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At the same time as new, stricter restrictions are introduced for Swedish cultural life, there are many indications that Danish can avoid some of its own. On Wednesday afternoon, the Folketing may decide to lift some of the restrictions on Danish cultural life, Ritzau and Politiken state.

Minister of Health Magnus Heunicke (S) has stated for Danish TV2 that the government will prioritize a reopening of cultural life. According to Jyllands-Posten, the Advisory Epidemic Commission is in the same line.

On 17 December, Danish theaters, museums, cinemas and other businesses were decided to close completely due to the high spread of the infection.

Norwegian government are due to hold a press conference where among other things, a complete ban on alcohol sales are expected to be annunced

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Israel has joined the UK at the top of this chart. The two most vaccinated countries are now the two most infected. How strange...

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Test chaos across the country

 

Now several regions are urging you not to get tested, even though you have symptoms.

- I actually think it is deplorable, says Tugrul Yarsuvat, 61, in Avesta

 

Shortly after lunch on Monday, Avesta resident Tugrul Yarsuvat, 61, arrived at his local test station in Avesta. He has been ill over the weekend, but is starting to feel better and wants to go back to work.

But when he arrived at the test station, he was met by a sign announcing that it was closed due to limited test capacity and that he would return the next day.

 

The Dalarna region announced yesterday that there is an acute shortage of analysis capacity in the county. On Tuesday, they state that health and care personnel, and those who are included in infection tracking, are priority categories. The general public is asked to refrain from taking samples.

And it looks similar across the country.

 

he test chaos has led to regions introducing new recommendations for testing. The Västerbotten region has, among other things, urged that those who live with someone who has confirmed covid-19 and themselves have symptoms should not be tested, but instead stay at home for seven days from the first symptom.

Anyone who is positive about a quick test should not do a PCR test at all, but stay at home for seven days from the first symptom appeared.

"Today we have completely paused sampling for the public," writes Gunilla Persson, assistant infection control doctor in Västerbotten, in an email.

And Region Jönköping recommends this week those with mild symptoms or who have met someone with covid-19 who has no symptoms to wait with sampling. Even the Regions Kronoberg calls free of symptoms to refrain from testing.

According to Dagens Nyheter, Region Blekinge only encourages people who are registered in the region to test themselves there.

Most regions are careful to point out that the temporary test recommendations do not apply to healthcare staff, who must continue to provide tests.

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If you believe the Pfizer vaccine doesn't work, you are in good company. The CEO of Pfizer has publicly agreed...

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4 hours ago, Blupanther said:

My Allison is now wide awake to the truth. Everyone will eventually wake up to the PCR testing scam...

 

"My Allison"?

Erm, ok :unsure:

(**Red lights flashing**)

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5 hours ago, Blupanther said:

My Allison is now wide awake to the truth. Everyone will eventually wake up to the PCR testing scam...

 

FFS.  I know you post a lot of crap, but anyone trying to claim that lockdowns don't prevent the virus spreading are at the loony end of a group whose connection to reality is anyway pretty tenuous...

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1 minute ago, waiheke1 said:

FML.  I know you post a lot of crap, but anyone trying to claim that lockdowns don't prevent the virus spreading are at the loony end of a group whose connection to reality is anyway pretty tenuous...

The stats clearly suggest otherwise. Some simple research on your part might be the smart thing to do, instead of listening to the propaganda and lies from your cabal puppet leader. It's never been about a virus...

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5 hours ago, DC2 said:

The current thinking in the US and here is that it’s most contagious for five days, from two days before symptoms to three days after.

However, whether one can or is likely to transmit it without symptoms is disputed.  It might well need something like prolonged kissing or according to the BBC’s public information film merely breathing in “black bubbles” of Covid floating in the air unless whooshed out of a window.

Then there’s the shifting sands of testing.  Lateral Flows were initially heralded as being able to pick up presymptomatic and asymptomatic cases (when done properly) but apparently now PCRs do that better.

In short, anyone who is vulnerable, regardless of their number of jabs, would be ill-advised to go into a pub or supermarket, regardless of the vaccination status of the other people in it. And that is a microcosm of society: it should be for the vulnerable to be protected and to protect themselves.

The failure to properly inform the public and to remind them on a daily basis of the vulnerability factors and the respective risks has been the biggest mistake of the mainstream narrative.

That's what I mean though, we hear 'current thinking' and 'disputed' but two years in with the time and effort put into researching covid worldwide there must be plenty of hard evidence to come up with solid facts. 

Lateral flow tests are considered a joke by a majority of staff at our local hospital. They do suit the start of a route away from restrictions without too much loss of face for the government though. 

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We tried to warn you. It was never about a virus... 

 

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The fascists never really went away...

 

 

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Just now, Blupanther said:

The fascists never really went away...

 

 

We need to ask Clumpet how it is in an Autocracy, where you go to jail for wearing the wrong t-shirt or take a poke at the local Covid policies......we probably won't get much of an answer though, eh ? :rolleyes:

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Just now, iris123 said:

We need to ask Clumpet how it is in an Autocracy, where you go to jail for wearing the wrong t-shirt or take a poke at the local Covid policies......we probably won't get much of an answer though, eh ? :rolleyes:

I am surprised you and Allison haven't asked or made any comment though........:party:

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