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You won't see this on the BBC...

Luc Antoine Montagnier is a French virologist and joint recipient, with Françoise Barré-Sinoussi and Harald zur Hausen, of the 2008 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus.

 

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Does anyone remember Hancock telling us this...

 

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He can try:rofl:

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28 minutes ago, Wolfsbane said:

He can try:rofl:

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The article dates from September 2019 and relates to potential compulsory vaccination of school children in respect of child hood illnesses, like measles etc . Nothing to do with Covid and as we know children virtually never have it in serious form.

A fair point to flag up, that the Government were even considering compulsory vaccinations, but very disingenuous to crop off the date and body of the article leaving the impression that it is a Covid related article.  Nothing seems to have come of it. Bearing in mind it was in the Guardian we don’t know what else was involved. 

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Pfizer and AstraZeneca ‘highly effective’ against India Covid variant 

A Public Health England study has revealed the vaccines can be up to 88% effective after a second dose

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Covid patients currently in hospital in the whole of the UK:

908 

Going down from 941 on 17 May despite the Indian Variant.

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Moderna is now working on mRNA shots for cancers and other infectious diseases, including HIV and the seasonal flu. BioNTech, the firm that co-developed Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, is creating vaccines for cancer, HIV, and autoimmune conditions using mRNA.

Working in collaboration with the National Institutes of Health, Scripps Research, the Gates Foundation, and other partners, Moderna said it would begin testing two HIV vaccine candidates in humans by the end of 2021.

Humans will eventually become mRNA pin cushions.

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ONS: Prevalence of self-reported long COVID - it declines over time:

Over the four-week period ending 6 March 2021, an estimated 1.1 million people in private households in the UK were experiencing self-reported long COVID. Of those people, 932,000 lived in England, 56,000 in Wales, 79,000 in Scotland, and 26,000 in Northern Ireland (Table 1). Among individuals with self-reported long COVID, 697,000 first had (or suspected they had) COVID-19 at least 12 weeks previously.

This duration extended to beyond six months for 473,000 people and one year for 70,000 people.

So 473,000 have it longer than six months.

And only 70,000 longer than a year.

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/conditionsanddiseases/bulletins/prevalenceofongoingsymptomsfollowingcoronaviruscovid19infectionintheuk/1april2021#self-reported-long-covid

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Honestly I don't know who let the old man out, he's not been the same since he was vaccinated :lol:

 

 

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51 minutes ago, DC2 said:

ONS: Prevalence of self-reported long COVID - it declines over time:

Over the four-week period ending 6 March 2021, an estimated 1.1 million people in private households in the UK were experiencing self-reported long COVID. Of those people, 932,000 lived in England, 56,000 in Wales, 79,000 in Scotland, and 26,000 in Northern Ireland (Table 1). Among individuals with self-reported long COVID, 697,000 first had (or suspected they had) COVID-19 at least 12 weeks previously.

This duration extended to beyond six months for 473,000 people and one year for 70,000 people.

So 473,000 have it longer than six months.

And only 70,000 longer than a year.

https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/healthandsocialcare/conditionsanddiseases/bulletins/prevalenceofongoingsymptomsfollowingcoronaviruscovid19infectionintheuk/1april2021#self-reported-long-covid

Good to know that it's no longer than another 3 months before my chances of feeling 100% improve dramatically :t:

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55 minutes ago, dontforgetthefueltapsbruv said:

Good to know that it's no longer than another 3 months before my chances of feeling 100% improve dramatically :t:

What symptoms do you have?

Can you still work?

All the best!

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6 minutes ago, DC2 said:

What symptoms do you have?

Can you still work?

All the best!

Yep back working full time

Fatigue still an issue at times although easing. Had to cancel plans for days out this last couple of weekends as didn't feel up to it

Slept in until 10.30 yesterday and had a 2 hour kip late afternoon. Need to do listen to the body or face more serious consequences...

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7 minutes ago, dontforgetthefueltapsbruv said:

Yep back working full time

Fatigue still an issue at times although easing. Had to cancel plans for days out this last couple of weekends as didn't feel up to it

Slept in until 10.30 yesterday and had a 2 hour kip late afternoon. Need to do listen to the body or face more serious consequences...

How old are you?

Just wondering if this affects older people in the main?

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20 minutes ago, dontforgetthefueltapsbruv said:

Yep back working full time

Fatigue still an issue at times although easing. Had to cancel plans for days out this last couple of weekends as didn't feel up to it

Slept in until 10.30 yesterday and had a 2 hour kip late afternoon. Need to do listen to the body or face more serious consequences...

 

12 minutes ago, DC2 said:

How old are you?

Just wondering if this affects older people in the main?

Don't tell him Pike :lol:

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