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  1. Annabelles secrets. But don’t tell BBG.
  2. seven

    Coronavirus

    That’s overdoing it. It’s you, isn’t it.
  3. seven

    Coronavirus

    Where’s this? Here in northern Europe it’s already being planned. Had 2 Pfizer in the spring as well. Them 6 months are soon up.
  4. Its same everywhere . Planes from Sweden are full to holidays destinations all over Europe. Most newly infected are 20-30 year olds bringing the delta back home, and this group is not rushing to get vaccinated. Fall could be interesting.
  5. You wish this is some kind of sick joke, but it isn't. In crisis like this the traits of a third world country become so evident. Sad. Thailand sends COVID-19 patients to hometowns by train https://www.yahoo.com/news/thailand-sends-covid-19-patients-085957450.html BANGKOK (AP) — Authorities in Thailand began transporting some people who tested positive for the coronavirus from Bangkok to their hometowns on Tuesday for isolation and treatment to alleviate the burden on the capital’s overwhelmed medical system. A train carrying more than 100 patients and medical workers in full protective gear left the city for the northeast. It will drop patients off in seven provinces, where they will be met by health officers and taken to hospitals. Medical authorities in Bangkok said Monday that all ICU beds for COVID-19 patients at public hospitals were full and that some of the sick were being treated in emergency rooms. Officials said they have asked army medics to help out at civilian hospitals. “These are patients from Bangkok who haven’t received treatment in hospitals. We want to bring them to doctors in their hometowns. And the traveling process is controlled all through the journey,” said Deputy Prime Minister and Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, who was on hand to watch the operation. “We will continue this service until no COVID-19 patients who cannot get beds in Bangkok are left,” he said.
  6. seven

    4th Wave

    Here we go. Wonder if he had praised Pfizer vaccine ( which is supposedly the most efficient against Delta) if that was what he got. https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/piers-morgan-tests-positive-covid-19-153313039.html Piers Morgan has shared he recently tested positive for COVID-19 and believes he caught the Delta variant at London's Wembley Stadium during the Euros final earlier this month. The 56-year-old journalist, who has received both doses of the Astra-Zeneca vaccine, had a ticket to the England vs. Italy game that saw a number of fans break into the stadium to watch the match. "My confidence that the event would be 'COVID-safe,' had disintegrated," Morgan shares in Mail On Sunday. "It was turning into an unregulated free-for-all." The former Good Morning Britain host said he began to feel ill two days after England's defeat and took a lateral flow test, which was positive. A follow-up PCR test then also returned a positive result. He writes his symptoms included fever, cold sweats, coughing, and "alarming" chest pains, although they have now faded. "This is definitely the roughest I've felt from any illness in my adult life, BUT, as I slowly come out the other side, coughing and spluttering, I'm still here — unlike so many millions around the world who've lost their lives to COVID in this pandemic," he adds. Morgan credits his survival to being vaccinated. "For that, I owe a heartfelt debt of thanks to the brilliant scientists up in Oxford who created the Astra-Zeneca vaccine with such astonishing speed," he writes.
  7. seven

    Coronavirus

    Teerak is a walking ATM and its time to feed family up in Issan. 'One mole zelo, teelak'
  8. Either new software has slowed down this forum or its my old laptop. Could also be the vaccine/5G. Sith? Pages load slow compared to before the latest updates with ranks and points about a month ago.
  9. seven

    Coronavirus

    Finally. https://www.yahoo.com/news/thailand-join-covax-acknowledging-low-154812357.html Thailand to join COVAX, acknowledging low vaccine supply BANGKOK (AP) — The head of Thailand’s National Vaccine Institute apologized Wednesday for the country's slow and inadequate rollout of coronavirus vaccines, promising it will join the U.N.-backed COVAX program to receive supplies from its pool of donated vaccines next year. Thailand is battling a punishing coronavirus surge that is pushing new cases and deaths to record highs nearly every day. There is fear that the numbers will get much worse because the government failed to secure significant vaccine supplies in advance of the onslaught.
  10. seven

    Coronavirus

    Astra Mulls Vaccine Imports to Southeast Asia as Thai Supply Hit https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/astra-mulls-vaccine-imports-southeast-063606540.html AstraZeneca Plc is planning to import Covid-19 vaccines to Southeast Asia as its only manufacturing facility in the region struggles to ramp up output to meet demand from countries hit hard by the delta variant. The Anglo-Swedish drugmaker is scouring more than 20 supply chains in its global manufacturing network to find additional vaccines for Southeast Asia, including Thailand, James Teague, managing director for AstraZeneca Thailand, said in an open letter Saturday. The company “will leave no stone unturned” in manufacturing vaccines as fast as possible, he said. “A global supply crunch for Covid-19 vaccines and shortages of the materials and components required to produce the vaccine, make it difficult to provide certainty today, but we are hopeful of importing additional doses in the months ahead,” Teague said. AstraZeneca’s inability to scale up production has contributed to the slow vaccination rate in countries including Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam, which are in line to receive shots made by its Thai partner Siam Bioscience Plc. a company linked to the Thai monarchy, with a target to export two-thirds of the output to countries in Southeast Asia.
  11. seven

    4th Wave

    Of course it was. I have a really bad feeling you are correct on this. We may ride this one out , but what will happen next time? These last 18 months have showed the worst in human beings. The world is overpopulated and maybe we don't deserve any better. I don't worry for myself, I have lived a pretty good life, but I do have younger relatives who are facing a very uncertain future.
  12. Great movie. One of De Niros finest performances.
  13. seven

    4th Wave

    Yes, its really silly. Cant cross borders either. I am. Not often I'm a proud citizen but this time we got it right. Recently Europe started to report and worry about just that. We've been so busy saving our own ass for the last year, some parts of the world have been almost forgotten. Starvation, food supply, meds will never be a problem in Europe (unless you are in the Brexit fiasco). Also discussed more now are the devastation and casualties caused not by covid directly , but indirectly by the many ill thought actions and restriction such as lockdowns. Its obvious these issues are being discussed more now that we've managed the pandemic.
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