Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

October 2, 2020

Oklahoma Area now surpasses Navajo Area with coronavirus cases


By Brenda Norrell

Censored News

Coronavirus cases in the Oklahoma IHS Area now surpass the Navajo Area. There is now a rapid increase in the Great Plains and Alaska. Navajo Area did very little coronavirus testing during August and September, the current Indian Health Service report shows.

The Oklahoma IHS area includes Oklahoma, Kansas and portions of Texas. In related news, Dallas area schools show the rapid spread of coronavirus, including in preschools.

The Pfizer vaccine experiments, which the Navajo government is encouraging, have effects of exhaustion, fever and headaches, participants said.

The Navajo vaccine experiments are being carried out by Johns Hopkins researchers, who have a history of infecting Indigenous in medical experiments. Johns Hopkins uses IHS hospitals-- but it is not IHS. Read more: Pfizer vaccine effects:

Across the U.S., schools are trying to hide coronavirus cases. Even when teachers are infected and children are sent home to quarantine, it is often not in the news.

At the same time, large numbers of deaths from coronavirus in nursing homes are not appearing in the data, which is obvious from the data shown in counties.

Right now, two states that are reporting coronavirus spread through schools are Utah and Colorado. The State of New Mexico shows a rise in cases. In South Dakota, all schools in Pierre have coronavirus cases.

The White House announced today that both Trump and the First Lady tested positive for coronavirus. Read article at CBS

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