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Tue Jan 11, 2022, 11:40 PM

Omicron. It's the mild Trojan horse. Meh, let it in. We can handle it.





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Reply Omicron. It's the mild Trojan horse. Meh, let it in. We can handle it. (Original post)
ffr Jan 11 OP
MontanaMama Jan 12 #1
Bev54 Jan 12 #2
PSPS Jan 12 #3
Bev54 Jan 12 #5
IbogaProject Jan 12 #4
Liberty Belle Jan 12 #6
Hekate Jan 12 #7
WHITT Jan 12 #8

Response to ffr (Original post)

Wed Jan 12, 2022, 12:00 AM

1. Sickest I have been in my adult life.

For real. Do not underestimate it.

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Response to ffr (Original post)

Wed Jan 12, 2022, 12:01 AM

2. I read that Europe has found a strain that is a combination of Omicron and Delta.

That is scary.

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Response to Bev54 (Reply #2)

Wed Jan 12, 2022, 12:15 AM

3. That was a mistake. The lab said they tested a contaminated sample.

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Response to PSPS (Reply #3)

Wed Jan 12, 2022, 12:30 AM

5. Oh good, that would be deadly.

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Response to ffr (Original post)

Wed Jan 12, 2022, 12:19 AM

4. I know someone sick a day short of 3 weeks now


I know someone sick a day short of 3 weeks now

A healthy kid no less, he shook it off in a day or two w/o much issue March 2020. This isn't the same whatsoever. Grapvine here in NYC has numerous stories of multiweek. We are months from knowing about any long covid issues w the Onomicron variant nd any new hybrids.

Avoid anivaxers & especially maskholes!!

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Response to ffr (Original post)

Wed Jan 12, 2022, 12:52 AM

6. True, and what if it has impacts years later, like Chickenpox causing Shingles,

or Zika causing brain-damaged babies?

We simply don't know what horrors may await us months or years from now from these insidious new viruses.

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Response to ffr (Original post)

Wed Jan 12, 2022, 01:05 AM

7. KnR

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Response to ffr (Original post)

Wed Jan 12, 2022, 02:33 AM

8. Those That Claim It's "Mild"

are looking at statistics. Those that say it's NOT "less severe" are directly observing patients in their hospital beds.

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