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Covid is not going away.

Bugsy McGurk

President
I am double vaccinated, and I really don't see why anybody is against vaccination, nor do I see why the vaccinated are so concerned about the unvaccinated. If you're vaccinated you are safe, so please shut up, and go about your other business.
These PJ “physicians” are always so wrong. I wonder if they can be sued for malpractice?

;-)
 

Spamature

President
They are NOT the group that is most vaccinated. Trying to get through the dense head of a tightly programmed liberal, is like trying to crack a diamond.

Once AGAIN, the unvaccinated are not Trump voters. They are illegal aliens, black Americans, and Hispanic Americans, who are typically Democrat. Let me add to this list also MILLENIALS, who also are typically DEMOCRATS.

Deny REALITY, as your liberal media masters instruct you to, if you must.
No.

We have gone over the with the Kaiser Foundation surveys.
This summary says it all.





The lowest group of vaccinated are Republicans.

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Only 18-29 beat the Republicans in the, I will never get vaccinated numbers.

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It is white evangelical Republicans who believe if they can't have it in Trump's hands, and they won't accept it in Biden's hands. Then they will just leave Rona in God's hands.


So they better make sure they are saved from the fiery finance of Hell

Because God ain't saving them from Rona.
 
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Spamature

President
Should hang gliding, motorcycling, and space travel be banned (as being dangerous)

If smoking cigarettes (which can harm non-smokers) can be legal, how would it be illegal to not be vaccinated ?....which does not harm the vaccinated.
If the unvaccinated would wear used the proper safety equipment and maintain a regulated safe distance from others and not enter building where they could endanger people.

Then we can put them in the category of those activities you mentioned.
Because the law requires safety measures to be taken for those other endeavors.

We have laws to protect us from reckless hang gliders, motorcyclists, space travelers, and smokers.


So are you saying we need safety laws to protect the public against the unvaccinated ?

Glad to hear you are finally wising up.
 

bdtex

Administrator
Staff member
The TxDSHS Covid-19 Dashboard reported 48 new deaths in Texas yesterday for the previous 24 hours which included part of Sunday. The TxDSHS Covid-19 Dashboard reported 346 new deaths in Texas today. The reporting pattern from the weekend to weekday continues. It falls off significantly for 2 days, the jumps significantly on Tuesday.
 

bdtex

Administrator
Staff member
The TxDSHS Covid-19 Dashboard reported 463 new deaths in Texas today. 3rd highest day of the year and worst day of the year since January 27th.
 

bdtex

Administrator
Staff member
Things aren't going well in South Carolina either. Missed this from earlier in the week.

"South Carolina reported three days of COVID-19 data on Monday, adding 10,535 COVID-19 more cases and 109 additional deaths."

...

"The Palmetto State continues to trend in the wrong direction, as cases are soaring.
Two weeks ago, South Carolina saw its second-highest weekly total for new cases with nearly 38,000. The previous week, there were more than 35,000 new cases. The only higher weekly total was in early January, when the state had more than 40,000 cases. The state hasn’t seen fewer than 1,000 new cases on any day since July 24...."

 

bdtex

Administrator
Staff member
The TxDSHS Covid-19 Dashboard reported 317 new deaths in Texas today. I’m rolling up on 63 in November so I am not eligible for the Pfizer booster yet.
 
Nope. Only to those who prove they will act like children. Do you agree with the commie mandate that restaurant workers wash their hands before handling food?
This is the only unanswered post that has bothered.

I believe that local governments can mandate businesses to require their customers to wear masks as a condition to maintain their business license. I also believe businesses have a right to require their patrons to wear masks on their premises as a condition of doing business.

So why wouldn't I agree that the State health departments which inspect restaurants require hand washing? The fecal-oral transfer of Covid is not the only disease at issue so are a number of others. It is probably why the notoriously unclean Chinese were taking ass samples for testing Covid as the probable last exit point of the infection as people recovered.

I could probably not agree to hand washing given the fact I probably eat out once or twice a year at most. I've probably gone years without eating out... working in a restaurant for a half year back in the day really opened up my eyes. But I'm for hand washing.

WHAT I DON'T AGREE WITH IS MANDATING EXPERIMENTAL GENE THERAPY INJECTIONS, OR BUSINESSES DEMANDING TO KNOW MY MEDICAL STATUS IN CONTRAVENTION OF ETHICAL AND MORAL NORMS ESTABLISHED BY SUCH LAWS AS HIPAA'S HEALTH PRIVACY PROVISIONS. You could repeal HIPAA and medical privacy is still a human right.

False equivalences need to be confronted wherever they show their ugly heads. :0)
 
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Addy

Rebuild With Biden!
Because Trump didn't warp speed it as much as the vaccine was?
If you have time, read this...
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Scientists have studied the use of mRNA as a novel therapeutic since the early 1990s5. However, it wasn’t until 2005 that a group of researchers at the University of Pennsylvania published findings on mRNA technology that have since been deemed critical to the development of mRNA based therapies6. SEC filings highlighted by Knowledge Ecology International reveal a series of sublicenses for mRNA-related patents that stem from the University of Pennsylvania to both Moderna and BioNTech7,8,9. The 2017 filings indicate that the University of Pennsylvania exclusively licensed their patents to mRNA RiboTherapeutics, which then sublicensed them to its affiliate CellScript. CellScript proceeded to sublicense the patents to Moderna and BioNTech; however, the patent numbers are redacted in all the filings, making it difficult to determine which are relevant to the production of COVID-19 vaccines.
Another key aspect of an mRNA vaccine platform is the ability to deliver the mRNA to a cell using a lipid nanoparticle. Some early work on lipid nanoparticles was done jointly by the University of British Columbia and Arbutus Biopharmaceuticals in 1998. SEC filings show that patents relating to this early technology were solely assigned to the University of British Columbia and then licensed back to Arbutus10. Further analysis reveals that in 2012 Arbutus licensed a set of patents relating to the delivery of nucleic acids to Acuitas Therapeutics. In 2016, Acuitas entered into a development and option agreement with CureVac, which included access to patents on lipid nanoparticle technology11. Acuitas also granted a sublicense to Moderna; however, in 2016 Arbutus declared that Acuitas’s sublicense to Moderna was improper and took to the Canadian legal system for remedy10. The litigation in Canada was eventually settled, but in 2018 Moderna began filing inter partes reviews (IPR), a procedure for challenging the validity of a US patent before the US Patent and Trademark Office, on three of Arbutus’s patents, which concluded with the cancellation of claims in two of the three challenges12. Moreover, Arbutus also entered into an agreement with Roivant to spin out Genevant, which received a license for the patent portfolio on lipid nanoparticles13. Genevant sublicensed the patents to BioNTech, who then entered into an agreement with Pfizer to develop a COVID-19 vaccine14,15,16. It is also important to note that the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Moderna entered into an agreement in 2019 to co-develop coronavirus vaccines; however, this was before the identification and spread of SARS-CoV-217,18.
A network analysis of COVID-19 mRNA vaccine patents | Nature Biotechnology
 
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