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After the covid clean up, a dip in mortality rate is a logical conséquence, surely... many of the fragile all went in one go instead of over a time spread.

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3 hours ago, Anna66 said:

So 'may' be spreading and is 'likely' to spread but the risk is low. 

More fear porn from the despicable legacy media methinks.

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I would never look to The Fail for actual information. I am an unapologetic snob when it comes to the British gutter press. 

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12 hours ago, optimista said:

I would never look to The Fail for actual information. I am an unapologetic snob when it comes to the British gutter press. 

That´s not being a snob,that´s called having a brain.

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" Etwa 300 Krankenschwestern, Pfleger und Therapeuten hatten am Rande der Gesundheitsministerkonferenz in Magdeburg für mehr Personal und bessere Patientenversorgung demonstriert. Auch ungeimpfte Pflegekräfte nahmen an der Demo teil. Ihnen rief Lauterbach zu: „Ihre Arbeit hat keinen Beitrag geleistet!“ Daraufhin wurde er massiv ausgebuht und zeitweise von einem Pfeifkonzert übertönt."

https://www.berliner-zeitung.de/news/ungeimpftlage-eskaliert-eklat-bei-karl-lauterbach-demo-verdi-li.239405

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1 hour ago, Mr.Bear said:

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 I hope the people who pushed this dreadful policy of impfpflicht are punished at the elections. 

 

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At last, when I go back to Sweden, I can have my fourth covid vaccination. Been waiting, because you have to have to wait four months after the third. And yes, I'll have have more, if available, because I want to protect myself and others. 

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5 hours ago, Elljay said:

At last, when I go back to Sweden, I can have my fourth covid vaccination. Been waiting, because you have to have to wait four months after the third. And yes, I'll have have more, if available, because I want to protect myself and others. 

You'll definitely need another one because after 4 months,  the efficacy is so poor that it will be as if you're unvaxxed. 

And thanks for helping to protect me.  How very kind of you. 

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8 hours ago, Elljay said:

At last, when I go back to Sweden, I can have my fourth covid vaccination. Been waiting, because you have to have to wait four months after the third. And yes, I'll have have more, if available, because I want to protect myself and others. 

 

 

You can use my share also.

Because I was infected 2 weeks ago now I have that natural immunity and I don't need a vaxx anymore.

Good luck with it.

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12 minutes ago, Mr.Bear said:

You can use my share also.

Because I was infected 2 weeks ago now I have that natural immunity and I don't need a vaxx anymore.

Good luck with it.

 

I had covid last week, for the second time. Natural immunity isn't all that it's cracked up to be.

Good luck with it.

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The 19 year old niece of a friend (very fit and healthy) had it twice even though she had been double vaccinated. The first time she had very high fever (above 40°C), the second time it was much milder. This is what you'd expect. My guess is that she had had a much bigger problem had she not been vaccinated.

I personally had my 5th injection 12 days before travelling (as my 2nd booster had been 5 months ago). Not sure if it was a good idea, but I wanted at least decent antibody levels before exposing myself to the risk of travelling and meeting family members who belong to the higher risk group, and for a few weeks it should lower the risk of infection.

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The United States’ newly dominant Omicron subvariants, BA.4 and BA.5, are evading vaccine and infection-acquired immunity, scientists have found.

The subvariants recently caused a fresh wave of infections in South Africa, and are pushing the U.K. to the brink of another wave of the disease.

BA.5 recently became the dominant subvariant in the U.S., accounting for almost a quarter of COVID infections last week, while BA.4 made up just over 11% of new cases, CDC data showed.

 

 

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37 minutes ago, jeba said:

The 19 year old niece of a friend (very fit and healthy) had it twice even though she had been double vaccinated. The first time she had very high fever (above 40°C), the second time it was much milder. This is what you'd expect. My guess is that she had had a much bigger problem had she not been vaccinated.

That's exactly what it is... a guess.  You have no way of knowing how she would've reacted.  Given she's under 20 and fit and healthy,  my guess is that the outcome would have been exactly the same if not better. 

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59 minutes ago, fraufruit said:

 

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You should tell that to all the crazy people that keep getting boosted.

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To be fair, I wouldn't call people who get boosted "crazy". They are just following the official guidance.

Then the message is conveyed relentlessly that anything going against the official guidance, or which even raises doubts about it, is "anti-vax misinformation".

 

Unfortunately, the official guidance doesn't mention some of the risks that are becoming more and more apparent as time goes on...

 

"There are multiple working hypothesis for why there is the appearance of negative effectiveness of these genetic inoculations for preventing COVID-19 disease. Examples include;

  1. Antibody Dependent Enhancement (ADE).

  2. Other forms of Vaccine-enhanced Disease (VAED).

  3. Vaccine-induced acquired immunodeficiency (VAIDS) of one type or another.

  4. Evolution of SARS-CoV-2 in the context of widely deployed leaky vaccines to select for variants which will escape the pressure of vaccine-induced immune responses.

  5. Antigenic or immune imprinting, otherwise known as “Original Antigenic Sin”."

https://rwmalonemd.substack.com/p/immune-imprinting-comirnaty-and-omicron

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