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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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Don Ravioli 10:22 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
Pickle you’re an embarrassing example of a man. Pissing your knickers over something that ain’t no worse than a bad flu and for the majority of people that’s right the majority is nothing more than a bad cold.
Because you’ve took the risk of having the untested jab you want everybody else to.
What normal person would give a fuck whether somebody else had it or not as it only protects the person that has had it.
You need to get on with your life and stop worrying about shit that doesn’t concern you.

Side of Ham 9:59 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
Yeah, but the MSM & Twitter (TWITTER) said we was all going have to have vaccine passports if you don't have the vaccine so you can be ostracised because you didn't have the vaccine. MSM & TWITTER! What sensible, educated person can argue with MSM & TWITTER?

Mike Oxsaw 9:07 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
Yeah, but the authorities (THE AUTHORITIES) said take to vaccine so you can live a normal life. THE AUTHORITIES! What sensible, educated person can argue with THE AUTHORITIES?

BRANDED 8:04 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
The implication of his post was that people died from other things in increasing numbers during the response to the virus. This was true all over the World. There was some estimates of hundreds of millions going back into poverty due to lock downs in the emerging World. The full story will be told over the next few years of both the real danger of the virus and the impacts of the responses to it.

Its not even hard to understand.

Hammer and Pickle 7:44 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
Make your case mimmler

You seem to claim we should not be tackling the infection because the available means for doing so might upset the opiate dependent and in general the socially challenged. Or maybe you are saying something altogether different.

Go for it, Tiger.

mashed in maryland 7:23 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
Before I bother reading Cappy and Pickled's paragraphs, can someone sensible let me know if there's more to them than...

- "You're just upset the gym was closed"
- "You're a Russian spy here to erode trust in sacred institutions"
- "You're selfish and want people to die"

?

Cos in the last 2 years I don't think either of them have said much more than one of those 3, with a bit more flailing and swearing.

Hammer and Pickle 7:16 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
Pretty much the entire medical and scientific consensus on how to tackle an infectious coronavirus pandemic is unanimous that the way to get infection rates down to a manageable level is vaccination, and in the absence of that, social distancing, hygienic precautions like masks, testing, quarantine if infected and lockdown as an absolute last resort. The mental and emotional health of opiate-dependent persons, or the indeed those with some form affective disorder, is no doubt a matter worthy of consideration.

However, the case for not tackling the infection and relying on simple, naturally generated herd immunity because of these considerations is yours to argue, mimmler. Meanwhile, I’m satisfied that the measures taken in the UK and other countries, some involving, for example, an obligation to provide proof of vaccination at the gym, have been effective even though they seem to have made you cry.

Capitol Man 6:47 Fri Jan 21
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mashed in maryland 6:31 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China

Talki of the devil - Mary, Queen of Mugs shows up.

The reality is that much as you were upset by your church being closed, this has always been a combination of too deadly and too contagious to do nothing - no much how much your little mind has been unable to process that.

Capitol Man 6:39 Fri Jan 21
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riosleftsock 5:18 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China

Come on Rios, that’s all about you being easy to be mugged off as you don’t know what the fuck you are talking about isn’t it.

mashed in maryland 6:31 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
Hasn't the US broken all records for drug deaths last year?

It'll probably take years to get anywhere close to the truth on how many really died from what, but it should have been obvious from day one that locking people in their homes and shutting down the economy would make people less healthy, and therefore more susceptible to covid, and literally all other illnesses.

Fucking insane that raising that very obvious point was seen as blasphemy for so long. Sums the whole thing up tbh.

Lee Trundle 6:12 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
"Maybe the vaccine will be the end of us instead of the virus"

Does the "unvaccinated shouldn't receive hospital treatment" rule the other way around, if that's the case?

goose 6:04 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
Pony - only a genius with amazing foresight would come to that conclusion.

Maybe the vaccine will be the end of us instead of the virus.

White Pony 5:59 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
goose, is it because this is the end of humanity?

goose 5:45 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
the 40% jump in the death rates is aged 18-64.

so not old cunts buy maybe fat cunts.
but americans were fat cunts in 2019 and 2020 so what has changed??

BRANDED 5:24 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
A lot of fat old cunts?

goose 5:24 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
while we're at it:

"Primerica also said it paid $2.1 billion in term life death claims in 2021. That’s up from $594 million in spending on death claims and other forms of term life benefits in 2020,
and up from $475 million in 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic began."

goose 5:20 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
Here's an interesting quote for you, it's from the Indiana life insurance CEO:

“And what we saw just in third quarter, we’re seeing it continue into fourth quarter, is that death rates are up 40% over what they were pre-pandemic,” he said.
“Just to give you an idea of how bad that is, a three-sigma or a one-in-200-year catastrophe would be 10% increase over pre-pandemic,” he said. “So 40% is just unheard
of.”

now why might that be...........

riosleftsock 5:18 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
You are up to 20 times less likely to hospitalised with covid if you have natural immunity than if you have been vaccinated. There is no evidence that having a vaccine on top of natural infection makes any difference.

Source - CDC.

Get infected folks, its the responsible thing to do in order to protect yourself and others. swtoc

Lee Trundle 4:46 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
collyrob 4:13 Fri Jan 21
"NPHET (Ireland’s sage) who have been super overly cautious for the whole pandemic, have recommended the government drop all covid restrictions.

It’s over."


Netflix's shares are now basically the same price as they were before the pandemic, so hopefully that's it.

Hammer and Pickle 4:45 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
What do you win if you take the worse odds?

fraser 4:39 Fri Jan 21
Re: This coronavirus in China
Six times more likely of being hospitalised if unvaccinated... Isn't the chance of being hospitalised if had the vaccine a point of a percent apparently?

So six times that is still long odds to be hospitalised

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