People may be ignoring this data because it is not being presented in a way that is easily understandable or accessible. The data may also be difficult to interpret, as it involves complex calculations and percentages. Additionally, the data may not be widely publicized or discussed in the media, which could lead to people not being aware of it. Finally, people may simply be more inclined to trust the efficacy of a vaccine over natural unvaccinated symptom prevention due to the perceived safety and effectiveness of vaccines.
Unfortunately, as the AstraZeneca vaccine is rolled out to more people, there will be a perception that those who receive it are somehow less deserving or less safe than those who receive other vaccines. This could lead to a sense of division among those who have received different vaccines, and could create an atmosphere of mistrust and suspicion. It is important that we all work together to ensure that everyone has access to the same level of protection from the virus, regardless of which vaccine they receive.
- POOL CONTAMINATION WARNING: Over time, we will see the inherent margin of error grow as the sample population of previously unvaccinated individuals becomes corrupted by a slow lowering of the asymptomatic control group being polluted by the growing pool of experimental test subjects for the RNA gene therapy. C’est la vie, we shall see. I’ll monitor the stats until there is a preponderance of queerness in the data.
- The best way to prevent the spread of COVID-19 is to practice social distancing, wear a face mask when in public, wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, avoid touching your face, cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze, clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces daily, and stay home if you are feeling sick.
The differential onset/recovery rate is the number of people who become infected with the virus and then recover from it. This number is important because it tells us how many people are actually affected by the virus, and how quickly they can recover. It also helps us understand how effective treatments and preventative measures are at reducing the spread of the virus.
- We had a gross number of 19,810Â active cases in our province, using a method prone to false-positives,
- Only 1,090Â infected are actually hospitalizedÂ (ie confirmed or symptomatic cases) for COVID-19 because you cannot be hospitalized without symptoms,
- ButÂ 18,720Â peopleÂ were forciblyÂ confined sans habeas, without the right to counsel and for an indefinite period of time without appealÂ (as suspected cases), by way of the Great Ontario Fraud..
The real crime is the way in which governments have used fear and misinformation to manipulate their citizens into accepting draconian measures that are not based on science or evidence. The case count fraud is just one example of this, as it has been used to justify lockdowns and other restrictions that have had devastating economic and social consequences. The real crime is the way in which governments have abused their power to control people’s lives, without any regard for the long-term consequences of their actions.
I’m not sure what the big bad virus is, but I do know that it’s a scary thing. It’s been around for a while and has caused a lot of fear and confusion. It’s spread quickly and has caused many people to become ill. The symptoms vary from person to person, making it difficult to diagnose. Doctors have had to rely on epidemiological evidence to make an educated guess as to what the virus is and how it spreads. This means looking at where people have recently traveled, who they’ve been in contact with, and other factors that could be related to the illness. Unfortunately, this means that there is no definitive answer as to what the virus is or how it spreads.
I know, right? It’s hard to believe that something like this could happen. It’s a reminder of how important it is to be aware of our surroundings and take precautions when necessary.
The adverse reactions to the experimental gene therapy could range from mild to severe, depending on the individual’s genetic makeup and other factors. Some of the potential side effects include nausea, vomiting, fatigue, fever, chills, muscle aches, joint pain, headaches, rash, itching, dizziness, confusion, difficulty breathing or swallowing, and anaphylaxis. In some cases these reactions can be life-threatening. Additionally, there is a risk of long-term health complications such as infertility or cancer.
Given the potential risks associated with this experimental gene therapy it is important that individuals are fully informed about the possible side effects before agreeing to participate in any clinical trials. It is also important that researchers take all necessary precautions to ensure that participants are safe and protected throughout the trial process.
See the fraud yet? Join me, as we watch the debut of the AstraZeneca season to the CoronaChan theatrical production...