“The return of the flu” – “The flu has returned to some countries with high rates of natural immunity against Covid. In contrast, countries with high vaccination rates are seeing record new Covid waves,” reports Swiss Policy Research.
“Portugal reimposes Covid restrictions as cases rise” – Portugal, one of the world’s most vaccinated nations, has reimposed some restrictions to stop a surge in Covid cases, ordering all passengers flying into the country, even those fully inoculated, to show a negative test on arrival, reports Reuters.
“Paedophilia is not progressive” – “Now that safe spaces and universal acceptance have become the norm, it is fashionable to tolerate all kinds of proclivities and inclinations in the name of diversity,” writes Ayaan Hirsi Ali in UnHerd.
“The decline of the humble Christmas card” – “In a world striving for equality, it is far easier to bring us all down to the lowest level than to raise us higher,” says Frederick Edwards, who comments on a new generation of ‘woke’ Christmas cards loaded with foul language in Bournbrook Magazine.
“Can the polls be trusted?” – Dr. Renee Hoenderkamp speaks to talkRadio about the legitimacy (or lack thereof) of surveys probing public support for mandatory vaccination: “The poll split people out depending on how they answered the first question. I’m very worried.”