one of the worst countries in the world in terms of deaths per million. Campbell always makes these presentations almost devoid of context

  • Steve Williams

    Steve Williams

    3 күн бұрын

    @ChappyDL Therefore the factors are complex and nuanced and cannot be reduced to simplistic comparisons to support one agenda over another ... what is the critical dependent variable or series of variables ? ... and how are they measured and collected .....age appears to be a significant variable .. it certainly is where I live

  • This Peace

    This Peace

    3 күн бұрын

    John mentioned something about genetics playing a role too. Less severe outcomes for the original population of South Africa due to genetics.

  • Michael Jamieson
    Michael Jamieson3 күн бұрын

    Fantastic update aa usual and very touching regarding that child. Thats interesting that you thought you may have had Omicron. My wife and I (vaccinated x 3) had a real stinker of a ‘cold’ some weeks back. We kept on testing negative with our home tests. We had been taking our magnesium and D3 &K2 long before and during so just wondering what symptoms you experienced and for how long?

  • Tom Allen
    Tom Allen4 күн бұрын

    From the final clip, in Australia we have low iodine in soils so from early days we added iodine to salt. Now people are cutting back on salt we have had to regulate the addition of iodised salt in bread.

  • Dede Tudor

    Dede Tudor

    3 күн бұрын

    @Ashley & Paula Willson thank you... Yes you're right. Global Healing Center's is a combination formula. I pray we can have open discussion again someday!

  • Ashley & Paula Willson

    Ashley & Paula Willson

    4 күн бұрын

    Lugols is an amazing product to use. Just research taking iodine though, as you do need to take cofactor supplements with it.

  • Dede Tudor

    Dede Tudor

    4 күн бұрын

    We use Detoxidine. A product from Global Healing Center out of Houston Texas. They're so great we love them.

  • steven cole
    steven cole4 күн бұрын

    Portugal looks to be substantial for deaths . Omicron was expected to be done in January and now we are heading into July . Everyone has been infected and vaccinated and still seeing infection

  • Cyndi Harrington

    Cyndi Harrington

    2 күн бұрын

    @alan4sure oh yes it is I'm alive..It worked I was exposed to it 3 different times

  • alan4sure

    alan4sure

    2 күн бұрын

    @Cyndi Harrington That's hardly a meaningful outcome.

  • VanishingVanillaBeen

    VanishingVanillaBeen

    4 күн бұрын

    ​@Cyndi Harrington I do vitamin C, D3, zinc and quercetin

  • alice keen
    alice keen3 күн бұрын

    I hope Benny sees improvement in his health very soon. Lovely to see all those smiling children, too!

  • FL
    FL4 күн бұрын

    John, Can you clarify the Covid hospitalizations in the US? Are these all cases in hospital due to covid or with covid? Thx

  • Markle Mont

    Markle Mont

    4 күн бұрын

    It depends on where your county is in the detection of cases with each variant. My county was more than 50% hospitalized because of COVID, and less than 50% getting diagnosed at admission. As the case numbers go down, less people are hospitalized for COVID and more people with it.

  • Weatherbyrd
    Weatherbyrd4 күн бұрын

    Dr Campbell has been one of the best source of information to me during the pandemic. I send out his videos to others and encourage them to watch and learn to be wise and informed. Oddly though I receive little if any feedback from anyone on his excellent presentations. There seems that from people I have spoken with and observed an aversion to being informed. Perhaps it's the old ignorance is bliss theme. Some people think of the pandemic as being over. This reasoning allows them to go on with life as they had lived in the past. But I don't think it will ever be quite the same. Thank you, Dr. John Campbell!

  • Katy Novgrod

    Katy Novgrod

    2 күн бұрын

    Well, you can encourage a person to think critically and start evaluating facts, logic, patterns, and all other possibilities in different situations but if those people are innately devoid of intellectual curiosity and completely blinded by hive mind mentality...what can you really do? Propaganda will always control the herd. Individuals have to think for themselves.

  • ms 13

    ms 13

    4 күн бұрын

    So masking,lockdowns,covid passports forever? That's what destroyed world's economy,caused shortages,destroyed tourism and social cohesion. We can't keep doing that. We should learn to live with risks as we have done for thousands of years. Whinning and panicking doesn't help.

  • Freespeech
    Freespeech2 күн бұрын

    Interesting comment on whether you are getting a 4th vaccine. My wife refused a booster, raised eyebrows from friends and family but, like you, saw little reason for it, especially given the vaccine risk.

  • This Person
    This Person4 күн бұрын

    I'd love to see a number adjusted to include those with adverse reactions to the injections. Also, the definition for "fully vaccinated" has continually changed and I'm not comfortable with date cutoff limits stating that it has to be xxx days since the last shot. Frustrating to only be able to get massaged partial data.

  • Angry Ted

    Angry Ted

    3 күн бұрын

    The older vaccines are irrelevant now. Covid is less pathogenic and so unavoidable that we will all keep getting it, with milder and milder symptoms. The vaccines saved lives with the earlier variants, but hopeless after all the mutations and pointless given the declining severity.

  • prndownload

    prndownload

    4 күн бұрын

    @Jae Grant The data shows that in order to have circulating antibodies which will be in numbers significant enough to clump around virus you should top up every 3-4 months. Variants that differ from the one it was designed for are not being neutralised because of changes to the spike protein. The virus is essentially hampered from replicating in significant numbers long enough that your immune system has an opportunity to respond correctly before it in itself is infected. Essentially by slowing the virus down you're increasing the speed of your immune response. A faster immune response is why children do not tend to suffer as badly on average from severe covid.

  • Lisa
    Lisa4 күн бұрын

    Thank you for the regular updates with Wefwafwa. Puts things in perspective and shows the true meaning of humanity. ❤️

  • Andrew Wefwafwa Medical Videos

    Andrew Wefwafwa Medical Videos

    3 күн бұрын

    You are welcome

  • Clyde4

    Clyde4

    4 күн бұрын

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  • New Dawn For All
    New Dawn For All4 күн бұрын

    Hi Dr C. One thing that I have found to be very useful to help infections like this, and rather similae to treatment my systemic iodine is the use of GSE or 'citricidal'. An execellent treatment for all forms of infection when used with an appropriate low sugar, zero dairy diet that is optimized to avoid bacterial growth. Raw garlic too. Not just once or twice, but 3-4 times a day until it gets deep o to the body

  • Tariq Qurashi
    Tariq Qurashi3 күн бұрын

    Great work John! I was wondering why Plaxovid is pretty much off everyone’s radar, given that the vaccines seem to be really not that effective, and cases are rising again?

  • simon suh
    simon suh4 күн бұрын

    Hi doctor Campbell ! Thank you for the information, as always. When you say, “reinfection” do you mean, reinfection from a recovery of every previous variant, including all omicron variants? For example, if someone gets BA4/BA5, are they getting reinfected with BA4,5,1,2,3 etc.?

  • prndownload

    prndownload

    4 күн бұрын

    You are exposed on a regular basis to all variants as they circulate. Majority of infections are asymptomatic or mild so people assume they've not been infected therefore they fail to visualise actual infectiousness. Sometimes those infections are handled by the immune system without producing antibodies. Persistent exposure increases the chances an infection will get the upper hand and require a specific antibody response. Many of those are also considered asymptomatic or mild. Essentially getting a symptomatic infection and getting a positive test only captures a small minority of actual infection.

  • Trudi Lloyd
    Trudi Lloyd4 күн бұрын

    Love the ‘TONE’ of your work DR John Campbell.. amazing work .. you are a blessing

  • Henrique Sarmento
    Henrique Sarmento4 күн бұрын

    Dr Campbell i´ve been following your channell since early 2020 and i enjoy it very much, it's very logical and unbias, your quote "follow the evience whereever it leads" it's almost like Sherlock Holmes speaking. I just can say you're a generous good person and i learned a lot with you sir. Carry on the good work and keep on posting more videos. Thank you very much for your work...

  • Sky

    Sky

    4 күн бұрын

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  • Danny Memmory
    Danny Memmory4 күн бұрын

    You're a nice man with good intentions who is doing a Great service for anyone and everyone in this world 🌎 ❤️ Your information is very helpful in many ways .. I'm learning the right Questions to ask medical Doctors here in Ventura, COMMIEFORNIA USA ✝️ 🇺🇸 🗽⚖️

  • Susan Smith
    Susan Smith4 күн бұрын

    I love your african segments, especially with benny. Everyone is so sweet. I can’t see enough of these wonderful people.

  • Meinertzhagen's Haversack

    Meinertzhagen's Haversack

    4 күн бұрын

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  • Kathy
    Kathy2 күн бұрын

    My whole house has covid for the first time. Symptoms- starts with a sore throat, next aches and headaches and dry mouth. My sister had a cold too but the rest of us didn’t. Day 3 and think I’m improving.

  • Nancy Reyes
    Nancy Reyes4 күн бұрын

    not a lot of covid here in the rural Philippines, but I suspect a lot of mildly sick folks are not bothering to get a test because it's time to plant the rice. Two of our employees kids had sore throat, fever, and cough but negative covid test. To complicate things, it is rainy season so Dengue is starting to infect people. there have been quite a few deaths from heart attacks/strokes etc. probably because they couldn't afford their BP/Diabetes medicines during the shutdown... only one of these deaths tested positive for covid but had no symptoms.

  • Clyde4

    Clyde4

    4 күн бұрын

    Last fight kzread.info/dash/bejne/nXuH0syQotnMcpM.html

  • SNIPER GW76
    SNIPER GW764 күн бұрын

    Portugal, even though it is one of the countries with the highest vaccination rate in the world, had very restrictive measures for a longer period than other coutries. For example, until April 22th it was mandatory to wear a mask indoors. The population was less exposed in other waves (less natural imunity) and, probably, also a weakened immune system in general.

  • UKCEN Admin

    UKCEN Admin

    2 күн бұрын

    @Tomato Lemon All those measures were just meant to flatten the curve while they understood Covid, it was crazy to keep them going so long!

  • NIL

    NIL

    2 күн бұрын

    @Sam PalWell, tbh, I just follow my gut feeling.Served me well in life, sometimes quite contrary to "common sense". Many opinions and statistics all with some kind of agenda it seems. "Never trust a statistic unless you fabricated it yourself".... I am watching a new episode of "Unherd" with an interview with some alternative swedish professor, (about the "swedish covid experiment") where they show a june 2022 stat where Portugal is 15 in the list of European countries death toll, Bulgaria 1, and Sweden, topic of the interview, at nr 20. What are we even talking about??? edit: not saying Dr Campbell is disengenuous, not at all, but neither is Freddy Sayers,of Unherd, whom I followed for a while now, excellent podcasts on current affairs, often with surprising and sometimes disturbing angles. Tnx for the booster tips. Not going that route. I got ill, mildly, I assume the 2 jabs protected me, annd the illness does the rest. Everyone´s got to navigate his/her own way in this one I believe. I respect other routes and hope to be respected.

  • Sam Pal

    Sam Pal

    2 күн бұрын

    @NIL I appreciate you sharing experience! I listen to a few sources like Dr. Poland at Mayo Clinic, Dr Daniel Griffith on twiv, medcram and sometimes osterholm but he is always grim. Anyway, 3 Rd boosters have good data for providing protection with B1 wave. Should be easy to find. 4th shot just seems to have diminishing returns unless vulnerable.

  • Sam Pal

    Sam Pal

    2 күн бұрын

    @Nowon Ami Not so. Maybe with B4 and B5, if more transmissible than other B’s, but for example in Canada, as soon as they got rid of all mask mandates in spring had another wave. Portugal seems to have protected themselves a lot with masks too from Omicron! It’s possible- just a narrative that some put forward without accounting for anything other than transmissibility, which even that is very hard to pin down without a lot of data, from what I’ve learned on twiv and other places.

  • Sam Pal

    Sam Pal

    2 күн бұрын

    @Gazr Gazr n95’s- filter out virus particles

  • stupendoroso
    stupendoroso3 күн бұрын

    Keep up the good work. Had my fourth vaccine, Maderna for the first time, two days ago. Felt really terrible for 24 hours with bad flu like symptoms -aching and tender limbs, unable to eat. Had Covid mid March - nothing by comparison. Shall be following your guidence when the next vaccination is offered because at the moment I have every intention of not taking up the offer if it is Moderna.

  • Amazing Philippines
    Amazing Philippines4 күн бұрын

    Thanks for presenting the data and a good dose of sanity Dr. Campbell.

  • Ketherwhale
    Ketherwhale4 күн бұрын

    I like the way all your viewers are becoming familiar and quite educated by watching your postings. You can tell by some of the comments that they indeed are watching! 👍

  • Summer forever

    Summer forever

    Күн бұрын

    @Daniel Patrick [John 3:16] ALL HE CARES ABOUT MONEY!! ALSO HE COULD WORK FOR THE GOV HE SOLD HIS SOUL TO THE DEVIL!!!

  • Daniel Patrick  [John 3:16]

    Daniel Patrick [John 3:16]

    Күн бұрын

    This guy doesn't have your best interest at heart.

  • Cathy Zimmerman

    Cathy Zimmerman

    2 күн бұрын

    @Jonathan Hart nope

  • Summer forever

    Summer forever

    3 күн бұрын

    The sheep

  • Jonathan Hart

    Jonathan Hart

    3 күн бұрын

    Sheep

  • Citizen G'Kar
    Citizen G'Kar4 күн бұрын

    Dr. J, I would love to see comparative graphs, between Covid & influenza/common cold. Especially, the hospitalisation, & deaths. I would put money they aren't complete.

  • Dede Tudor

    Dede Tudor

    4 күн бұрын

    In fact all of his videos are golden. They've taken down some of his golden posts but you'll see quite a lot there as you look back.

  • Dede Tudor

    Dede Tudor

    4 күн бұрын

    John E Hoover ch has some past videos on that. John Cullen aka Worked at the head of the team at Oracle 30+ years ago and he makes pie charts, combines the Johns Hopkins University school of medicine maps and all the CDC graphs together in a most amazing way. So they've censored him alot. But some past videos on his channel John E Hoover are golden. How is it that we have more dead in certain or most states, than other larger countries? That's one of the questions I ask Washington.

  • m oc
    m oc4 күн бұрын

    He again fails to take into consideration that the condition that the individual must be in, in order to be hospitalized in the US which has for-profit hospitals, may not be as bad as the condition that the person has to be in to get hospitalized in the socialized-medicine system of the UK.

  • Old School
    Old School4 күн бұрын

    I'm in California and what I'm personally seeing is a much higher rate of infections and reinfections amongst the vaccinated vs the unvaccinated when it comes to the omicron strains.

  • Old School

    Old School

    2 күн бұрын

    @Sam Pal yes anecdotal. What I have personally seen and witnessed, although there is more and more very qualified reputable research and peer reviewed literature showing this does seem to be what's happening. We are living during really tough times. I truly hope for the best outcome for everyone.

  • Old School

    Old School

    2 күн бұрын

    @PGH Engineer I'm in full agreement with you. Saddened to hear you are currently battling with it. Positive thoughts and prayers if you believe in them coming your way for a quick uneventful recovery. I've heard temps are running between 103 - 104.5. When I was raising my family a 103 was a huge concern and 104 you were taking them to the hospital. Now it's like, yeah 104 is high but not a big concern😳 Kind of hard to wrap my head around for sure. 🙄

  • PGH Engineer

    PGH Engineer

    2 күн бұрын

    @Old School I think it clearly was a vaccine to the deadlier strains out there and was effective as such. The fact is that with billions of cases worldwide there has been a degree of mutation within a short period of time which has led to new strains sufficiently different from the original strain that they render the vaccine ineffective. That, however, was forced upon the disease by the vaccine, since it can only thrive and spread if it is sufficiently different from Delta and the early variants and in being different in turned out it was also less deadly. Omicron of course happens to have spread like wildfire largely because the fact it is less deadly and post-vaccine complacency allowed it to. But that's OK because it was pretty mild for most people and far less deadly. Unfortunately the new variant of Omicron, whilst it appears to have been less deadly is no respecter of previous immunity and I have it right now and it's not very pleasant - I got the first version back in December and shrugged it off in 3 days, but this one I've had a real high temperature and since it's been pretty hot recently I've been sweating buckets and got really dehydrated. Drinking like a fish today - had a real craving for ice cold chocolate milk. Certainly it's weird how it affects people different ways. I know people who had "COVID parties" to get Omicron spread within a family before a holiday and just couldn't transfer it no matter how much they tried, but my boss had it and it nearly killed him. He looked terrible when I next saw him. I tell you, when you see what it does to someone that gets it bad, it really focuses the mind - no more conspiracy theory stories after that! Yeah, that's just bizarre. I can't say I've heard of any disease that is so variable like that. Perhaps because it is so new?

  • Sam Pal

    Sam Pal

    2 күн бұрын

    Anecdotal! I’m not sure what this does

  • Meg Mathisen
    Meg Mathisen4 күн бұрын

    Sending lil Benny lots of positive healing energy. Hopeful the iodine works. ❤️

  • Andrew Wefwafwa Medical Videos

    Andrew Wefwafwa Medical Videos

    3 күн бұрын

    🙏🙏

  • Meinertzhagen's Haversack

    Meinertzhagen's Haversack

    4 күн бұрын

    Last fight kzread.info/dash/bejne/nXuH0syQotnMcpM.html

  • KA Fleury
    KA Fleury4 күн бұрын

    Wefafa is inspiring! I hope the treatment works for Benny, poor dear.

  • jp
    jp3 күн бұрын

    Fot 2 YEARS my wife and I have been very careful and followed all the rules. I had to go to my local hospital re cateracts. So - 2 YEARS of being careful went straight out the window visiting what has been reported as being the third worst hospital in the UK for giving patienets covid. Just 2 HOURS. That was 30th May, I'm not recovered but my wife is now fine. Today there was a 2 hour wait standing OUTSIDE the eye center, I'm stuffed after 10 minutes. I'm getting a bank loan and going private. The first time in 76 years I need help and the NHS has let me down.

  • Touriel

    Touriel

    2 күн бұрын

    Bless your heart. I was booked for 2 minor procedures, same hospital, different departments. One told me to attend a PCR test in 7 weeks time, as though I was a negative LFT, my son had had Cov some weeks before. The other didnt even require a current LTF. If there's ever a queue, demand a wheel chair to sit in. I was actually left sitting in my own wheel chair 4 hrs before I demanded to stretch out (multiple osteo/RA/stomach disorders). There was no bed, so I spent another 3 hrs on a broken trolley - last Op of the day. All the best with your new lenses!

  • SternaMC919 Sterna
    SternaMC919 Sterna4 күн бұрын

    In Portugal, there were the large gatherings of people in popular celebrations, 25th April, 1st May, 10th June, 13th June. Hot weather also led to people going out to AC environments in shopping areas, pastelarias, cafés,... and the collapse of SNS meant no medical help for many older people. Many who cannot afford private health service refuse to go to the public hospital. The enforced use of masks in public places was also lifted in April and that may explain the sudden higher numbers.

  • saraht 0000
    saraht 00004 күн бұрын

    I tested negative finally yesterday after eleven days. I have been out on predscilone steroids. Plus blue inhaler. It's been the hardest 11 days of my life.

  • Regina Ford

    Regina Ford

    4 күн бұрын

    Get better soon

  • Tara King

    Tara King

    4 күн бұрын

    Hope you look up from here on out! God bless you and take good care! It will get better soon!

  • Theonlyoneleft1000
    Theonlyoneleft10002 күн бұрын

    I just recently caught COVID and I've noticed something Back in 2018 I got really sick with "the flu" but when tested I came back negative for influenza. Urgent care basically said "we don't know here are antibiotics" It started with a cough and fever, somewhat went away after a day and migrated to sinuses then back of my throat and bronchitis with no sense of smell and taste Last week I've gotten omnicron and it's literally the same disease progression, I got a fever for a day or 2, slight cough and the symptoms started to fade. Then they moved to my nose and lungs and now I'm coughing. Although this time it's a LOT less potent. Anyone else catch something similar in winter/spring 2017/2018 in California?

  • James van de Vyver
    James van de Vyver2 күн бұрын

    I've recently had Omicron. I have had the same 3 jabs as Dr John Campbell. My symptoms were mild, though I still have virtually no sense of smell after 2 weeks testing negative. I've had worse colds, to be honest. I probably wont need a 4th jab until after Christmas.

  • Roberta Morrison
    Roberta Morrison4 күн бұрын

    Very good report. I probably shouldn't comment on you and Wefwefwa's iodine treatment, but the logic seems sound and it would be fantastic if it does work. I am looking forward to the results.

  • Andrew Wefwafwa Medical Videos

    Andrew Wefwafwa Medical Videos

    3 күн бұрын

    You are welcome

  • Richard Vogel
    Richard Vogel4 күн бұрын

    I'm in ohio and just getting over covid. I have been sicker but it has some very strange symptoms. I've taken vitamins along with relatively high amounts of d3 for years. I'm not sure if that is what made covid easier than it could have been or not

  • CNY Photo Video
    CNY Photo Video4 күн бұрын

    Thank you again Dr. Campbell. This was a particularly interesting video. I’m just a typical person and not a physician but thankfully I do have the ability to think logically. Thanks to people like you…(plus others)…and of course my own personal physician I feel that I get balanced information on which to make personal decisions.

  • SunflowerRose M.
    SunflowerRose M.4 күн бұрын

    Tested positive for the first time last night. Hubby tested positive two days earlier. We had the first two vaccines in 2021, nothing since. I’ve had a fever for four days, terribly sore throat,now a cough, lots of mucus, extreme fatigue, no appetite. I’ve recently been around others that tested positive, but never got sick until now. Hoping this is the one and only time! So many people are getting it 2-3 times, both vaxxed and unvaxxed.

  • J. Lang
    J. Lang4 күн бұрын

    I had a light case of COVID in January. Down about 3 days. I tested positive two weeks ago and this has kicked my ass. Still sick and tired two weeks in. Aches and pains have subsided some what. Not sure if I have BA 4, 5 or 6, but this round is not fun. I hope like hell we get this figured out soon. I’m 68 and another round like this won’t be good.

  • J. Lang

    J. Lang

    3 күн бұрын

    @Lisa Shaver yep, but we should be protected from the round we had in January as well. This new stuff is breaking through everything.

  • Carrie Lawooto

    Carrie Lawooto

    4 күн бұрын

    I have been surprised how bad this version of Omicron is! I've learned about 3 people who had it, and it was bad! 1 person said their 5 month old baby got really sick.. Scares me and makes me want to take better care of myself. I haven't gotten Omicron yet. I don't want long covid, so I'm going to have to come up with some type of plan.

  • Lisa Shaver

    Lisa Shaver

    4 күн бұрын

    Vaxed?

  • Charliesauntie
    Charliesauntie4 күн бұрын

    Had my first Covid positive week John, feels such a long time ago since I was listening to you every night with worry until you put our minds at rest, at the beginning, it's been ok but I feel like iv had a poison not a virus. Smell taste gone is awful and bizarre for a virus,

  • wimblewomble21

    wimblewomble21

    2 күн бұрын

    Your Smell and taste will come back slowly but gradually. I caught it at Christmas and my smell and taste didn't come back fully until maybe early to mid February. It literally returns back like a light switch all of a sudden. You'll get a faint smell of something like laundry detergent and then it will get better by 5% every week

  • mitch hills

    mitch hills

    3 күн бұрын

    @Gary FrancisGeez, what is your problem?

  • richard Heckley

    richard Heckley

    3 күн бұрын

    @janmarsh guessing lots flys right over that beautiful mind of yours. 🤣

  • janmarsh

    janmarsh

    3 күн бұрын

    @richard Heckley Clearly.

  • Geo
    Geo4 күн бұрын

    Yes, the US resident in chief is correct when he says "he has some peace of mind." But as he so frequently does he misspoke. What he meant to say was "he has some piece of a mind left." The CDC data shows people 19 years old and under have virtually 0 chance of succumbing to CV. Now they want to push this on 5 year olds? You can't have it both ways...which is it? SMH!

  • JayJay ChaDoy
    JayJay ChaDoy4 күн бұрын

    I was visiting my friend in senior residence with test every 3 days. I had a sinus reaction to the preservatives, I guess, in the packages of sticks shoved up my nose. Has taken weeks to get rid of. Up till then I visited for a year and no positive tests. Whatever was handed to me to test had something on the stick, as well as the cotton end. My friend got his fourth booster about a month ago and immediately got Covid, never had it before. I feel for the seniors because they have no defense, we are it.

  • kenji

    kenji

    2 күн бұрын

    I immediately felt a burn in both nostrils upon being swabbed. Whatever was on those swabs worked it’s way into my tear ducts. My eyes burned for approximately 8 hours.

  • silent1967

    silent1967

    4 күн бұрын

    @Destiny Glenn BS

  • Carmen M

    Carmen M

    4 күн бұрын

    I’ve been dealing with a sinus infection off and since beg of Feb after a swab. I remembered thinking that it felt different that time…burned for about 20 mins, which was different than any other time. Going to an ENT soon to see if I can get it figured out.

  • Janet Ed

    Janet Ed

    4 күн бұрын

    The Kits. and swabs are made in china... js

  • Old School

    Old School

    4 күн бұрын

    My nose burned for days after doing a rapid test. I'm in the US.

  • PL8spinner
    PL8spinner4 күн бұрын

    Dr John Campbell. My mother always had a little bottle of iodine handy for cuts and scraps when I was a kid so I hope this really improves Ben's health. Yesterday there were news reports of polio being discovered in the UK. Could you have a brief word on the basic facts of this disease. Thank you for the balanced information you supply on this channel.

  • claudia Thorgood

    claudia Thorgood

    4 күн бұрын

    I have accessed some research which compares the timing between the incidence of polio and the use of the neurotoxin DTT in crops. And a drop in incidence caused first by the ban of its use I believe a couple of years before the vaccine. At the same time as the vaccine was introduced a new criteria for diagnosis was introduced, which in due course showed a decrease in incidence. So looking into this with utmost scrutiny is a must.

  • Dr Pamela Mozingo

    Dr Pamela Mozingo

    4 күн бұрын

    I just heard this, it’s polio of vaccine origin? Detected in environment?

  • WorldsFunniestBeagle
    WorldsFunniestBeagle3 күн бұрын

    I'm concerned about daily death numbers being reported, it seems that before February when new rule took effect that states were no longer required to report daily deaths to DHHS the daily deaths were in the 2k-3k range, then in the next few months the deaths dropped to below 1k and now even below 100 on some days.

  • kilroy987
    kilroy9874 күн бұрын

    The polio cases in Britain are concerning me. If they reach the US, I assume people will be lining up for that vaccine.

  • Katharina

    Katharina

    4 күн бұрын

    There are no polio cases in the UK. They just discovered some vaccine derived viral particles in the sewage system, which is not a rare thing - it's something that happens about 3 times a year, every year in the UK. Also, polio only very rarely becomes serious enough to cause neurological damage, and it's even more rare for it to cause death. The vast majority of people who contract polio have flu like symptoms or are asymptomatic. There's no need to panic about polio, at least not until there actually something to worry about.

  • CrazyRatLady

    CrazyRatLady

    4 күн бұрын

    Geez..it's never ending. I'm afraid to ask what next.

  • raff23able

    raff23able

    4 күн бұрын

    The vast vast majority in the UK and USA are already vaccinated against polio.

  • Nicole Burns
    Nicole Burns2 күн бұрын

    I dont know what variant I had but hit a break wall on a Monday evening and just felt tired and had chills but temp never even hit 101. Crazy body aches that night that kept me up. Tuesday I felt tired and sore. Wednesday I had weird clamminess and cold sweats that would hit randomly and had a low back ache. Thursday took a test and it was positive and then I stayed positive for 2 weeks but after Wednesday I had no symptoms. very strange indeed.

  • Ha Ha Ha
    Ha Ha HaКүн бұрын

    Dr Campbell, how do you think the countries with naturally immuned for Covid population will withstand a more lethal and more transmittable mutation vs countries with vac-ed population?

  • Thomas Hall
    Thomas Hall4 күн бұрын

    Dear Dr. Campbell, Let me start by saying thank you so much for the endless hours you put into trying to help and inform us ordinary citizens of this very fractured world. I have seen the majority of your videos and lately I'm glad to see that questions are starting to arise in your own mind, some unanswered questions at times I'm sure beggars belief. One I'm sure is the total heel dragging from the very top doctors/scientists that seem to spend more time on TV than doing real studies on the likes of the elephant in the room drug Iver##### . I begged my doctor back in July 2021 for Iver###### as I knew that Delta was about to strike myself and my gf. When lockdowns relaxed we went to visit my gfs brother and his family in a caravan they had rented. We stayed only 15mins, we kept our distance as best you can in a caravan. The following day my gfs mum rang to say be aware as the whole family we visited had all tested + for covid 19. I myself take Biologics for RA and have a few other ailments. My doctor already had informed me previously that catching cov would most likely kill me. I had seen doctors for a long time in front of congress asking/BEGGING at times for permission to use off label drugs to help cure their dying patients. This was constantly denied. Why? When I asked my own doctor for Iver I was denied, even after explaining I would sign anything to absolve them from any blame, the answer was no, we're not allowed to prescribe it as it wasn't made for covi 19, Well I asked, what drugs have been made for it, ( knowing full well they had nothing to combat it), or can you give me information that could poss save myself and my gf. Stay home and avoid contact for 10 days. This is wrong on so many levels and when the Information finally gets released on the efficacy of Iver###### It will leave most of the sane thinkers left in this world as to why they kept it secret for so long. Maybe Dr Campbell if you get a spare minute you could look at the heel dragging from our very own Oxford Uni study? They've been doing Iver###### trials from 2020 and up to now have a whopping 10,000 people taking part in their trials. Started trials in 2020 how can there be no data worth releasing either way on the efficacy of iver? Or save yourself the time and just check "who" supply major funding to our Oxford Uni and the heel dragging will become apparent. I visited their site and their major fund donators. Wow, the USA have fingers in every pie. These questions will most likely just add to your ever growing questions that nobody really wants to answer on and tbh not many will really be able to accept the answer when they find it. Scary times Sir Dr John Campbell. Best of luck to you and please keep on digging Sir.

  • Clyde

    Clyde

    4 күн бұрын

    Last fight kzread.info/dash/bejne/nXuH0syQotnMcpM.html

  • Cheryl Ostrow
    Cheryl Ostrow4 күн бұрын

    My apt bldg in NYC tested everyone yesterday using the fast tests. Out of about 70 tested 25 were positive. This is a nice building - no sharing bathrooms other than our lobby and public areas, media/movie room, mail room... Several people had gone to the hospital. My building had Pfizer jabs and most have had a booster. One of my best friends in the bldg had 2 boosters so 4 Pfizer jabs and tested positive. I had Covid two times 2020 and about 2 mos ago when I had fairly bad flulike symptoms. With so many positive here I assume I may get it a third time. If the virus continues at this rate I fear what it means for those with other issues or even relatively healthy people. I can’t remember any virus sweeping over and over several times a year. We so need answers so we can plan for our future.

  • Sam Pal

    Sam Pal

    2 күн бұрын

    @Mamanda Panda ugh

  • Sinrev

    Sinrev

    3 күн бұрын

    That's pretty disturbing that everyone in your building consented to that. If anyone knocked on my door asking me to "test myself" they would promptly get a door slammed in their face.

  • MrAlvinDude

    MrAlvinDude

    4 күн бұрын

    @Caroline Jackson Each type of illness/virus is different. So only the types that cause massive pressure on hospitals, or will leave some workplaces empty (or unable to function) for weeks, will get similar wide spread testing. The covid virus, has had its own level of impact. And thus it will also get its own level of attention. People who get sick, and need medical attention have always been tested for likely infections. Including flue and influenzas, because people Might die from either of these illnesses. Flue or influenza does however not spread as fast as some other viruses or illnesses, so they will typically not overwhelm hospitals, nor will they leave workplaces unable to perform the task of an entire office - and thus there have so far not been a need for widespread testing. Like one of my daughters. She was tested for 4 types of known infections, that would potentially be serious, if she got worse - so the right and best kind of treatment could be started as early as possible. The covid virus, has however had its own level of impact. And thus it will also get its own level of attention. --- If Measeles or Small Pox would suddenly catch an entire neighborhood , then we would also see general and widespread testing be used as a tool to act preventively, and act as soon as possible. So, each type of illness/virus is different. And will need its own level of preventive attention.

  • Caroline Jackson

    Caroline Jackson

    4 күн бұрын

    Can't remember ever testing for common cold or flu. Other respiratory viruses may well have swept through multiple times, we just didn't bother about them.

  • Sjef Pesos

    Sjef Pesos

    4 күн бұрын

    @Mamanda Panda If i read your sarcasm correctly: praise! And i mean it. Why are people still taking the BS seriously? Is it mass formation? How can one talk about this absent threat like it's a f*-in' football match, while their liberties are being taken away?

  • Dave Jones
    Dave Jones3 күн бұрын

    My two sons both caught Omicron about 4 weeks ago, both were fine thank goodness mild symptoms didn't last long. I myself was in contact with them both, I had a bit of a gruff throat but thought it was through shouting at the football at the time. After my sons tested positive I tested myself. On three consecutive occasions after a hour my tests produced a faint line. After four tests there was no line. Did I have Covid? I had a antibody test two weeks later and the results said I had not had Covid but had a strong antibody response due to vaccination.

  • mad planet
    mad planet4 күн бұрын

    We're unvacinated and since contracting Delta around July 2021 we haven't even had a runny nose whereas many of our fully vaccinated friends have been ill twice with covid this year alone!

  • Sam Pal

    Sam Pal

    2 күн бұрын

    I could give a bunch of opposite anecdotes, including my own. None of this takes behaviour or where you live etc etc into account. Apparently that matters quite a bit

  • Yana Michaelides

    Yana Michaelides

    4 күн бұрын

    @anna rice keep it pure blooded.

  • IAMSEYMOUR!

    IAMSEYMOUR!

    4 күн бұрын

    @WHATEVER GOES FOR ME yeah i agree

  • mad planet

    mad planet

    4 күн бұрын

    @WHATEVER GOES FOR ME exactly. This is some little seafarers story but simply observed facts.

  • mad planet

    mad planet

    4 күн бұрын

    @IAMSEYMOUR! keep following the 🐑🐑🐑 then.

  • primaballerina84
    primaballerina84Күн бұрын

    Well, I have tested myself a few times through lab and they were Never able to tell me what variant I got. Anyone ever considered that they are tuning their testing routine whenever it's beneficial to the pharmaceutical industry?

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