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Covid vaccination WON’T bring life back to normal
The Ghost Of LOP
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Covid vaccination WON’T bring life back to normal
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‘Why would anyone get the jab after this?’: AP criticized for saying Covid vaccination WON’T bring life back to normal

Mainstream US media is under fire for publishing an article telling Americans that life won't go back to normal even after they've been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 – and critics argue the message discourages vaccination.
In an AP article from Saturday, which has since been republished by a number of news outlets including NBC New York, medical writer Lauran Neergaard bluntly told readers not to "expect to shed your mask and get back to normal activities right away" after being "fully vaccinated against the coronavirus."

"That's going to be a disappointment, if not a shock, to many people," she added.

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https://www.rt.com/usa/516291-ap-critici...e-article/

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This is the new normal. Welcome to the new world and the new sun. The old ones have finally rotted away. They have been dead since 2012.

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The source


What’s safe after COVID-19 vaccination? Don’t shed masks yet

https://apnews.com/article/whats-safe-af...66b9cda3f8


What experts also need to learn: The vaccines are highly effective at preventing symptomatic COVID-19, especially severe illness and death — but no one yet knows how well they block spread of the coronavirus.


They are experimental vaccines
They don't know how long the protection will last
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There is ‘no credible route to a zero-Covid Britain,’ Boris Johnson says...


https://www.rt.com/uk/516299-boris-johns...-lockdown/
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It's disappearing anyway, new cases are dropping like a rock. Time to give up all this nonsense, lockdowns, vaccinations, masks, all of it.

Done. Fini.

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SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (02-22-2021 08:59 PM)
It's disappearing anyway, new cases are dropping like a rock. Time to give up all this nonsense, lockdowns, vaccinations, masks, all of it.

Done. Fini.

yes
it is dropping
but not enough to relax
it could re emerge
new variants
vaccines only work for a few variants, not all
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Coronavirus | Variants with two specific mutations may evade antibodies, says virologist Shahid Jameel

https://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/health...894768.ece


Variants of the novel coronavirus carrying two specific mutations in their spike protein may evade antibodies and make vaccines less effective, according to eminent virologist Shahid Jameel, who says the need of the hour is to improve surveillance for "homegrown" lineages of the virus.

Dr. Jameel, Director of the Trivedi School of Biosciences at Ashoka University in Haryana, said these two mutations would lead to a "drastic change" in the structure of the part of the spike protein that binds with antibodies, making vaccines less effective against such variants.


"drastic change"
those mutations are not normal/natural....
nothing is "normal" with this virus
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Variants of concern

https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronaviru...-1.5318897


B.1.1.7:

Variant B.1.1.7 was first discovered in the U.K. in December 2020. It is believed to be the first identified variant of the original SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes COVID-19.

B.1.1.7 has multiple mutations to the spike protein that allows it to bind and spread more easily than the original form of the virus. After a study conducted by U.K. scientists indicated that this variant could be associated with higher risk of death, further studies are underway to confirm that finding and to determine whether it will have any impact on the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines.

According to the Center for Disease Control, this variant has shown to be approximately 50 per cent more transmissible.

Since this variant was first detected in Canada on Dec. 28, 2020, it has become the dominant variant nationwide. B.1.1.7 is currently most prevalent in Ontario and Alberta, with 768 cases across the country.

B.1.351:

Variant B.1.351 was first discovered in South Africa and has since spread quickly around the globe.

Epidemiologists have said that B.1.351 is 50 per cent more contagious than other variants of the virus. There is no evidence that it causes more severe disease.

Similar to the B.1.1.7 variant, this one has multiple mutations to the spike protein. There are concerns that one of these mutations impacts the efficacy of some COVID-19 vaccines. A study indicates that the B.1.351 variant may reduce antibody resistance in the Pfizer-BioNtech vaccine. Moderna and AstraZeneca have shown similar results with the B.1.351 vaccine.

As of Feb. 22, Canada has 40 cases of the B.1.351 variant with most cases in Ontario.

P.1:

The P.1 variant was first identified in Brazil. It is responsible for a deadly outbreak in Manaus, Brazil, a city already hard hit by the virus in the fall of 2020.

This variant has three mutations to the spike protein. It is believed that this variant can impact antibodies from previous infection causing re-infection of COVID-19 in patients who have already had the virus.

As of Feb. 22, there is one case of the P.1 variant in Canada, in the province of Ontario.

B.1.525

The B.1.525 has similarities with both the B.1.351 variant and the B.1.1.7 variant. It was originally found in Nigeria.

This variant has a mutation on the spike protein that could allow it to spread and attach to cells in the body more easily. It could also help it evade antibodies created by previously having the virus or having had the vaccine.
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variants present new concern: WHO expert


What's the strategy for variants?

But one question that remains unanswered involves new, more transmissible variants of the coronavirus — and whether the world has done enough to control them.

"I think we are dealing with them with a lot of concern and attention, and we are increasingly able to detect them," Ben Embarek said.

"The big question is, are we good enough at handling them, or are we handling them [as we did] the first one — the original one — and taking the same strategy to control them?"

Ben Embarek said more conversations are needed about those strategies to see whether the measures put in place to curb the spread of COVID-19 can also be applied to emerging variants.


"I think it's a big question, and nobody has the answers, unfortunately," he said.
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RE: Covid vaccination WON’T bring life back to normal
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 09:03 PM)
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (02-22-2021 08:59 PM)
It's disappearing anyway, new cases are dropping like a rock. Time to give up all this nonsense, lockdowns, vaccinations, masks, all of it.

Done. Fini.

yes
it is dropping
but not enough to relax
it could re emerge
new variants
vaccines only work for a few variants, not all

There's no relaxing (freedom) in this New Normal World.

I do not label myself. What I stand for is based on my own convictions, and I don't care which box - the left one or the right one - they happen to belong.
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The threat of a third coronavirus wave has forced Boris Johnson to learn from his mistakes

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/healt...05810.html



Slow and steady wins the race – a familiar proverb that is now effectively the UK government’s strategy for defeating coronavirus and relaxing lockdown.

Prime minister Boris Johnson may have finally learned his lesson after the headlong rush into reopening shops and restaurants last year which set the foundations for a calamitous second wave that left the UK with one of the worst Covid-19 death rates in the world.

The new roadmap unveiled on Monday is a document that silently acknowledges these past mistakes and proposes a more cautious approach.

The government has listened to the scientific advisers, who wanted five weeks between each major step in order to evaluate the effect on viral transmission before going ahead with the next set of relaxations.
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RE: Covid vaccination WON’T bring life back to normal
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (02-22-2021 08:59 PM)
It's disappearing anyway, new cases are dropping like a rock. Time to give up all this nonsense, lockdowns, vaccinations, masks, all of it.

Done. Fini.

The same nonsense we used in 1918 and 1957-58 during them pandemics.

Good job you aint in charge you just let you people all get sick all at once and overload everything from Healthcare to police. Be a disaster with empty stores no logistics because sick drivers or they have family sick and with them. Utility problems because workers sick...sure it wouldn't last long a month maybe but the death toll and looting burning lawlessness in intercity's would be massive.
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RE: Covid vaccination WON’T bring life back to normal
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 11:14 PM)
SkeptiSchism  Wrote: (02-22-2021 08:59 PM)
It's disappearing anyway, new cases are dropping like a rock. Time to give up all this nonsense, lockdowns, vaccinations, masks, all of it.

Done. Fini.

The same nonsense we used in 1918 and 1957-58 during them pandemics.

Good job you aint in charge you just let you people all get sick all at once and overload everything from Healthcare to police. Be a disaster with empty stores no logistics because sick drivers or they have family sick and with them. Utility problems because workers sick...sure it wouldn't last long a month maybe but the death toll and looting burning lawlessness in intercity's would be massive.

Boris in UK made it worse though should have shut down travel from the start....Airlines are not more important than rest of industry.
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RE: Covid vaccination WON’T bring life back to normal
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 11:18 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-22-2021 11:14 PM)
The same nonsense we used in 1918 and 1957-58 during them pandemics.

Good job you aint in charge you just let you people all get sick all at once and overload everything from Healthcare to police. Be a disaster with empty stores no logistics because sick drivers or they have family sick and with them. Utility problems because workers sick...sure it wouldn't last long a month maybe but the death toll and looting burning lawlessness in intercity's would be massive.

Boris in UK made it worse though should have shut down travel from the start....Airlines are not more important than rest of industry.

all you needed then was good track and trace and protect the elderly...while rest went on with masks and social distancing...feel ill stay at home rule.
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