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1 hour ago, Annie Bynnol said:

Are you claiming that the vaccines have not been a success? 

Are you claiming that the only people in the whole world who know that the vaccines have been successful is a "... smattering of worshippers on here."?

 

Good luck getting an answer 

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Anyone booked in for a vaccine currently?

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5 hours ago, makapaka said:

Anyone booked in for a vaccine currently?

Millions.

Even though11,655,356,423 vaccine doses have been given so far,  the aim of fully protecting 70% of the population globally is still ongoing.

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10 minutes ago, makapaka said:

What nonsense that is.

Trouble with them you never know what's true or not.

Either they've had it a long time and lied about it, and just admitted it now.

Or they indeed have their first cases and deaths due to a fully unvaccinated population

Edited by melthebell

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3 hours ago, makapaka said:

What nonsense that is.

Of course its nonsense that there have been no Covid deaths in the DPRK.

 

Or do mean that the BBC are talking?

or 

Perhaps the North Korean leadership talking nonsense?

or

Maybe that North Korea have already had thousands or millions of cases?

or

Even that North Korea have had no cases of covid?

or

Possibly that in North Korea nobody has died have already had thousands or millions of cases?

 

Give us a clue Billy.

Edited by Annie Bynnol

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2 hours ago, Annie Bynnol said:

Of course its nonsense that there have been no Covid deaths in the DPRK.

 

Or do mean that the BBC are talking?

or 

Perhaps the North Korean leadership talking nonsense?

or

Maybe that North Korea have already had thousands or millions of cases?

or

Even that North Korea have had no cases of covid?

or

Possibly that in North Korea nobody has died have already had thousands or millions of cases?

 

Give us a clue Billy.

All of the above.

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North Korea: Covid outbreak a great disaster, says Kim Jong-un

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-61446907

 

This is a classic example of how the world has, and still is, over reacting to Covid.

We have a country, N Korea, in which huge numbers of people die young because of their appallingly in efficient economy and the fact they spend huge amounts on their armed forces. In fact famines are not  unknown......

Mainly because of these factors N Korea has an average age in the mid 30s and so is not actually in much danger of huge numbers of dead from Covid, yet they are saying it's a "great disaster" for them.

No it isn't, relative to the disaster that is Kim Jong-un Covid will be as nothing.

Yet more disproportionate BS.

 

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36 minutes ago, Chekhov said:

North Korea: Covid outbreak a great disaster, says Kim Jong-un

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-61446907

 

This is a classic example of how the world has, and still is, over reacting to Covid.

We have a country, N Korea, in which huge numbers of people die young because of their appallingly in efficient economy and the fact they spend huge amounts on their armed forces. In fact famines are not  unknown......

Mainly because of these factors N Korea has an average age in the mid 30s and so is not actually in much danger of huge numbers of dead from Covid, yet they are saying it's a "great disaster" for them.

No it isn't, relative to the disaster that is Kim Jong-un Covid will be as nothing.

Yet more disproportionate BS.

 

and in the real world

Its population of 25 million is vulnerable due to the lack of a vaccination programme and poor healthcare system.

 

And on Saturday, state media reported that there had been half a million cases of unexplained fever in recent weeks. The country has limited testing capabilities so most Covid cases are not confirmed.

 

but cos we dont live there, we will never know whats the truth

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44 minutes ago, Chekhov said:

North Korea: Covid outbreak a great disaster, says Kim Jong-un

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-61446907

 

This is a classic example of how the world has, and still is, over reacting to Covid.

We have a country, N Korea, in which huge numbers of people die young because of their appallingly in efficient economy and the fact they spend huge amounts on their armed forces. In fact famines are not  unknown......

Mainly because of these factors N Korea has an average age in the mid 30s and so is not actually in much danger of huge numbers of dead from Covid, yet they are saying it's a "great disaster" for them.

No it isn't, relative to the disaster that is Kim Jong-un Covid will be as nothing.

Yet more disproportionate BS.

 

Life expectancy in North Korea is estimated(2021)as being 72 years(male 68, female76).

The USA, UK, China, South Korea have offered free and unconditional support as the concern is that an unvaccinated, malnourished population with very little appropriate healthcare will suffer badly. Two years of border closures, the imposition of draconian quarantine rules which would include market closures could contribute further.

Edited by Annie Bynnol

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2 hours ago, melthebell said:

and in the real world

 

 

 

 

 

 

but cos we dont live there, we will never know whats the truth

Checkov seems to know when it comes to Covid.  He gets so worked up over it.

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