Covid-19: July Update — Swiss Policy Research

“23. Several medical experts described express coronavirus vaccines as unnecessary or even dangerous. Indeed, the vaccine against the so-called swine flu of 2009, for example, led to sometimes severe neurological damage and lawsuits in the millions. In the testing of new coronavirus vaccines, too, serious complications and failures have already occurred.”

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SPR has published its Covid-19 July update covering the development of the pandemic, the latest immunological studies, progress in early treatment options, the mask debate, “contact tracing”, and the virus origin question. An updated summary is available in English, German, Dutch, Turkish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, and Esperanto. If someone can provide a much requested Chinese […]

Fully referenced facts about Covid-19, provided by experts in the field, to help our readers make a realistic risk assessment. (Regular updates below)

“The only means to fight the plague is honesty.” (Albert Camus, 1947)


  1. According to the latest immunological and serological studies, the overall lethality of Covid-19 (IFR) is about 0.1% and thus in the range of a strong seasonal influenza (flu).
  2. In countries like the US, the UK, and also Sweden (without a lockdown), overall mortality since the beginning of the year is in the range of a strong influenza season…

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5 thoughts on “Covid-19: July Update — Swiss Policy Research

  1. and yet our health overlords -gates, birx, fauci, et al- insist on forcing untested poison upon the world. gonna make it mandatory. for ‘a common-cold virus that results in few if any symptoms upon infection and only kills a very few.’
    this is utter madness. forced. coerced. i was ‘forced’/coerced to have a covid test yesterday. in order to continue my scheduled medical treatments. and of course i have to wear a mask in the medical building and every where i go in public. thats a recent city mandate. creeping totalitarianism. who’d a thunk this, a fake health crisis, would be the means of its implementation?.

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  2. Hi Stuart,

    This is a little bit from the inside and not for outside publication though you can use the general ideas and concepts without referencing me or my family.

    Thanks for sending me these “Swiss” reports.

    Thing is that playing the numbers game is dangerous at the best of times.

    I’m not aware of any asymptomatic Covid cases in NZ. If there were some, we wouldn’t have been able to eliminate symptomatic cases would we (unless asymptomatic cases reproduce asymptomatic cases only)?

    Chris Smith on RNZ this morning with Kim Hill addressed this stuff in part: namely that the “science” (my son who is a senior ID specialist in WA calls it non-science because it identifies and measures bugs but does not disclose cause and effect that is not based on a scientific hypothesis). CS referred to Western Australia having the world’s leading technology for identifying and measuring untold numbers of bugs in our bodies and finding “patterns” linking them. It’s true. At a cost of A$32 million the hospital where he works has the world’s top medical spectrometer capacity. So far, as I understand it, it has led to zero diagnostic insights. That doesn’t mean the research is useless, but simply that identifying and measuring bugs is not necessarily helpful in assisting decision making relating to Covid 19 which is what CS and KH were discussing, or any other illness.

    My point is, Stuart, that nobody is absolutely right or wrong in this. You can blame WHO (whose definition of a pandemic might in the end prove to be wanting as it could, in the future, be reflected in worldwide outcomes) . And, given current studies on the durability of vaccines for many illnesses, it appears that much longer time frames are needed for populations to develop acquired immunity: classic case is sycle cell anaemia (genomic) in Africans that provides Malaria resistance at substantial cost to other aspects of their lives.

    I’ll leave it there in the meantime, but suggest that the Swiss source is only one of many it would be wise to post to get a balanced view of what is really going on.




  3. i said utter madness. probably the same as unalloyed madness. in any case, its madness. mad mad mad!
    ‘How can any rational person shut down a $21 trillion economy and order 340 million people into quarantine, based on the fact that 1 in every thousand people (mostly old and infirm) might die from an infection?? That was a act of pure, unalloyed Madness for which the American people will pay dearly for years to come.’

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    • Some of the events happening now are even more troubling, nomad, such as the Republican scheme (mentioned in the interview above) to bankrupt the states, forcing them them to strip their pension funds and sell off their public assets,

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