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now imagine if she had actually contracted covid
 
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She has weathered a whole range of other diseases through her life with no issues, she would probably be fine, most people under 50 have very mild symptoms.

Not surprising though, her sister ended up in hospital after her first AZ dose. Must be a genetic response, hopefully such a strong reaction means she will grow herself a better crop of antibodies than others who have no reaction.


Overall, the vaccine for <50's is simply not needed but of course people feel forced to get it
 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZqbhSh2b_PA
 
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5,522 people have died within 28 days of having a Covid-19 Vaccine in Scotland according to Public Health Scotland Daily Expose

I wonder if they took their passports to meet the good lord the savior
 
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5,522 people have died within 28 days of having a Covid-19 Vaccine in Scotland according to Public Health Scotland Daily Expose

I wonder if they took their passports to meet the good lord the savior
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According to the spreadsheet provided by Public Health Scotland; which includes the quantity of deaths by type of vaccine and the date they occurred, 1,877 deaths have been due to the Pfizer mRNA jab, 3,643 deaths have been due to the AstraZeneca viral vector jab, and 2 deaths have been due to the Moderna mRNA jab.
Ok I seriously doubt that's what the spreadsheet says.
 
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Pics or didn't happen?
 
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Ok I seriously doubt that's what the spreadsheet says.
Like anybody could read a Scottish spreadsheet.
 
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Now if you want something real to panic about:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nb9Jut6xezM

Restrictions lifted -> everyone's gathering -> everyone's getting trace alerts and told to self-isolate -> workforce shortage -> supply shortages
 
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Now if you want something real to panic about:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nb9Jut6xezM

Restrictions lifted -> everyone's gathering -> everyone's getting trace alerts and told to self-isolate -> workforce shortage -> supply shortages
orange man bad?
 
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Now if you want something real to panic about:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nb9Jut6xezM

Restrictions lifted -> everyone's gathering -> everyone's getting trace alerts and told to self-isolate -> workforce shortage -> supply shortages
brexit has caused an import/export blockage (EU lorry drivers don't want to go through the UK), and less workers to boot.
 
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Panicking over no longer panicking.
 
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I mean, it's not a genuine cause for panic, obviously.

But it's still a lot better one than vaccinations.
 
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https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/

Cases are skyrocketing, yes, but hospital admissions only had a slight incline, and deaths a very minor bump. Over two thirds of residents have received two doses, and almost 90% received at least one.

Still feels a little premature to me, but the situation isn't quite as grim as the case data makes it look. Basically, vaccines work and it's mostly minor cases now.
My question is this. What is the definition of works in this case?

My fear is this virus is never going away. The vaccinations reduce acute infections at a very high rate which is great, but does not stop the transmission from anything I have seen.

Do we have any good data on reduced length of infection. Reduced time transmission is likely? People being infected multiple times already reported.

Success to me is virus burns out because it cannot be spread any longer.

Given enough time it will continue to mutate and we will keep playing this song and dance until the end of times. What is the end game here?
 
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It's time to panic about lifting restrictions
 
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My question is this. What is the definition of works in this case?

My fear is this virus is never going away. The vaccinations reduce acute infections at a very high rate which is great, but does not stop the transmission from anything I have seen.

Do we have any good data on reduced length of infection. Reduced time transmission is likely? People being infected multiple times already reported.

Success to me is virus burns out because it cannot be spread any longer.

Given enough time it will continue to mutate and we will keep playing this song and dance until the end of times. What is the end game here?
the virus will never be gone.
the goal is to reduce it's symptoms so much, that it no longer causes such high hospitalization rates, and is just a slightly inconvenient fact of life.
as it turns out - america is seeking to first reduce the amount of republican voters before moving forward.
 
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My question is this. What is the definition of works in this case?

My fear is this virus is never going away. The vaccinations reduce acute infections at a very high rate which is great, but does not stop the transmission from anything I have seen.

Do we have any good data on reduced length of infection. Reduced time transmission is likely? People being infected multiple times already reported.

Success to me is virus burns out because it cannot be spread any longer.

Given enough time it will continue to mutate and we will keep playing this song and dance until the end of times. What is the end game here?
COVID-19 infections are rare and mild after vaccination

Less severe illness is already a huge win. Better immune response also reduces both viral load and infection length, which in turn reduces the odds of passing it on to others.

Also, it's not like the other stuff you got vaccinated against as a child isn't still around. That's why you got vaccinated against it.
 
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COVID-19 infections are rare and mild after vaccination

Less severe illness is already a huge win. Better immune response also reduces both viral load and infection length, which in turn reduces the odds of passing it on to others.

Also, it's not like the other stuff you got vaccinated against as a child isn't still around. That's why you got vaccinated against it.
Sounds promising. Hope to see that continued in larger studies.

I just catch the news on occasion and they never cover the nuts and bolts of these issues. Its all buzzwords and playing the blame game which is useless to me.
 
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I caught chicken pox as an adult (~35) is was an absolute ****er of a thing, I wasn't even aware there was a vaccine for it. Childhood diseases are not something you really consider in the normal course of life as an adult.

I had it so bad, the pain in my head made me think I was going to cark it, I went to hospital at one stage, I think it actually gave me brain damage.


definitely worse than corona, the scars are on the outside
 
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Panicking over no longer panicking.
We have nothing to panic but panic itself.
 
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