New coronavirus variant: What do we know?
20/12/2020 | news | health | 341
How has a new coronavirus variant become the most common form of the virus in parts of England?
Since you were so eager to brexit this will be a perfect opportunity Removed
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20/12/2020 23:15:35 0 0
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Will we have any allies at the end of this?
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20/12/2020 22:52:37 8 8
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And now we have the Kent mutation that is particularly virulent. Earlier lockdown (with people obeying the rules - instead of HMG’s mealy mouthed “recommendations”) might have prevented it from occurring
The kent vesion is scientifically called the rubber dingy variant Removed
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20/12/2020 23:03:55 4 1
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Yes? I heard it was called the Kipper mutation
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20/12/2020 23:02:05 3 0
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What immunity? people catch it more than once, also this strain could null the present vaccines.
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20/12/2020 22:57:57 26 31
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Lockdowns don't work ... the collateral damage to protecting 8m over 75's is ludicrous.
Your words are comparable to those of the Nazi party. Removed
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20/12/2020 23:10:53 2 3
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Literally trapped on Brexit island.

“It’s what we voted for”.
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20/12/2020 23:10:51 5 2
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Yes sadly. When the North was put in Tier 3 you didnt see us getting cars and trains down to London en masse but the selfish bar stewards have done just that. And they will still crow about how the South is better than the North - not in terms of decency and intelligence thats for sure!
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If it was my job to design a virus to be used as a weapon, I wouldn't design it to be one dimensional. I'd design it to mutate every 2nd or 3rd generation. This would defeat all attempts to produce a vaccine.

I'm not saying they released it on purpose. But they did design it on purpose. That means you can expect more variations to come. That nobody has thought about this staggers me.
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