Category Archives: Coronavirus

I feel I have a moral obligation regarding Covid-19

Update: Using the data from the first 10 days of August, I’m predicting 1,759,899 cases and 30,798 deaths in the U.S. in the whole of August. Method: totals from first 10 days times 3.2258 equals the case and death totals. … Continue reading

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Long Haulers: when COVID-19 is a chronic illness

I’ve added a new page at for information on Covid-19 “Long Haulers”. These are persons who become sick with Covid, and they remain sick for many weeks. Some are still sick with no end in sight. What causes this … Continue reading


Covid-19 new cases are way Up, but the death rate is way Down

Here’s the explanation at The Covid-19 Death Rate Has Dropped by 2/3rds. The comparison is weekly total of new cases to weekly total of new deaths. The new deaths is from a week 14 days later than the new … Continue reading

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Interesting Coincidence in Book of Revelation

[Revelation] {6:2} Et vidi: et ecce equus albus, et qui sedebat super illum habebat arcum, et data est ei corona, et exivit vincens ut vinceret. {6:2} And I saw, and behold, a white horse. And he who was sitting upon … Continue reading


Covid-19 Vaccine Testing: Is a Challenge Trial Ethical?

Multiple Covid-19 vaccine candidates are now in Phase I or Phase II human trials. Soon a decision will have to be made as to what type of testing to perform next. Two significant ethical questions must be answered before the … Continue reading


Q and A on Covid-19

I often do a “Q and A” on theology. I’ve decided to try a question and answer post on COVID-19. Please keep in mind that I am not a physician, and will not be giving any medical advice. The types … Continue reading

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Covid-19 is the 7th Leading Cause of Death for 2020

Updated May 13th 2017 Yearly Stats (CDC Fast Stats) Number of deaths: 2,813,503 #1 Heart disease: 647,457 #2 Cancer: 599,108 #3 Accidents (unintentional injuries): 169,936 #4 Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 160,201 #5 Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 146,383 #6 Alzheimer’s disease: 121,404 … Continue reading

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Will Cancer Deaths Rise or Fall in 2020?

Persons who are currently living with a diagnosis of cancer have an increased risk of death, if they contract COVID-19. This suggests that some persons who would have died of cancer later this year, instead may die from Covid, reducing … Continue reading


Antibodies do NOT necessarily indicate you’ve had Covid-19

Someone has Covid-19. You are exposed to the virus through them. You might catch the disease, develop symptoms, and eventually your immune system produces antibodies and you become well. But a second scenario is also common. You are exposed to … Continue reading

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Holy Thorn Relic changes color this Holy Week

In the Cathedral of Andria, Italy, the Relic of the Holy Thorn from Jesus’ Crown of Thorns has changed color, according to the Bishop: Here’s the story with photos from this year, 2020. In the past, the Thorn has also … Continue reading


COVID-19 has NOW killed more persons in the U.S. than the Flu does in a year

On Monday, April 27th, Covid-19 became the 8th leading cause of death for the year 2020, finally surpassing the Flu. Tallies: Week Ending April 11th: 12,136 new deaths, and 221,522 new cases Week Ending April 18th: 18,288 new deaths, and … Continue reading

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What if a Covid-19 Vaccine was made using unethical cell lines from abortion?

First, read this explanation from the National Catholic Bioethics Center. A human cell line begins with tissue from a human person. The cells are grown in a container so that they replicate; they produce more cells of the same type. … Continue reading

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Is Covid-19 related to the Warning of Garabandal or the End Times?

The following is my opinion, as a Roman Catholic author of several books on the End Times, including a book specifically on Garabandal and Medjugorje. Is Covid-19 related to the Warning of Garabandal? Covid-19 is the official name of the … Continue reading

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The Sad Reality of Surviving COVID-19 that No One is talking about

I was reading the latest research studies on COVID-19 when I happened across a study suggesting a hypothesis, that melatonin might help avoid lung fibrosis in survivors of severe cases of COVID-19 [1]. This led me to read an article … Continue reading

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There is enough evidence: Vitamin D versus Covid-19

There is sufficient evidence from studies to recommend that every adult take 10,000 IU of vitamin D as a supplement, to strengthen the immune system and possibly to reduce risk of a severe case of Covid-19. The evidence is not … Continue reading

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New French Study on Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin: What It Tells Us

The Abstract and brief summary of a New French Study on Hydroxychloroquine and Azithromycin has been published. It has been discussed on YouTube at CardioGauge and Dr. Oz. The study was large enough for statistically significant results. Here are the … Continue reading

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How Many Persons Die Per Day In the U.S.? COVID-19 and Other Causes

More persons are now dying per day from COVID-19 than the number who died, on average per day (2017 data), from Accidents, Chronic lung disease, Stroke, Alzheimer’s, Diabetes, Flu and Pneumonia, Kidney Disease, and Intentional self-harm put together: 2535 versus … Continue reading

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Five Possible Outcomes of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Outcome One If researchers find an effective treatment, which also works to greatly reduce risk of infection. The number and percent of cases which are severe falls, and the death rate decreases sharply. People are no longer afraid. Society returns … Continue reading

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COVID-19: actual cases vs. reported cases

Study Abstract: “The new corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-2019) is rapidly spreading through the world. With insufficient testing, available case data may underestimate the total number of infections. We statistically estimated the cumulative number of cases with confidence intervals from … Continue reading


The Handbook of COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment

The Handbook of COVID-19 Prevention and Treatment is available here: It is available in 17 different language now, including English, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, French, Spanish, German, Bahasa Indonesia, Portuguese, Persian, Arabic, and other languages as well. The Handbook was … Continue reading

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