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johnny reb 28 | 4,427
20 Nov 2020 #3,811
Trump was very public about it when he closed travel coming in from China.
Remember when he did that and Bite-Me and the Libtards called Trump a racist and a host of other names and wanted to keep the flights coming in ?

Don't even try to compare Merkel with Teflon Trump or I will surely end up with a warning.
Remember when she killed all those people by putting them on ventilators which was the worst thing she could have done ?
I do.
mafketis 24 | 8,926
20 Nov 2020 #3,812
quite clear that Germany is dealing much better with the Virus

What about the economic fallout?

I can't imagine what kind of depression Southern Europe is facing.... tourism is often the only well-functioning part of their economies and it's all but dead and not going to be a priority for the EU...
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
20 Nov 2020 #3,813
Trump was very public about it when he closed travel coming in from China.

Which, as pointed out to you several times, was a completely ineffective manouver. Trump was warned by his advisors in January that Covid was the biggest challenge of his presidency, yet he continued to downplay it for months, thereby encouraging reckless behaviour.

even try to compare Merkel

You can take pretty much every Western politcian - with the exception of maybe Johnson - and he or she'll compare very favourably to Trump. Though the contrast is very striking with Merkel.

not going to be a priority for the EU

Are you forgetting the 750bn recovery fund by the EU?

hen she killed all those people by putting them on ventilators

What yre you talking about?
mafketis 24 | 8,926
20 Nov 2020 #3,814
Are you forgetting the 750bn recovery fund by the EU?

Aren't those just loans of the same kind that didn't work before?
cms neuf 1 | 1,775
20 Nov 2020 #3,815
45 perecent is grants and 55 percent is loans.

I guess if countries don't want the loans they don't have to apply for them. But ultimately they will just have to borrow the money somewhere else (probably more expensive) or tax their citizens more.
johnny reb 28 | 4,427
20 Nov 2020 #3,816
Trump was warned by his advisors in January

On Jan. 30, the World Health Organization declared a public health emergency of international concern over the coronavirus outbreak.
All of America was well aware of the virus and how contagious it was at that point, thanks to the Trump Administration.
On Jan. 31, the Trump administration announced the United States would temporarily ban the admission of people who were in China 14 days prior to their attempted travel to the United States.

The restriction took effect Feb. 2.
The U.S. was not the first nor last country to ban flights from China so Trump acted appropriately.

she'll compare very favourably to Trump.

She destroyed the U.E.'s economy with her infamous immigration policies.
Thank God Poland told her to take a hike.
Trump brought our economy back as it has sky rocketed.
I must say that you are a real patriot of Germany to make such a ludicrous remark like that. lol
johnny reb 28 | 4,427
20 Nov 2020 #3,817
E.U.'s economy as edit was to quick on me,
Novichok - | 277
20 Nov 2020 #3,818
He didn't want to cause panic with something that was inevitable.

To Tacitus, screaming to the Titanic passengers that they will all die in the next twenty minutes is the proper behavior because that would be honest. That coming from a German, of all people.

Had Trump done that, Tacitus would now call him a panic peddler and accuse him of causing people to commit suicide.

A virus with a survival rate of 99% (one in 750 according to WHO estimates) is the greatest challenge?

That's why I will always put quotes around pandemic. So far, 15,000 died from the coronavirus here, the country of 330 million, and it's "pandemic". So it's actually much better than 99%. "Pandemic" my ass.

BTW, you may dislike me all you want but I have to congratulate you for your comments in this thread. I actually enjoyed reading them and getting the "pandemic" numbers. I wish you would continue.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,436
20 Nov 2020 #3,819
So....it seems Pfizer/BioNTech will get the vaccine out mid to end December...first we will see the results in the US....

Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine deliveries could start 'before Christmas'

reuters.com/article/health-coronavirus-vaccines-pfizer/pfizer-biontech-vaccine-deliveries-could-start-before-christmas-idUSKBN27Y1LH

Pfizer Inc PFE.N and BioNTech 22UAy.DE could secure emergency U.S. and European authorization for their COVID-19 vaccine next month after final trial results showed it had a 95% success rate and no serious side effects, the drugmakers said on Wednesday.

....
Conditional approval in the European Union could be secured in the second half of December, he added....


The main problem will probably be the distribution!

The particulars of Pfizer's vaccine will make this effort even more complex. The vaccine, developed with the German company BioNTech, has to be stored at around minus 70 degrees Celsius (minus 94 Fahrenheit) until shortly before it is injected. That is about the temperature of the South Pole on a winter day and colder than any of the other leading vaccines in development....

nytimes.com/2020/11/12/business/pfizer-covid-vaccine-coronavirus.html
mafketis 24 | 8,926
20 Nov 2020 #3,820
Did anyone see the tvn24 report on Sweden a day or so ago? At one point they said there had been a record number of deaths the day before (I want to say 97 but I'm not sure if I remember correctly).

But that was completely wrong since Sweden hasn't had that high a daily number of deaths since the first wave.... the most recent highwater mark was 33 about 10 days ago...

Also in breaking news former president Bronisław Komorowski has been taken to a hospital with covid.... he's no spring chicken and is around the age when it starts to get dangerous (68) hope he pulls through.
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,436
20 Nov 2020 #3,821
Interesting....another german company might have found the solution to that cold storage problem...they are developing suitable glas vials able to hold and keep the cold!

....The messenger RNA technology used in Pfizer-BioNTech's shot requires ultra-cold storage, which means it must be stored at temperatures of minus 70C or below - a tall order for countries in Africa, Latin America and Asia.

Va-Q-Tec, based in the Bavarian city of Würzburg, says it has the solution. It produces "thermo-boxes" made of "vacuum insulation panels" which it says are up to ten times more effective than traditional thermal insulation materials like polystyrene and fibreglass. Demand is expected to soar: a recent study by DHL said that 15m coolers would be needed to transport 10bn doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine worldwide....


ft.com/content/3247b925-edc2-4979-ab31-b2870d627cf2#comments-anchor

Proud! :)

The german Mittelstand at it's best....innovative and world leading!
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,605
20 Nov 2020 #3,822
I'm sure it was all the "doctors and engineers" that Merkel let in and not the native Germans...
Bratwurst Boy 9 | 10,436
20 Nov 2020 #3,823
Well...at least in the case of BioNTech it had been the sons and daughters of turkish immigrants...

Somehow that story doesn't fit the painted apocalypse of a destroyed country overrun with brown people at all!

bbc.com/news/world-europe-54886883

But I'm fairly sure growing up in Germany and using all the chances this country offers was decisive, who knows if they hadn't been rather forced to wear beard and burka if stayed at home...meaning of course, no vaccine.

There is a reason why intolerant (socially, religiously, politically) countries lack successes in every regard!

(And no, I see China not as a success!)
Novichok - | 277
21 Nov 2020 #3,824
Well...at least in the case of BioNTech it had been the sons and daughters of turkish immigrants...

biontech.de/our-dna/collaborators
Which ones are Turks, their sons or daughters?

The hidden crap is finally being recognized for what it is - one fat smelly pile of lies...From dailymail.com:

Fewer beds taken up than last year, deaths a fraction of the grim forecasts, 95% of fatalities had underlying causes... and how coronavirus facts can be twisted to strike fear in our hearts

Fear and control - twin evil brothers of the New World of oppression and manipulation. Global warming didn't help, Greta didn't help, but a tiny speck did the trick. Mission accomplished.

dailymail.co.uk/news/article-8971669/What-DONT-tell-Covid-facts-twisted-strike-fear-hearts.html
cms neuf 1 | 1,775
21 Nov 2020 #3,826
Maf - the Sweden number was weekly deaths - I also saw that as clickbait in the Guardian. Deliberate confusing wording.

How has this thread descended into a discussion of Burkas ? How about a rule that use of the word burka is not permitted on the main board ? Or open a thread called "what do Poles think of Burkas"
Cargo pants 2 | 562
21 Nov 2020 #3,827
Finally when the vaccine comes to Poland on or about january 18th it will not be mandatory PM says:
polandin.com/50906087/covid19-new-pandemic-rules-for-poland-for-rest-of-year
johnny reb 28 | 4,427
21 Nov 2020 #3,829
The flu shot is for many hospital workers and patients are mandatory so why won't the virus shot be mandatory for them ?
(Just a foot in the door to dumb people down)
Novichok - | 277
21 Nov 2020 #3,830
hospital workers and patients are mandatory

Like with the masks, that's a condition of admission. My problem is with the universal forcible vaccine as a condition of existence. I am sure the globalists will come up with a good justification to make it "voluntary".
Tacitus 2 | 1,077
22 Nov 2020 #3,831
Which ones are Turks, their sons or daughters?

Ugur Sahin, BioNTech's CEO, and his wife Özlem Türeci, its chief medical officer, founded the firm in 2008.

theguardian.com/world/2020/nov/09/biontechs-covid-vaccine-a-shot-in-the-arm-for-germanys-turkish-community
Cargo pants 2 | 562
22 Nov 2020 #3,832
I am wondering that some countries like India will not start manufacturing generic vaccine lol I wont trust it but still......
johnny reb 28 | 4,427
22 Nov 2020 #3,833
Like with the masks, that's a condition of admission.

The hospitals up this way made it mandatory for all hospital employees to get a flu shot or get terminated.
Commie bastards.
Atch 17 | 3,316
22 Nov 2020 #3,834
when the vaccine comes to Poland on or about january 18th

Where are you getting that date from? The '100 days of solidarity' would take us to the end of February/beginning of March. The EU have said they may be able to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine by the end of December but of course then enough doses have to be manufactured and delivered to all those countries who've signed purchase contracts. All that will take a while. I'm pretty sure there won't be any vaccine in Poland by the middle of January, or if there is, it will be the bare minimum for the most essential situations and not widely given to the general public.
Spike31 2 | 1,960
22 Nov 2020 #3,835
"Black and ethnic minority Londoners should be made a priority for the roll-out of covid vaccines, according to Sadiq Khan [mayor of London]"

standard.co.uk/news/health/bame-londoners-priority-list-covid-vaccines-sadiq-khan-b72379.html

I'd never though that a funny little man is so openly racist and wants to experiment on black and Asian people before it gets delivered to a white community.
dolnoslask 6 | 3,043
22 Nov 2020 #3,836
ethnic minority Londoners

So that would include Polish migrants ?, great I will fly to London and show them my Dowod (polish id) and get the jab early.
Spike31 2 | 1,960
22 Nov 2020 #3,837
Why are you in such a hurry to volunteer for a drug trial? At least wait until they offer you a payment for it ;-)
dolnoslask 6 | 3,043
22 Nov 2020 #3,838
volunteer for a drug trial?

Naa It doesn't worry me , I understand a bit about RNA programming, If there is an error it will show in 20 years time, more likely in future generations born to those who were vaccinated, I'm sure the vaccine will work for me and I am too old to have to worry about the future.

It's you young ones that need to be concerned.
Spike31 2 | 1,960
22 Nov 2020 #3,839
@dolnoslask
That's a carefree attitude for an old man :-)
I'm sure the 'vaccine' will work for me as well since I'm not planning to take it.
dolnoslask 6 | 3,043
22 Nov 2020 #3,840
That's a carefree attitude for an old man :-)

Yeah I guess it is , I have nothing to lose , the virus may well kill me so personally I am happy to chance it:)


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