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How come 'if Covid-19 is a novel corona virus with specialist tests adapted to find this specific virus only' the 'scientists' and government are aware of a 'South African' strain and 'Brazilian' strain and even a 'Kent' strain. Surely either the test comes back positive or negative for Covid-19? Unless of course they are somehow able to run every single Uk sample through every single possible test for all global strains. Wouldn't that take huge resources and vast amounts of time?

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3 hours ago, Big-C said:

How come 'if Covid-19 is a novel corona virus with specialist tests adapted to find this specific virus only' the 'scientists' and government are aware of a 'South African' strain and 'Brazilian' strain and even a 'Kent' strain. Surely either the test comes back positive or negative for Covid-19? Unless of course they are somehow able to run every single Uk sample through every single possible test for all global strains. Wouldn't that take huge resources and vast amounts of time?

Great point. I suppose we need to ask the BBC, LBC, Talk Radio, Sky, ITV, Channel 4 etc etc etc and they will make up an answer for us. ;)

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I read the other day about this 'South African variant' supposedly being detected in Walsall, West Midlands. I can't find the specific Birmingham Mail article right now, but I do remember someone being quoted as saying that it was 'not linked to international travel'.

 

The problem as I see it is that (apart from us people) NOBODY IS QUESTIONING ANY OF THIS! And just accepting what they are being told at face value.

 

The last time I checked, Walsall does not have an international airport with direct flights to South Africa. How many people travel regularly from South Africa to Walsall?

 

So how on earth has this 'variant' ended up there if it is 'not linked to international travel'?

 

And of course, how on earth do they know this is some new variant? How has it been identified? Using the same PCR tests that can't identify any specific virus in the first place?

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Just another new phrase to NLP into the masses.

 

We had "track and trace". "jab and go". "tier 2/3/4", etc etc....it never ends. They introduce some BS terminology or new twist to the lie, and everyone just accepts it into their vocabulary and thought processes (which is an oxymoron because anyone who blindly parrots what crap they're told can't actually have thought processes).

 

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On 2/2/2021 at 2:20 PM, Big-C said:

How come 'if Covid-19 is a novel corona virus with specialist tests adapted to find this specific virus only' the 'scientists' and government are aware of a 'South African' strain and 'Brazilian' strain and even a 'Kent' strain. Surely either the test comes back positive or negative for Covid-19? Unless of course they are somehow able to run every single Uk sample through every single possible test for all global strains. Wouldn't that take huge resources and vast amounts of time?

 

22 minutes ago, Grumpy Grapes said:

When Trump described the 'original' virus as the 'China virus', he was criticised by the MSM for being racist. But it's apparently OK for the MSM to do the same (use geographical titles) with the variants. 

Viruses mutate, it's what they do, scientifically speaking if would be really odd if there were not many variants of this c19 one by now.  They don't get more dangerous over time, (not naturally occurring ones anyway although I'm not an immunology expert), how then can they become more infectious?  Again no expert but this virus (whatever it is, however it is defined) will have infected loads of people by now and that means that loads more will have caught it and thus infected even more. This is exponential, happens all the time with the flus! C19 is a novel virus, zoonotic. Ok so there must be thousands of variants from the original Wuhan pathogen, one year later, planet-wide - everywhere.  On the up side, by the summer, autumn at the latest, the majority of humans in the world will have been exposed to one c19 variant or another, in cities probably many.  Certainly by summer 2022 (unless they are in a bunker somewhere) By then, sadly some will have died, others got sick and recovered and the majority, no symptoms, carrying on with life just fine.   Hopefully by then sanity may return.  No more lockdowns etc.   No more excuses, I hope so. See how it all pans out. A pal of mine had 3 of these tests for c19 on the same day, at different testing sites, 1, positive (early morning), 2, (lunch break) negative, 3, (later in the day) negative.  Best of 3.   What more can I say?

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