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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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BRANDED 12:55 Mon Mar 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
I souls be getting my travel passport soon Bozo. Looking forward to a great summer. 👍

Kaiser Zoso 12:54 Mon Mar 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
You still trying your luck hanging around vaccine centres for a no show, Brando?

BRANDED 12:51 Mon Mar 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
Profound and inciteful as always C

Classic twitcher

The old c wing 12:46 Mon Mar 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
I genuinely feel quite sorry for you here Branded.

How the mighty have fallen.

BRANDED 12:11 Mon Mar 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-56233038

The BBC is leading with it being the potential new lurgy.

We all know it’s bollocks but all the oldies, ill cunts, curtain twitchers, Tories and nervous cunts will all be on edge.

Well done BBC.

Johnson 12:07 Mon Mar 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
Already being reported the Brazil variant is covered by vaccines.

WHU(Exeter) 12:04 Mon Mar 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
Not just Brazil, NORTH Brazil.

Leaves some future windows in the future for east, west and south Brazilian variants, when they've gone through a whole host of other exotic variants.

BRANDED 12:01 Mon Mar 1
Re: This coronavirus in China
This Brazil shit is headline news though.

😱😱😱😱😱

peroni 8:39 Sun Feb 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
"We all know what they're setting the table for here...."

Er, no we don't. But you remind us that the world has its fair share of internet idiots.

Why don't you just not get the vaccine, and keep your fucking spastic theories between yourself, Golden Oldie, Antly and QAnon, you twat?

mashed in maryland 8:32 Sun Feb 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
"Breaking : Public Health England (PHE) have identified the first UK cases of the Manaus Brazil variant of coronavirus, a new strain that may spread more rapidly and may respond less well to existing vaccines"


We all know what they're setting the table for here....

(Brazil itself is almost completely open, by the way. While we are celebrating MAYBE being able to stand in a pub beer garden in 6 weeks)

BRANDED 12:28 Sun Feb 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
From the BMJCant believe these people constantly chime with me.


The UK’s testing strategy needs to be reset in line with the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies’ recommendation that “Prioritising rapid testing of symptomatic people is likely to have a greater impact on identifying positive cases and reducing transmission than frequent testing of asymptomatic people in an outbreak area.”21

Testing should be reintegrated into clinical care with clinical and public health oversight and case definitions based on clinical diagnosis. Carefully designed prospective studies of cases and contacts are needed to estimate transmission rates by people with and without symptoms. These should include careful investigations of outbreaks—for example, testing all contacts of people with a clear history of exposure, especially in high risk environments such as nursing homes, prisons, and other institutional settings.

Coronavirus infection surveys by the Office for National Statistics22 and the REACT survey23 could be expanded to include clinical follow-up of participants combined with tests of viral load and viral cultures. The absence of strong evidence that asymptomatic people are a driver of transmission is another good reason for pausing the roll out of mass testing in schools, universities, and communities.

mashed in maryland 12:05 Sun Feb 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
Friendly reminder that in the face of an illness which targets the obese and unhealthy and is treated/prevented to an extent with Vitamin D, our government's first actions were to:

- Ban gyms
- Impose legal limits on going outside and fine/arrest people for being outside without approval
- Lie about the efficacy of Vitamin D, a cheap/free supplement proven to work

And people like Mike Oxsnore still think they're acting in good faith and in the public's best interests.

Also, can anyone who supports all this bollocks point to just one example in history where a regime sought to restrict civil liberties, grab arbitrary power for themselves, censor dissent, intentionally frighten the population and criminalise once-normal things and repeatedly lie while doing so were ever the good guys? Cos we're living through it now and half you lot are cheering it on.

Mike Oxsaw 9:24 Sat Feb 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
They should just make everybody more important than everybody else and then get on with it.

Kaiser Zoso 8:57 Sat Feb 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
The numbers of deaths by occupation made the police and teachers claims to be prioritised look a bit precious. Taxi drivers were far higher iirc

Capitol Man 12:50 Sat Feb 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
Apart from when it actually kills people.

Alfs 12:20 Sat Feb 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
The chap behind me (late 60s) in the vax queue had Covid at the beginning. He told me he felt rough for a few days but with all of the coverage of people on death's door on the news he was terrified of going to sleep as he thought when he wakes up he could be on a ventilator.

The paranoia was worse than the virus itself.

Capitol Man 12:03 Sat Feb 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
Too Much Too Young 8:17 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China

Not sure why that is "sad".

They may have seen friends and relatives die of this. It got my father over the Christmas holidays.

Given the horrible way this takes people, suffocating them away from their family and friends then I personally don't blame them for avoiding other people and focusing on keeping themselves safe.

It's certainly not sad.

ray winstone 11:48 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Pie sums it up nicely....

https://youtu.be/jieKdI2Wc_Y

Mike Oxsaw 8:27 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
Too Much Too Young 8:17 Fri Feb 26

It's their way of managing the situation, not yours. And without a crystal ball, I cannot predict whether or not your dog will get patted again.

Too Much Too Young 8:17 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
I have a chuckle every morning taking the dog out at 7.30am.

In the park i go to i see a retired couple jogging round it, they used to (pre covid) always say "Good morning" and sometimes the old boy would stop and pet the hound.

They've become more and more distant over the past year to the point they now turn around if within 50 feet of me, but are fucked if someone else is coming the other way. There is then this bit where they weigh up the options, depart from the path and head across the grass to pick up another path..at the next junction they start looking about again to ensure they never get within 50 feet of anyone.

fucking sad, but i do laugh.

gph 7:47 Fri Feb 26
Re: This coronavirus in China
EXTERMINATE! EXTERMINATE!

ERROR! ERROR! PR_MODULE ERROR!

REBOOTING REBOOTING







I had my Astra/Oxford jab this afternoon. No side effects. Beep

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