I doubt if those are current photos. Boots on the ground and hard to believe. Fake news
Thats the way it is is on DR1. On the left of the photo you see an area of that looks like a kiosk with a blue background. No way that is the immigration area. That is not SD airport. Then again who cares?So someone posts the photos and no one knows where they are from or when
lol, I got so many shots in the service I lost count. If I said I already had "that one" they said it wont hurt you to have twoIt's a personal freedom issue. I got the flu shot in boot camp when I was 18. Didn't like it then and haven't had one since and have never had the flu. I won't get one for the Kung flu either.
You need to be member to view..picture was today arrivals line SD
Similar to the norovirus, I thought once you had it you were good, boy was I wrong. I do highly recommend it for losing a quick 12 pounds.Well, and that is a deep subject. Let us look at it this way.
1) It is likely the most effective way to develop antibodies is to actually be infected by CV19.
2) Most of those who have actually been infected with CV19 have been found to have antibodies that disappear over 3 months.
3) Vaccines are extremely unlikely to provide more antibody protection over a longer time period than actually being infected by the disease.
4) All of the experts in the world cannot change 1, 2 and 3 as far as I know. ( I do hope they discover something that has never been done before.)
CV19 is looking like the coronavirus' that cause common colds with respect to immunity. People only have short term immunity after catching them. And there is no effective vaccine because of that.
Just to be clear, if getting the actual virus does not bestow immunity, (as the WHO has now told the world,) a vaccine will not bestow immunity either.With immunity from actually having CV19 lasting a few months at best, and the results from early vaccine study showing a vaccine lasting even less, there is virtually no chance an effective vaccine will ever exist. Are people going to get a vaccine injection every two or three months to keep up their immunity? Perhaps, but it seems unlikely. Maybe those at highest risk of death. Antivaxers will have a field day with that concept.
How is a vaccine ever going to be more effective in generating protective antibodies than actually having the disease itself where the protection only lasts a few months and then you can get the disease again?
Unfortunately this is all going exactly like I expected it might. And that is not good. People will have to think of different approaches. Those antibody tests to see if you had the disease already are likely to be pointless wastes of time and effort. With fading hopes for a vaccine and any type of long term immunity, what will be done next?
Measles is currently the most infectious disease of its kind and the standard against which all other disease Infection potentials are measured. It’s been with us for centuries and the current vaccine regime for measles controls it spread but never eliminates it. Herd immunity worldwide never lasts for many reasons. Despite that, world economies chug along and cope with localized out breaks with minimum fuss. No surprise that COVID-19 response will be similar. Vaccines will be developed to limit the infection, not eliminate it, and allow us to get on with our lives. People will still die with COVID-19. Once the numbers are reduced to an acceptable level (whatever that is) it will fade into the background of the many life threatening infections we deal with annually. Life is a crapshoot so hedge your bets and hope that dice roll in your favour.Just to be clear, if getting the actual virus does not bestow immunity, (as the WHO has now told the world,) a vaccine will not bestow immunity either.
It also renders the term Herd Immunity moot.
Exactly. No long term immunity from actually having the virus, no long term immunity from a vaccine, hence no herd immunity is possible.Just to be clear, if getting the actual virus does not bestow immunity, (as the WHO has now told the world,) a vaccine will not bestow immunity either.
It also renders the term Herd Immunity moot.
Well it is SDQ I’m pretty sure other airports are looking the sameWhen I click on link it says broken. But that's ok. I don't believe anything on Facebook anyway : )
I have been in few airports lately. None looked like this. Good place to stay away from if SDQ for sure.
Don’t be so negative on vaccine Trump said by end of yr... moderna shows promise..Exactly. No long term immunity from actually having the virus, no long term immunity from a vaccine, hence no herd immunity is possible.
Those are both the bad news of recent tests that have been done on infected people and on those receiving one vaccine.
Perhaps the virus will mutate into one less dangerous? That would be wishful thinking at the highest level.
So now what if there will be no effective vaccine and the virus never goes away?
What erroneous and misguided schemes will governments put in place?
Here I heard some parts of Santiago will be "closed" as one knee jerk response. Is it the same in parts of Santo Domingo as well?
The Republic Wednesday, July 15, 2020