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Thread: How are you dealing with the changes brought about by this pandemic?

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    🙋And who has their hands up?
    Originally Posted by LaHermes
    thousands of volunteers either get the vaccine or a control.

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    Sarah Lambert (research lead) already had about 500 volunteers (maybe 1000). She has already tested the vaccine on her own adult children in addition to the volunteers. One of the volunteers (62) was on radio the other day and said he had no ill effects. It should be remarked that these volunteers were given four thousand GB pounds each for their time.

    I certainlywould take the vaccine because this ongoing state of flux is so irksome and unproductive. Like being stranded on Mars. LOL.

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    I'll take the vaccine (not during the trial though...). Every year I've gotten a flu shot I didn't get the flu. Every year I didn't get one...you guessed it, I got a vicious case of the flu.

    But I will wait until it's been fully approved.

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    Understand Bolt.

    I have never had a flu shot in my life. But not prone to the flu or such ailments.

    However, just to get out of this Covid bind I'd nearly lift the phone and ring Sarah Lambert to see will she take me on. LOL.

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    🔴🟠🟡🟢🔵🟣🟤⚫Why aren't people wearing the ribbons like red for AIDS, pink for breast cancer, etc? What color should they use for COVID?

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    What color should they use for COVID?
    Pukey green.

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    White... For the copious sputum and for the shroud that has covered so many.

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    Believe it or not....

    [Register to see the link]

    And on a certain site they are merchandising Covid stuff. Example: a Covid silicone bracelet costing almost 26 dollars!!

    (Don't want to put up the link as it could be "advertising").

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    Has Covid simply served to bring more to the surface the madness of the world that was already there!

    I worry about a lot of people, not due to Covid but due to surfacing craziness.


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