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Indian Covid Variant Spread Could Delay Easing Of Restrictions, Why?

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dave50 | 07:07 Thu 13th May 2021 | News
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This was on the news this morning. I don't understand why. All the elderly and vulnerable have had the vaccine that prevents serious illness even if they do get infected, the young don't suffer from it, so what is the problem? I find it very frustrating that nobody seems to question this.

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I couldn't agree more - as long as very few people are dying from it, what does it matter? There have been bad 'flu epidemics - but, again, as long as most vulnerable people have been vaccinated and so are unlikely to clog up hospitals and die, it hasn't mattered. This whole thing has now become a ridiculous over-reaction. ' Save the NHS' was the call - OK, it's been...
22:19 Thu 13th May 2021
i know it was covered in the MSM.
these are called real life experiments
because some of tlab expts dont / havent translated to real life

( my own view is masks BUT ) - air flow - THEY think it is mainly spread by droplet, which is kinda new but some experiments wiv really cute graphics used gases like fly spray. And if you are a lab rat with a chance of being on telly - do you really say " it is about droplet and not fly spray, so really it does not apply"

You do not. You say " these are very impt expts and may well point the way...(saving lives, keeping babies alive, making a better pizza )" They keep their jobs, money pours into the lab, you cant blame them.

Transmission in dry bright sunlight is virtually zero was very slow to be noticed, even tho it repeatedly occurred in July 2020.

we are in the hands of the experts and hope they put our interests before their own ( David Cameron trump please note)
DOI - i was lab rat once. Pay is crap

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