The Daily Populous

Monday May 18th, 2020 morning edition

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Trump takes questions from reporters at the White House before abruptly ending the press conference after a clash with reporters on Monday.

A prestigious medical journal has spoken out against President Donald Trump and is urging American voters not to re-elect him in the fall.

The Lancet medical journal recently published a scathing, unsigned editorial pleading with U.S. voters to choose a president that will "understand that public health should not be guided by partisan politics," and slammed Trump for his "inconsistent and incoherent" response to the coronavirus pandemic.

"The Administration is obsessed with magic bullets—vaccines, new medicines, or a hope that the virus will simply disappear," the journal states.

"A strong CDC is needed to respond to public health threats, both domestic and international, and to help prevent the next inevitable pandemic.

Lancet editor Richard Horton also spoke out against the British government’s response to the pandemic in editorials and public statements published under his name.

He shared a tweet stating that Prime Minister Boris Johnson had “dropped the ball” in containing the virus. »

Survey of entity encounter experiences occasioned by inhaled N,N-dimethyltryptamine: Phenomenology, interpretation, and enduring effects

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For religious orientation data, comparison of changes in religious orientation before and after the encounter experience, z -tests of dependent proportions were used.

Rates of agreement were high (95% for prediction themes, and 94% overall for message, task, mission, purpose, or insight themes).

For most participants (67%) the most memorable entity encounter, which was described in the survey, was their first entity encounter experience with DMT. »

Coronavirus vaccine for 30 million Britons by September if trial succeeds

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Plans are in place to roll out a COVID-19 vaccine to 30 million people by September if trials are successful, Business Secretary Alok Sharma has said.

Image: The government has committed more than a quarter of a billion pounds towards developing a vaccine.

He reported that six drugs have entered initial live clinical trials, which could be expanded if the results were positive. »