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3 hours ago, Brownie said:

Devi Sridhar is boss. If we'd listened to people like her then we wouldn't be where we are now.

John Ashton and Devi have been on the fucking ball since the very beginning.

 

I reckon we could have saved at least 50k in deaths (probably more) just listening to them.

 

Even Rory Stewart who ran against Cuntson saw this coming (chilling watching this back even now):

 

 

Devi is constantly on TV channels daily. She's probably the best thing about this pandemic.

 

John's great too (lifetime Red like us) but has been less visible in the past few months.

 

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1 hour ago, Mudface said:

The US record for daily deaths is about 4800, in a country with about 5 times the population. We've exceeded that per capita rate by almost 2/3rds. Fuck me.

Makes you proud to be British, doesn't it. 

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56 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Can you be man enough to just admit we are still in the first wave and it will be over by winter for god sake 

Everybody had already had it by last April, so this must be the 'flu.

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1 minute ago, Mudface said:

Everybody had already had it by last April, so this must be the 'flu.

Fuck this I'm flying to Spain 

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3 hours ago, 1892-LFCWasBorn said:

John Ashton and Devi have been on the fucking ball since the very beginning.

 

I reckon we could have saved at least 50k in deaths (probably more) just listening to them.

 

Even Rory Stewart who ran against Cuntson saw this coming (chilling watching this back even now):

 

 

Devi is constantly on TV channels daily. She's probably the best thing about this pandemic.

 

John's great too (lifetime Red like us) but has been less visible in the past few months.

 

Fucking hell.

From 5:20 in, you're thinking "if they'd only listened to this cunt"

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Over here in the emerald Isle last week, we had the worst numbers per million in the world. If it was in China, it would've equated to 160,000 cases a day! Who do ye think ye have running ye're place. We have the tories beat hands down on incompetence. 

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22 minutes ago, Lario said:

Fucking hell.

From 5:20 in, you're thinking "if they'd only listened to this cunt"

 

Yup. If you look at the date of the updoad, it was 12th March.

 

All those poor fuckers perished that could have been saved.

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13 hours ago, Section_31 said:

Has anyone seen any research around why some people are getting really ill and some are asymptomatic? Surely that's the key to ending this. Can't think of another virus like that, to that extent anyway.

I've just started watching a documentary called 'Human Natore' from last year. I suspect it was recorded before the Covid-19 but it centred on genetics and DNA editing - a process nicknamed CRISPR. It talks a lot about viruses and vaccines and genetic codes. It's well worth a watch and this process may well have been used for the vaccine for Covid-19.

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59 minutes ago, niallers said:

Over here in the emerald Isle last week, we had the worst numbers per million in the world. If it was in China, it would've equated to 160,000 cases a day! Who do ye think ye have running ye're place. We have the tories beat hands down on incompetence. 

 

All went to fuck when Leo Varadkar got his tits out in the phoenix park. Well, that and the meat factories being allowed to push the virus about at will. 

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I see that our wonderful government have pushed the date from when arrivals to the UK will need a negative covid test back from the coming Friday to the following Monday. 

 

Knobheads. 

 

I hope this makes sense, it's late and I tried to type it out a few times but I'm tired! 

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I also see the bbc have a campaign going, begging for old tech to give to schools. Whilst any help is better than no help at all, why the fuck is nobody (especially on the news channels) hammering the government for this? Didn't they promise to fund this?

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Just to check what is people's view of where the NHS is up to in the effected areas?

 

Had a call yesterday with a number of senior professors that at the end descended into idle speculation as to the way the pandemic is being reported. Might not be the best group to ask as most of you are politically engaged.

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17 minutes ago, Moctezuma said:

Just to check what is people's view of where the NHS is up to in the effected areas?

 

Had a call yesterday with a number of senior professors that at the end descended into idle speculation as to the way the pandemic is being reported. Might not be the best group to ask as most of you are politically engaged.

 

Is senior professors' idle speculation apolitical?

 

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, Moctezuma said:

Just to check what is people's view of where the NHS is up to in the effected areas?

 

Had a call yesterday with a number of senior professors that at the end descended into idle speculation as to the way the pandemic is being reported. Might not be the best group to ask as most of you are politically engaged.

I've only had to deal with my gp because I actually had Covid (and the post-covid lethargy thats followed it) and if anything, speaking to them and getting appointments has been even easier. They understandably don't really want face to face meetings, but they always get back to my online requests the same day and I've breezed in and out of my hospital blood test appointments too. Don't know if that was the kind of answer you were after mate.

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48 minutes ago, Rushies tash said:

I also see the bbc have a campaign going, begging for old tech to give to schools. Whilst any help is better than no help at all, why the fuck is nobody (especially on the news channels) hammering the government for this? Didn't they promise to fund this?

You only have to look at Laura Kuntwatfuckingshitneadbiasedtorycuntwankertwatslutbergs tweets to know why the BBC aren't hammering the government for this. 

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1 hour ago, Rushies tash said:

I also see the bbc have a campaign going, begging for old tech to give to schools. Whilst any help is better than no help at all, why the fuck is nobody (especially on the news channels) hammering the government for this? Didn't they promise to fund this?

 

Working from home tech was almost impossible to get. My webcam broke and I went to buy one thats usually £30-40 and it was out of stock most places, or £120 the places that had it. Work ended up giving me £100 towards the home office so I got one in the end but "cheap laptops" don't really exist at the moment, especially at scale.

 

Torys are cunts by the way, but everyone IN THE WORLD wants cheap working from home tech. Not possible.

 

Repurposing what people already have (older tablets an laptops) will help in the short term.

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1 minute ago, Rick Sanchez C-137 said:

 

Working from home tech was almost impossible to get. My webcam broke and I went to buy one thats usually £30-40 and it was out of stock most places, or £120 the places that had it. Work ended up giving me £100 towards the home office so I got one in the end but "cheap laptops" don't really exist at the moment, especially at scale.

 

Torys are cunts by the way, but everyone IN THE WORLD wants cheap working from home tech. Not possible.

I don't know about bulk buying, but I've posted before that I managed to get a cheap-ish laptop for my son's birthday no problem. There seemed to be plenty in stock on whichever website I visited too.

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6 minutes ago, Rushies tash said:

I don't know about bulk buying, but I've posted before that I managed to get a cheap-ish laptop for my son's birthday no problem. There seemed to be plenty in stock on whichever website I visited too.

 

I'm sure its possible for the individual, but I don't think anyone is realistically expecting the tories to go and source/purchase/gift laptops to millions of kids when they won't even give them a whole tomato. There are more obstacles/excuses, a HUGE cost and my point (shitly made) is that THAT's why the BBC or others aren't whipping them for it.

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1 hour ago, Moctezuma said:

Just to check what is people's view of where the NHS is up to in the effected areas?

 

Had a call yesterday with a number of senior professors that at the end descended into idle speculation as to the way the pandemic is being reported. Might not be the best group to ask as most of you are politically engaged.

My mum and cousin both needed to see consultants and got appointments within a couple of weeks. I've dealt with my GP a few Times since March and it's always been remote and they tend to just give you antibiotics for everything.

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This is a reassuring piece, professor reckons the impact of vaccines will start being felt early March and will have a "dramatic" effect. Shit until then though, which we all knew sadly.

 

If it doesn't start there automatically start it at around 7.20.

 

https://www.channel4.com/news/vaccine-rollout-will-have-dramatic-effect-on-death-toll-says-cambridge-statistician

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11 hours ago, niallers said:

Over here in the emerald Isle last week, we had the worst numbers per million in the world. If it was in China, it would've equated to 160,000 cases a day! Who do ye think ye have running ye're place. We have the tories beat hands down on incompetence. 

 

HARD BORDER NOW!

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17 hours ago, Spy Bee said:

I hear there is a Brazilian variant now. Presumably it makes most of your pubes drop out, apart from a select amount in a very straight shape. 

Yeah they have known this for a while along with the SA one, these 3 variants are closely linked and oddly are all countries where the oxford vaccine trials where. 

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