“Several hundred people recently gathered in front of the Finance Tower in Brussels to protest against coronavirus restrictions in Belgium.” [Source: brusselstimes.com (Belgium)]
With protests against coronavirus restrictions increasing in Europe, the gathering in Brussels was organized by a group known as ‘Viruswaanzin’, which translates as ‘viral madness’ in Dutch. Viruswaanzin is also protesting against coronavirus measures in the Netherlands, and has recently sued the Belgian state, Bill Gates, and British epidemiologist Neil Ferguson whose modeling work on coronavirus infections and mortality was influential in many countries initiating lockdowns.
In recent weeks similar protests to those in Brussels have been taking place across the world in Argentina, Ecuador, Germany, Israel, the Netherlands, Serbia, Spain, the United States, and other countries. With many countries now facing the prospect of second lockdowns, and the World Health Organization saying the effects of the pandemic will be felt for decades, there seems little doubt these protests will continue.
The fact is though that had governments taken advantage of science-based health information on natural ways to strengthen the immune system, the restrictions on social life, removal of civil rights, and widespread economic damage could largely have been avoided. Research shows that an optimum intake of vitamins and other essential micronutrients is a key measure for anyone to strengthen their immune system. This scientific fact – recognized by nine Nobel Prizes and documented in countless textbooks of biology and biochemistry around the world – continues to be absent from essentially every public health recommendation.
To read about the latest findings from the Dr. Rath Research Institute which show that a specific combination of micronutrients can block the interaction between the binding point on the coronavirus and its ‘entry port’ on human body cells, see this press release on our website.