# COVID-19Covid injection sceptics are apparently dying like flies

#### Anglophile

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Demand for monoclonal antibody treatments – which lessen the severity of Covid symptoms – is soaring in parts of America with low vaccination rates.

#### Seánie McRant

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Dead right. Lets stop treating depression and stop trying to prevent suicides too.

If we could or even should prevent people from harming themselves then we should stop them taking experimental vaccines.

However, unlike the Covidian cultists, I like many people I know believe in bodily integrity. So if someone decides to become part of an experiment then that is entirely up to them.

I even have to pay for the injuring and sterilisation of children via taxation.

Appalling abuse.

#### Seánie McRant

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Pfizer said its vaccine is effective and safe for children aged five to 11.

Bet you $2.3 billion it's not safe and effective. #### IrishJohn Member SW Member Bet you$2.3 billion it's not safe and effective.

"safe and effective" is not a medical term its a marketing slogan.

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Pfizer said its vaccine is effective and safe for children aged five to 11.
I find it almost impossible to comprehend how any person could agree with this violent abuse against children. The creeps enabling and championing this abhorrence are as twisted as the ogres pushing this evil dogma.

What a shameful excuse for humanity. Inhumane actions actually being considered against the youngest of society.

#### Mowl

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Why could this not be accommodated on existing threads? 20 posts should be needed to start a thread.

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#### Anglophile

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A Covid therapy derived from a llama named Fifi has shown "significant potential" in early trials.

#### ILLUSTRO

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A Covid therapy derived from a llama named Fifi has shown "significant potential" in early trials.
Hey look Anglophile, go fetch the ball, go!

#### Anglophile

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The current variant of Covid is unlikely to mutate as there ‘aren’t very many places for the virus to go', according to Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert,
creator of the AstraZeneca vaccine.

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The current variant of Covid is unlikely to mutate as there ‘aren’t very many places for the virus to go', according to Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert,
creator of the AstraZeneca vaccine.
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#### guyincognito

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The current variant of Covid is unlikely to mutate as there ‘aren’t very many places for the virus to go', according to Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert,
creator of the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Any chance of it going to a Green Party conference?

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## No jab, no jive for selfish Strictly Stars - Jan Moir​

Remarkable as it may seem, the unnamed trio would rather lose their jobs than have the jab. This means they are willing to give up the maximum exposure that comes with a role on Strictly, including three months of prime-time appearances on one of the most popular shows in the country. Not to mention probable earnings of around £50,000.

Many might find it odd that anyone would refuse a potentially lifesaving dose of medicine, delivered free of charge, in a developed country that is finally on the front foot in the Covid wars. But no, they don’t want it, thanks very much. In vast areas of the developing world, where vaccines are not readily available, desperate people are dying for want of a jab. Here in the First World, there is the disgraceful luxury of refusal.

This rumba of discontent rumbling on under the glitterball is a microcosm of what is going on elsewhere in the country. It is not just anti-vaxxer nutters who refuse the jab; there are still pockets of resistance everywhere, particularly among the young.

If you don’t have the vaccination, I don’t think you also have the right to carry on with your life as normal.

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## Anti-vaxxer young mum, 24, 'who was hooked on conspiracy theories' dies of Covid after admitting not getting jab was the 'worst mistake of her life'​

By Chris Jewers For Mailonline11:44 02 Oct 2021, updated 11:49 02 Oct 2021

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• Abby Gibbs, 24, died from Covid-19 on September 22 after three-week battle
• Her family have said she was hooked on conspiracy theories and refused jab
• However, after falling ill she told her mother it was the worst mistake of her life
• They are not urging others to get the vaccine to avoid the same fate
An anti-vaxxer mother whose family has said was hooked on conspiracy theories has died after admitting not getting the jab was the worst mistake of her life.
Now, the heartbroken family of 24-year-old Abby Gibbs, who passed away following an almost three-week battle in intensive care, are now urging people to get their Covid vaccine

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## Anti-vaxxer young mum, 24, 'who was hooked on conspiracy theories' dies of Covid after admitting not getting jab was the 'worst mistake of her life'​

By Chris Jewers For Mailonline11:44 02 Oct 2021, updated 11:49 02 Oct 2021

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• Abby Gibbs, 24, died from Covid-19 on September 22 after three-week battle
• Her family have said she was hooked on conspiracy theories and refused jab
• However, after falling ill she told her mother it was the worst mistake of her life
• They are not urging others to get the vaccine to avoid the same fate
An anti-vaxxer mother whose family has said was hooked on conspiracy theories has died after admitting not getting the jab was the worst mistake of her life.
Now, the heartbroken family of 24-year-old Abby Gibbs, who passed away following an almost three-week battle in intensive care, are now urging people to get their Covid vaccine
Yeah....sure....
Bet ya it was 'the virus' alone that killed her.....
Of course she's not here now to explain her reasons for not taking the experimental drug either and her auld wan can say what she likes....

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## No jab, no jive for selfish Strictly Stars - Jan Moir​

Remarkable as it may seem, the unnamed trio would rather lose their jobs than have the jab. This means they are willing to give up the maximum exposure that comes with a role on Strictly, including three months of prime-time appearances on one of the most popular shows in the country. Not to mention probable earnings of around £50,000.

Many might find it odd that anyone would refuse a potentially lifesaving dose of medicine, delivered free of charge, in a developed country that is finally on the front foot in the Covid wars. But no, they don’t want it, thanks very much. In vast areas of the developing world, where vaccines are not readily available, desperate people are dying for want of a jab. Here in the First World, there is the disgraceful luxury of refusal.

This rumba of discontent rumbling on under the glitterball is a microcosm of what is going on elsewhere in the country. It is not just anti-vaxxer nutters who refuse the jab; there are still pockets of resistance everywhere, particularly among the young.

If you don’t have the vaccination, I don’t think you also have the right to carry on with your life as normal.

So three of the particpants have not been vaccinated but their names can not be revealed as that is of course private information. The BBC has no legal basis to leave them out of the show and would be sued to high heaven if they tried to - apparently being on this show can make or break the career of those involved.

But anyway the subsequent news is that two of the participants have tested positive - and it has been confirmed that both were vaccinated.

There are fears that Tom Fletcher could miss a second week of Strictly Come Dancing after he and partner Amy Dowden were forced to pull out of this weekend’s shows after testing positive for Covid.

The 36-year-old pop singer and his 31-year-old dance professional partner were gutted to take a pause on Strictly this week after they contracted Covid.

The pair, who have both been vaccinated, will be absent from both the main show and the results show this weekend as they take time out to recover – and to protect other Strictly cast members from the virus.