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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?


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Mike Oxsaw 3:30 Sun Oct 24
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Capitol Man 3:08 Sun Oct 24

What, exactly is this "crap" that I am trying to spread?

I know you're still smarting and looking for revenge over calling everything wrong on here, but please point out where anything I've posted on the subject is "crap".

Or get your carer to do it for you. I can wait. My 2nd jab isn't scheduled for any time soon.

NPCMeMe 3:17 Sun Oct 24
How does one prove that a healthy person wouldn't be healthy without added toxins injected into them
It does seem that this spike in cases and deaths is directly in line with the initiation of the thactscene program.

Only most of these deaths (esp those within 14 days of 2nd jab) aren't classifed as related to the jab, you may have noticed a steep rise in "sudden death" in the media [the latest craze!], even at football matches young fans suddenly having heart attacks without any clarification in the much trusted media of any sort to help shape the public's opinion as to why there's been such a stark rise in sudden cases like these over the last year that coincides with the introduction of the magical injection...

Strangely the cases of "sudden death" spikes aren't quite so high among the unvaccinated/purebloods of society...


Capitol Man 3:08 Sun Oct 24
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Mike Oxsaw 2:48 Sun Oct 24
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Seriously for a moment small cock. The straw man you are trying to build here is just covered in bullshit. All this stuff about the effectiveness of the vaccine and the progression of a virus in terms of variants has been known, or at least identified as a risk from the start of this pandemic and through the history of modern vaccinations - vaccinations still make sense.

What they are not is some kind of proof that you’ve been lied to or that vaccinations aren’t worth it. I suspect you know that yet continue to spread this crap.

Mike Oxsaw 3:00 Sun Oct 24
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I would imagine that the vast number of (close) social interactions now taking place since the restrictions were lifted effectively swamp any benefit being vaccinated offers to reducing case numbers.

However, it does seem that this spike in cases is not then leading on to higher hospitalisations and deaths, so from that respect the vaccines are doing what the government requires of them - at least temporarily. Should just about help us over-winter.

BRANDED 2:50 Sun Oct 24
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New Scientist

People who are fully vaccinated against covid-19 are far less likely to infect others, despite the arrival of the delta variant, several studies show. The findings refute the idea, which has become common in some circles, that vaccines no longer do much to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

“They absolutely do reduce transmission,” says Christopher Byron Brooke at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “Vaccinated people do transmit the virus in some cases, but the data are super crystal-clear that the risk of transmission for a vaccinated individual is much, much lower than for an unvaccinated individual.”

A recent study found that vaccinated people infected with the delta variant are 63 per cent less likely to infect people who are unvaccinated.

This is only slightly lower than with the alpha variant, says Brechje de Gier at the Center for Epidemiology and Surveillance of Infectious Diseases in the Netherlands, who led the study. Her team had previously found that vaccinated people infected with alpha were 73 per cent less likely to infect unvaccinated people.

What is important to realise, de Gier says, is that the full effect of vaccines on reducing transmission is even higher than 63 per cent, because most vaccinated people don’t become infected in the first place.

De Gier and her team used data from the Netherlands’ contact tracing system to work out the so-called secondary attack rate – the proportion of contacts infected by positive cases. They then worked out how much this was reduced by vaccination, adjusting for factors such as age.

De Gier says they cannot calculate the full reduction in transmission due to vaccination, because they don’t know exactly how much vaccination reduces the risk of infection. But even assuming vaccination only halves the risk of infection, this would still imply that vaccines reduce transmission by more than 80 per cent overall.

Others have worked out the full effect. Earlier this year, Ottavia Prunas at Yale University applied two different models to data from Israel, where the Pfizer vaccine was used. Her team’s conclusion was that the overall vaccine effectiveness against transmission was 89 per cent.

However, the data used only went up to 24 March, before delta became dominant. The team is now using more recent data to work out the impact of delta, says Prunas.

The idea that vaccines are no longer that effective against transmission may derive from news reports in July claiming that vaccinated people who become infected “can carry as much virus as others”. Even if this were true, however, vaccines would still greatly reduce transmission by reducing infections in the first place.

In fact, the study that sparked the news reports didn’t measure the number of viruses in someone directly but relied on so-called Ct scores, a measure of viral RNA. However, this RNA can derive from viruses destroyed by the immune system. “You can measure the RNA but it’s rendered useless,” says Timothy Peto at the University of Oxford.

Mike Oxsaw 2:48 Sun Oct 24
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Capitol Man 2:40 Sun Oct 24

...and you flatter yourself if you think you're worth wasting fishing bait - decent or otherwise - on a tiddler such as yourself.

Mike Oxsaw 2:45 Sun Oct 24
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Capitol Man 2:40 Sun Oct 24

Whatever subject you've tried to pontificate on, you've either called it completely wrong or backed the wrong/losing side.

I take your comments in that light.

Capitol Man 2:40 Sun Oct 24
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Mike Oxsaw 7:29 Sun Oct 24
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Silly me - it’s not mutually exclusive is it. Thick AND shit fisherman.

NPCMeMe 1:39 Sun Oct 24
Natural immune system is a conspiracy theory!
"Of course the vaccines work"
Beep Bloop...Some do, some don't, most have to go through a procedure involving several years of testing to see the results of what can occur to the test subject over time.

"no they don't stop you catching the virus "
Bleep Boop...calculating 2+2...Then they don't work in this instance

"but they are 97% effective"
Bloop Beep... the average healthy human has a recovery rate of over 99%... Bzzzt... 2+2=4

In other news...
With over 99.7% of adults fully vaccinated, the city of Waterford now has the highest incidence of COVID in Ireland.



joyo 1:04 Sun Oct 24
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Of course the vaccines work,no they don't stop you catching the virus but they are 97% affective and seeing as the death rates are about a tenth of what they were that is prove enough

Mike Oxsaw 7:29 Sun Oct 24
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Capitol Man 5:38 Sun Oct 24

Are you claiming that (these) vaccinations DO stop you from carrying and spreading the virus?

I think we all get that you are one of the gobby but immature posters on here that loves ,in real life being, told what to do and what "is" by other people, but kindly try to stop projecting your shortfalls onto me.

Capitol Man 5:38 Sun Oct 24
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Mike Oxsaw 5:09 Sun Oct 24
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This is the type of stuff I meant when I talked about shit fishing small cock. You’re either one thick cunt who doesn’t understand how vaccinations work, or you think you’re trying to be clever and stir the pot a bit - but you are shit at it.

What is it smells - are you thick or just shit?

lab 5:15 Sun Oct 24
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Yes ,from Life Of Brian , if you watch a little further you’ll hear … let’s face it ,it was pretty rough round here before the Romans came ,I just replaced the word Romans . Now who’s the goon?

Mike Oxsaw 5:09 Sun Oct 24
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Have people been so convinced that they won't be able to do a thing without a vaccine passport that they are resigned to obtaining one without even questioning the need?

As being vaccinated does NOT ensure that you will not be a virus carrier, their issuance can have nothing to do with preventing the spread of Covid. So, what value does it add - to any process?

daveyg 12:15 Sun Oct 24
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you goon
it was a Pun from a Monty Python Sketch, didn't think I would have to spell it out but ho hum..2021...

thecockneyboy 12:10 Sun Oct 24
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3 heart attacks at the West Brom game today.

BRANDED 11:00 Sat Oct 23
Re: This coronavirus in China
Its an email from the club

E13 Forever 10:58 Sat Oct 23
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Replying to Branded -

Where is this from. Is it for real on su day against spurs.

BRANDED 10:57 Sat Oct 23
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Holidaymakers will need three jabs if they want to travel next year, says minister

I fucking love travelling but I’ve had two jabs and a bad dose so part of me is being ground down by these cunts. I will rise again and travel the World irrespective.

Mike Oxsaw 9:31 Sat Oct 23
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"1000 more dead Russians today. Over 400 more dead Romanians", neither of which offer a clear and present danger to the UK's population or the UK's economy, the protection of latter of which I seem to recall being the key (i.e.only) reason for staying in the EU.

*continues scouring the internet, looking for anything (ANYTHING) that justifies my previous selfish actions*

Hammer and Pickle 5:58 Sat Oct 23
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1000 more dead Russians today. Over 400 more dead Romanians. Do you know what vaccination rates are like in those countries and do you know what their democratically elected governments have been saying about getting vaccinated in the media?

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