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What portion of people with asymptomatic Covid-19 transmit the disease to other members of their household? 3 A meta-analysis published by the journal JAMA Network Open in December 2020 found…

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Which of the following organizations or people claimed that “Covid-19 spreads less efficiently than” the flu? 3 On March 3, 2020, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the Director-General of the World Health…

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What is the FDA’s Covid-19 standard for the particle sizes that surgical masks must filter? 4 The FDA’s Covid-19 guidance for surgical masks states that manufacturers cannot make “filtration claims”…

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…June of 2020 while masks were not required or “encouraged.” The study found that (1) “no child with Covid-19 died,” (2) “15 children with Covid-19 (including those with MIS-C [multi-inflammatory…

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Which of the following states had the highest portion of their population diagnosed with Covid-19 over the past week? 3 On April 7, 2021, the CDC published data showing that…

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How much government money will the average family of 4 with 2 unemployed parents receive under Covid-19 “relief” laws that are already passed? 3 During 2020 and early 2021, federal…

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Is Covid-19 mainly spread by microscopic respiratory aerosols that penetrate cloth and surgical masks or by large respiratory droplets that are blocked by such masks? 2 Science journals have published…

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…the age of 17 died in the U.S. during 2020. Among them, 178 involved influenza, 193 involved Covid-19, and 607 involved pneumonia. In total, deaths involving Covid-19 comprised 0.6% of…

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…increase the risk for transmission,” the paper examined 10 studies and “found no significant reduction in influenza transmission with the use of face masks.” Covid-19 is much more transmissible than…

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In January 2020, who called Covid-19 “the Wuhan coronavirus” and stated that “declaring an emergency may stigmatize the country struggling with an outbreak”? 3 On January 23, 2020, the New…

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How many variants of the virus that causes Covid-19 has the CDC found to be “of high consequence” because there is “clear evidence” they are resistant to vaccines or naturally…

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Are asymptomatic Covid-19 carriers more or less contagious than those with moderate symptoms? 3 Contact tracing studies published in the journals Respiratory Medicine and the Annals of Internal Medicine show…

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…“Covid relief” bill that will give about $83 billion in taxpayer bailouts to more than 100 union pension plans that were on the verge of collapsing before the Covid-19 pandemic….

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If a million people in the U.S. ultimately die from Covid-19, will this disease destroy more years of human life than accidents? 2 If a million Covid-19 deaths ultimately occur…

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…the Great Recession that began in 2007, and the Covid-19 pandemic. At its core, it involves printing large sums of money that the Federal Reserve uses to buy things like…

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…that this data predates the global Covid-19 pandemic and urges readers “to exercise caution in making any inferences” about 2020. Because association does not prove causation, these outcomes cannot automatically…

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…that “unemployment is associated with a 63% higher risk of mortality in studies controlling for covariates.” Regardless of whether job losses from reactions to Covid-19 are brief or sustained, the…

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…(17%), and social programs (60%). In 2020, total government spending rose to $9.1 trillion, and the vast bulk of the increase was related to “Covid relief” laws that enlarged spending…

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On average, how much do federal, state, and local governments spend per year on social programs (like healthcare, income security, and education) for every household in the U.S.? 3 In…

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…students? 4 A contact-tracing study published this month by the journal Pediatrics found “no instances of child-to-adult transmission” of Covid-19 among more than 90,000 students and staff in 11 North…

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