Pandemic 2020

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Airline pilot in mystery death
A British Airways airline pilot died in a tragedy at a well-known mountain trail bike park.

Edward Brice-Bennett, 33, was spotted unconscious by a sharp-eyed member of the public on a trail by the side of his bike in Tidworth, Wiltshire.

Emergency services dashed to the scene – but the father of one, described as ‘wonderful’, Mr Brice-Bennett was confirmed dead 45 minutes later.

Wiltshire Police stressed: ”There appears to be no suspicious circumstances related to this incident.”

A post mortem examination showed two conditions, abdominal trauma and haemoperitoneum, but no cause of death had yet been ascertained,

"Hemoperitoneum is a type of internal bleeding. When you have this condition, blood is accumulating in your peritoneal cavity. The peritoneal cavity is a small area of space located between your internal abdominal organs and your inner abdominal wall."

"Abdominal trauma is an injury to the abdomen. Signs and symptoms include abdominal pain, tenderness, rigidity, and bruising of the external abdomen."
 

Jimdamick

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Read today that 7-8% of children that had covid are long haulers in the UK.
It definitely affected my breathing.
Walking normally I experiençe shortness of breath like I had ran a mile.
Hopefully with exercise it will improve.
Good news!!!
I am being released on Monday
Hallelujah!!!
Àlmost 6 weeks of pure Hell, but I survived & consider myself fortunate.
Be sàfe everyone & wear a mask & get the vaccine,
Don't take a chance
 

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"..... for instance, Dr. Brent Roussin, who has been front and centre throughout the pandemic. As the province’s chief public health officer, he plays a essential role in the response to COVID-19. Standing above the political fray, his position is critical in the messaging to Manitobans. The more he is trusted, the more able we will be to flatten the curve for good.

In October, before the second wave hit, Roussin’s approval levels were impressive as 81 per cent of Manitobans gave the doctor the thumbs up; however, as the third wave dragged Manitoba into the spotlight as the worst COVID hotspot in North America, Roussin’s approval rating fell to 67 per cent.

He’s still head and shoulders ahead of Brian Pallister’s approval rating of 29 per cent, but Roussin’s approval rating actually fell further than that of the premier, dropping 14 points since the fall compared to the 12-point decline for Pallister in the same period."

Funny, a society that believes its medical experts. The 20% was surely our bible-belters and hard core, I can't think of a nice word to call them, sorry. I can understand the drop in popularity, "The kids are still in the house!" No, it has not been easy for some.
 

schuylaar

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"..... for instance, Dr. Brent Roussin, who has been front and centre throughout the pandemic. As the province’s chief public health officer, he plays a essential role in the response to COVID-19. Standing above the political fray, his position is critical in the messaging to Manitobans. The more he is trusted, the more able we will be to flatten the curve for good.

In October, before the second wave hit, Roussin’s approval levels were impressive as 81 per cent of Manitobans gave the doctor the thumbs up; however, as the third wave dragged Manitoba into the spotlight as the worst COVID hotspot in North America, Roussin’s approval rating fell to 67 per cent.

He’s still head and shoulders ahead of Brian Pallister’s approval rating of 29 per cent, but Roussin’s approval rating actually fell further than that of the premier, dropping 14 points since the fall compared to the 12-point decline for Pallister in the same period."

Funny, a society that believes its medical experts. The 20% was surely our bible-belters and hard core, I can't think of a nice word to call them, sorry. I can understand the drop in popularity, "The kids are still in the house!" No, it has not been easy for some.
why did they do this?

 

Ozumoz66

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The bible belt region I reside in (14,000ppl in 285sq km) has the second lowest vaccine rate in the province at under 40%. The only region with a lower rate has 16 000ppl in 400 000sq km.

One local pastor was charged again yesterday -$90k - which adds to his previous fines of $117k & $66k. Their brains are infected by devils.
 

DIY-HP-LED

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The Latest: Daily infections soar in Russia; Moscow hard hit (yahoo.com)

The Latest: Daily infections soar in Russia; Moscow hard hit

MOSCOW — Russia’s national coronavirus taskforce on Saturday reported 17,906 new infections, more than double the daily tally from early June.

More than half of the new infections are in Moscow, where cases have tripled this month. The soaring case count has caused alarm among officials, who have increased measures to obstruct the spread.

Moscow, its outlying area and two other Russian regions this week ordered mandatory vaccinations for workers in retail, education and other service sectors. Moscow has closed food courts in shopping centers and restricted restaurants and bars in the capital to takeout orders from 11 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Russians are widely resistant to vaccinations and only about 12% of the population has received a shot. Nearly 5.3 million cases have been reported in the country of 146 million, with 128,911 deaths, but experts consider both numbers undercounts.
 
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