Wuhan Wheeze

So what?

The huge take up of a proven safe vaccine produced at "emergency speed" as it was a global pandemic "emergency" has largely ended C-19 in developed countries who cannot make proper public health policy just because someone has a bad reaction.

He was scared that he might never play live again and right now he is back on tour.
To be fair I think the emergence or Omicron largely ended the pandemic. We were still in a fair mess back in early December despite the vaccines.

I'm not getting in to a vaccine good or bad debate with you though. Just if you had a had an extremely bad reaction like Clapton had to the vaccine you mightn't be championing it.
 
To be fair I think the emergence or Omicron largely ended the pandemic. We were still in a fair mess back in early December despite the vaccines.

I'm not getting in to a vaccine good or bad debate with you though. Just if you had a had an extremely bad reaction like Clapton had to the vaccine you mightn't be championing it.
Yes, the pandemic ended the pandemic and only for the vaccines we would have been screwed.

The "Vaccines good or bad" debate is long over anyway as science and facts always were going to win that one.

One persons "bad reaction" as will all vaccines and medicines does not negate their effectiveness.

Read the back of any medication data sheet that you can by or be proscribed for example.
 
Yes, the pandemic ended the pandemic and only for the vaccines we would have been screwed.

The "Vaccines good or bad" debate is long over anyway as science and facts always were going to win that one.

One persons "bad reaction" as will all vaccines and medicines does not negate their effectiveness.

Read the back of any medication data sheet that you can by or be proscribed for example.
You are getting very worked here. I didn't say anything bad about the vaccine. I just said you wouldn't expect someone who had and extremely bad reaction to it to be championing it. A reasonable and fair point I would think.
 
If you got to the last paragraph that tells you all you need to know

"There are also questions about the methods used in the paper. Only 22 studies were included in the review and some were discarded for seemingly trivial reasons, which led to accusations the authors 'cherry-picked' studies."
 

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By Jack Horgan-Jones and Shauna BowersFri Jun 17 2022 - 15:04


Rising cases of Covid-19 risk “increased pressure on the hospital system” in the coming weeks, reducing capacity for patients suffering from other ailments or needing emergency treatment, Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has been warned.

In an update on the pandemic to Mr Donnelly, chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan wrote that the “acute hospital system remains under considerable pressure”.

The update was written on June 10th – when there were 355 inpatients with Covid-19 across the country’s hospitals. Since then, that figure has risen to 515 as of 8am on Friday morning.

“If the rising trend in hospital cases continues, we are likely to see increased pressure on the hospital system over the coming weeks. This will further reduce hospital capacity to admit patients for scheduled and unscheduled care,” Dr Holohan told the Minister.

He said that while mortality associated with the disease remains relatively stable, “there has been a recent increase in the number of notified outbreaks in some key settings which continues to be monitored”.
 

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