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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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Bungo 11:42 Sun May 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
So you don't know then?

BRANDED 11:39 Sun May 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Bungo

I think we both agree that there are degrees of risks in everything. Taking a medicine is not a guarantee to better health. It could be the opposite.

The science is explicit about this but this new piece of scientific information has only just come out but everyone was assured that it was safe. Its impossible to be 100% safe.

Bungo 11:34 Sun May 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
Branded

It would be helpful if you could add some information regarding the frequency of reporting of GBS to your article below. This would help put the article in context compared with for example, similar level risks from other medications that people on here will take every day.

Many thanks.

BRANDED 10:47 Sun May 29
Re: This coronavirus in China
FOLLOW THE FUCKING SCIENCE YOU CUNTS

The AstraZeneca vaccine may increase the risk of the serious neurological condition Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) with the jab’s Trojan horse delivery system possibly to blame, scientists believe, in a discovery which may apply to similar vaccines.

GBS is a rare condition which causes muscle numbness and pain, and can hinder movement, walking, swallowing and, sometimes, even breathing.

It is commonly caused by the gastroenteritis bug Campylobacter, which has a surface coating which looks slightly human, and so can sometimes trigger the body to attack its own nerves instead of invading germs, leading to GBS.

Now, scientists at University College London (UCL) have found a rise in cases of GBS in the first two to four weeks after the AstraZeneca vaccine, but not in other vaccines, such as Pfizer or Moderna.

Like many vaccines, the Oxford jab uses a weakened chimp adenovirus to deliver the coronavirus spike protein into the body, and scientists have speculated that a reaction to adenovirus may be responsible for the rise in cases.

Adenovirus usually causes the common cold, but scientists are starting to think it may also mimic human cells in a similar way to Campylobacter, confusing the immune system into attacking the body.

Lead author Prof Michael Lunn (UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology) said: “At the moment we don’t know why a vaccine may cause these very small rises in GBS.

“It may be that a non-specific immune activation in susceptible individuals occurs, but if that were the case similar risks might apply to all vaccine types.

“It is therefore logical to suggest that the simian adenovirus vector, often used to develop vaccines, including AstraZeneca’s, may account for the increased risk.”

Eerie Descent 11:16 Sat May 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
All you nutty conspiracy theorists need to have a look at yourself.

How on earth can you have any concerns about such an upstanding, honest, blemish free company like Pfizer? It's not like have a shady history or anything...

Takashi Miike 10:37 Sat May 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
it wasn't about saving anyone and was totally about getting rid of as many elderly people as possible, be it through loneliness, neglect or midazolam

master 10:24 Sat May 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
Average age of death, 81.
Fatality rate of 0.15%
Locking down saved 1000 in about 1 billion.
Utterly imbecilic.

riosleftsock 12:30 Sat May 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
That's very funny, Cap xey.

You should be on the stage, absolutely wasted in HR.

Capitol Man 12:24 Sat May 28
Re: This coronavirus in China
What does that make you Bovine? WHO’s Jimmy Saville?

riosleftsock 10:11 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
Kaiser, WHO's Judith Chalmers disagrees with you. So what?

He's a good poster on here, he's just wrong about this, nothing to worry about, we all get things wrong.

On The Ball 9:34 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
.... and yet you have.

Kaiser Zoso 9:32 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
You’d have to have had your head up your arse not to see the downward pressure on people to comply with vaccines. Even Brando got jabbed because he didn’t want to have to be barred from gay pubs in Soho. West Ham could have required a Covid vaccination certificate for admission. The US sacked people who didn’t want jabs, from certain jobs.

Meanwhile, Off The Ball doesn’t believe there’s anything to be worried about. You couldn’t make it up

bruuuno 5:47 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
Ha! In all my tears on WHO I don’t think I’ve ever seen otb get angry. Fair play sons

Takashi Miike 3:21 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
here he is, the quadruple jabbed purple haired animals fascist

Capitol Man 2:40 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
So it’s not that you are a hysterical twat spouting bullshit then Tichkii?

joyo 2:38 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
Being sent to the lunatic alsyum is one way loony conspiracy theorists like you could be "excluded totally from society " as you see everything as sinister

joyo 2:38 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
Being sent to the lunatic alsyum is one way loony conspiracy theorists like you could be "excluded totally from society " as you see everything as sinister

Takashi Miike 2:24 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
I've just posted that life was made difficult for anyone not willing to take a medication that has since been proven to be harmful to many people, and in the not too distant future these same non obedient people will probably be excluded totally from society because of non compliance yet this thick cunt thinks that facts don't exist about their motives being sinister

BRANDED 2:01 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
I think OTBs point is that in theory all kinds of things could be sinister and that if you think they are being used that way then you need some facts.

Plenty of sinister things have been used like DDT and CFCs ( both invested by the same scientist) that seemed like miracles when first used. Or indeed nuclear bombs and energy. Politicians will use any science tgat suits their philosophy.

Kaiser Zoso 1:08 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
So you now admit it has potentially sinister uses?

Cheers.

On The Ball 12:50 Fri May 27
Re: This coronavirus in China
And I don't disagree with that technology having potentially sinister uses - I just don't believe it is. Like many things that COULD have sinister uses but don't (at least in the real world, perhaps not in the Matrix or wherever it is you lot live).

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