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COVID-19: Indian double mutation variant arrives in Britain and has 'hallmarks of very dangerous virus'.

 

As yet, it is unknown what impact the two mutations would have on the effectiveness of existing vaccines.

 

The new Indian variant of the COVID virus that's been detected in the UK has all the hallmarks of a very dangerous virus.

It has two new significant mutations in the spike protein that help it infect cells and evade the immune system.

 

The combination - called a double mutant - is a particular concern.

As yet it is unknown what impact they would have on the effectiveness of the existing vaccines.

The discovery of so many cases of the Indian variant in the UK highlights the flaw in relying on a traffic light system for controlling international spread of potentially dangerous viruses.

India is not on the red list so there is no requirement for hotel quarantine. Instead returning travellers are required to take two COVID tests and quarantine at home for 10 days.

But if people don't fully quarantine there is a risk of the virus escaping.

 

https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-indian-double-mutation-variant-arrives-in-britain-and-has-hallmarks-of-very-dangerous-virus-12276922

 

Locking down entire streets could be an important way of keeping outbreaks of new Covid variants under control, an expert has suggested.

 

Dr Jeffrey Barrett, director of the Covid-19 Genomics Initiative at the Wellcome Sanger Institute, said using interventions to minimise asymptomatic transmission could be crucial.

 

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Dr Barrett said it was important to deploy “the most effective measures possible” to contain these outbreaks.

 

When questioned if shutting down entire streets would have a medical impact on clusters of cases, he responded: “Well it certainly could, because one of the trickiest parts of this virus overall is, of course, some individuals who are infected don't have symptoms and so they can transmit.

 

“Trying to use interventions that might stop asymptomatic transmission may well be an important part of keeping outbreaks of these new variants to be as absolutely small as possible."

He added there could be a “chance” new variants will be “less well neutralised” by vaccines, so “it's really important to be able to try to keep that number as close to zero as possible”.

 

Restrictions have so far kept the number of new variants “very small”, he said, adding: “And as the restrictions are lifted the key thing to watch will be, does that number ever go up sort of week by week, and if so it's really important to deploy the most effective measures possible to contain those outbreaks."

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2 hours ago, Seconal said:

COVID-19: Indian double mutation variant arrives in Britain and has 'hallmarks of very dangerous virus'.

 

As yet, it is unknown what impact the two mutations would have on the effectiveness of existing vaccines.

 

The new Indian variant of the COVID virus that's been detected in the UK has all the hallmarks of a very dangerous virus.

It has two new significant mutations in the spike protein that help it infect cells and evade the immune system.

 

The combination - called a double mutant - is a particular concern.

As yet it is unknown what impact they would have on the effectiveness of the existing vaccines.

The discovery of so many cases of the Indian variant in the UK highlights the flaw in relying on a traffic light system for controlling international spread of potentially dangerous viruses.

India is not on the red list so there is no requirement for hotel quarantine. Instead returning travellers are required to take two COVID tests and quarantine at home for 10 days.

But if people don't fully quarantine there is a risk of the virus escaping.

 

https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-indian-double-mutation-variant-arrives-in-britain-and-has-hallmarks-of-very-dangerous-virus-12276922

 

Locking down entire streets could be an important way of keeping outbreaks of new Covid variants under control, an expert has suggested.

 

Dr Jeffrey Barrett, director of the Covid-19 Genomics Initiative at the Wellcome Sanger Institute, said using interventions to minimise asymptomatic transmission could be crucial.

 

Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Dr Barrett said it was important to deploy “the most effective measures possible” to contain these outbreaks.

 

When questioned if shutting down entire streets would have a medical impact on clusters of cases, he responded: “Well it certainly could, because one of the trickiest parts of this virus overall is, of course, some individuals who are infected don't have symptoms and so they can transmit.

 

“Trying to use interventions that might stop asymptomatic transmission may well be an important part of keeping outbreaks of these new variants to be as absolutely small as possible."

He added there could be a “chance” new variants will be “less well neutralised” by vaccines, so “it's really important to be able to try to keep that number as close to zero as possible”.

 

Restrictions have so far kept the number of new variants “very small”, he said, adding: “And as the restrictions are lifted the key thing to watch will be, does that number ever go up sort of week by week, and if so it's really important to deploy the most effective measures possible to contain those outbreaks."

Wait for it . . . It might be weeks, but most likely days, before the UK goes into FULL lockdown again. This time until 2022 or until they make more 'Jabs' to make even more money (and kill anyone resistant to 'Jab-1'). I seem to recall 2025 being touted before we reach Gates' goal of only 50,000,000 people left on earth..

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9 hours ago, Seconal said:

COVID-19: Indian double mutation variant arrives in Britain and has 'hallmarks of very dangerous virus'.

 

 

Bollocks to that!!

 

The first moment I can, I am off for a curry inside the restaurant. 

 

I can assure you, my phall will be considerably more dangerous than COVID 19!

 

 

 

 

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'Repent, The End Is Nigh', maybe that homeless guy had a point.

 

Either way, who doesnt secretly yearn for chaos and apocalypse, liven things up a bit.

 

It's a Brave New World. Ima run a heavy metal dystopian biker gang and well teach the children about the 'before-for times' as we hunt the radioactive mutant zombie humans created by the Vaccine.

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Remember even if we catch it. many of us will recover even if we are sick for a week or so. It is not worth the terror.

 

The vaccines are going to show they are defunct, and jolly old new ones will be miraculously devised, like rabbits out of hats.

I mean....it was a bit of a miraculous conception that "vaccines" were developed (for the original Covid) in MONTHS anyway. That's hitherto unknown.

 

I find it strangely bizarre that *something* wishes to keep us constantly off-balance. Fear is a great manipulator and the lowest form of existence for any of us.

 

I wasn't afraid of Covid. Then I caught it. I wasn't afraid even when I had it. I wrote my will to be on the safe side, but I actually felt peaceful. I (oddly) have some happy memories of my 7-10 days nursing Covid. Life became gentle, peaceful, surreal.  I slept like a baby, drank brandy, listened to good music and took herbal medicine.
Let's not be trapped by these forces in a web of terror!

 

And SOD Bill Gates!

 

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Yay, more made up bollocks to promote fear amongst a largely ignorant populace. And the lads thought they were 'getting back to normal', this will be where shit gets really deep now, and it will be awaken or bust for most people.

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6 hours ago, A_Grand_Tale_Of_Horror said:

You think this is fun? Just wait for the economic collapse that will happen in 3 years when the inflation kicks in. We'll crumble into poverty like the mongal Chinese did in the early AD.

 

It's coming. It will be big.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Seconal said:

Some people 'me', have such little faith in mankind that we just want to watch the world burn.

From your AI controlled, UN, Internet of Things, smart city gulag in the world to come you'll definitely see some fireworks.

 

When I heard Boris Johnson speaking at the UN about "red eyed terminators" and "mattresses that monitor your dreams" a sinking feeling of dread washed over me.

 

I definitely would love to see the car crash that is the future... just for the bants.

 

If you're interested in that speech btw, wouldn't recommend it since it is fucking sinister and it will give you bad energies but it is very telling as to what we have in store.

 

2019

 

 

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"Mattresses that monitor your dreams"?

 

Okay let's not be scared of that either. Dreams are mostly just brain-processing stuff that happened in life or fears and worries.

 

They can have fun with that if they like in my own opinion anyway. Last night I dreamed it was bucketing down with rain  and I had to shift piles of wet leaves.

 

Way beyond dreams are our Hearts and Souls. That's where the dearest things live and it's a pretty inviolable level.. Earth bound crap basically hasn't a hope of reaching that level, because that is all about the immortal, and Love. Heavy dark stuff can't get there.

They can't get you on that level folks.

 

The more we focus on those things the more we shine. I don't know....meditation?, gratitude? Love of course (for anything or anyone you can think of) God  for those who are into that.
Remember we don't stay in this vale of wet leaves and utter bullshit crap for long. Then we go home.

 

Fuck mattresses that monitor your dreams. They can have mine. Here you go Boris....a wet pile of leaves and some stupid building somewhere in the lower Astral.

 

I feel sorry for Boris. He's been manipulated.

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Imported coronavirus variants are unlikely to set lockdown easing back to "square one" because immunity from vaccines "won't just disappear", according to a key figure on the UK's immunisation committee.

 

Professor Adam Finn, a member of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, said he expected a "gradual erosion" of vaccine protection as the virus evolved, but not enough to "scupper" the Prime Minister's road map, as one leading scientist had predicted.

 

On Friday, Imperial College's Danny Altmann said "we should be terribly concerned" after 77 cases of a potentially vaccine-busting Covid-19 "double mutation" first discovered in India were identified in Britain.

 

"They (variants of concern) are things that can most scupper our escape plan at the moment and give us a third wave. They are a worry," Professor Altmann said.

 

Prof Finn said he thought the immunology expert had been "a bit pessimistic" with his assessment.

 

Speaking to the BBC this morning  Dr Susan Hopkins, chief medical adviser to NHS Test and Trace added that while while vaccines may be slightly less effective against variants, "it is highly likely that they will still be very effective at reducing hospitalisations".

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3 minutes ago, Seconal said:

Imported coronavirus variants are unlikely to set lockdown easing back to "square one" because immunity from vaccines "won't just disappear", according to a key figure on the UK's immunisation committee.

 

Professor Adam Finn, a member of the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation, said he expected a "gradual erosion" of vaccine protection as the virus evolved, but not enough to "scupper" the Prime Minister's road map, as one leading scientist had predicted.

 

On Friday, Imperial College's Danny Altmann said "we should be terribly concerned" after 77 cases of a potentially vaccine-busting Covid-19 "double mutation" first discovered in India were identified in Britain.

 

"They (variants of concern) are things that can most scupper our escape plan at the moment and give us a third wave. They are a worry," Professor Altmann said.

 

Prof Finn said he thought the immunology expert had been "a bit pessimistic" with his assessment.

 

Speaking to the BBC this morning  Dr Susan Hopkins, chief medical adviser to NHS Test and Trace added that while while vaccines may be slightly less effective against variants, "it is highly likely that they will still be very effective at reducing hospitalisations".

What a load of utter bollocks!

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I think we're going to live with lockdowns, Covid, varients and vaccines until over the next 50-100 years the population is decreased and nature survives....

 

They will blame Covid for all the death and decreases in births....but its the vacvines.

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