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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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, 9:17 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
You must be a special case being a youngster?

Too Much Too Young 9:16 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
A chip is preferred.

They could them beam medicine directly over wifi.

You could pay to download 8 cans of stella or a bottle of port.

BRING IT ON.

Joe C 9:00 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Don’t forget the chip connecting to the satellite though comma

, 8:50 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Unlike the Astra Zeneca jab there has been a documented report of someone going in to anaphylactic stock following the Pfizer injection.

For this reason those vaccinated with the Pfizer are asked to wait 15 minutes before leaving.

Joe C 8:34 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Had mine yesterday - was the Pfizer one. Had a banging headache yesterday evening, and have got some muscle pain in my neck and shoulders today, but otherwise all ok.

Longest part of it was the 15 mins they make you sit and wait (presumably for the microchip to establish its connection with Bill Gates’ monitoring satellite) after the jab is done.

riosleftsock 8:32 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Well done Alfs.























And nice tits!

Alfs 8:02 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Just had mine. There were about 40 people ahead of me in the queue and I thought I'd be there for ages but I was done and out within 30 minutes.

Hermit Road 1:24 Thu Feb 25
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Side of Ham 11:15 Thu Feb 25

Haha. Spot on

Mr Kenzo 1:12 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
No mention of FISTING either

BRANDED 1:11 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Anal lotta love between them

riosleftsock 1:10 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Thanks to Covid, we get news like this (from RT)

"The Chinese Foreign Ministry has said it has no knowledge that US diplomats were being subjected to “undignified” anal probing in order to test for Covid-19 in China, refuting reports published by Vice on Wednesday.
“To my knowledge... China has never required US diplomatic staff stationed in China to conduct anal swab tests,” Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian told a daily press briefing on Thursday."

Fancy a bum?

BRANDED 11:32 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Well. Clearly people are not infecting each other as much based upon the testing regimes employed.

That happened last April too.

Not sure what else you can say cos it’s really about a functioning society and achieving that.

riosleftsock 11:26 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Branded

There are also other possible explanations.

1) Change in testing technique - they have dialled down the PCR cycle as recommended by WHO.
2) They are using more lateral flow tests, these provide far less false positives, but slightly more false negatives
3) The virus has hit a roadblock, in the areas where it was prevalent, it is running out of new hosts. Look at the cumulative number of "cases" (well over 4m) and the number "vaccinated" (18m ish?)

stewie griffin 11:18 Thu Feb 25
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HAMMERNH 11:15 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China

was discussing this a couple of weeks back - there's huge numbers of businesses walking back their early pronouncements about wfh. Not a surprise really

BRANDED 11:17 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
I would disagree.

There is historic studies around C viruses. That is what C was sharing. There is almost a year of history of this virus and it’s impacts.

So truth becomes probabilities based upon scientific research. You can’t exclude anything that might have an impact. Like seasonality, temperature, the way in which people interact, the way the virus moves, in what way it’s infectious, in whom it is most infectious. Etc.

If a gym is considered a place that causes more ill health than less there must be some evidence for that? If there is no evidence it’s just a proposition. The basis for study perhaps?

With regards to the rapidly dropping rates of infection there are a lot of possible reasons but the best one would be people not infecting other people. 😉

Side of Ham 11:15 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Helmet Road?

HAMMERNH 11:15 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Working from home NOT the new normal. Get back to the office you wasters.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-56192048

Hermit Road 11:14 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Let’s be honest, all this increased awareness of breathing in other people’s droplets is fucking gross.

I’m going to start wearing a space helmet on the tube when this is all over

stewie griffin 11:06 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
if the truth is that people - from the brightest scientific minds down - still don't really know what they're dealing with, then I don't think the truth is overly difficult, Brand0.

BRANDED 11:02 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
Griff

I was being Ironic about how inconclusive the study C had shared was.

Just goes to show how difficult truth can be?

stewie griffin 10:58 Thu Feb 25
Re: This coronavirus in China
agreed, sock0...as i say, the benefits are (I think anyway) pretty obvious, but dangerous to think of it as a miracle cure as such. Humidity point is an interesting one

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