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    I don't think they got it.

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    I don't think they got it.
    unfunny jokes often seem that way to would be comics

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    nah, let's just wing it instead


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    nah, let's just wing it instead

    Free natural immunity for kids

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    I don't think they got it.
    looks like YOU didn't get it

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    UK positivity graph



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    UK positivity graph


    Massaged #'s to set up the battlefield for when the 5-11 vaccine is rolled out by mother er Biden...

    ...WW3.

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    American ma & pa, sliced & diced by a 50% divorce rate will settle this matter in the coming months.

    God willing the vast majority of these broken families will decide to tell that mother er squattin' in the White House thus:::"Your mother's waitin'."

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    seems a reasonable view to me

    guy is t-Cell immunologist




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    seems a reasonable view to me

    guy is t-Cell immunologist



    Trying to arrange the battlefield for when you all want to shoot the 5-11 crowd.

    Should be something else again.

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    small numbers of serious complications from a preventable disease.

    more should be done to protect children from COVID and life-changing after-effects of COVID.

    frequent testing, contact tracing/mandatory notification, masking, humidification, air-quality monitoring, al fresco dining, ventilation and vaccination could all be improved.

    Houston’s major pediatric hospitals are experiencing a significant increase in patients with multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children — or MIS-C — a relatively new condition that triggers inflamed organs, most commonly seen in children who have been exposed to the virus that causes COVID-19.


    While pediatric COVID hospitalizations have dropped by as much as 50 percent in the Houston area, Texas Children’s Hospital reported an all-time high number of MIS-C admissions in the month of September with 30 patients.
    https://www.houstonchronicle.com/new...n-16524934.php

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    Cases ing in Massachusetts schools

    The number of COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts schools rose significantly over the past two weeks, with 9,909 students and staff testing positive.


    The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education released the numbers Thursday in its weekly COVID-19 report, which encompassed two weeks worth of data due to the Thanksgiving holiday. A total of 8,513 students and 1,396 employees tested positive between Nov. 18 and Dec. 1.

    In the last report, 3,257 students and 558 employees tested positive for a total of 3,815. That report was also a dramatic increase from the prior week, when 2,640 students and 381 staff members tested positive, totaling 3,021.
    https://www.necn.com/news/coronaviru...weeks/2628121/

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    "Cancer doesn't kill kids" -- the so-called pediatric Cancer problem is pure fear porn, a cynical scam for the rubes.

    There are 74 million children in the USA. According the National Cancer Ins ute, only 0.0024% of them die of cancer each year. Adults are 100 times more likely to die from cancer than children, and children are a mere 0.3% of cancer deaths every year. To put things in perspective, more children will be born in the USA between the hours of 12:00PM and 5:00PM today than will die of cancer this entire year. The risk of you getting struck by lightning in your life is three times higher than the risk of a child dying of cancer. According to the CDC, 12,000 people age 1 to 19 years, die from accidents each year. That is seven times the number of cancer fatalities. Of course, death is not the only bad outcome from trauma. Tens of thousands more children survive accidents, but are permanently injured.


    Incredibly, there are entire hospitals and specialists devoted a disease that doesn’t kill 99.998% of children. The average cost associated with childhood cancer is an astronomical $833,000, and the cost of a single hospitalization is $40,000. Other countries do not treat pediatric cancer this way, and our approach comes with great opportunity costs. For every child treated for cancer, we could hire school crossing guards, something that would ultimately save many more children. Indeed, there is a serious shortage of school crossing guards right now.


    If you truly care about saving children’s lives – and no one cares more about children than me – then you’ll join me in calling for an end to pediatric cancer hospitals and the entire field of pediatric oncology.
    https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/a-modest-proposal/

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    child suicides reportedly decreased during the lockdown


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    "Kids most likely to be asymptomatic"

    "Kids spreading the virus to other kids"


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    child suicides reportedly decreased during the lockdown

    So we should always be under lockdown if we care about kids. Abortions don't count.

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    seems a reasonable view to me

    guy is t-Cell immunologist



    Anecdotally, soft tissue cancers with a known etiology in disordered immune systems are blowing up right now. Malignant melanoma, renal cell carcinoma, lymphoma and myeloma.

    would be wild if COVID-19 had something to do with it.

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    "Kids most likely to be asymptomatic"

    "Kids spreading the virus to other kids"

    and presumably to their parents and relatives, too. to say nothing of course about school staff.


    you're peering at the problem through the thinnest of reeds.

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    So we should always be under lockdown if we care about kids.
    No, we should do more to protect them. Masking, social distancing, ventilation, air quality monitoring, vaccination, rapid testing, contact tracing, isolation for the infected and exposed, etc.

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    Since the first week of September, there have been nearly 2.3 million child cases -- nearly a third of the total pediatric cases reported since the onset of the pandemic -- and over the last month, pediatric COVID-19 related hospital admissions have increased by 33%, according to federal data.
    "[Omicron's] increased transmissibility makes it possible that we'll see very high case numbers in children, especially if they remain unvaccinated," Dr. Kristin Moffitt, an infectious disease specialist at Boston Children's Hospital told ABC News. "Even if severe infection remains relatively uncommon in children, if case numbers in children skyrocket, we'll see many more pediatric hospitalizations."
    https://abcnews.go.com/Health/pediat...ry?id=81880834

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    Only 20% of the entire country is fully vaxxed. MF can fiddle-fart around with 2 shots on 1 hand and booster in the other, but he's whistlin' past the graveyard every day that he stalls around in order to goose commerce.

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    US children hospitalized with COVID in record numbers

    During the week of Dec. 22-28, an average of 378 children 17 and under were admitted per day to hospitals with the coronavirus, a 66% increase from the week before, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday.


    The previous high over the course of the pandemic was in early September, when child hospitalizations averaged 342 per day, the CDC said.

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    "But we're not going to close schools. Uh, uh. Not on your life we're not."

    Come a fortnight---bet they do.

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