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Dirk diggler 9 | 4,791
24 Nov 2021 #8,761
so booster shots for everyone is my slogan.

Great. Now go make me some more money, *****.

goes back to pony express, no internet, and the whole grid just collapses

I personally wouldn't have a problem with that. If modern media and internet collapses I'd consider that a good thing. I stopped watching TV years ago. At least I was fortunate enough to be of the age where cartoons and television use to be entertainment and not propaganda. Even for kids now, instead of shows like Beavis and Butthead, Ren and Stimpy, etc. now they have Blues Clues with a drag queen singing about pride parades and transformers.

And besides, even the Amish now have cars and power tools to sell overpriced kitchen cabinets to suckers. I'll still be driving my 6 liter V8's when everyone is in some electric pos.

Btw. Notice how the pederasts and other LGBT scum support the Covid policies

The PC term is "Minor Attracted Person." You're no longer allowed to use words like chomo, chicken hawk, pederast, etc.
jon357 69 | 18,360
24 Nov 2021 #8,762
Of course, not all of.those who took the jab will die within 3 years. Just like in a concentration camp, some died within a week,

Back in the world of reality, hospital admissions in the UK, Spain and Poland are far lower than in many other European countries
Lenka 3 | 2,810
24 Nov 2021 #8,763
Hopefully the normal people will realize that and never engage them in supporting their goals.

The normal people I know would rather avoid people using such language

Well, that is the difference between personal experience and empirical evidence,

And if we want to go for personal I can say all my family is vaccinated (2 even with the booster) and no side effects. Nothing.

I did mine simply for travel. Seeing my family after 2 years was my priority
Tacitus 2 | 1,446
24 Nov 2021 #8,764
and no side effects. Nothing.

Same. In my family 16 people got the jab, and the worst off my aunt who got tired for 2 days ( compared to 1 in my case).

Poland are far lower than in many other European countries

Didn't the Polish health minister recently warn that Polish hospitals were under strain?
jon357 69 | 18,360
24 Nov 2021 #8,765
and no side effects. Nothing.

The same. After the first shot (AstraZeneca) I felt light-headed for a day then fine. After the second shot, nothing.

under strain

Under strain, but not nearly as serious as in some other countries.
mafketis 29 | 10,302
24 Nov 2021 #8,766
Polish hospitals were under strain?

They're always under strain because successive Polish governments have totally neglected healthcare for different reasons. It's a miracle things work as well as they do given how openly hostile Polish governments (across the ruling spectrum) have been to it.

Currently hospitalization is just a bit over half the previous April peak and growth is slowing so hopefully the current wave will be peaking in the next few days...
Korvinus 1 | 234
24 Nov 2021 #8,767
Didn't the Polish health minister recently warn that Polish hospitals were under strain?

Yes. That's the model for modern medical systems, you run with the bare minimum you can get by with. So they are always on the verge of being overrun. Exception to this is small local hospitals in very small towns, where they hardly see much traffic but the certain baseline of service needed to be running a hospital is in excess of what they typically deal with. In any larger city, they run at capacity. The idea that they only became overrun because of covid is an outright lie. They've been overrun for years.
jon357 69 | 18,360
24 Nov 2021 #8,768
so hopefully the current wave will be peaking in the next few days...

Hopefully.

People seem to be taking it seriously here. Significant though that the number of fatalities correlates regionally with areas with lower vaccine take-up.

The map below shows the percentage increase in mortality by Wojewodztwo recorded in the last 5 weeks.
twitter.com/lpietrzak20/status/1463071463829868544



Korvinus 1 | 234
24 Nov 2021 #8,769
One of my gloomier predictions is that what we have in front of us could be more like to the American prohibition or Polish communism. That means there could be a decade of lockdowns and bans by politicians who talk nonsense, but eventually the majority of people will have learned to circumvent, cheat and ignore them.

The following things are absolutely certain:

a) more people will die from Corona
b) the world will move on
c) a decade of paranoia and lies will be much worse than Covid
Novichok 1 | 5,101
24 Nov 2021 #8,770
c) a decade of paranoia and lies

Subtract those over 80, fat pigs with the underlying, government lies, and all you have is barely a blip.

From:
reason.com/2021/11/23/covid-19-made-democracies-more-authoritarian-and-authoritarianism-even-worse/

COVID-19 Made Democracies More Authoritarian and Authoritarian Regimes Even Worse
A new report says many democracies have taken steps that are "disproportionate, unnecessary, or illegal" to curb COVID.


Memo to the naive PF suckers: Democracies are autocracies in disguise. They just pretend that your vote matters until pretending is too hard. Then they don't and the real crap comes out - like now. To their credit, no gulags, just unemployment.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,636
25 Nov 2021 #8,771
Now look at that Tacitus:

A statistic about deaths in connection with Corona in Germany (from 18th November)

de.statista.com/statistik/daten/studie/1104173/umfrage/todesfaelle-aufgrund-des-coronavirus-in-deutschland-nach-geschlecht/

Of about 98.000 death in connection with Corona only 141 people had been younger than 30 and nearly 64.000 80 years and older!!!

Seriously? Wouldn't had most of these VERY OLD people not also died without the virus? Because of senility? Or even only because of a little cold?

In that statistic that virus doesn't even look that dangerous to the NOT very old and of course high risk groups....wouldn't it be totally enough to concentrate the vaccinations for these groups only and leave the rest alone...no lock downs for a whole people...no vaccine-terror against the cautious? Huh?

I wonder why this fact isn't more mentioned in the german media...instead panic mongering and incitement of hatred against dissidents everywhere...
mafketis 29 | 10,302
2 days ago #8,772
today's numbers

25.4 % percent of 110,915 tests

hospitalized: 19,087

ICU: 1657

daily deaths: 497 (377 with co-morbidities)

7 day average deaths: 295
Tacitus 2 | 1,446
2 days ago #8,773
Former Schalke 04 top laner Yoppa dies due to COVID-19 complications

dotesports.com/league-of-legends/news/former-schalke-04-top-laner-yoppa-dies-due-to-covid-19-complications

Poor guy, wasn't even 24 yet. I just watched him a couple of weeks ago playing.

@Bratwurst Boy

dissidents

Don't you dare call yourself a "dissident" as if you were following a good cause and not just irrational fear-mongering. Unvaccinated people are not "dissidents", they are simply celebrating their own ignorance and selfishness.

In that statistic

Which is why we look at other statistics as well, like the ICU capacity. The virus itself may not be so deadly to the individual, but it is infectious enough to put enough people on the ICU that it can collaps and cause enough deads. But hey, we just heard that Saxony might be forced to introduce Triage next week, nothing to worry about.... .

Wouldn't had most of these VERY OLD people

You are aware that old people can still live several years and have a fullfilling lifes? This might shock you, but even if the virus were only affecting them - which is not true, and the article I linked a few pages ago shows that the average age of unvaccinated people on ICU is below 60 - we would not just watch them die and shrug our shoulders.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,247
2 days ago #8,774
we would not just watch them die and shrug our shoulder

Yes.also make vaccinations mandatory,my wife is not vaccinated and had mild case of covid,I was out of the country but imagine the inconvenience these people cause to others and now she wont get vaccinated cuz she has antibodies:(
johnny reb 31 | 6,262
2 days ago #8,775
You are more likely to give it to her again than she is to give it to you.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,247
2 days ago #8,776
I will not disagree there but still......I will have an excuse of getting jabbed thrice.
cms neuf - | 1,660
2 days ago #8,777
So, the booster is being made de facto compulsory, for all adults, in order to travel in the EU - and with a 5 month gap between doses, despite this advice being only a few days old. France is first out the blocks but a unified EU system is forcing this in the other 300m citizens.

I don't think a single European citizen has voted yes or no for this measure. Don't expect the little people to be asked any time soon either.
johnny reb 31 | 6,262
2 days ago #8,778
.I will have an excuse of getting jabbed thrice.

In your case you have no choice since biden says he won't let anyone into our country that hasn't been fully vaccinated, excluding the thousands that cross our Southern border illegally every day.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,247
2 days ago #8,779
into our country that hasn't been fully vaccinated

YES,true that even as a citizen this time they asked me to show the proof for vaccination...that flimsy card and a negative test taken not more then 72 hrs before the flight .Finally the state of NJ has an app called"Docket" that gives digital proof for your vaccination.
jon357 69 | 18,360
2 days ago #8,780
most of these VERY OLD people

80 isn't 'very old' nowadays.

Don't you dare call yourself a "dissident" as if you were following a good cause and not just irrational fear-mongering.

Agreed.

Covid passes are going to be more and more normal for flying, crossing borders, and in some countries for going to large events.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,636
2 days ago #8,781
Who say's what's a "good cause"? The KGB? The Stasi?

dissident
/ˈdɪsɪd(ə)nt/
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noun
noun: dissident; plural noun: dissidents

a person who opposes official policy,

adjective
adjective: dissident

in opposition to official policy.

cms neuf - | 1,660
2 days ago #8,782
Well BB you should know that the Covid flat earthers hate being compared to the communists, but the similarities are significant

Rule by powerpoint, not by parliament
Arbitrary rules with no logic
Demonization of anyone who questions that as being dumb / unpatriotic / far right
Tacitus 2 | 1,446
2 days ago #8,783
Rule by

None of this is true though, at least in Germany.
PolAmKrakow 2 | 1,046
2 days ago #8,785
Former brother in law, anti vax, COVID disbeliever, now in hospital with COVID, and gave it to his 6 year old daughter. He is only 55 with no underlying conditions. Refused to get vax, and refused to let wife get it, now she is in quarantine with a 6 year old who has it while he is in a hospital bed. But nothing to see here.
Tacitus 2 | 1,446
2 days ago #8,786
So....I'm not dumb??? :)

No, just refusing to follow logic in this case.
johnny reb 31 | 6,262
2 days ago #8,787
For the first time in history, mRNA vaccines are being utilized on a mass scale.
So why the big push ?
According to international law, human genomes modified by mRNA are patentable.
A case from 2013. In the Supreme Court ruling of Association of Molecular Pathology versus Myriad LLC, lawmakers declared human genomes altered by mRNA vaccines can be patented.

When you modify the genome with an adenovirus vaccine, that vaccinated person is already a transgenic, a transhuman person.
According to what is legally established in international law, it will be the property of the owner of the patent.
But the most dramatic thing of all is that because when transhuman, that person will not be considered human according to the Human Rights we know.

It is not only the diseases the vaccine is going to produce, often fatal, but also the fact that the survivors will have a modified genome and that this modification will be passed on to their descendants.

Because their genome is modified, that modification is patented.
Everything that is patented belongs to the patent holder.
But nothing to see here.
Tacitus 2 | 1,446
2 days ago #8,788
Clearly, every medical breakthrough ought to have a sinister motiv... . Pennicilin was probably pushed to put mind-altering spores into the brains of the patients as well.
Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,636
2 days ago #8,789
but also the fact that the survivors will have a modified genome

Yuck!

I really better wait for more traditional vaccines...
Dirk diggler 9 | 4,791
2 days ago #8,790
But nothing to see here.

Maybe next you can talk about all the vaxxed guinea pigs getting covid and ending up in the ER anyway...

@johnny reb
Just like I said before... short of showing up with the goon squad and having 5 dudes hold you down while they give you a shot they can't do anything. there's going to be a shift between the vaxxed large urban communities and the smaller cities and suburban/rural areas who are against all these mandates (including vaxxed people) that aren't going to wear masks, are going to carry on life as usual, etc. because they're sick of this mickey mouse b.s.

I was at my usual cafe and I'll either read if it's empty but when it's full I like to listen in on conversations and observe people. Some old jew was talking about how he and wife are "tricking" their 5 year old daughter tomorrow to get her first shot. I couldn't believe my ears. Not the worst thing I've heard though. A few weeks ago some girl called presumably her bf talking about how "her rash went away." People are so stupid especially in America. I personally blame media and social media.


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