The emergence of a Russian coronavirus vaccine, able to put an end to the epidemic, was received with scepticism. They tried to discredit the medicine developed by Russian scientists, pointing to the rush to create a vaccine. However, Bloomberg says that not everything is that bad because “secondary effects in vaccines are rare”. The Russian vaccine causes a sensation, the article says. Though this development was severely criticised in the United States, US authorities felt the need to reassure its citizens by claiming that their own vaccine was already in full development. But for the Kremlin, this global race is not a priority. The coronavirus seriously ruined 2020 for Vladimir Putin, forcing him to eradicate the virus as fast as possible. “By promising a vaccine, he became again the people’s defender,” Bloomberg says.
The Netherlands will build special houses which block electromagnetic radiation. These houses are meant for people who experience headaches and insomnia as a result of 5G.
Recurring conspiracy theory on 5G.
According to World Architecture, the aim of building 100 new homes is to establish the smartest neighbourhood in the world. The settlement will be self-sufficient in terms of energy and food production, as well as "smart homes" which will use technology according to the needs and consumer habits of the residents. Smart homes have nothing to do with the 5G conspiracies around accompanying illnesses. On the contrary, the project relies on the advancement of technology, including 5G to expand and integrate technology into homes, cars, daily activities, etc.
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