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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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bruuuno 12:37 Tue Apr 20
Re: This coronavirus in China
..which indicates maybe they ain’t dying of covid after all

riosleftsock 11:50 Mon Apr 19
Re: This coronavirus in China
Lily

But its just an outlier, like when people die from an experimental vaccine, these things happen remember?

Just remember, over 50% of covid deaths will be people who have received the vaccine now.

Lily Hammer 11:29 Mon Apr 19
Re: This coronavirus in China
Anyone see the Telegraph story on a bloke’s cancer being nearly all cleared up after contracting covid?

There are always positives for everything.

How ironic if Covid-19 turned out to be the cure for cancer.

bruuuno 11:20 Mon Apr 19
Re: This coronavirus in China
BRANDED 1:40 Mon Apr 19


Some good news at last

Lily Hammer 11:18 Mon Apr 19
Re: This coronavirus in China
gonks

This ESL bollocks is not why the stadiums were empty, but the stadiums being empty is a big part of why the ESL bollocks is being pushed for.

These scumbag owners have wanted this for a while, but lockdown has made them desperate for it. Maybe even a bit by the fact that as of this morning, 4 of the 6 were below West Ham and Leicester.

On The Ball 11:11 Mon Apr 19
Re: This coronavirus in China
Yep, that all makes sense.

riosleftsock 11:07 Mon Apr 19
Re: This coronavirus in China
aldgate

4 deaths. Probably all over 70, so all vaccinated.

So, 4 deaths within 28 days of receiving the vaccine.

gonks go beat 10:50 Mon Apr 19
Re: This coronavirus in China
Now we know why fans have been removed from football stadiums - get people used to the idea of empty stadiums and fake crowd noise in readiness for the not so Super League.

aldgate 6:48 Mon Apr 19
Re: This coronavirus in China
Four deaths today. We seem to be coping well with all these scary variants

BRANDED 1:40 Mon Apr 19
Re: This coronavirus in China
Scotland's night time economy 'on brink of collapse' with 'impending unemployment tsunami'

Hammer and Pickle 10:03 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
Anyone seen the Tension in Heaven as Prince Philip describes Jesus as "darker than I expected" headline doing the rounds?

Bungo 8:17 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
Thankfully the entry requirements for the senior jobs are quite high.

Helps keep all the gold in a fairly small pot for us to share. 😁

Hammer and Pickle 8:13 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
It's like the Hotel California?

Mike Oxsaw 8:13 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
It's a fairly specialist area though, isn't it?

Even the mind-numbingly dumb task of document creation (perfect work for the mind-numbingly dumb) is highly specialized.

Bungo 8:08 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
It is funny how rarely people leave pharma to go and work in another industry.

In fact I can't think of any?

Mike Oxsaw 7:46 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
10,000,000 doses of free vaccine given to NGOs/Charities is simply a write-off.

10,000,000 doses of the same vaccine given to the same NGOs/Charities at $40 a pop is now a charitable donation and can be offset against their tax liabilities.

They can't fucking lose.

riosleftsock 7:02 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
Mike is correct, as soon as the pandemic is declared over the vaccine prices increase by a factor four (in the case of AZ)

Bungo 6:36 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
Mike Oxsaw 9:35 Sun Apr 18

Frankly this is not really being discussed in general pharma circles.

Vaccines are such a small part of the overall business (approx 5%), the majority of my colleagues are focused on how quickly patients can be brought back to diagnosis and treatment for 'regular' conditions (e.g. asthma, COPD, diabetes etc), a lot of which has been under-reported and under-treated over the last year with the increased difficulty of accessing healthcare for non-Covid conditions.

BRANDED 9:43 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
Imagine how bad our death rates would have looked without all the EU migrant numbers in the UK? Fuck me.

Mike Oxsaw 9:35 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
If the pandemic is officially over, does that not mean that "Big Pharma" can now use market forces to determine the price of the Covid vaccines?

BRANDED 9:23 Sun Apr 18
Re: This coronavirus in China
It's over a month since the 7DMA deaths dropped below the 100 suggested by the Superforecasters would mark the end of the pandemic. On the 16th of March.

🤷🏻‍♂️

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