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goose 12:23 Wed Jan 22
This coronavirus in China
anyone else worried? 9 dead so far.

CNY soon so the virus will spread very quickly if they cannot control it. It'll be in Europe by the end of CNY if not earlier.

is this the end of humanity?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51202216

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Golden Oldie 3:41 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
New Jersey
"Who do you try and save a 90 year old with advanced dementia or a fit 45 year old?"
In the NHS' case it looks to be neither, with the elderly being a distant last for any consideration

We destroyed our economy to protect the NHS. Sadly the benevolent and somehow magically 'free' NHS service hasn’t returned the favour.

• 27,630,000 lost GP appointments since March.

• 350,000 lost cancer referrals

• 62,000 lost urgent cancer referrals.

• 12,000 lost secondary cancer treatment appointments.

Meanwhile Covid statistics are in line with every years seasonal flu prior to this and ICU units across the country are at the same capacity as before.

At least gran will be able to die in dignity, in complete isolation away from her family with little to no help from the authorities aside from a forced DNR order to her name.



Gotta love the "even if it is true" bit

New Jersey 3:33 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Branded - I think it's more the media who pick up on the various worst case scenarios and the headlines scream 250,000 UK deaths before Xmas, which is total bollocks!

The Sunday Times were foaming at the mouth at the NHS apparently not letting the elderly access to ICU's etc, etc even if it was true, the NHS only have finite resources and tough decisions have to be made. Who do you try and save a 90 year old with advanced dementia or a fit 45 year old?

Mr Kenzo 3:31 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
A woman has been refused 'period' products in a Tesco store in Wales.
I'm on Tesco's side she should not be buying antique lamps, art-deco toasters and a DVD about Queen Victoria's life!

Darlo Debs 3:30 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
I wouldn't like to have been at the protest that might have resulted in had it not been sorted.

El Scorchio 3:28 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Darlo Debs 3:19

No. One store told a woman she couldn't buy sanitary products as they'd labelled them non essential which was an error. It's now sorted.

Bloody mess avoided.

Golden Oldie 3:22 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Just wear a mask, Debs!

Darlo Debs 3:19 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Branded is that a wind up?

Tesco need to get a grip. Period.

BRANDED 3:18 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Government efforts to gird for the next influenza pandemic – bird flu or otherwise – ought to take notice and stock up on antibiotics, says John Brundage, a medical microbiologist at the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center in Silver Spring, Maryland.
Brundage’s team culled first-hand accounts, medical records and infection patterns from 1918 and 1919. Although a nasty strain of flu virus swept around the world, bacterial pneumonia that came on the heels of mostly mild cases of flu killed the majority of the 20 to 100 million victims of the so-called Spanish flu, they conclude.
“We agree completely that bacterial pneumonia played a major role in the mortality of the 1918 pandemic,” says Anthony Fauci, director of National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease in Bethesda, Maryland, and author of another journal article out next month that comes to a similar conclusion.

New Scientist

riosleftsock 3:16 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
People who menstruate will be fuming.

Side of Ham 3:16 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Is there an echo in here?.......

BRANDED 3:10 Mon Oct 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Tesco bans sales of sanitary products after branding them as 'non-essential' under Welsh firebreak rules

not going mad at all

BRANDED 9:03 Sun Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
I’ve consistently talked about data throughout this sorry mess and this is what they say

All told, the production, dissemination and use of data in the UK paints a disturbing picture. Over the course of this pandemic, we have observed outright errors, misunderstandings of effects, too much certainty being reported by advisors and interpretation lacking the normal context. So are lockdown decisions being taken on a false premise? Without transparency, how can errors be detected?

Poor quality of death data leaves us unable to say for certain who died because of Covid, who died with Covid as a cofactor – and who died of Covid after contracting the infection in hospital. Deaths outside hospitals are not subject to detailed analysis, despite their importance. The use of the word ‘cases’ implies that all cases are the same. They are not. Those who really matter are the contagious and the gravely ill (with the two categories overlapping). This data is not reported presumably because the numbers are not known and are lost in the testing frenzy.

Rather than be cautious in the use of such data, the government’s approach has been publishing worst-case scenarios. These assumptions so far have largely proven to be unreasonable and, all too often, flatly incorrect. However, we have shown that this realisation has had little effect on the approach. This leaves the public – and policymakers – in a hopeless position when it comes to navigating our way out of this mess.

BRANDED 8:58 Sun Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
All the bollocks you’ve heard for 8 months clearly explained by sane reporters in the spectator

https://www.spectator.co.uk/article/The-ten-worst-Covid-data-failures?s=08

BRANDED 5:46 Sun Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
NHS England took the unusual step on Sunday of issuing a 12-page rebuttal to allegations in the Sunday Times that patients deemed unlikely to survive were “written off” by being refused intensive care.

Would explain the surge in deaths back then though.

The old c wing 3:32 Sun Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
https://mobile.twitter.com/davidicke/status/1320304306965389312

Turns out someone created this on a superpowered c64.

Absolute bastards.

Amputee Actor 3:18 Sun Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
*nods*

*head falls off*

BRANDED 3:08 Sun Oct 25
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Amputee Actor 3:03 Sun Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
I caught Covid-19 and my legs fell off.

Ag. You were lucky pros..

Golden Oldie 3:06 Sun Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Covid toes are no laughing matter, as amputee demonstrates it may lead to leg loss and nanna getting locked up in isolation till she dies horribly and alone, for her own good.
https://www.news-medical.net/health/What-are-COVID-toes.aspx

Amputee Actor 3:03 Sun Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
I caught Covid-19 and my legs fell off.

Golden Oldie 2:56 Sun Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
johnson

You write about these "twitter" links as if I'm reposting some random's personal opinions.

Yet the video in question is a woman who filmed herself as a state propaganda TV actor, explaining how her role is to play at being ill from covid for scares, it's what's known as evidence to support the claims being made i.e. the whole thing is a scam.

Yet you and countless others spend all your time and energy trying to demean and undermine the message or the poster, when all you've ever [EVER] done is loiter around waiting for a post from someone you don't like, insisting nobody reads their comment and explaining how stupid they are.
Funny how those here with evidently sub room temperature IQs always use the "x is stupid, because they don;t mindlessly conform like what I do".
Why is it important that people have to be intelligent to post here, especially when those doing the complaining clearly are retarded themselves/

Just shows how shameless, unconscionable and mindless you are, it says nothing against those who you try to undermine, that's all.

As for your use of "irony", looks like it's not just Alanis Morrisette and coffee who don't understand its meaning.

Go on johnson for bonus points, show us where you've made a valid contribution beyond repeating what the BBC told you to think, ever, anywhere.

No wonder branded swipes left whenever he sees your profile

Johnson 2:36 Sun Oct 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
One day GO will work out the irony in him referring to everyone as NPCs whilst dutifully posting stuff from Twitter from people telling him what to think.

To shut him up as him to explain in his own words.

He’ll lie and say he has already yet can’t remember when and can’t even copy and paste it so he’ll just copy and paste more things from other people telling him what to think.

A very strange, intellectually challenged man.

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