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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Hoohoo and Klondyke would...
    Better them than the poor monkeys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    I know Hoohoo
    Unlike yourself 'arry, I am located in a Thai province that has reported zero virus cases. What is your current country of residence's numbers, an upwards, downwards or flat slope?

    Currently no requirement, for a virus free test certificate, is listed in the Thai gazette for long term visa extensions. When it is I will comply as I do every year, with whatever is published and of course the individual TI officer's desires.

    Until then I will watch various vaccines performance to deliver what it says on the box. Which currently appears to be very little.
    A tray full of GOLD is not worth a moment in time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Unlike yourself 'arry, I am located in a Thai province that has reported zero virus cases. What is your current country of residence's numbers, an upwards, downwards or flat slope?

    Currently no requirement, for a virus free test certificate, is listed in the Thai gazette for long term visa extensions. When it is I will comply as I do every year, with whatever is published and of course the individual TI officer's desires.

    Until then I will watch various vaccines performance to deliver what it says on the box. Which currently appears to be very little.
    So you would only take a vaccine if it was a Visa requirement?

    You fucking bell end.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    So you would only take a vaccine if it was a Visa requirement?
    Yes. Currently it's a "clear result from a virus test" which is compulsory.

    If you want to be a guinea pig, go ahead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Yes. Currently it's a "clear result from a virus test" which is compulsory.

    If you want to be a guinea pig, go ahead.
    But it is a Russian vaccine, comrade.

    Your faith in "the lord" seems to be wavering.



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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Your faith in "the lord" seems to be wavering.
    Nope. It's currently potentially dodgy vaccines we are discussing.

    Your post is not relevant to this thread. Start a new one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Nope. It's currently potentially dodgy vaccines we are discussing.

    Your post is not relevant to this thread. Start a new one.
    How is a dodgy Russian Covid vaccine not relevant to a Covid thread you fucking numpty?

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    I don't know which is more depressing, the lack of beer or the lack of marmite.

    Fucking chinky virus, fuck off!

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    So the head of Public Health in the US is visiting Taiwan, who have done a sterling job containing the virus.

    And the silly fucking chinkies who caused this mess in the first place have the audacity to spit their fucking dummies again.

    TAIPEI: US Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar arrived in Taiwan on Sunday as the highest-level US official to visit in four decades, a trip condemned by China which claims the island as its own, further irritating Sino-US relations.

    Washington broke off official ties with Taipei in 1979 in favour of Beijing. The Trump administration has made strengthening its support for the democratic island a priority, and boosted arms sales.

    Beijing, already arguing with Washington over everything from human rights and trade to the handling of the coronavirus pandemic, has threatened unspecified countermeasures to Azar's visit. China considers Taiwan a wayward province, to be brought under its control by force if needed.

    Azar arrived at Taipei's downtown Songshan airport on a US government aircraft late in the afternoon, and was met by Brent Christensen, the de facto US ambassador to Taiwan, and by Taiwan Deputy Foreign Minister Tien Chung-kwang.

    In accordance with Covid-19 rules, there were no handshakes and all officials wore masks, including Azar, as seen in images broadcast live on Taiwanese television.

    Azar is coming to strengthen economic and public-health cooperation with Taiwan and support Taiwan's international role in fighting the pandemic.

    On Monday he will sign a health cooperation memorandum of understanding with Taiwan's government and visit Taiwan's Centres for Disease Control.

    He is also scheduled to meet President Tsai Ing-wen during his visit.
    US health chief arrives in Taiwan on trip condemned by China

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    The 20,000,000th case has been reported.

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    Europe was hot to the extreme this weekend and newspapers has shown pictures of beach goers not keeping distance to each other.
    England was in a class of its own and almost no one used a mask

    Brighton
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    Can We Fool SARS-CoV-2 With a Decoy Receptor for Cell Entry ?

    Can We Fool SARS-CoV-2 With a Decoy Receptor for Cell Entry? | Technology Networks

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    Belgian beach ban, UK and Greek cases spike: COVID-19 daily bulletin
    Updated 01:56, 10-Aug-2020


    • Two Belgian resort towns have announced measures to stop day-trippers after beach fights broke out between police and youths told to leave for refusing to respect coronavirus safety measures.

    • The UK reported 1,062 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, the first four-figure daily rise since late June and 304 higher than the 758 new cases reported on Saturday. The UK is imposing new local lockdowns in some areas amid worries over a second wave of infections.

    • Greece reported its highest daily rise in case numbers since the start of the outbreak. A government official said the 203 new cases takes the total to 5,623.

    • Paris will make masks mandatory outdoors in busy areas from Monday for those aged 11 and over, after a rise in cases. The mandatory mask zones will be regularly evaluated.

    • The Republic of Ireland reported 174 new cases on Saturday, by far the highest number since May and up from 98 on Friday and an average of 58 per day for the past week. Of the 174 new cases, 118 were linked to the three counties – Kildare, Laois and Offaly – where restrictions were reintroduced on Friday.

    • Czechia recorded its biggest daily rise in cases since 3 April, with the health ministry reporting outbreaks in a number of regions. The 323 new cases take the total to 18,060. A total of 389 people have died.

    • Germany has added regions of Romania and Bulgaria to its high-risk areas after caseload rises there. Travelers entering Germany will face mandatory coronavirus tests and, if testing positive, a two-week quarantine.

    • UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that not reopening schools in September would be "socially intolerable, economically unsustainable and morally indefensible." A recent study suggested Britain risked a second wave this winter if schools open without an improved test-and-trace system.

    • Russia reported 5,189 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, taking its tally to 887,536, the world’s fourth-largest caseload. Another 77 deaths pushed the toll to 14,931.

    • Germany's cases increased by 555 to 215,891, the Robert Koch Institute said on Sunday. The death toll rose by one to 9,196.

    • The UK medicines regulator has ordered the recall of up to 741,000 coronavirus test kits from the national test and trace program as a precautionary measure. The government had already ordered the program to stop using the kits in question, from Northern Ireland-based company Randox Laboratories.

    Belgian beach ban, UK and Greek cases spike: COVID-19 daily bulletin - CGTN

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    To be fair, it is a bit easier when you're a few small islands in the fok-end of nowhere that no one cares about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post
    To be fair, it is a bit easier when you're a few small islands in the fok-end of nowhere that no one cares about.
    Great Britain?


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    Perhaps try reading a post, before replying to it. :-)

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    Reading a post, perhaps try, before replying to it.

    Lost your sense of humor, you have

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Some just never learn.
    The funny thing is, for some reason this thing seems to be becoming a partisan issue, with republicans denying masks and social distancing and Dems embracing it. (on the whole)
    Meaning there will be a whole lot less trumpanzees voting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    The COVID-2019 Thread-covid-deaths-per-million-data-jpg

    Much depends upon what and how you measure. If you look at UK deaths total for 2020 they were 65,132 higher than the 5-year rolling average, as at June 19th.
    Death rate 'back to normal' in UK - BBC News
    The government chooses to ignore that number because they don't like it, but it is a hard statistic, we can be sure beyond any significant doubt how many people died, this year and in the past. Although not every one of those 65K people might have died directly from Covid, in the absence of any other explanation it seems fair to say that they died directly or indirectly because of Covid. Some cases weren't diagnosed, some people died because other medical procedures were delayed, etc.

    The UK population is a little under 68 million. Divide the 65K excess deaths by the 68 million population and you arrive at about 956 deaths per million.

    Not a number I expect to hear from Boris.

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    Anyway the UK government doesn't like the death count so much that they are thinking of scrapping it.

    UK Covid-19 daily death count could be scrapped after 'exaggerations' found: Media, Europe News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

    Yep. That will solve everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cujo View Post
    The funny thing is, for some reason this thing seems to be becoming a partisan issue, with republicans denying masks and social distancing and Dems embracing it. (on the whole)
    Meaning there will be a whole lot less trumpanzees voting.
    It is a deep state plot to kill off republicans before the election!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    It is a deep state plot to kill off republicans before the election!
    I did read that baldy orange cunto wasn't doing anything about it because it was disproportionately killing blacks.

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