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  1. Having done a little research it appears he is a funeral director and his name is John O'Looney of Milton Keynes Family Funeral Services. Here is the link to the BBC story he mentioned https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-52193244 And here is a demolition of his ludicrous claims https://www.reuters.com/article/factcheck-funeralhomes-covid-idUSL2N2OD1TX As for his name, what can I say! 😀
  2. Will this help you The_DADDY? FDA grants full approval to Pfizer's Covid vaccine https://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/fda-grants-full-approval-pfizer-s-covid-vaccine-n1277390
  3. Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one. Malcolm Forbes It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. Aristotle Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance. Will Durant https://www.brainyquote.com/
  4. Sweden didn't protect the vulnerable. Look here: https://ourworldindata.org/covid-deaths Anyone who still thinks Sweden got it right must think human life is very cheap.
  5. Hopefully, this will clear things up for you The_DADDY https://www.ons.gov.uk/aboutus/transparencyandgovernance/freedomofinformationfoi/whetherthosewhohavediedfromacaraccidentwithcovid19willbecountedinonsstatistics?:uri=aboutus/transparencyandgovernance/freedomofinformationfoi/whetherthosewhohavediedfromacaraccidentwithcovid19willbecountedinonsstatistics When a person dies, in most cases a doctor writes a medical certificate of cause of death (MCCD) which is then recorded in the death registration (at a local authority registration office). The details are printed out as the official 'death certificate' for the next of kin. The same information is sent electronically from the registration office to ONS for us to produce statistics about causes of death. For some deaths, such as when the death was due to an accident or violence, there is a coroner's inquest to establish the facts and the coroner then decides the cause of death and sends their findings to the local registrar. The doctor or coroner certifying a death can record more than one health condition or event on the form. The medical certificate of cause of death has two parts, Part 1 contains the sequence of health conditions or events leading directly to death, while Part 2 can contain other health conditions that contributed to the death but were not part of the direct sequence. For statistical purposes one of the health conditions on the certificate is chosen as the 'underlying cause of death'. The underlying cause of death is defined as the health condition or event that started the train of events leading to death and is worked out according to rules from the World Health Organisation (WHO). COVID-19 is the underlying cause of death in around 92% of deaths where it was mentioned on the death certificate. If someone dies in circumstances involving an accident, violence or suspicious circumstances, the case is referred to a coroner for investigation. A post-mortem examination is carried out and usually an inquest is held. The Coroner's Court hears all the evidence and follows legal rules of evidence when deciding the causes of death. It is extremely unlikely that a coroner would find that someone was involved in a traffic accident, or was the victim of violence, because of having COVID-19 or a positive COVID-19 test -- so they would not mention COVID-19 on the death certificate. This applies to any death caused by an accident, violence, poisoning, or other external causes. Even if in an unusual case a death certificate mentioned both COVID-19 and a traffic accident (or other external causes), the World Health Organisation (WHO) rules for coding deaths mean that the traffic accident would be identified as the underlying cause of death in our data. You can read in detail about the coding of causes of death and identifying the underlying cause in the ONS User guide to mortality statistics and the WHO International Classification of Diseases (ICD-10) instruction manual.
  6. Why do you think it will take 18-24 months for us to start dropping by flies, The_DADDY? Is it because that's when Bill Gates will switch on all the nanochips in the vaccine, turning us into 5g hotspots?
  7. Djokovid. Superspreader
  8. GB News is fast becoming a must see comedy channel. Take this example where Colin Brazier's colleague mixes up computer viruses with coronavirus! Just look at his face!
  9. It's around a month since I was there. The contract might well have been extended since.
  10. When I went to the Arena for my 2nd jab I was told the NHS contract there runs out at the end of July.
  11. Hi Yosemite Sam. You wrote the following 'In March 2020, Professor Legover made his doomsday prophecy of half a million dead'. This is what Professor Ferguson and 30 other scientists actually said in their Imperial College ' Impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions (NPIs) to reduce COVID-19 mortality and healthcare demand' report. https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/medicine/sph/ide/gida-fellowships/Imperial-College-COVID19-NPI-modelling-16-03-2020.pdf In the (unlikely) absence of any control measures or spontaneous changes in individual behaviour, we would expect a peak in mortality (daily deaths) to occur after approximately 3 months (Figure 1A). In such scenarios, given an estimated R0 of 2.4, we predict 81% of the GB and US populations would be infected over the course of the epidemic. Epidemic timings are approximate given the limitations of surveillance data in both countries: The epidemic is predicted to be broader in the US than in GB and to peak slightly later. This is due to the larger geographic scale of the US, resulting in more distinct localised epidemics across states (Figure 1B) than seen across GB. The higher peak in mortality in GB is due to the smaller size of the country and its older population compared with the US. In total, in an unmitigated epidemic, we would predict approximately 510,000 deaths in GB and 2.2 million in the US, not accounting for the potential negative effects of health systems being overwhelmed on mortality.' In practise, even without a Government lockdown, there would be spontaneous changes in individual behaviours once people saw the bodies piling up. Taking into account around 150000 have died so far in spite of 12 months of various lockdowns, Professor Ferguson and his team's estimate looks very reasonable.
  12. Thanks for posting this Mister Gee. It is truly astonishing. What makes things even worse is it appears he was neither challenged nor corrected by the BBC interviewer.
  13. Is it 'D Taxis' by any chance!? 😉
  14. Here you are Ridgewalk https://coronavirus.data.gov.uk/details/interactive-map Just pop your postcode in the box.
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