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Tequila_Wolf wrote

I'm a little surprised by the continued use of astrazeneca since it's already not effective on an existing variant. I wonder if it's reasonable to expect that the SA variant will actually never make it to countries that have used astrazeneca. I can understand it used as a stopgap measure but not really as a long term solution.

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Kinshavo wrote

The big pharma are calling the shots (as expected, they rented the govt for represent their interests). AstraZeneca is causing some uneasy among the EU because they are cashing in the money and not delivering the vaccines, and right now this whole backlash about secondary effects and blood clots could be part of some internal struggle behind the curtains.

In reality the govt from the North are in denial, like you said the new variant is immune to the AstraZeneca vaccine and they expected to the mutations been localized only in SA, Brazil, etc? They hinted that the solution will be "improve" the border control mechanisms, barbed wire, concentration camps, cages for kids...I am gloom about the prospects. I am lucky that my parents overseas are taking care

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Kinshavo wrote

5 eyes / Commonwealth staying together

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