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64% of consumers have made a purchase decision based on social content.
.@ABCNews, which foreign power helped fuel the anti-lockdown protests in Australia? No Russian or China flags there, but one or two other countries Australia calls allies had plenty of local, dual citizenship representatives organising, promoting and leading the protests.
@MSMWatchdog2013 The group he attacks as “activists” are a bunch of diverse clinicians with no conflict of interest or political agenda. We have been proven correct on airborne transmission, early lockdowns, childhood immunisation, appropriate PPE for HCW and masks in community.
@nlolhere @dfarella @defjam @AppleMusic Doubt it. Seems like a scam to get music streamers to do Kanye Day, mega-boosting his streaming revenue which happened, without releasing anything new. The arena listening party launched his new shoes and jackets, not an album. https://t.co/XNmettemUg
Studies have shown that wildfire pollution—like the type that impacted NYC earlier this week—is more hazardous than car pollution, and when wildfire smog travels long distances the chemical makeup changes in a way that exacerbates the harm to humans. https://t.co/jtNUyIAsbd
The U.S. is facing "the pandemic of the unvaccinated" amid a national surge of new #COVID19 infections and at least 99 pct of those in the U.S. who died of COVID-19 in last 6 months had not been vaccinated, according to a report published in The Guardian https://t.co/eQllgiGIEl https://t.co/aVktCaR5rv
8. The authors conclude that their data support other studies showing cognitive problems after covid. Evidence for long term neurological and other impacts of covid is growing. But govt position seems to be that infections don't matter as long as NHS not overwhelmed. https://t.co/GzcTIS9zHw
3. What they found was significant cognitive deficit for people who'd had covid compared to people that hadn't, after controlling for things like age, education, sex, first language etc. The degree of deficit was worse the more severe the initial covid infection had been. https://t.co/0KxsWTOFv9
Stephen Harmon, a 34-year-old congregant of Hillsong Church and graduate of Hillsong College, who tweeted, "I got 99 problems but a vax ain't one,” died Wednesday after a month-long bout with the coronavirus https://t.co/XXUFJSVFFy