London Imperial College Vaccine

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  1. dreamboy3000

    dreamboy3000 Well-Known Member

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    I would - but that’s mi brothers university.
    And he’s as daft as a brush - so I’ll pass on that.
     
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    Why Yorkshire people specifically?

    Don't they have any people closer to London to help? Are Yorkshire people more at risk? Are Yorkshire people more immune?

    so many questions about this...
     
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    Just signed up myself let's try and get back to some sort of normality
     
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    Runs int family then:p
     
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    Signed up, takes about 5 mins.
     
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    Signing up to be injected with a vaccine only months in the making (alledgedly). Beggars belief how intelligent, thinking people such as those posting above cannot see through this total and utter charade. Mental.
     
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    Haha, Neil Ferguson’s alma mater? Is it going to save twelvety four billion lives?

    I think I’m alright, thanks. Think I’ll wait for the Oxford one
     
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    He walked into that one lol
     
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    So I am confused. Why is a vaccine required for something with a 99% plus recovery rate?
     
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    Ever thought it's just because people want to help out in defeating this virus? Idotic comments from yourself.
     
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    95% recovery rate. With percentages much lower in older age categories.

    Cases with Outcome
    13,052,766

    Recovered/Discharged
    12,336,686
    (95%)

    Deaths
    716,080
    (5%)

    Source: https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/coronavirus-cases/
     
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    Calculate 1% of the earths population. There’s your answer. The deaths in the USA per head of population extrapolated across say India would be fairly devastating

    Initial studies also shows that the physical as impact of CV19 maybe life changing. So again another reason to look to vaccinate
     
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    You have missed my point. I am more than convinced that those who have signed up are doing so to help people (As they see it). My point is that the need for the vaccine doesn't exist. 99.9974% survival rate. Death figures have plummeted and that also includes the fact the numbers were vastly over-inflated. When this first kicked off the government were falling over themselves to tell the populace hoe many had died on that particular day, now you see they talk about cases, not deaths. People are being tested and coming back positive despite not being ill nor being contagious (they had covid and recovered but still have it in their system) That person would be documented as a new case and potentially go towards a local lockdown and hammer the final nails into the coffins of the small business owners.

    All this aside, answer me this...

    Covid is a form of coronavirus, a coronavirus with a death rate of sub 1%, Swine Flu back in 2010 was roughly 25× more deadly than Covid (Survival for covid is 99.9974%, swine flu was 99.9742%) Why no lockdown, destruction of the economy, removal of medical treatment for nursing home clients when Swine flu came about? Why no lockdown in January 2018 when excess deaths from flu peaked at 11,000 in one week? Not a mention of it at the time in the media. If the media hadn't hyped Covid you wouldn't have even known it was here. It is being hyped to scare the sh*t out of everyone so they conform and get the vaccine and the associated digital vaccination passports (control).

    To summarise, it is turkeys voting for christmas, and putting the oven on themselves. I just despair as to where our usual Yorkshire nouse and ability to smell BS has gone, our grandfathers and theirs would not have worn this utter crap, but today, out of fear the masses blindly don their masks, keep 2 metres away from eachother, follow arrows on the floor like children. I'm so frustrated and angry I could explode.
     
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    If someone handed you a gun with a hundred chambers and one bullet loaded would you put it to your head and pull the trigger?
    Actually, scrub that...you're clearly daft enough that you would.
     
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    They've already got control no need for the big charade that you think COVID is.
     
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    i find it very hard to justify pushing back against developing a COVID vaccine. I thought the logic stacked up obviously but maybe not for some. I certainly wouldn't be happy or accept 1 in 20 people in my family dying through covid (taking 5%). Remember this rate is lower as medical treatment has been administered which in itself is an argument that improving the medical treatment ie a vaccine is worthy. In addition we may see more diverse streams of COVID. In fact COVID19 itself is one. So doing nothing to develop vaccines means we may be unprepared and many years away of developing varients to combat new forms. If cost is an argument then the 100% infected and cost of care vs vaccine development has to be evaluated. I dont know figures but without the economical impact the care and emergency services, reduced support to other illnesses alone must outweigh the cost of a vaccine.
     
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    I would imagine it's to do with the prevalence of the virus 'in the wild' in Yorkshire. Pointless giving folk a vaccine if there's no covid in their location, impossible to work out if it's effective or not.
     

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