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Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
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24%
  
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9%
  
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5%
  
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36%
  
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25%
  



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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riosleftsock 12:47 Wed Dec 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
37,000,000 vaccines sounds like a lot, but in reality its only 1,100,000,000 USD ($1.1bn) for Pfizer.

Chicken feed.

BRANDED 12:47 Wed Dec 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
Paul Kingsnorth: why I changed sides in the vaccine wars

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_uAwsVn10Y&t=1s

aldgate 12:42 Wed Dec 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
that just about sums it up fraser. Meanwhile 50,000 cancers go undetected as resources are all piled in one direction. I'm sure history will view this as myopic madness

fraser 12:21 Wed Dec 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
37 million people to be vaccinated in the next 2 months, to fight a varient which they're not sure is bad with a vaccine that they're not sure will work.

At the expense of the backlog of people that actually are ill.

pdcwhu 12:03 Wed Dec 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
Dogs Bollox

Driz 11:59 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
Day five of fucking covid for me and I've had more serious shits.

Jasnik 11:58 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
See I thought WHO had join WHO. And were having a laugh.

Johnson 11:48 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
Because all the letters are the same

Jasnik 11:43 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
why is Omicron an anagram of Moronic?

Johnson 11:36 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
Sure I heard on the radio news that Greece are going to fine folk over 60 €160 a month if they don’t get the vaccine.

riosleftsock 11:18 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
Mashed

I think the asthma thing could be a red herring. I have had atopic asthma since I was diagnosed at 14, its medicated and has always been under control, I've never had an asthma attack in my life.

Could be any number of reasons why he succumbed to covid and organ failure, one of the concerns I would have would be if he was regularly using steroids for body building and didn't tell the hospital

Pedro 11:15 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
Mashed agreed

I always thought if there was a mild variant (not saying this is) then strategy should be to let it become the dominant one

mashed in maryland 11:09 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
If this variant is super mild, could this not technically work as a natural vaccination? Assuming enough of us don't already have antibodies.

Then boom, any argument for any restrictions, lockdowns, vaxpasses, mandates etc. gone forever.

Everyone's a winner, surely....

Pedro 10:59 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
Media saying fact it may have been here for 3 months is a bad thing.

Surely if true that’s good news. Case numbers and deaths are down in that time which would show the variant is not having an impact.

Or am I missing something?

BRANDED 10:59 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
" VERY VERY VERY RARE EXAMPLE OF A SEEMINGLY HEALTHY MIDDLE AGED MAN DYING AFTER TESTING POSITIVE FOR COVID"

There. Fixed it.

mashed in maryland 10:52 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
Can't argue zico.. but also can't really speculate "ifs". Overall point is that the "healthy man dies of covid" headlines are an oversimplification to say the least.

zico 10:37 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
To be fair Mashed if he "hadn't" had that attempt at treatment he may have died from Covid earlier. With HIV/AIDS it's the opportunistic infections that generally kill rather than the virus itself, infections that may well not be a major issue without the virus. With Spanish Flu it was apparently a bacterial pneumonia which claimed many lives but you probably wouldn't have caught the bacterial infection if you hadn't had the virus.

mashed in maryland 10:26 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
"If he had taken the jab he would have lived"

That is completely unknowable.

joyo 10:19 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
If he had taken the jab he would have lived
One of the points of the article was about him believing the crap posted online and his family caring about him.Like so many conspiracy theorists he can't accept facts and only believes what he wants to no matter how ridiculous

mashed in maryland 10:07 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
"no-one dies of Covid, full stop. Covid triggers underlying conditions that you may not know you have, or have."

Not going to argue semantics, especially not medical semantics. In this man's case, his death was caused by an infection brought on by the treatment he received in hospital. Not as a direct result of Covid-19. Disagree? Take it up with The Guardian.

"all your doi ng is trying to justify your objections by inane comments"

I was contrasting the headlines, such as "Fitness Enthusiast who refused vaccine dies of covid" and "fit and healthy man, 42, dies of coronavirus" with what was actually in the articles. They didn't match. This is worth pointing out. Don't shoot the messenger....

"wait until someone real close to you dies then comment, it's devastating for all concerned believe me"

You have no idea whether or not anyone close to me has had, or died with or from covid.

OK_Guy 9:48 Tue Nov 30
Re: This coronavirus in China
can someone please delete the extra post, cheers me dears.

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