Covid and Didier Raoult (supporter of hydroxychloroquine): analyzes on the pandemic

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Re: Covid and Didier Raoult (supporter of Hydroxychloroquine): analyzes on the pandemic




by Christophe » 06/08/23, 18:33

I was a few days in Picardy and I drank this... : Mrgreen:

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It surprises me that Zizi the Picard anti Raoult has not yet spoken about it... : roll: : roll:
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by gegyx » 06/08/23, 19:19

: Cheesy: if not, did he receive you well?
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by izentrop » 06/08/23, 22:58

Nothing to do with the subject, you will notice that the HS is your initiative
Christophe wrote:I was a few days in Picardy and I drank this... : Mrgreen:
The country of the Ch'ti was the North, not Picardy...
They are now gathered in the Hauts de France, excuse me. : Mrgreen:

Otherwise I knew Raoul well ... His most famous song:


After the third beer, we want to sing it : Mrgreen:
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by Christophe » 07/08/23, 15:53

Oh yeah he's a real guy... : Shock:

So there is Raoult from the South and Raoul from the North! : Mrgreen:
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by izentrop » 19/08/23, 08:32

No nothing ...
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by Janic » 19/08/23, 09:27

always in his delusions the izmentrop, the reality is this:

Measles deaths have increased by 50% in...

World Health Organization
https://www.who.int › ... › item
Nov 12, 2020 — The number of measles deaths worldwide has increased by nearly 50% since 2016, with 207 people dying from the disease...

Measles cases have jumped 80% globally in...

the Monde.fr
https://www.lemonde.fr › Planet › Health-environment
number of measles in the world on www.lemonde.fr
Apr 27, 2022 — Measles cases jumped 80% globally in the first two months of the year. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the...

Measles around the world in 2019

MyVaccines.net
https://www.mesvaccins.net › web › news › 15250-la-...
number of measles in the world on www.mesvaccines.net
March 5, 2020 — The three countries with the highest number of measles cases in 2019 are: Democratic Republic of the Congo (311 cases, 471 .

etc... and coincidentally, which does things so well, it is the poor countries with deficient overall hygiene that are the victims. It's like comparing apples to potatoes!
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by pedrodelavega » 19/08/23, 09:32

There is not a link pointing to the right article..... Ah it's on as remundo said you have improved..... : Lol:
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by Janic » 19/08/23, 10:17

19/08/23, 09:32
pedro el zero point
There is not a link pointing to the right article..... Ah it's on as remundo said you have improved.....
there is no intention to present a link to anything, but to point out that these diseases are fatal in countries with insufficient general hygiene. In countries where these rates are sufficient, there are only a few deaths. In addition, the medical profession pointed out, before this vaccine runaway, that this disease was generally benign, despite a few deaths! However, wanting to eliminate hot diseases means giving way to cold diseases that are much more difficult to detect and treat, such as cancers, leukemias and autoimmune diseases.
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by pedrodelavega » 19/08/23, 10:35

Janic wrote:19/08/23, 09:32
pedro el zero point
There is not a link pointing to the right article..... Ah it's on as remundo said you have improved.....
there is no intention to present a link to anything,

"Weblink".... : roll:

Janic wrote:However, wanting to eliminate hot diseases means giving way to cold diseases that are much more difficult to detect and treat, such as cancers, leukemias and autoimmune diseases.


Well then. Another incantation out of the hat.
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by izentrop » 19/08/23, 11:14

pedrodelavega wrote:There is not a link pointing to the right article..... Ah it's on as remundo said you have improved..... : Lol:
Normal, that contradicts his statements taken from the hat Image
Large-scale vaccination catch-up campaigns have been implemented in regions where measles has flared up, campaigns made difficult in the most remote areas and in areas of high insecurity (Kivu, Ituri). Despite these difficulties, 5 children aged 800 months to 000 years were vaccinated in 6.

On the African continent, vaccination coverage for the 1st dose of measles vaccine peaks at around 80% and that of the 2nd dose is very low, many countries in sub-Saharan Africa having not adopted the two vaccination schedules in their vaccination schedule. vaccine doses (WHO-UNICEF estimates) (Figures 4 and 5). Additional vaccination activities are also carried out as in Madagascar. Low vaccination coverage, socio-sanitary shortcomings, seasonal difficulties in accessing health structures and conflict situations largely explain the persistence and sometimes the importance of measles in Africa. The case of DR Congo illustrates these situations well (Figure 4). We note in this country the negative impact on the vaccination program and on the notification of cases of periods of economic and social instability and armed conflicts (1990-2002), a situation which recalls in particular that of other countries of Africa, Venezuela and Ukraine (Figure 10).
https://www.mesvaccins.net/web/news/152 ... de-en-2019

As a reminder
minimum rate of 95% (for 2 doses) necessary to control the disease and prevent outbreaks and deaths.
https://www.who.int/fr/news/item/12-11- ... es-in-2019
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