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    Another reason NOT to get the virus.... Black Fungus


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    I have no idea what that broken grammar is supposed to mean.

    But it certainly doesn't support in any way that "By that time Europeans are already vaccinated."

    Maybe you're just a bit surprised by the numbers and don't want to admit it.
    You ever tried explaining macroeconomics to a child or a dumb ass Brit?
    Mark this thread and I will stick it in your face Nov-Dec

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    and that lasts for their lifetime
    No!

    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    so Moderna's EU production is of no use. Is that what you say?
    No! Good for export. Don't forget EU is already exporting now. Anymore questions?

    The Yankees and Brits have a lot in common. Trump and Johnson a couple made in hell!

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    India’s ‘westernism’ is its undoing in vaccine strategy

    by M. K. BHADRAKUMAR


    "A full week after External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar’s extended four-day visit to the United States, the country is still in the dark as to the Biden administration’s generosity to spare some of their surplus stockpiles of Covid-19 vaccines. We leap out of the famous Samuel Becket play Waiting for Godot — of two tramps who waited by the roadside for Godot to come and set life right, but only to realise as dusk falls that He wasn’t coming after all. The tramps leave the stage in disappointment as the curtain comes down on the stage.

    Jaishankar probably tied up the scheduling of the next Quad summit. But Serum Institute of India (SII) has been quick to draw conclusions. It has sought the approval of the Drugs Controller General of India (DCGI) to tackle the vaccine crisis by taking up mass production of the Russian vaccine Sputnik V in India!

    The SII, of course, has a massive production base for making vaccine and is already selling Covishield based on the so-called AstraZeneca vaccine (“Oxford Vaccine”), which is currently the mainstay of immunisation for Indians.

    This comes amidst reports that Britain is once again asking AstraZeneca to meet new emergencies. Prime Minister Boris Johnson is a tough leader and once he sets his eye on something, he ruthlessly pursues it even if it draws the blood of Europeans or Indians. He bluntly admitted during a Zoom meeting with Tory MPs in March, “The reason we have the vaccine success is because of capitalism, because of greed, my friends.”

    They will never agree on waiver of IP rights. Whoever put this idea into the Indian calculus played tricks with the naïveté of our leadership. Taking into account President Joe Biden’s timidity and rapacity and Prime Minister Johnson’s self-centred attitude, it is just well that Modi Govt is showing signs of taking India’s vaccine strategy out of the Anglo-American basket and turning to Russia.

    But all this didn’t have to happen just this haphazard way. After all, India is well aware of the great Soviet legacy in vaccine research and development. An alert government in Delhi should have begun government-to-government discussions with Moscow the moment it came to know that Russians were developing a vaccine. That is to say, almost an year’s time has been lost.

    All the pin-pricking today by state governments that the Centre should procure the vaccine from abroad, that it should be freely supplied, blah, blah, would have been avoidable. The Russians do not have a problem to deal directly with the Indian end-user, either. Going one step further, Delhi could have encouraged the state governments to act boldly to set up their own manufacturing base for Sputnik V.

    Delhi could have even promoted such initiatives by providing funds. Indeed, this is not a matter of self-sufficiency alone. India also could have realised its dream to be the “world’s pharmacy”. But all this needed commitment and vision both at the central and state level.

    On the contrary, our elite, besotted with America and Britain, instead had their eyes cast on the vaccines developed in those two countries. That is, despite the gory past of the western pharmaceutical companies as blood suckers and predators in their propensity to make fortunes out of human disease, the government put all its eggs in the Anglo-American basket. This mishap is emblematic of our elite’s sickening pro-western mindset.

    Come to think of it, even if Biden shares with us some of his extra vaccines, what does it add up to? Some 20 million doses? Our EAM made this transatlantic journey to arrange 10 million doses of vaccine for his country of 1400 million! America’s utility in the era of lockouts probably begins and ends with providing a decent haircut, perhaps — but not for supplying vaccines. Yet, our local choir groups would have us believe that America is about to rescue India from the pandemic!

    India could have taken to mass production of Sputnik V at least 6 months ago when the vaccine’s financial backers and developers announced in Moscow that they were keen to win global market share and touted the international price for Sputnik V as competitive.

    Kirill Dmitriev, head of Russia’s RDIF sovereign wealth fund, disclosed at November briefing that Russia (which has a limited production base) was keen to collaborate with foreign partners; that over 50 countries had made requests for more than 1.2 billion doses; and, importantly, that the supplies for the global market would be produced by foreign partners. He mentioned India amongst potential partners.

    Some enterprising Indian companies indeed made a beeline to Moscow and negotiated collaboration agreements. Production of Sputnik V may soon start. Which is a good thing. But precious time has been lost even as India is racing against time to prepare for the Third Wave, which is already at the gates.

    Indeed, since the Sputnik V was developed by the renowned state institution Gamaleya National Center and marketed by the RDIF (which comes directly under the Kremlin’s supervision), this topic should and could have been prioritised by PM for a call with President Vladimir Putin.

    What all this shows is the absence of a well-thought out holistic strategy. Resources were never the problem but lack of political will. The Supreme Court has touched the core issue by demanding to know what the government has done with the Rs 35000 crores earmarked for vaccines in the budget.

    In strategic terms, the government is being exceedingly foolish in not having the big picture. The pandemic is not only a matter of public health but also threatens to destroy the Indian economy, with unthinkable consequences for future generations.

    Unless we arrest the pandemic now, India’s ambitions to rise as a great power are doomed. The country is recording its worst economic performance in more than four decades. The second wave of pandemic has mortally wounded the prospects of an economic recovery.

    The record daily infection cases and fatalities and lockdowns combine with an exasperatingly slow vaccination drive to disrupt industrial supply chains and undermine the country’s goal of becoming a manufacturing power.

    Until the beginning of this year, economists and international financial institutions still generally believed that India would become one of the fastest-growing economies in the post-pandemic era. But these projections are now up in the air."

    https://www.indianpunchline.com/indi...cine-strategy/
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    Poor Indians. They've got wankers like this trying to get their country to saddle them with shitty Russian vaccines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HermantheGerman View Post
    You ever tried explaining macroeconomics to a child or a dumb ass Brit?
    Mark this thread and I will stick it in your face Nov-Dec
    Stick it in someone's else's face you raging homosexual. Buttplug is back, he might take you up on your offer.
    Last edited by harrybarracuda; 04-06-2021 at 06:37 PM.

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    The US has announced the destination of the first 25 million doses. No doubt the chinkies will be snivelling again, possibly along with the blue suede shoes. Maybe even Vlad will join in.

    Approximately 6 million for South and Central America to the following countries: Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru, Ecuador, Paraguay, Bolivia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Panama, Haiti, and other Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries, as well as the Dominican Republic.

    Approximately 7 million for Asia to the following countries and entities: India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Maldives, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Laos, Papua New Guinea,
    Taiwan, and the Pacific Islands.

    Approximately 5 million for Africa to be shared with countries that will be selected in coordination with the African Union.

    Approximately 6 million will be targeted toward regional priorities and partner recipients, including Mexico, Canada, and the Republic of Korea, West Bank and Gaza, Ukraine, Kosovo, Haiti, Georgia, Egypt, Jordan, India, Iraq, and Yemen, as well as for United Nations frontline workers.

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    Chiang Mai has opened a website for foreigners to register for vaccination.

    Chiang Mai's provincial permanent secretary, Kanok Sriwichainan, on Thursday announced that foreigners, who haven't registered for the Covid-19 vaccination via the Mor Prom app, can now register via the Kampang Wiang (Wall of Chiang Mai) website (The Wall of Chiang Mai : "ก๋ำแปงเวียง" กำแพงเมืองเชียงใหม่ (Covid-19 Vaccine)) and enter their passport number to book Sinovac or AstraZeneca vaccines.
    Jab website opens for expats in North

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Approximately 6 million for South and Central America to the following countries: Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru, Ecuador, Paraguay, Bolivia, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Panama, Haiti, and other Caribbean Community (CARICOM) countries, as well as the Dominican Republic.
    For how many millions?
    Maybe even Vlad will join in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Maybe even Vlad will join in.
    .....
    Sputnik V doses bought from Russia 2021, by country

    Published by Statista Research Department, May 25, 2021
    Russia was to export 250 million doses of the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine Sputnik V to India, which was among the major planned producers of the vaccine. In total, Indian companies planned to produce 852 million doses of Sputnik V in 2021. Furthermore, Mexico ordered a total of 24 million doses of the vaccine. Sputnik V was authorized in over 60 countries worldwide as of May 2021. Russia applied for the vaccine approval in the European Union in January, while several EU countries approved its use earlier, such as Hungary or Slovakia.
    • Sputnik V vaccine exports from Russia by country | Statista

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    Poor Nepalese.

    China will provide 1 million doses of a COVID-19 vaccine to Nepal, its ambassador said on Wednesday, as authorities in the Himalayan country scramble to secure shots amid a surge in infections that has overwhelmed its rickety health system.
    China to gift 1 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Nepal | Reuters

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    China's COVID-19 vaccines don't appear to be effective at preventing outbreaks in the real world

    The World Health Organization recently granted emergency use approval to China's Sinopharm and Sinovac COVID-19 vaccines, but the countries that have put the Chinese-made vaccines in the arms of their residents are reporting mixed results, at best.

    "In the Seychelles, Chile, and Uruguay, all of whom have used Sinopharm or ... Sinovac in their mass vaccination efforts, cases have surged even as doses were given out," The Washington Post reports. And in Bahrain, one of the first countries to embrace the Sinopharm shot, The Wall Street Journal adds, "daily COVID-19 deaths have leapt to 12 per million people in recent weeks — an outbreak nearly five times more lethal than India's — prompting the island nation's government to shut down shopping malls and restaurants in an effort to limit the spread."

    Dr. Waleed Khalifa al Manea, Bahrain's undersecretary of health, told the Journal that the recent upsurge in cases "came mainly from family gatherings — we had Ramadan, which is a very social event in Bahrain," but he also said the country is urging older people and those with chronic illness to get a six-month booster shot with the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Bahrain and the neighboring United Arab Emirates started offering booster shots in late May "after studies showed that some of those vaccinated had not developed sufficient antibodies," the Post reports.

    "In Dubai, the most populous of the seven members of the UAE, the emirate's health authorities have also quietly begun revaccinating with Pfizer-BioNTech those residents who had been fully inoculated with Sinopharm," the Journal reports.
    https://news.yahoo.com/chinas-covid-...123035757.html

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    That’s not good news at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    That’s not good news at all.
    It's not even news. We've known it a long time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    It's not even news. We've known it a long time.
    Yeah, and the phuket “sandbox” proposal is based largely on the local population being “vaccinated” with the shit.

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    Government Seeks 25 Million Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine from Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson

    BANGKOK (NNT) - The government is negotiating to buy 25 million doses of COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, to meet the target of administering 100 million shots by the end of the year.


    Department of Disease Control (DDC) Director-General Dr. Opas Karnkawinpong said the procurement of 8 million more doses from Sinovac, and the 25 million from Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson, will make the 100-million target achievable.


    He said, following the start of the nationwide vaccination program on June 7, the department will initially allocate supplies on a weekly basis to those areas most in need, until shipments begin to arrive more frequently.


    Dr. Opas added that a further 1.8 million doses from AstraZeneca arrived yesterday, which will be rushed to areas where there has been a significant shortfall. In addition, 1.5 million doses of Sinovac’s version will be delivered as mass vaccination begins.

    National News Bureau Of Thailand

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    America’s utility in the era of lockouts probably begins and ends with providing a decent haircut, perhaps — but not for supplying vaccines.


    Good article. India at one time was much more closely aligned with Russia rather than America, certainly in the latter Nehru era.

    Yup, get those Soviet jabs on board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Government Seeks 25 Million Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine from Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson
    I believe the appropriate phrase is "better late than never".

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    Vaccines work.

    COVID-19 cases hit lowest point in U.S. since pandemic began
    COVID-19 cases hit lowest point in U.S. since pandemic began - Axios

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    An interesting article about mRNA technology and possible applications against Flu, HIV, even Cancer.

    Grab a coffee, its worth a read.

    The mRNA vaccine revolution is just beginning | WIRED UK

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    “In Thai culture, we can smile and lie at the same time”

    After Lavish Nights of Clubbing in Bangkok, a Covid Outbreak

    BANGKOK — When the V.V.I.P. customers disembarked from their limousines at the Krystal Exclusive Club in Bangkok, young women in tiaras, angel wings and not much else sometimes greeted them.

    The V.V.I.P. clientele were whisked to the V.V.I.P. rooms, with their padded walls and plush sofas. Thai government bigwigs partied at Krystal — one of its mottos is “the luxury entertainment of night light” — as did diplomats, army officers and businessmen. For much of the pandemic, coronavirus restrictions did not stop the fun.

    But this spring, as go-go dancers shimmied, Krystal and another neighborhood nightclub, Emerald, turned into the epicenter of what is now Thailand’s biggest and deadliest coronavirus surge, according to health ministry officials. Scores of people linked to the clubs have tested positive, including an ambassador and a government minister. (The minister’s staff said that he was infected by an aide who frequented Krystal.) Police officers and women who worked at the clubs have been infected, too.

    For all the mask-wearing rigor and lockdown obedience displayed by many Thais, the abandon of a privileged few catalyzed Bangkok’s latest coronavirus outbreak, health officials said. The nightclub cluster also highlights the impunity of the rich in a country with one of the largest wealth gaps among major economies.

    Thailand went for months without a single confirmed case of local transmission, but the epidemic has now radiated from luxury nightclubs that cater to powerful and wealthy men to the warrens of slums that hug Bangkok’s highways and railroad tracks. In these cramped quarters, social distancing is impossible. Infections have also spread to prisons, construction camps and factories.

    “The rich people party and the poor people suffer the consequences,” said Sittichat Angkhasittisiri, a neighborhood chairman in Bangkok’s largest slum, Khlong Toey, where the coronavirus has infected hundreds of people.

    After recording fewer than 5,000 cases total through November, Thailand racked up more than 5,800 cases on a single day in late May. The total number of infections is now about 175,000. Gone are the days when the World Health Organization praised Thailand for its coronavirus-fighting prowess.

    Thailand’s virus surge, happening just as many Western nations approach a semblance of normalcy, is part of a late-breaking wave that has washed over much of the rest of Southeast Asia, where adequate vaccines are largely unavailable. Thailand is counting on local production this summer of the AstraZeneca vaccine by a company controlled by the country’s king. The company has never made vaccines before.

    The phuyai, as the gilded elite of Thailand are known, can book overseas tours to get vaccines unavailable at home; one $7,000 jaunt for jabs in Russia is fully booked until July. But the poor struggle. Many must wait for cots at free government field hospitals set up in stadiums or other areas. The rich with mild cases can convalesce at expensive hotels.

    “Society is very, very unequal,” said Mutita Thongsopa, a dairy company employee who came to Bangkok to support her family of farmers from Thailand’s northeast. “The phuyai destroyed the Covid situation themselves, and we, the small people, we cannot live.”

    On April 27, Ms. Mutita’s sister, Supatra Thongsopa, a 40-year-old grocery clerk at a Bangkok mall, arrived at a government testing site at 3 a.m. to secure a spot. She waited all day, then the next day and the next. As she waited, Ms. Supatra texted with her sister to complain of fatigue and stomach problems.

    She was finally tested on May 1. The result came back positive, and she died five days later. Ms. Supatra’s boyfriend, who also developed Covid-19, is still in the hospital.

    “People are dying like falling leaves,” Ms. Mutita said.

    Although a Bangkok court sentenced the managers of Krystal and Emerald to two months in prison for violating a Covid emergency decree, no one else is facing charges so far. The police say they are looking into whether prostitution, illegal in Thailand, may have occurred at the clubs. Representatives of both clubs refused to comment.

    “On the Krystal case, it is still under investigation,” said Maj. Gen. Sophon Sarapat, the commander of a Bangkok Metropolitan Police division.

    “We are waiting for the suspects to turn themselves in,” he added. “We have sent a letter to the owner of the club.”

    When cases involve high-profile tycoons or politicians, though, investigations in Thailand have a habit of fizzling. Murder charges do not materialize. Well-connected individuals slip into exile. Thailand’s three waves of coronavirus infection have crested in the shadowy zones where the rich profit from questionable businesses and defy Covid protocols.

    The first outbreak, in the spring of 2020, was traced by virologists to a Bangkok boxing stadium operated by the country’s powerful military, which makes money on sports gambling. The second cluster, late last year, was tracked by health officials to a sweatshop seafood business, which depends on immigration officers turning a blind eye to workers trafficked from neighboring countries. And the third, which has killed about 1,000 people, originated in the nightclubs whose coziness with law enforcement is an open secret.

    “In Thai culture, we can smile and lie at the same time,” said Chuwit Kamolvisit, an anticorruption campaigner and former member of Parliament. “Maybe to survive in politics, that is OK. But when it’s Covid, this is too dangerous.”

    Before he ventured into politics, Mr. Chuwit made his fortune through a collection of massage parlors in Bangkok with names like Victoria’s Secret. He said his business was greased by bribes to the police.

    “Krystal is like another Government House, because it’s so popular with those people,” Mr. Chuwit said, referring to the Italianate building that holds the offices of the prime minister and the cabinet.

    Earlier this year, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, a retired general who staged a coup seven years ago, warned that if anyone referred to Krystal as an alternate to his offices at Government House, they could face legal consequences.

    It’s hard to say how the coronavirus infiltrated Khlong Toey, where thousands of people live crowded together in slum communities near railroad tracks and a fetid canal. One origin story traces this spring’s outbreak to a woman who some say frequented various clubs.

    Another connects it to a man who met a friend who had partied in the Krystal neighborhood. When he started feeling unwell, the man quarantined in his car because he had nowhere else to go, said Mr. Sittichat, the neighborhood chairman. Still, the man passed the virus to three others, setting off community transmission, Mr. Sittichat said.

    “Officials talk about quarantine, but that’s for rich people,” he said. “Our houses are too small. We have no space.”

    In another Khlong Toey community, about 10 percent of residents have tested positive for the virus. Neighborhood officials were forced to isolate the infected behind sheets of plastic at the back of an outdoor community center.

    After suiting up in a plastic raincoat and plastic glasses to deliver water to a new batch of Covid patients, Mariam Pomdee, a community leader, handed out donated meals to residents whose food supplies were waning. With the virus spreading through Khlong Toey’s narrow alleys, employers have been shunning its residents.

    Yet the people of Khlong Toey are vital to making Bangkok run. They deliver the packages and the takeout meals, their motorbikes weaving past Mercedes tightly sealed from the heat and the haze. They build the glass-sheathed condominiums and the malls that seem to materialize like mushrooms after the monsoons. Their vast market feeds Bangkok its vegetables, fruits and wriggling seafood.

    Unemployment, already high because of Thailand’s pandemic-closed borders, has soared in Khlong Toey. To survive, some families have sold the vaccine registration cards they received as residents of a high-risk neighborhood.

    Thailand has yet to fully start nationwide mass vaccinations, and less than 2 percent of the population is fully inoculated. A few wealthy Bangkok residents have boasted on social media about buying vaccination cards from the city’s most desperate residents.

    “The rich who are already privileged are stepping on the poor,” Ms. Mariam said. “They believe their money can buy anything.”
    After Lavish Nights of Clubbing in Bangkok, a Covid Outbreak - The New York Times

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    I suppose when you're as unpopular as he is, it doesn't matter if you piss people off.

    Covid UK: Vaccinated and non-vaccinated people should have different freedoms, Tony Blair says
    Covid UK: Vaccinated and non-vaccinated people should have different freedoms, Tony Blair says | The Independent

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    An interesting article about mRNA technology and possible applications against Flu, HIV, even Cancer.
    Jeezus, hate to break it to ya: "It's not even news. We've known it a loooooong time."

    Grab a cup of coffee and a translator

    27.03.2015 - 14:30 Uhr

    Biotech-Unternehmen Curevac: Warum Bill Gates in Tubingen investiert - Wirtschaft - Stuttgarter Nachrichten

    or just google "Bill Gates Curevac" or "Hopp Curevac"

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    ....and more interesting to read

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    India’s ‘westernism’ is its undoing in vaccine strategy

    by M. K. BHADRAKUMAR

    India: Deaths 1M Pop 249
    Russia: Deaths 1M Pop 848

    Russia new cases 9163 new deaths 351

    brought to you by the maker of the first covid vaccine
    We first test it around the world before we try it ourselfs.

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