Not as bright as they said they were. Oh well.As of 5 minutes ago they said it was inconclusive. Anybody surprised by that.
As expected.As of 5 minutes ago they said it was inconclusive. Anybody surprised by that.
That certainly will work for the PC crowd. After all did not the India variant (Delta) and the others get renamed by the WHO to more politically correct terms like Lambda, Gamma etc. Wonder what personal pronouns they want us to use.How about just "Covid Virus?" I'm good with that.
Here is more PROOF about the WUHAN CHINA virusIt's not "what I think" but rather facts & scientific consensus - which I know conflict with your version of reality.
Hate China till the cows come home, makes no difference to me (or them for that matter), fact is Sinovac works as intended - the number that matters, as we're learning more and more on a daily basis, is the efficacy in preventing severe disease/deaths. And Sinovac is doing the job - as are all the other vaccines authorized by the WHO. But all of them need boosters in order to maintain their efficacy. Fact: protection wanes in all cases no matter the manufacturer. BTW, herd immunity is out the window - might want to read up on that as well.
Lastly, you've been given the scientific & social reasons as to why "China/Wuham virus" is both inaccurate and xenophobic and yet you chose to continue to use, and defend, said terminology. Fair enough - if the shoe fits...
Washington (CNN)Senior Biden administration officials overseeing an intelligence review into the origins of the coronavirus now believe the theory that the virus accidentally escaped from a lab in Wuhan is at least as credible as the possibility that it emerged naturally in the wild -- a dramatic shift from a year ago, when Democrats publicly downplayed the so-called lab leak theory.