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Postby hover11 » October 24th, 2021, 10:36 am

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hover11 wrote:Covid will over by August guys
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So they supposed to remain doom and gloom and not have a timeline ? Canada has a clear cut timeline for opening back . No one has a crystal ball but everyone has to compromise and move on now
You honestly comparing first world countries to us just remember they have a real public healthcare system not one that can easily be put under strain when a surge hasn't even bugun. Nevertheless, i don't think this should be the priority or focus of the government of the day , how about employment for those who are still unemployed due to the pandemic, restructing the education system so a child doesn't have to be in school 5 days a week , or what about when supply constraints hit with food how are we supposed to adapt but no let's focus on party and forget everything else

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Postby adnj » October 24th, 2021, 10:47 am

NHS Lanarkshire moves to highest risk level amid "relentless" pressures

All three of the health board's acute hospitals are at maximum capacity and its emergency departments are "overwhelmed".

NHS Lanarkshire is moving to its highest risk level as it faces “critical occupancy levels across its three acute hospitals” amid continuing “unprecedented” and “relentless” pressure on its services.

Monklands, Wishaw and Hairmyres hospitals are all operating at their maximum possible capacities, and health board officials are asking families for assistance in helping to discharge patients home or to care placements.

Patients are being warned to expect lengthy waits at the area’s “overwhelmed” emergency departments, while planned operations including cancer procedures have been postponed.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/in-your-a ... k-25276812

Hospitals Had Huge Financial Losses From Lost Revenues During COVID-19 Pandemic

Nationwide, hospitals lost $1.53 billion from missed elective pediatric procedures alone, the other study investigators estimated as part of their study, for approximately the same period, March to May 2020. Hospitals were slow to make up the surgical backlog and the lost income from children’s operations, with a median, or middle, time to recovery of one year, the investigators estimated.

As COVID-19 cases reportedly continue to remain high in many states, some hospitals are again triaging cases and delaying selected operations. Consequently, the researchers said their findings demonstrate the need for better long-term planning by hospitals to prevent further shutdowns to ensure patients have access to the surgical services that they need.

https://www.eurasiareview.com/24102021- ... -pandemic/
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Postby hover11 » October 24th, 2021, 10:50 am

adnj wrote:NHS Lanarkshire moves to highest risk level amid "relentless" pressures

All three of the health board's acute hospitals are at maximum capacity and its emergency departments are "overwhelmed".

NHS Lanarkshire is moving to its highest risk level as it faces “critical occupancy levels across its three acute hospitals” amid continuing “unprecedented” and “relentless” pressure on its services.

Monklands, Wishaw and Hairmyres hospitals are all operating at their maximum possible capacities, and health board officials are asking families for assistance in helping to discharge patients home or to care placements.

Patients are being warned to expect lengthy waits at the area’s “overwhelmed” emergency departments, while planned operations including cancer procedures have been postponed.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/in-your-a ... k-25276812
Isn't the uk highly fully vaccinated ? What's causing all this, Scotland is 72 percent fully vaxxed

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Postby eitech » October 24th, 2021, 10:56 am

Well since we can always blame the unvaxxed, it’s them. And clearly people are not following protocols which seems to have taken a back seat to vaccination.

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Postby Kenjo » October 24th, 2021, 11:03 am

adnj wrote:NHS Lanarkshire moves to highest risk level amid "relentless" pressures

All three of the health board's acute hospitals are at maximum capacity and its emergency departments are "overwhelmed".

NHS Lanarkshire is moving to its highest risk level as it faces “critical occupancy levels across its three acute hospitals” amid continuing “unprecedented” and “relentless” pressure on its services.

Monklands, Wishaw and Hairmyres hospitals are all operating at their maximum possible capacities, and health board officials are asking families for assistance in helping to discharge patients home or to care placements.

Patients are being warned to expect lengthy waits at the area’s “overwhelmed” emergency departments, while planned operations including cancer procedures have been postponed.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/in-your-a ... k-25276812

Hospitals Had Huge Financial Losses From Lost Revenues During COVID-19 Pandemic

Nationwide, hospitals lost $1.53 billion from missed elective pediatric procedures alone, the other study investigators estimated as part of their study, for approximately the same period, March to May 2020. Hospitals were slow to make up the surgical backlog and the lost income from children’s operations, with a median, or middle, time to recovery of one year, the investigators estimated.

As COVID-19 cases reportedly continue to remain high in many states, some hospitals are again triaging cases and delaying selected operations. Consequently, the researchers said their findings demonstrate the need for better long-term planning by hospitals to prevent further shutdowns to ensure patients have access to the surgical services that they need.

https://www.eurasiareview.com/24102021- ... -pandemic/

Isn’t the UK a first world country ?

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Postby adnj » October 24th, 2021, 11:38 am

Kenjo wrote:
adnj wrote:NHS Lanarkshire moves to highest risk level amid "relentless" pressures

All three of the health board's acute hospitals are at maximum capacity and its emergency departments are "overwhelmed".

NHS Lanarkshire is moving to its highest risk level as it faces “critical occupancy levels across its three acute hospitals” amid continuing “unprecedented” and “relentless” pressure on its services.

Monklands, Wishaw and Hairmyres hospitals are all operating at their maximum possible capacities, and health board officials are asking families for assistance in helping to discharge patients home or to care placements.

Patients are being warned to expect lengthy waits at the area’s “overwhelmed” emergency departments, while planned operations including cancer procedures have been postponed.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/in-your-a ... k-25276812

Hospitals Had Huge Financial Losses From Lost Revenues During COVID-19 Pandemic

Nationwide, hospitals lost $1.53 billion from missed elective pediatric procedures alone, the other study investigators estimated as part of their study, for approximately the same period, March to May 2020. Hospitals were slow to make up the surgical backlog and the lost income from children’s operations, with a median, or middle, time to recovery of one year, the investigators estimated.

As COVID-19 cases reportedly continue to remain high in many states, some hospitals are again triaging cases and delaying selected operations. Consequently, the researchers said their findings demonstrate the need for better long-term planning by hospitals to prevent further shutdowns to ensure patients have access to the surgical services that they need.

https://www.eurasiareview.com/24102021- ... -pandemic/

Isn’t the UK a first world country ?
Same problems in some US states, UK and EU.

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Postby paid_influencer » October 24th, 2021, 11:50 am

adnj wrote:Oct 22, 2021

CDC director: U.S. may change definition of "fully vaccinated" as boosters roll out

Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Friday the U.S. "may need to update" its definition for what it means to have full vaccination against COVID.

The big picture: The CDC and the FDA have officially approved boosters with every authorized vaccine in the U.S. for people who meet specific requirements. Walensky explained that since not everyone is eligible for a booster, the definition has not been changed "yet."

Currently, the CDC's definition is the following: "Fully vaccinated persons are those who are ≥14 days post-completion of the primary series of an FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine."

What they're saying: "We have not yet changed the definition of 'fully vaccinated.' We will continue to look at this. We may need to update our definition of 'fully vaccinated' in the future," Walensky said during a press briefing.

She also encouraged those eligible to get boosters: "If you're eligible for a booster, go ahead and get your booster," she said.

https://www.axios.com/cdc-fully-covid-v ... 9a573.html


we probably going to move away from "fully-vaccinated" to something like "currently vaccinated" for things like international travel, private medical care, etc.

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Postby st7 » October 24th, 2021, 12:19 pm

hover11 wrote:
adnj wrote:Unvaccinated people will likely catch COVID every 16 months on average, study finds

Since COVID-19 hasn’t existed for enough time to perform a longterm study, researchers led by Jeffrey Townsend, Yale professor of biostatistics, examined reinfection in a close viral relative to replicate the immune system’s response, according to the Yale Daily News.

“The overall goal of the study was to provide an answer to a question that at this point in the pandemic would be impossible to answer empirically, which is how long after you’ve been infected by SARS-CoV-2 can you expect to possess immunity against the virus before you become vulnerable to reinfection?” co-author Hayley Hassler, a research associated at the Yale School of Public Health, told the paper.

The findings contradict the notion that recovering from COVID-19 will guarantee a lifetime of protection from the virus.

https://whnt.com/news/unvaccinated-peop ... udy-finds/
Strange since this pandemic began I never had covid and I just follow the protocols and it's been over 16 months


shifting them goalposts as normal frother

hover11 wrote:I probably had covid and didn't even know it


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Postby eitech » October 24th, 2021, 12:34 pm

They still encouraging ppl to get vaccinated which is all good I guess, but whichever vaccine you get now, one shot or two shot, you still have a waiting period before you are considered fully vaccinated. And according to most recent media release there are 616k people who have taken one shot so far of a two shot regime.

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Postby adnj » October 24th, 2021, 1:15 pm

WHO says COVID may have killed 180,000 health workers

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has estimated between 80,000 and 180,000 healthcare workers have died worldwide due to COVID-19, warning of the danger of burnout, anxiety and fatigue as the virus continues to spread around the world.

“These deaths are a tragic loss,” the WHO said on Thursday, as it released the data covering the period between January 2020 and May 2021. Total known deaths from COVID-19 stood at 3.45 million over the same period.

“They are also an irreplaceable gap in the world’s pandemic response.”

About 135 million people are thought to work in healthcare worldwide.

Workers in clinics and hospitals have been on the pandemic’s front lines since the first COVID-19 cases emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan in late 2019 and, while many are suffering from exhaustion and anxiety, there is little sign that the disease has run its course.

https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2021/10/ ... th-workers

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Postby adnj » October 24th, 2021, 1:20 pm

aaron17 wrote:https://guardian.co.tt/news/crisis-looms-as-icu-hdu-levels-at-dangerous-point-6.2.1404023.05b625c1b6
The peak number of ICU patients is projected to be 30% higher than peak of the May/June wave.
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Postby hover11 » October 24th, 2021, 1:24 pm

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aaron17 wrote:https://guardian.co.tt/news/crisis-looms-as-icu-hdu-levels-at-dangerous-point-6.2.1404023.05b625c1b6
The peak number of ICU patients are projected to be 30% higher than peak of the May/June wave.
Haven't we heard this song before, 5 more days till health system collapses and then by the fifth day they simply opened hospital tents by the stadium , doom and gloom about the health system will collapse just more fear mongering

If ICU is up to dangerous levels why send young kids back to school and bring out the entire public service to further strain the system? Makes no sense at all unless it's just to get more ppl vaccinated

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Postby DMan7 » October 24th, 2021, 2:01 pm

Yes it is a ploy to get more people vaccinated, you are right hoover. Soooo when you getting your shot Mr. Flip Flooper?

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Postby hover11 » October 24th, 2021, 2:04 pm

DMan7 wrote:Yes it is a ploy to get more people vaccinated, you are right hoover. Soooo when you getting your shot Mr. Flip Flooper?
When the sheit hits the fan here

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Postby paid_influencer » October 24th, 2021, 4:27 pm

hover11 wrote:If ICU is up to dangerous levels why send young kids back to school and bring out the entire public service to further strain the system? Makes no sense at all unless it's just to get more ppl vaccinated


official position is covid done, open up

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Postby hover11 » October 24th, 2021, 4:37 pm

Hmm
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Postby aaron17 » October 24th, 2021, 4:39 pm

hmm??

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Postby redmanjp » October 24th, 2021, 10:32 pm

hover11 wrote:
DMan7 wrote:Yes it is a ploy to get more people vaccinated, you are right hoover. Soooo when you getting your shot Mr. Flip Flooper?
When the sheit hits the fan here


that will be to late. the vax is not a treatment- even though some dumb covid patients in the US were asking for it when they reach hospital with covid :lol:

even if u took it today u have to wait 5-6 weeks for full immunity to kick in- 3-4 weeks till 2nd shot then 2 weeks for that to become effective. a lot could happen in 6 weeks- we can have a major wave of infections and u can get infected in between shots.

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Postby st7 » October 25th, 2021, 1:49 am

redmanjp wrote:
hover11 wrote:
DMan7 wrote:Yes it is a ploy to get more people vaccinated, you are right hoover. Soooo when you getting your shot Mr. Flip Flooper?
When the sheit hits the fan here


that will be to late. the vax is not a treatment- even though some dumb covid patients in the US were asking for it when they reach hospital with covid :lol:

even if u took it today u have to wait 5-6 weeks for full immunity to kick in- 3-4 weeks till 2nd shot then 2 weeks for that to become effective. a lot could happen in 6 weeks- we can have a major wave of infections and u can get infected in between shots.


leave him nah. he know better than we. he done say he not getting covid, so idk why he looking to get the vaccine? money really trumps morals huh... man went BigPharma on we

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Postby hover11 » October 25th, 2021, 5:54 am

redmanjp wrote:
hover11 wrote:
DMan7 wrote:Yes it is a ploy to get more people vaccinated, you are right hoover. Soooo when you getting your shot Mr. Flip Flooper?
When the sheit hits the fan here


that will be to late. the vax is not a treatment- even though some dumb covid patients in the US were asking for it when they reach hospital with covid

even if u took it today u have to wait 5-6 weeks for full immunity to kick in- 3-4 weeks till 2nd shot then 2 weeks for that to become effective. a lot could happen in 6 weeks- we can have a major wave of infections and u can get infected in between shots.
I will be taking the one shot jnj next week but I will not be taking the endless boosters . It's one shot of that stuff and I'm done after that

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Postby aaron17 » October 25th, 2021, 5:58 am

?

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Postby hover11 » October 25th, 2021, 6:54 am

aaron17 wrote:?
An opportunity arose where I have no choice but to travel....life changing opportunity but I will NOT be taking the million and one boosters needed

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Postby hover11 » October 25th, 2021, 7:02 am

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Postby sMASH » October 25th, 2021, 7:24 am

hover11 wrote:
redmanjp wrote:
hover11 wrote:
DMan7 wrote:Yes it is a ploy to get more people vaccinated, you are right hoover. Soooo when you getting your shot Mr. Flip Flooper?
When the sheit hits the fan here


that will be to late. the vax is not a treatment- even though some dumb covid patients in the US were asking for it when they reach hospital with covid

even if u took it today u have to wait 5-6 weeks for full immunity to kick in- 3-4 weeks till 2nd shot then 2 weeks for that to become effective. a lot could happen in 6 weeks- we can have a major wave of infections and u can get infected in between shots.
I will be taking the one shot jnj next week but I will not be taking the endless boosters . It's one shot of that stuff and I'm done after that
If u dont want boosters, sinopharm is the best one.
The broad spectrum would MORE Likely cover the variants.


But, once u get the shot, and THEN catch covid, u should be best out of anything. The virus would have what ever variants u might expect to encounter.

And from there, ur immune system should handle any new thing, like flu.

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Postby adnj » October 25th, 2021, 8:43 am

sMASH wrote:If u dont want boosters, sinopharm is the best one.
The broad spectrum would MORE Likely cover the variants.


But, once u get the shot, and THEN catch covid, u should be best out of anything. The virus would have what ever variants u might expect to encounter.

And from there, ur immune system should handle any new thing, like flu.


I cannot say where you may have heard this.

There is no valid research anywhere in the world that I am aware of that supports your statement.

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Postby gastly369 » October 25th, 2021, 9:23 am

adnj wrote:
sMASH wrote:If u dont want boosters, sinopharm is the best one.
The broad spectrum would MORE Likely cover the variants.


But, once u get the shot, and THEN catch covid, u should be best out of anything. The virus would have what ever variants u might expect to encounter.

And from there, ur immune system should handle any new thing, like flu.


I cannot say where you may have heard this.

There is no valid research anywhere in the world that I am aware of that supports your statement.
Check FB and WhatsApp bro

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