covid19

15 studies that indicate natural immunity from prior infection is more robust than the COVID vaccines

Monday - November 1, 2021

It’s the 800-pound gorilla in the pandemic. The debate over forced vaccination with an ever-waning vaccine is cresting right around the time when the debate should be moot for a lot of people. Among the most fraudulent messages of the CDC’s campaign of deceit is to force the vaccine on those with prior infection, who have 15 studies that indicate natural immunity from prior infection is more robust than the COVID vaccines

COVID-19’s Impact on Student Visas and Scholarships

Tuesday - October 26, 2021

As the pandemic continues, let’s take a look at how it’s affecting student visas and scholarships for students looking to study outside their home countries. by KC Raj – Career Counselor, KCR Consultants The pandemic has been a nightmare for everyone, including (and maybe especially) international students. Did COVID-19 destroy your study abroad plans? Don’t worry, COVID-19’s Impact on Student Visas and Scholarships

Short on time? Here are the highlights: A majority of students (61%) prefer in-person teaching when studying abroad. If online, many are looking for further financial incentives from their institutions, especially in cases where COVID has forced programmes to be online 42% said that vaccine availability has not been factored in their study plans Source: Student survey on returning to study abroad

Will Corona virus/COVID-19 affect my study abroad?

Wednesday - August 5, 2020

In light of the recent developments and outbreaks of the corona- or COVID-19 virus, numerous universities have made adjustments and are taking preliminary precautions. In addition to these decisions there are a lot of questions. You also might wonder how this affects your study abroad search, especially for the coming intake in September 2020, possibly Will Corona virus/COVID-19 affect my study abroad?