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Re: Reintegrate caregivers not vaccinated against Covid-19?




by Janic » 22/05/23, 08:30

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A virus does not always mutate in the direction we would like
normal mutant viruses are mutineers! : Cheesy:
On the other hand, the pseudo carnival zeteticians are predictable for saying endless bullshit!
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by Exnihiloest » 23/05/23, 22:49

izentrop wrote:A virus does not always mutate in the direction we would like
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Viruses have always mutated in the direction we wanted, otherwise humanity would not be there to ask the question. But often they are in no rush to do so.
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by Exnihiloest » 23/05/23, 23:13

Big bullshit to reintegrate unvaccinated caregivers. It's not just that they put patients at risk, but when you fear drugs and modern medicine and make it suspicious of those who need it, you have nothing to do in a hospital, we recycle ourselves with bonesetters or sorcerers, there are a lot of requests from them given the drop in IQ of the French.
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by Obamot » 24/05/23, 05:54

Exnihiloest wrote:given the drop in IQ of the French.
no need to force yourself to demonstrate it at home.
Not being injected is not a political act, on the other hand the obligation to vaccinate IS the risk.
And it's the opposite, Pfizer admitted it, a proven planetary scandal: injections do not protect against transmission which on the whole poses risks without measurable benefit compared to prevention, and even worse since they not only weaken the immune system, but they give the illusion of protection. And of course you who respread stremdroate rhetoric, for you violation of the Nuremberg code is not facho!...

*(especially by neutralizing some of its defenses, since the body will then be disturbed to start fighting a toxic product produced on command by its own cells, leading to the risk of autoimmune reactions.)
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by Remundo » 24/05/23, 06:53

Exnihiloest wrote:Big bullshit to reintegrate unvaccinated caregivers.

Absolutely not, the shortage of staff is terrible, and was already alarming before the covid.
It's not just that they put patients at risk,

Which ? Those not to be sick with a negative test? While the machines thought they were knighted in contact with patients by imagining not transmitting when they were both infected and transmitters?
when we fear drugs and modern medicine and make it suspicious of those who need it, we have nothing to do in a hospital,

They are generally not afraid of "drugs" and "modern medicine"; they just have a lucid and cautious look at certain things that later turned out to be the biggest healthcare scam in history.
we recycle ourselves with bonesetters or sorcerers, there are a lot of requests from them given the drop in IQ of the French.

it is perhaps not only related to the IQ, but also to the medical authorities/institutions which have discredited themselves, therefore a carryover effect on more old-fashioned practices, especially since the "bonesetter" sometimes brings time and a human/psychological support that the "modern technician" doctor does not have the time or the inclination to offer.
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by Janic » 24/05/23, 07:17

23/05/23, 23:13
dumb
Big bullshit to reintegrate unvaccinated caregivers.
big bullshit to have excluded them in a Nazi way.
It's not just that they put patients at risk,
hospitals are places with a high risk of contamination recognized with or without these vaccinations, which are only myths for fragile minds who believe in the miracles of exclusive and totalitarian medicine.
but when you fear drugs and modern medicine
typical example of modern superstition. Most people who die are from this "false medicine" of effects, not causes.
and make it suspicious to those who need it,
except that those who need it are not the suffering, but the pharmaceutical industry which makes billions on their backs, as other religions did before.
there is nothing to do in a hospital,
hospitals were created to treat those left behind by the "rich" who could afford to pay for a doctor at home, not to enrich these same owners, nor to give them exclusive means and products, often deleterious, where these sufferers are treated like guinea pigs.
we recycle ourselves with bonesetters or sorcerers,
and there he reaches his height of imbecilities. If Western medicine were really effective, there would be no need for so-called alternative medicine because it would be integrated into it instead of excluding it. Because they alone have sufficient perspective built on many millennial knowledge among all the nations of the world and that so-called modern medicine has copied shamelessly.
there are a lot of requests from them given the drop in IQ of the French.
of which you are a ready-made example of a loser, unlike all those who still have the intelligence not to look exclusively at their navel.
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Re: Reintegrate caregivers not vaccinated against Covid-19?




by izentrop » 24/05/23, 08:51

Exnihiloest wrote:
izentrop wrote:A virus does not always mutate in the direction we would like
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Viruses have always mutated in the direction we wanted
I don't know what you're thinking, but talking about the common cold for SARS-COV2 like Guy does, we're not there yet.

Mutations have little effect if their immune escape is low, in a population already immunized by a previous infection or the vaccine, but a new, more contagious variant can still wreak havoc in frail people.
Omicron generally gives benign forms here, but we have seen what it has given in China. We also saw what happened to the Spanish flu in its time...

A new variant is skyrocketing but does not worry the specialists too much...
India has also reported a concurrent increase in COVID-19 cases since mid-February, with a daily increase in deaths since mid-March. Still, these numbers remain low compared to previous pandemic waves and before COVID-19 vaccines became available.

Dr Anurag Agrawal, Dean of Life Sciences and Health Research at Ashoka University in Haryana, India, told News18 India that this new outbreak was not really unexpected. "It could probably be due to the combination of declining immunity and a new variant, which gives an increase in cases," he said.
https://www.gavi.org/fr/vaccineswork/no ... ions-morts
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by Janic » 24/05/23, 15:00

the zmenteur is slowly turning his jacket around...always on the good side, says the singer! : roll:
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by Remundo » 24/05/23, 16:48

I hope that won't go to the end of the song about the pants :P
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by Exnihiloest » 24/05/23, 21:09

Obamot wrote:
Exnihiloest wrote:given the drop in IQ of the French.
no need to force yourself to demonstrate it at home.
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"whoever says he is"

They're still just as dumb, the service dumb.
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