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Default COVID-19 variants from the UK, Brazil and South Africa infecting greater numbers of young people

A feature of coronavirus that emerged early in the pandemic was its
tendency to inflict serious illness and death on predominantly elderly
people or those with pre-existing health conditions.

Young and otherwise healthy people were left largely unscathed, with
many experiencing such minor symptoms – or none altogether – that they
didn’t even realise they were infected.

But the emergence of new mutations of COVID-19, dubbed ‘variants of
concern’ by epidemiologists, has changed all of that.

Dodging sickness and even death are no longer are safe bet for young
people, as countless examples internationally have shown.

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...6685f4f7787826

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A feature of coronavirus that emerged early in the pandemic was its
tendency to inflict serious illness and death on predominantly elderly
people or those with pre-existing health conditions.


Yes.

Young and otherwise healthy people were left largely unscathed,


That’s bull****. Plenty got very serious illness, but werent killed by the
virus.

with many experiencing such minor symptoms – or none altogether – that
they didn’t even realise they were infected.


That’s true of the elderly too.

But the emergence of new mutations of COVID-19, dubbed ‘variants of
concern’ by epidemiologists, has changed all of that.


Nope, they are mostly just more infectious in the case of the
kent variant and infect people who have previously recovered
from the wuhan strain in the case of the brazil variant.

Dodging sickness and even death are no longer are safe bet for young
people, as countless examples internationally have shown.


That’s bull****.

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...6685f4f7787826


The real story has been utterly mangled by some fool journo.

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A feature of coronavirus that emerged early in the pandemic was its
tendency to inflict serious illness and death on predominantly elderly
people or those with pre-existing health conditions.


Yes.


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On 4/8/21 2:54 AM, Bod wrote:
A feature of coronavirus that emerged early in the pandemic was its tendency to inflict serious illness and death on predominantly elderly people or those with pre-existing health conditions.

Young and otherwise healthy people were left largely unscathed, with many experiencing such minor symptoms – or none altogether – that they didn’t even realise they were infected.

But the emergence of new mutations of COVID-19, dubbed ‘variants of concern’ by epidemiologists, has changed all of that.

Dodging sickness and even death are no longer are safe bet for young people, as countless examples internationally have shown.

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...6685f4f7787826



Sounds like leftist fearmongering designed to keep people wearing face diapers.* The mask import business must be very lucrative.

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On 4/8/21 2:54 AM, Bod wrote:
A feature of coronavirus that emerged early in the pandemic was its tendency to inflict serious illness and death on predominantly elderly people or those with pre-existing health conditions.

Young and otherwise healthy people were left largely unscathed, with many experiencing such minor symptoms – or none altogether – that they didn’t even realise they were infected.

But the emergence of new mutations of COVID-19, dubbed ‘variants of concern’ by epidemiologists, has changed all of that.

Dodging sickness and even death are no longer are safe bet for young people, as countless examples internationally have shown.

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...6685f4f7787826



Yah, the "CCP virus" has mutated into the "UK virus" and has been detected in Michigan.

I suspect Michigan's Governor Cruella De Vil will be shutting down hair salons and indoor dining soon.


https://www.ntd.com/246-fully-vaccin...ad_594001.html



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On Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 6:36:30 AM UTC-4, jimmy wrote:
On 4/8/21 2:54 AM, Bod wrote:
A feature of coronavirus that emerged early in the pandemic was its tendency to inflict serious illness and death on predominantly elderly people or those with pre-existing health conditions.

Young and otherwise healthy people were left largely unscathed, with many experiencing such minor symptoms – or none altogether – that they didn’t even realise they were infected.

But the emergence of new mutations of COVID-19, dubbed ‘variants of concern’ by epidemiologists, has changed all of that.

Dodging sickness and even death are no longer are safe bet for young people, as countless examples internationally have shown.

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...6685f4f7787826

Yah, the "CCP virus" has mutated into the "UK virus" and has been detected in Michigan.

I suspect Michigan's Governor Cruella De Vil will be shutting down hair salons and indoor dining soon.


Oh, my God! It's the end of the world! Snowflake Jimmy will have to go back to
cutting his own hair and eating carryout! Woe! Woe! Woe!

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On Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 2:54:21 AM UTC-4, Bod wrote:
A feature of coronavirus that emerged early in the pandemic was its
tendency to inflict serious illness and death on predominantly elderly
people or those with pre-existing health conditions.

Young and otherwise healthy people were left largely unscathed, with
many experiencing such minor symptoms – or none altogether – that they
didn’t even realise they were infected.

But the emergence of new mutations of COVID-19, dubbed ‘variants of
concern’ by epidemiologists, has changed all of that.

Dodging sickness and even death are no longer are safe bet for young
people, as countless examples internationally have shown.

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...6685f4f7787826


The good news here is that while the media keeps harping on about a new surge,
for the US as a whole, so far there has only been a small blip back up and it doesn't
look like the beginning of the two previous surges. There are 5 states that are having
serious new surges, but the rest must be declining or at least not increasing.

Speaking of the media harping about the terrible new surge, that puts an end to the
Trumpets claims that the media was only covering Covid last year, making a big story
of it, to try to screw Trump.

Given where we are at, I think the US will not see a significant new surge, because
the vaccine is winning, thanks to responsible people getting it. About 160 mil doses
have been given, over 200 mil have been shipped. NJ here, about 40% have been
vaccinated. Those are serious numbers that are having an ever increasing effect.
If there was a mistake, maybe it was to not vaccinate the 20 year old dummies sooner,
because it looks like they are the ones aggressively spreading it.
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On Thu, 8 Apr 2021 07:54:00 +0100, Bod wrote:

A feature of coronavirus that emerged early in the pandemic was its
tendency to inflict serious illness and death on predominantly elderly
people or those with pre-existing health conditions.

Young and otherwise healthy people were left largely unscathed, with
many experiencing such minor symptoms or none altogether that they
didnt even realise they were infected.

But the emergence of new mutations of COVID-19, dubbed variants of
concern by epidemiologists, has changed all of that.

Dodging sickness and even death are no longer are safe bet for young
people, as countless examples internationally have shown.

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...6685f4f7787826


Try to catch up. Bolsonaro's no-mask no-lockdown policy has
created the P2 variant.
90% more infectious and 100% more deadly than the common
strains. Our ICUs are full of 30-59 year old victims.
And it appears that most vaccines can only partially block it.
But stats on that are still being compiled. Not many people here have
received 2 doses.....
Source: RIGHT WING media here in Brazil(from a recent study
published by the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation).
HTH
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On Thu, 8 Apr 2021 06:22:48 -0700 (PDT), trader_4
wrote:

On Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 2:54:21 AM UTC-4, Bod wrote:
A feature of coronavirus that emerged early in the pandemic was its
tendency to inflict serious illness and death on predominantly elderly
people or those with pre-existing health conditions.

Young and otherwise healthy people were left largely unscathed, with
many experiencing such minor symptoms or none altogether that they
didnt even realise they were infected.

But the emergence of new mutations of COVID-19, dubbed variants of
concern by epidemiologists, has changed all of that.

Dodging sickness and even death are no longer are safe bet for young
people, as countless examples internationally have shown.

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...6685f4f7787826


The good news here is that while the media keeps harping on about a new surge,
for the US as a whole, so far there has only been a small blip back up and it doesn't
look like the beginning of the two previous surges. There are 5 states that are having
serious new surges, but the rest must be declining or at least not increasing.

Speaking of the media harping about the terrible new surge, that puts an end to the
Trumpets claims that the media was only covering Covid last year, making a big story
of it, to try to screw Trump.

Given where we are at, I think the US will not see a significant new surge, because
the vaccine is winning, thanks to responsible people getting it. About 160 mil doses
have been given, over 200 mil have been shipped. NJ here, about 40% have been
vaccinated. Those are serious numbers that are having an ever increasing effect.
If there was a mistake, maybe it was to not vaccinate the 20 year old dummies sooner,
because it looks like they are the ones aggressively spreading it.


https://ourworldindata.org/covid-vaccinations

Only 19.3% of the American population has been FULLY
vaccinated.
Stay safe.
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On 08/04/2021 14:22, trader_4 wrote:
On Thursday, April 8, 2021 at 2:54:21 AM UTC-4, Bod wrote:
A feature of coronavirus that emerged early in the pandemic was its
tendency to inflict serious illness and death on predominantly elderly
people or those with pre-existing health conditions.

Young and otherwise healthy people were left largely unscathed, with
many experiencing such minor symptoms – or none altogether – that they
didn’t even realise they were infected.

But the emergence of new mutations of COVID-19, dubbed ‘variants of
concern’ by epidemiologists, has changed all of that.

Dodging sickness and even death are no longer are safe bet for young
people, as countless examples internationally have shown.

https://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/he...6685f4f7787826


The good news here is that while the media keeps harping on about a new surge,
for the US as a whole, so far there has only been a small blip back up and it doesn't
look like the beginning of the two previous surges. There are 5 states that are having
serious new surges, but the rest must be declining or at least not increasing.

Speaking of the media harping about the terrible new surge, that puts an end to the
Trumpets claims that the media was only covering Covid last year, making a big story
of it, to try to screw Trump.

Given where we are at, I think the US will not see a significant new surge, because
the vaccine is winning, thanks to responsible people getting it. About 160 mil doses
have been given, over 200 mil have been shipped. NJ here, about 40% have been
vaccinated. Those are serious numbers that are having an ever increasing effect.
If there was a mistake, maybe it was to not vaccinate the 20 year old dummies sooner,
because it looks like they are the ones aggressively spreading it.

I do hope you are right.


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