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Fact check: Donald Trump never said the coronavirus vaccine was ready to use

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At a time when new cases of coronavirus are increasing worldwide and the world is desperately seeking a vaccine, an article with a video of Donald Trump claiming that the President of the United States has announced that the Covid-19 vaccine is ready and will be launched by Next Sunday, the pharmaceutical giant Roche has gone viral.

Facebook messages from users such as "Soumya G. G" and "Zafar Ali Mahar"shows a video clip from the NBC news channel.

At the very beginning of the 37-second clip, Trump invites Matt Sause, president and CEO of Roche Diagnostics, North America, to the podium. Sause expresses gratitude to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for "rapid approval" of coronavirus tests.

The caption for Facebook posts said, "Trump has announced that Roche Medical Company will launch the vaccine next Sunday, and millions of doses are ready !!! The end of the coin!"

The archived version of the article can be viewed here.

India Today Anti Fake News War Room (AFWA) found the statement and video to be misleading.

Trump never said that the coronavirus vaccine would be launched by Roche next Sunday. Sause had just thanked the FDA for approving the coronavirus tests. The company has received emergency approval for coronavirus testing and not for the vaccine.

The post is viral on Twitter and Facebook.

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We found media reports of March 13, 2020, regarding the obtaining of the emergency approval of Roche by the FDA for the tests of coronavirus

On the same day, Roche in a Press release announced that the FDA has issued an Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) for the cobas SARS-CoV-2 test. It is the "first commercial test for SARS-CoV-2 that will allow accelerated testing of coronavirus to meet urgent medical needs".

We found a longer version of the viral video on YouTube. On March 13, 2020, the official White House YouTube channel posted this video with the caption "President Trump holds a press conference". In the entire press conference, Trump never announced that the coronavirus vaccine would be ready on Sunday.

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According to "The Guardian", about 35 companies and institutions are competing to create a coronavirus vaccine. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the first coronavirus vaccine could be ready in 18 months. The managing director WHO tweeted it on February 12, 2020.

Therefore, it is clear that the viral message that US President Donald Trump announced a coronavirus vaccine next Sunday is misleading.

Fact check: Donald Trump never said the coronavirus vaccine was ready to use

ClaimDonald Trump has announced that Roche will launch a coronavirus vaccine next Sunday.ConclusionTrump never said that. Roche has only obtained FDA emergency approval for coronavirus testing.

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The pandemic of China’s virus has revealed that the leadership of the World Health Organization (WHO) has become much more concerned with appeasing tyrants than advancing health care. Organized in 1948 within the framework of the then recently constituted United Nations, the objective of WHO was to achieve the highest possible level of health for all. From the start, WHO focused mainly on epidemiology, tackling the infectious diseases that plague the world. If only he had stayed true to his mission.

Just as the UN moved away from the American and European values ​​on which it was founded, the WHO gradually moved away from its original founding values ​​and was caught transporting water for diets. dictatorials such as Beijing. but how did it happen? How did WHO become so indebted to ChiComs?

Washington examiners Tiana Lowe answers this question: the WHO dictatorial sycophany predates the coronavirus. Beijing’s strangulation over the organization really began in 2006, when its hand-picked candidate won the election to become WHO director-general. When Margaret Chan, herself a Chinese national, took over the organization, so did the interests of the Communist Party.

And the response to this current pandemic only shows how much WHO is indebted to Beijing. As Mark Alexander pointed out, It is now believed that the Director General of the World Health Organization, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, who was elected to his post with the support of China, is currently interfering in the campaign for propaganda from the Communist government of Xi Jinpings to deny all responsibility for the epidemic. Analysts say Dr. Bradley Thayer and Lianchao Han, Tedros apparently turned a blind eye to what happened in Wuhan and the rest of China and, after meeting Xi in January, helped China minimize the severity, prevalence and the scope of the COVID-19 epidemic.

Meanwhile, it will be up to responsible nations like the United States to clean up the mess of China, a mess that could have been avoided if WHO had followed its founding principles and properly alerted the world rather than worrying about to calm the geopolitical concerns of the Chinese Communists.

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Here are three of the worst Chinese pro-communist tropes

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It makes me think that so many Western thinkers are so willing to give Beijing as much deference. After all, the Xi Jinping regime is lying, stealing and undermining everything that is dear to us and to many Chinese people in this vast nation.

Fortunately, a recent university in Oxford debate sums up the Chinese pro-communist tropes that Western sympathizers in Beijing often adopt to defend our easier position against the regime. Here are the three most important tropes that have marked me.

1) The West must be nice to Communist China because China was humiliated in the period 1839-1945

The 19th century period of these 100 years or so witnessed the Opium War and the submission of China to British imperial rule. In the 20th century, under great suffering, China was once again subject to imperial Japan.

During the debate on the Oxford Union, this argument of humiliation-today was proposed by Anna Wan, the eloquent daughter of Chinese immigrants who became American citizens. Wan suggests that we should always be warned that “China has a painful and enduring memory of its century of humiliation.” This means that we have to be careful not to offend Beijing by being seen as being overly demanding.

The problem here is that Communist China uses grievances from the past only to try to explain its unacceptable behavior in the present. And the great irony here is that China is reproducing policies similar to those that have hurt it so much in its past. Beijing’s effort to manipulate international trade regimes is quite similar to the theft of Chinese resources by Japan in the 1930s and 1940s. Then there is the seizure by China of international fishery and energy resources belonging to other nations. It is very similar to the British domination of Chinese markets in the 19th century.

In short, China’s apologies for humiliation do not add up. We can respect the unjust suffering suffered by China in the past without turning a blind eye to China’s unjust actions in the present. Indeed, we must do it.

2) Communist China can be positively influenced by American values

Former British diplomat Kerry Brown and former Obama administration official Michael Fuchs were the perpetrators.

The “Chinese value system is more hybrid” than being just authoritarian, Brown said. Fuchs added that accepting a cold war mentality against China would risk risking the precious influence that America can have on Chinese scientists and students who may no longer be able to visit our shores.

I take these two points seriously. Yes, of course, certain Chinese values ​​do not exist in the microcosm of the Communist Party. And yes, there is a societal exchange value to make Chinese visitors discover the advantages of living in a free society. But the central problem here is that the Communist Party, which governs China and Chinese society, dominates these ideas to the point of rendering them irrelevant, at least as they are applied to our national policy.

In the current state of challenge presented by China, we must assess our policies in terms of what the Communist Party is doing, rather than in terms of our best aspirations for new engagement with Chinese civilians.

Beijing does not see its scientific and student visitors to America as a mutually beneficial means of cultural exchange, but as a means to an end that often benefits the party in spying on American interests. And this relates to a broader point: just as the Hong Kong people know that the party despises their individual rights, the Uighurs are also well aware that Beijing is seeking to destroy their most sacred cultural and religious values. These peoples deeply hold their Chinese values, but the regime suppresses them so that they cannot live according to them.

By ignoring this truth, we risk leaving space for the regime to use our openness against us. The best alternative is to promote Chinese citizens’ free access to information and to the provision of asylum and support to people facing political repression.

3) Communist China is not a new Soviet Union

“China is not the Soviet Union,” said Wan. “The West must question all the reason it considers a cold war with China. Basically, it is the fear that China will overthrow it and will overthrow the modern world order. Even if China has built at an incredible speed, does it have the capacity or the will to be the leader of the free world? To be a world policeman? The answer is no. ”

Wan is almost exactly wrong. Because, of course, Communist China does not want to be the leader of the free world.

Beijing wants to be the leader of a new world order created by Beijing. The same goes for the Soviet Union. Like the Soviet Union, Communist China seeks to control territory, to dominate political and economic decisions and the rights of others, and to degrade the fabric of our rules-based American international order. He does it to move us, not to coexist with us.

To ignore these similarities of ambition and action is to ignore a very real threat. But it is also ignoring Xi’s servants at their words. The Orwellian language they often use is very similar to the old Soviet propaganda.

Ultimately, we must be wary of those who claim that China wants to be our friend. Hopefully one day Chinese leaders will empower their people to make better judgments. But that is not the case today, and allowing the tropes to define our strategy is a very bad and dangerous idea.



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Boris Johnson Coronavirus Update: Exhausted PM Must Stay Isolated | United Kingdom | New

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In a video on social media, the Prime Minister said he would remain isolated after being tested positive for coronavirus last week. Boris Johnson said: “In my own case, although I feel better and have done my seven days of isolation, alas I still have one of the symptoms, a minor symptom, I still have a temperature, and therefore in accordance with government advice, I must continue to isolate myself until this symptom subsides.

“But we are clearly working on our program all the time to defeat the virus. You will have seen the big announcement yesterday of around 100,000 tests a day by the end of the month.”

Johnson also urged people to stick to the regulations over the weekend and not be tempted by the weather forecast.

He said, “I just want to say one crucial thing, one quick thing for everyone who is thinking about this weekend and what could be good weather.

“I think a lot of people will start to think that this has been going on for quite a long time and would rather go out, especially if you have children in the household, everyone can go a little crazy, and there may just be a temptation get out, get out and start breaking the rules.

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The NHS Nightingale Hospital at the ExCel center in east London is expected to admit its first COVID-19 patients, while two other temporary hospitals have also been announced for Bristol and Harrogate.

Meanwhile, after several days of intense scrutiny of test failure, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has set a goal of 100,000 daily coronavirus tests in England by the end of April.

They will include antigen tests, which tell people if they currently have COVID-19, as well as antibody tests to see if people have ever had the infection. A version of the latter has not yet been approved for use in the UK but is expected soon.

Experts say testing is important to track the virus and give the UK hope to break the lockdown, with those confirmed to have already had the virus able to return to work.

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Hancock, who recovered from COVID-19 and emerged from self-isolation on Thursday, announced a new “five-pillar” strategy to increase testing capacity in the country.

Elsewhere, the NHS England has said that 1,500 additional beds for coronavirus patients will be available at two new hospital sites at the University of the West of England and the Harrogate Convention Center.

Bristol Temporary Hospital will be able to care for up to 1,000 patients, while Harrogate will be able to care for up to 500.

They will join other sites due to their opening at the National Exhibition Center in Birmingham and the Central Complex in Manchester.

Over 6,000 additional beds are also being created by field hospitals in Wales’ leisure centers and stadiums.

So far, a total of 163,194 people in the UK have been tested for COVID-19 – or around 0.2 percent of the population.

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