Coronavirus 2020

coronavirus

#5148

So…it looks like the Gardai and Government have given the OK for outdoor drinking (despite the fact that drinking in public is prohibited in many council areas.)

Note: Takeaway pints were never prohibited under Level 5. It’s the location of consumption that is at issue. See you at the Dropping Well!


However, in recent weeks, the sale of takeaway pints has crept back in across the country in anticipation of restrictions on people meeting outdoors being relaxed from today.

The easing of restrictions on socialising outdoors, along with weather conditions improving, is expected to lead to more people drinking alcohol in parks and streets.

Takeaway pints bought from pubs and restaurants must be consumed at least 100m away from where they were purchased.


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#5150

Coronavirus is so small it can only be seen using an electron microscope. This is a well known fact and nobody disputes it.
How many electron microscopes are there in this country?
How many of the electron microscopes in this country have developed images of the coronavirus?
Where can members of the public view those images?


#5151

This time last year there was a panic about the lack of respirators available in the hospitals as it was expected that many tens of thousands of patients would require ventilation for the effects of covid.
Scores of companies set up emergency production lines to make as many as possible…

Did any ever get made?
Did they ever get used?
Where are they now?

:thinking:


#5152

imaging with a scanning electron microscope yet another general circulation corona virus, there are many dozens, not just in humans, tells you nothing new. So really no point doing it. Its just a corona like blob on the screen. The only bit that matters is the genetic sequence and physical folding folding of the RNA. SARs CoV 2 is little different from SARs 1 genetically and the bits that are different are mostly the bits that look suspiciously like they were inserted by a Level 4 Lab somewhere. Natural viral mutations in accommodating weasels and civets only get you so far.

So a snapshot of the virus does not matter, you just an accurate sequence of the RNA. Of which there are many dozens by this stage.


#5153

Sure lets have another poll, after two weeks of incredible propoganda and revelations about the nature of reality, it’s time once more to exercise your right to vote. :ninja:

POLL > Do you plane to take the FREE injection?


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#5155

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/decapitated-baby-doctor-mothers-womb-delivery-death-vaishnavy-laxman-tribunal-ninewells-hospital-a8344696.html


#5156

Interesting review from Tucker


#5157

Archive link: https://archive.is/DHFvy

We did know last summer that deaths with, not just from, COVID we’re counted.

Archive link : https://archive.is/B3psC

Back in the news cycle though :crossed_fingers:


#5158

There are going to be a hell of a lot of people at he end of this queue!


#5159

Looks like they’re all on message this morning Dr. Varadkar reported with same headline.

Panic?

Have the early reports of loved ones dropping likes flies not long after getting injected scared enough who were previously onboard.

It is clear the aim is to capture the entire population of Ireland.

You are under attack from the provid regime 24/7.

This is a WAR.

People with notions of their recent past life are the enemy.


#5160

I’m going to ask for Covivac :innocent:


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#5162

“A likely scenario is that there will be likely a need for a third dose, somewhere between six and 12 months and then from there, there will be an annual revaccination, but all of that needs to be confirmed,” he said, adding that variants will play a “key role.”

They would make billions every year at that rate


#5163

This was always a given. Any human corona virus vaccine was unlikely to have higher efficacy or length of protection than the flu shot. Which is annual and low / no efficacy for those over 55.

Actually it would save billions p.a for Western Governments. So a de-facto mandatory annual “vaccination” that pretty much only kills a few percent of very old fail people in care homes ever year for a disease that has a lower mortality risk for < 65’s in the general population than Influenza. After a few years of these annual “vaccinations” it would quickly clear out almost all of the most expensive of the old people to house and keep alive. At least for the state.

Sounds like a win/win situation for government finances. A very clean and efficient way of killing off all those pesky old people. The perfect way to kill off people with dementia. The most expensive people to care for.


#5164

Just seen on twitter. Interesting “Hope-Simpson” curves looking at infuenza seasonal curves vs latitude. Over 50 years old apparently, but new to me!


#5165

There is a fascinating history regarding the lack of seasonality in the tropics and subtropics with influenza and the common cold. I use it to illustrate how most medical researchers, like most people in the bio-sciences, are not strong on causality chain reasoning.

Most of these infections are transmitted due to exposure to high densities of infectious airborne particles. Now sneezing and wet coughs are very obvious sources but when enclosed area environment studies are done general room density seems to be far more important than localized short term high densities when it comes to infection probability with time. Being in close proximity to a sneeze or cough seem to be less important that what happens to those particles afterwards. How good the ventilation of the area is. Air conditioning seeming to be a great concentrator of infectious particles.

Now the big difference between the tropics and temperate zone is the strong seasonality in the ventilation of enclosed spaces. Especially homes. Not much change year round in the tropics but not too many people keep windows and doors open in the middle of winter in the temperate zones. Summer, a very different story.

Some researchers have made the connection (many decades ago) but to most the cause of this seasonal pattern in infection rates is still a complete mystery. For some reason.

The vitamin D theory is interesting but I think very much a secondary influence. The seasonal variability in indoor ventilation and infectious particle density explanation being much simpler and more straight forward.


#5166

Interesting… I must admit I’d thought Vitamin D, temperature and air humidity played the major roles, but the curves were new to me - infectious disease epidemiology is s relatively new pursuit for a lot of us I think!

The scandis do put their babies outside in the snow (well wrapped up in prams!) for naps.


#5167

Popular uprising needs to happen; this is beyond belief.