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  1. me too. It's very selective, it is the "bottom 40" i.e. the 40 countries with the WORST deaths/100k population. There are 150+ more countries that have a lower death rate....
  2. Reading the full report does not lead to this conclusion. The death and hospitalisation rates are severely reduced to those vaccinated: https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/1016465/Vaccine_surveillance_report_-_week_36.pdf
  3. Thanks, but I think I'll stick with listening to 120 of the worlds leading scientists who published a grave warning about the UK easing restrictions too soon, rather than "Team Sweden Unlocked": https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(21)01589-0/fulltext
  4. Probably also affected by seeing friends and family dying or suffering from long Covid. Seeing a pandemic sweeping across the world and killing millions doesn't help with my anxiety, regardless of any advertising campaign. Maybe because Britain is looking like a laughing stock to the rest of the world as it gears up to open up while cases and variants run rampant?
  5. Rather than posting a randomised chart you could just have posted it in chronological order, or would that not fit your narrative?
  6. I'm not complaining, I'm just pointing out how the numbers in the chart you posted are collected. The chart you posted, at first glance, gives the impression that the Covid vaccines are very dangerous. The danger here is that your post influences somebody from delaying/not getting the vaccine.
  7. Fact Check-VAERS data does not prove thousands died from receiving COVID-19 vaccines: https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-vaers-deaths-idUSL1N2LV0NY
  8. This video is from 29 December (if you follow the Twitter link to the youtube video) BEFORE the new restrictions.....
  9. Well that took 30 seconds. Your Stockholm population density is correct. However, NY population density is 27,000 per square mile not 5,239 according to the actual City of New York Government website: https://www1.nyc.gov/site/planning/planning-level/nyc-population/population-facts.page Only a factor of 5 out, keep trying.... And you're posting stuff from "Fabulous Mrs Fox" on Twitter, that well known statistician 🤣
  10. I'll try one last time to get my point across, this time without any stats or charts, simply a link to a thread on Reddit with people describing their experiences of getting back into running post Covid. These are the people that aren't in the death stats. You will probably say that they are just "random people on the internet". Well I am part of this community and know several of them in the thread. I also know of two others who are experiencing affects long after recovering from Covid- one still gets out of breath after walking up stairs (was previously very fit) months later and another, a semi-pro singer who literally can't sing anymore. @Caseynotes Keep posting your memes and **** but be aware that you contributing to people taking covid less seriously and ultimately ending up like those in this thread:
  11. Interesting if true. Looks suspicious though. "Contains OS data Crown copyright and database right 2020/21" doesn't look like a usual ONS disclaimer. Can you post a link to the ONS source? otherwise not worth anything, I could knock this up in Excel in 5 minutes....
  12. Just from your posts this afternoon: Sweden: "very little excess mortality in 2020" DISPROVED: Covid: "99.9% survival rate" DISPROVED UK vs Sweden population density: DISPROVED I could go on...
  13. Population per square km: UK 275 Denmark 137 Sweden 25 Finland 18 Norway 15 UK is 10x more dense than Sweden....
  14. Ah now we are getting to the truth, you want this thread to be your personal outlet with nobody challenging anything you post, I see......
  15. Used to be quoted as "look how great they are doing without a lockdown", here are the 4 Scandinavian countries today:
  16. No idea where this number comes from. https://coronavirus.jhu.edu/data/mortality UK death rate of 2.7% therefore a survival rate of 97.3% And let's conveniently ignore all the long term problems experienced by many of the survivors...
  17. Here's Sweden's excess mortality, looks more than "very little" to me.... https://ourworldindata.org/excess-mortality-covid
  18. You stated: "Russia is fully open", I posted an article explaining how it wasn't, you basically ignored it. You stated: "Look at cancer (yellow) progressively less deaths since lockdown 1, at this rate it won't be long before there are no cancer deaths at all. ", I posted the actual stats that show cancer deaths down about 1% compared to a "normal" year, is that even statistically significant? Anyway, again you just ignored it and moved on... Carry on, don't let the facts get in the way of a good meme....
  19. So, we've now moved on from the false Russia story and the cancer story which was not fully investigated/explained and the next story is posted....from Fox News....
  20. I looked at your link, it doesn't exactly support your theory that "it won't be long before there are no cancer deaths at all". Basically a 1% drop since March...at this rate it will be about 100 years.... (Deaths since 21 March 2020):
  21. Ah, another insult... I was not saying everything was closed, I was simply pointing out that your post stating "Russia is fully open" was a lie. Which implies to me they are open but were reduced to less than 50% capacity and are now allowed to increase to 50% capacity. Not eaxctly "fully open".
  22. Do you actually double check anything you post? I've just posted something from a reliable source that totally contradicts something you posted earlier and all you can do is sarcastically congratulate me on being able to search the web. Are you going to delete your false post or just leave it there to add to the volumes of misinformation on this thread?
  23. Took 30 seconds to find a report from Reuters: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-health-coronavirus-russia-cases/moscow-to-relax-some-restrictions-as-daily-russian-covid-19-cases-ease-idUSKBN29Q0V3
  24. try reading the thread before demanding other people do your searching for you. The link was posted on Wednesday. Ok I've read all the posts on Wednesday, you did post a link to the WHO website: https://www.who.int/news/item/20-01-2021-who-information-notice-for-ivd-users-2020-05 As far as I can tell (I don't have a medical background) it's a notice to request people administering the PCR test to follow the instructions for use; to quote from the webpage: It doesn't say anywhere "stop using PCR for diagnosis".
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