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Re: Coronavirus thread
« Reply #5960 on: Today at 03:33:01 AM »
Yes, but its probably going to take more time, before any good results appear, and as it is known from previous developments, initial surveys/hypotheses may contradict each other. Currently, media stories about omicron often do. 15 sewage sample stations around the country will now be mapping tendencies too.

Virus cases still going up here in DK generally, in spite of new restrictions as per Nov. 12th and Nov. 26th ... they'll probably introduce more today, though we're not talking about lock-downs. It will be curfews in night life etc.
The 3rd jab will be available earlier, now about 5 1/2 months after the second, not 6 months, so personally I might get a call for it during this weekend or so.
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Re: Coronavirus thread
« Reply #5961 on: Today at 03:54:47 AM »
Yes, but its probably going to take more time, before any good results appear, and as it is known from previous developments, initial surveys/hypotheses may contradict each other. Currently, media stories about omicron often do. 15 sewage sample stations around the country will now be mapping tendencies too.

Virus cases still going up here in DK generally, in spite of new restrictions as per Nov. 12th and Nov. 26th ... they'll probably introduce more today, though we're not talking about lock-downs. It will be curfews in night life etc.
The 3rd jab will be available earlier, now about 5 1/2 months after the second, not 6 months, so personally I might get a call for it during this weekend or so.

In the UK it’s now 3 months for booster if your 40+. The world is taking a huge gamble on vaccines providing adequate omicron protection. If they’re (we’re) wrong, it’ll be frightening; if they’re (we’re) right, it’ll still be painful.
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Re: Coronavirus thread
« Reply #5962 on: Today at 03:58:02 AM »
Calling people in Japan - what’s going on there? Why is there like, practically no Covid?
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Re: Coronavirus thread
« Reply #5963 on: Today at 07:58:50 AM »
     From the formerly failing newspaper of record:

     Pfizer Says its Booster Offers Significant Protection Against Omicron
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