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Jeopardies in human security and politicization of COVID-19

Pachankis, Yang (2022): Jeopardies in human security and politicization of COVID-19. Forthcoming in: Ethics, Medicine and Public Health

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Background: The systematic review is conducted during the COVID-19 lockdown measures of PRC with a history & continuation of nuclear proliferation, current electronic warfare, metallic pollution from military heavy industry, and actinic radiation pollutants from chip production. Apart from the biomedical harm sources, the purposes behind the source productions such as chips have been the sources of psychological tortures in neuro-cognitive warfare. The systemic review adopted a human security paradigm during the Nov. 24, 2022 public responses to the fire in Xinjiang in preventing the online responses from being subsumed by such operations with cognitive-affective psychology in a low-resource context.

Methodology: The systematic review adopted meta-analysis on bias-to-error factors contributed by the environmental determinators in the phenomenologies of PRC’s public health policies contrary to the declared results. Due to the simultaneity of psychological practice in preventing torture and biomedical ethics, a meta-ethic analytic review is conducted and dissected the power politicization of COVID-19 to the measurements ought to be carried out currently. A representative case is included with informed consent of the patient, which also gives an overview of tortures happened to the governmental officials and bureaucracies.

Results: PRC must cease and desist the human trafficking methods in quarantine measurements, which also contribute to the psychological and actual tortures. With current clinical preparedness, Omicron variant has given an opportunity for herd immunity against SARS-CoV-2. The environmental factors in PRC substantially undermine the referential values of biomedical data in international settings, and if applicable, biomedical products export in the global supply chain. Genetic technologies based on applied research in telomerase must have thorough assessments in their impacts on telomeres consumption. Renormalization from and further research into nuclear proliferation and environmental determinants is the only way to improve public health.

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