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16 hours ago, Fridge said:

McGinty’s and Halo fucked apparantely

Perhaps knock on effect to Four Mile Kingswells and Ferryhill as Henderson has his finger in those pies as well.

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19 minutes ago, Roberto said:

Perhaps knock on effect to Four Mile Kingswells and Ferryhill as Henderson has his finger in those pies as well.

It's all worth it though in the fight against this killer virus. Scorched earth.

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Britain will pass threshold for Covid herd immunity on Monday when more than 74 per cent of people will have protection against the virus, scientists say.

Herd immunity is when an infectious disease stops naturally spreading in a population because enough people are protected against the disease. 

 

 

 

How exactly are you protected from mutant virus strains of Covid.

Experts say they have no idea if vaccines will work on them.

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Mate is a guinea pig for the Novavax vaccine...

Similar to the others, he is now on his 3rd and final jab. Yes 3 not 2.

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41 minutes ago, Lencarl said:

Britain will pass threshold for Covid herd immunity on Monday when more than 74 per cent of people will have protection against the virus, scientists say.

Herd immunity is when an infectious disease stops naturally spreading in a population because enough people are protected against the disease. 

 

 

Open the fucking pubs 

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1 hour ago, Lencarl said:

Britain will pass threshold for Covid herd immunity on Monday when more than 74 per cent of people will have protection against the virus, scientists say.

Not sure how herd immunity can be achieved if the vaccine doesn’t stop you getting and passing on the virus?

As long as the vulnerable have been vaccinated, herd immunity shouldn’t matter though.

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30 minutes ago, NEM said:

Open the fucking pubs 

It’s too risky for god sake! Protect the NHS 

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Think of all our keyworkers on the front line, risking their life in the fight against this virus. 

Stay local 

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45 minutes ago, Roberto said:

Mate is a guinea pig for the Novavax vaccine...

Similar to the others, he is now on his 3rd and final jab. Yes 3 not 2.

Thought it was 4 for the trials. Two placebo then two real, or vice versa, with the patient blind to which order they were getting them in.

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Just now, Ramandu said:

Thought it was 4 for the trials. Two placebo then two real, or vice versa, with the patient blind to which order they were getting them in.

Novavax from what he tells me is 3. His 3rd is today, said the 2nd jab was the worst. He wasn't well like.

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Can we keep lockdown a few more weeks i've nearly cracked a few more dance moves at work.

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2 hours ago, Lencarl said:

Britain will pass threshold for Covid herd immunity on Monday when more than 74 per cent of people will have protection against the virus, scientists say.

Herd immunity is when an infectious disease stops naturally spreading in a population because enough people are protected against the disease. 

 

 

 

How exactly are you protected from mutant virus strains of Covid.

Experts say they have no idea if vaccines will work on them.

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Thought herd immunity was a bad thing? Everybody was wetting their pants about it at the start

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Herd immunity = open the pubs and let us to the fitba... Full capacity. 

 

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Open the pubs, gyms and concert circuit. 

Kill off the weak and we carry on with a stronger gene pool. 

 

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7 minutes ago, manboobs109 said:

Thought herd immunity was a bad thing? Everybody was wetting their pants about it at the start

The original idea of letting everyone contract Covid to attain herd immunity was what had folk wetting their pants. 


come on now Moobz.

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22 minutes ago, Sooper-hanz said:

The original idea of letting everyone contract Covid to attain herd immunity was what had folk wetting their pants. 


come on now Moobz.

It's that kinda post that got him the "covidiot of the year" award. 

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32 minutes ago, Sooper-hanz said:

The original idea of letting everyone contract Covid to attain herd immunity was what had folk wetting their pants. 


come on now Moobz.

That wasn't the idea. The idea was protect the vulnerable and let the virus spread through the rest of society to achieve herd immunity. Everybody lost their shit about that so we wrecked loads of people's lives who have minuscule chances of even getting seriously ill and let the vulnerable die anyway. 

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1 hour ago, Parklife said:

It's that kinda post that got him the "covidiot of the year" award. 

You piling on again? 

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57 minutes ago, manboobs109 said:

That wasn't the idea. The idea was protect the vulnerable and let the virus spread through the rest of society to achieve herd immunity. Everybody lost their shit about that so we wrecked loads of people's lives who have minuscule chances of even getting seriously ill and let the vulnerable die anyway. 

I wonder how many people that have genuinely been saved from dying from Covid. I wonder if you weighed that up against those who have committed suicide, died from missed cancer diagnoses and other non Covid deaths, would this past year of restrictions been worth it? I suspect not.

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9 minutes ago, Studebaker-90 said:

I wonder how many people that have genuinely been saved from dying from Covid. I wonder if you weighed that up against those who have committed suicide, died from missed cancer diagnoses and other non Covid deaths, would this past year of restrictions been worth it? I suspect not.

Excess deaths are down this year because lots of people who would've died this year had their deaths accelerated by Covid. At best we extended some lives by a few months/ maybe a year.

Nick Triggle was writing about it on the BBC last year, I linked to it on here, lost now unfortunately.

Found it - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-51979654

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1 hour ago, Studebaker-90 said:

I wonder how many people that have genuinely been saved from dying from Covid. I wonder if you weighed that up against those who have committed suicide, died from missed cancer diagnoses and other non Covid deaths, would this past year of restrictions been worth it? I suspect not.

According to a FOI request I seen the other day just over 500 folk have died directly from Covid in Scotland (i.e. no underlying condition)

It's only right that we've ruined over a year of everyone's lives, killed small businesses and basically cancelled all other health care for the sake of 0.01% of the population!

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10 minutes ago, NEM said:

According to a FOI request I seen the other day just over 500 folk have died directly from Covid in Scotland (i.e. no underlying condition)

It's only right that we've ruined over a year of everyone's lives, killed small businesses and basically cancelled all other health care for the sake of 0.01% of the population!

But it might have been 0.015% if we didn't. 

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2 hours ago, Studebaker-90 said:

I wonder how many people that have genuinely been saved from dying from Covid. I wonder if you weighed that up against those who have committed suicide, died from missed cancer diagnoses and other non Covid deaths, would this past year of restrictions been worth it? I suspect not.

No elective cardiac surgeries is the biggest one. They’re only allowed to do urgent cases, who then result in poorer outcomes and prolonged hospital stays. 
 

People who requires a heart bypass and/ or valve replacement just sit at home and slip into heart failure - quality and length of life diminished. Whilst the surgeons, perfusionists, theatre nurses, ward nurses all just bum about pretending to be busy. Do about 5 cases a week instead of a few a day. There’s a real scandal there. It’s not even the fault of NHSG. 
 

It’s the governments reluctance to restart elective cases as they are still reluctant to fill up the hospitals. 
 

the public sit at home dying and the best staff fuck off in search of work across the country at great expense to the nhs, and ultimately you. 

Im not sure if it’s any different in England, I only know folk who work up here. So dunno if it’s sturge or Boris to blame 

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44 minutes ago, Poodler said:

Im not sure if it’s any different in England, I only know folk who work up here. So dunno if it’s sturge or Boris to blame 

Health is a devolved issue, so we keep being reminded...

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There are likely some 1.7 million undiscovered viruses in nature, half of which could spill over to infect humans and trigger new pandemics, UN scientists have warned.

In their report, a team of 22 experts said that unless steps are taken, pandemics will emerge more often, spread faster, kill more people and do more economic damage.

 

 

 

They think it's all over...it is now.

Drink and be merry

 

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8 minutes ago, Lencarl said:

There are likely some 1.7 million undiscovered viruses in nature, half of which could spill over to infect humans and trigger new pandemics, UN scientists have warned.

In their report, a team of 22 experts said that unless steps are taken, pandemics will emerge more often, spread faster, kill more people and do more economic damage.

 

 

 

They think it's all over...it is now.

Drink and be merry

 

 I think if anything we've discovered that pandemics are a bit' shite' so why bother having another one?    

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The asian countries like Vietnam and Taiwan did well in this pandemic, without vaccines. Firstly because they aren't obese, and secondly, they were already exposed to SARS. All these viruses are similar enough in structure to provide conferred immunity, including the variants.

The UK and ALBA governments are too lame to be open and honest that being obese is the issue here, that's what makes you particularly vulnerable.  If your seriously overweight, get vaccinated.  But they're too weak to say it, so EVERYONE must get vaxxed.  Fuck that shite.

 

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Sooper-hanz said:

 I think if anything we've discovered that pandemics are a bit' shite' so why bother having another one?    

Or, people like them, let's have some more. 

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45 minutes ago, RedArmyFakshun said:

The asian countries like Vietnam and Taiwan did well in this pandemic, without vaccines. Firstly because they aren't obese, and secondly, they were already exposed to SARS. All these viruses are similar enough in structure to provide conferred immunity, including the variants.

The UK and ALBA governments are too lame to be open and honest that being obese is the issue here, that's what makes you particularly vulnerable.  If your seriously overweight, get vaccinated.  But they're too weak to say it, so EVERYONE must get vaxxed.  Fuck that shite.

 

 

 

The average age of covid deaths is 82 man. Surely age is more to do with it than obesity?

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46 minutes ago, manboobs109 said:

The average age of covid deaths is 82 man. Surely age is more to do with it than obesity?

Aye but the younger folk dying of it are fat cunts in the main 

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