Jul 30 - Sigh. "Super mutant" variant of COVID could kill 1 in 3 people, says UK experts.

topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot 3X PLAT

section  x1   |  0 bx goons and 1 bystanders Share this on Twitter       Share this on Facebook

section wild 'ish
 2 months ago '20        #1
4265 page views

GREENDOWN  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x16
Props total: 16376 16 K  Slaps total: 2735 2 K
Jul 30 - Sigh. "Super mutant" variant of COVID could k*ll 1 in 3 people, says UK experts.



 2 months ago '20        #2
GREENDOWN  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x16 OP
Props total: 16376 16 K  Slaps total: 2735 2 K
I'm just tired at this point bro. I'm not mad, I don't have an opinion, I don't have a clever analysis nor a joke to make light of it. I'm just exhausted.

 2 months ago '09        #3
GREAT1NE  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
Props total: 12949 12 K  Slaps total: 1844 1 K
Looks like they gonna have to make some new “vaccines”

 2 months ago '17        #4
Ymmot  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
Props total: 91229 91 K  Slaps total: 24193 24 K
I'm just tired at this point bro. I'm not mad, I don't have an opinion, I don't have a clever analysis nor a joke to make light of it. I'm just exhausted.
Word, I feel you.

Top 10 most propped recently  2 months ago '13        #5
THEDONN  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
Props total: 97685 97 K  Slaps total: 40052 40 K
Ya'll dont understand how REAL i wish this hoax was

ALl you stupid fu*ks would be dropping like flies


 2 months ago '13        #6
Props total: 2703 2 K  Slaps total: 486 486
I'm confused, if these new strains are becoming more common and deadly, you f*gs still don't want a vaccine.

Like you think the Dr. Sebi package is going to save you from the worse pandemic since the Spanish Flu.

 2 months ago '20        #7
I Know  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
Props total: 6891 6 K  Slaps total: 7833 7 K
A doomsday new Covid variant that could k*ll up to one in three people is a 'realistic possibility', according to the Government's top scientists.

Documents published by the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) today warned a future strain could be as deadly as MERS — which which has a case fatality rate of 35 per cent — could be on the way.

No10's expert panel It said the likelihood of the virus mutating is highest when it is most prevalent — as is currently the case in Britain.

And a downside of Britain's hugely successful vaccine drive, it appears the country's greater levels of immunity could help speed up the process.

Scientists said Britain should bring in booster vaccine doses over the winter, minimise new variants coming from abroad and consider culling animals — including minks and even cats, which can harbour the virus — to prevent the mutant strain occurring.

Top scientists today claimed the Indian 'Delta' variant is not spreading as quickly as chickenpox, despite US health officials saying it is just as contagious.

Data circulating within America's Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claimed people infected with the mutant strain can go on to infect eight others.

The same internal document also alleged that fully-vaccinated people can spread the Indian variant just as easily as unvaccinated people because they carry a similar amount of the virus in their nose and mouth.

Dr Rochelle Walensky, the director of the CDC, insisted the agency was 'not crying wolf', saying the situation was 'serious' and that the measures needed to tackle the spread of Delta were 'extreme'.

But British scientists have questioned some of the claims made by the department, which has urged Americans to keep their coverings on indoors regardless of whether they've been vaccinated or not.

Professor David Livermore, an infectious diseases expert from the University of East Anglia, said vaccine-triggered immunity and the endless waves of Covid which nations have endured meant there were fewer susceptible people around for people to infect.

'The US, like the UK, has substantial immunity from prior infection and from vaccination,' he told MailOnline. 'This will surely be a major drag on Delta's spread, precluding (viral spread) numbers of that magnitude.'

And Professor Julian Tang, a virologist at Leicester University, said the theory was likely just 'speculation' because it was very difficult to track down the number of cases sparked by a single infection.

A document dated July 14 stated the importance of global surveillance on the emergence of new variants and added: 'Any increase in foreign travel over the summer and the return of international students to universities in the autumn is of particular concern.'

In the same document from the Scientific Pandemic Influenza Group on Modelling, Operational sub-group (SPI-M-O), experts warned that September and October 'will be a particularly risky point in the trajectory of the epidemic'.

It states that 'significant pressures on healthcare could be seen' if more normal behaviours, following the lifting of many restrictions, coincide with the return of schools and universities.

Scientists unveiled the threat of a super mutant variant in a paper looking at potential scenarios that could emerge in the not-so-distant future.

Experts said a future strain could be resistant to vaccines if it came about by the jab-resistant 'South Africa' Beta variant combining with the more transmissible 'Kent' Alpha or 'India' Delta variants.

The process — known as recombination — could lead to a strain with 'increased morbidity and mortality'.

The team admitted vaccines should work unless there was an extra-potent mutation that rendered jabs much less effective at blocking serious disease — which many experts say is unlikely.

But they said the extra lethality would be expected 'even in the face of vaccination since vaccines do not provide absolute sterilising immunity.'

The prospect of a deadlier variant is a 'realistic possibility' and would have a huge impact on the UK's death toll moving forward, the scientists said.

And experts and politicians have warned the damning report shows the Government 'must not be complacent' as Britain appears to be coming out its current third wave of the pandemic.

Dr Philippa Whitford, vice-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Coronavirus, said: 'This report, which should have sent shock waves through the UK Government, was instead quietly snuck out among a glut of reports during parliamentary recess.

'Recommendations and comments made by SAGE bring home the simple reality — that we have not yet "defeated" this virus.

'The UK only donated its first vaccine doses internationally this week and, unless there is a rapid increase in global production, through sharing knowledge and technology, it simply will not be possible to vaccinate the world and bring the pandemic to an end.

'Without stricter border control measures we risk importing vaccine-resistant variants while uncontrolled spread here could lead to yet another UK variant.'

The Scottish National Party MP: 'The government mustn't stick its head in the sand or it will run the risk of un-doing the progress we have made over the past eighteen months.'

Professor Martin McKee, an expert in public health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said: 'These stark words from the Government's own advisors underlines what many of us have been warning about and confirms there are still obstacles to overcome.

'The government can't be complacent, they must continue their support for the development of the next generation of vaccines and prioritise the reduction of infections here at home to reduce the possibility of another domestic variant emerging.'

The warnings about variants were scattered in a series of reports unveiled by the Government advisory group as part of a weekly transparency pledge.

SAGE warned that the virus can infect a host of different animals including minks — which have had to be culled in Denmark in their thousands.

The group warned further culling or animal vaccinating may be needed in other species to prevent them becoming reservoirs for the virus.

They listed dogs, cats, mice, rats and ferrets as animals who are known to have been infected with Covid.

Another potential issue they found is the use of antvirals to treat Covid once a patient is already infected.

Britain invested heavily in the new technologies — which were used to treat Donald Trump during his bought with the virus last year — but scientists warn overuse could lead to more mutant strains and warned doctors to only prescribe them in the most serious cases of Covid.

But in more hopeful news, the group also predicted it is a 'realistic possibility in the long term' that as Covid continue to mutate it will cause less serious disease.

The group wrote: 'In other words, this virus will become like other human CoV that causes common colds, but with much less severe disease predominantly in the old or clinically vulnerable.'

Now PHE spots ANOTHER variant: 16 Brits have tested positive for 'Colombian' strain

Health chiefs have spotted another Covid variant spreading in Britain, with 31 mutant strains now on the UK's watchlist.

Sixteen cases of the B.1.621 version of the virus – which is thought to have originated in Colombia – have already been detected.

Public Health England insists there is no proof it is deadlier than Delta, which makes up 99 per cent of all cases in the UK.

And it says there's no evidence that the strain renders any of the vaccines currently deployed any less effective.

The Government-run agency also claims there is no sign that B.1.621 is spreading in the community.

But it does admit the variant contains a number of 'mutations of concern'.

Testing shows it does carry the same N501Y mutation that researchers believe made the Alpha variant so transmissible.

Some samples also contain E484K, which is also found in the Beta strain that experts say can partially evade vaccines.

The coronavirus, called SARS-CoV-2, is mutating all the time as a result of genetic errors when it multiplies. Most mutations are harmless.

But ones that make it able to spread quicker or to survive longer inside the human body are the ones that are likely to stick around.

They will be passed on to future generations if they give the virus a survival advantage, and the ability to spread faster and keep spreading for longer will help versions of the virus with that mutation to become dominant by overtaking slower, weaker versions.

The World Health Organization says the first documented sample of B.1.621 was in Colombia in January.

Another 25 countries have also recorded cases since then, including the US, Spain, Mexico and the Netherlands.

As well as the 16 cases already spotted in England, another six suspected samples are currently being analysed.

Almost all of the samples (10) have been detected in London. And most have been among twenty-somethings (six).

Two cases were spotted among people who were fully vaccinated. No-one has died yet.

Despite PHE saying there was no evidence of community transmission, only three of the cases had a history of travel.

Health chiefs said additional contact tracing has already been carried out. Targeted testing will be deployed to limit its spread, if necessary.


 2 months ago '07        #8
yola  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x56
Props total: 87802 87 K  Slaps total: 10213 10 K
history will not be kind to some folks

 2 months ago '19        #9
Props total: 42384 42 K  Slaps total: 4087 4 K
I'm just tired at this point bro. I'm not mad, I don't have an opinion, I don't have a clever analysis nor a joke to make light of it. I'm just exhausted.
Yeah I been conceded. I tried to trust the science but it's too contradictory. One week it's this the next week it's that.

I just make sure me and mine take our supplements everyday. Masked up in public unless I'm at the beach or people are a reasonable distance away.

I usually eat half clean and half unhealthy. Tightened that shxt up too. Fish, fruits and vegetables, nuts, no milk, no pork (I'm not Muslim but I know that shxt is unhealthy), beef once a week, etc.

Sometimes it feels like living in this country is a continuous cycle of picking between the lesser of 2 evils and its exhausting.

Last edited by aaf192020; 07-30-2021 at 04:30 PM..

 2 months ago '19        #10
Props total: 6736 6 K  Slaps total: 1234 1 K
We’ll cross that bridge when we get there

 2 months ago '20        #11
I Know  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
Props total: 6891 6 K  Slaps total: 7833 7 K
 yola said
history will not be kind to some folks
The deadlier the respiratory virus the easier at “containment”.

Vaccines nor mask sure ain’t the reasoning : logic behind no global outbreak of MERS that’s infected 100’s of millions in less than 1.5 years

Keep wishin

 2 months ago '08        #12
Props total: 5012 5 K  Slaps total: 1564 1 K
Depopulation ?

 2 months ago '15        #13
Props total: 19550 19 K  Slaps total: 1914 1 K
These n*ggas done released the FEV

 2 months ago '11        #14
CALViiiN  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x25
Props total: 68528 68 K  Slaps total: 8337 8 K
Americans will be the first to go.

 2 months ago '17        #15
Fortune  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
Props total: 50453 50 K  Slaps total: 3814 3 K
man y'all mf can't be this goddamn scary

 2 months ago '19        #16
Purpleswag23  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
Props total: 17550 17 K  Slaps total: 2887 2 K
So we just gon keep goin inside every time this sh*t mutates. Y’all gotta chill

 2 months ago '20        #17
Xiox  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
Props total: 38117 38 K  Slaps total: 7273 7 K
We still need an investigation on who released the bug by the WHO

 2 months ago '04        #18
Props total: 4269 4 K  Slaps total: 405 405
I need this AMC stock to squeeze so I could stay my a*s home

 2 months ago '04        #19
Props total: 16167 16 K  Slaps total: 13869 13 K
 Xiox said
We still need an investigation on who released the bug by the WHO
The WHO is compromised by the CCP. Don't ever believe a word they say.

 2 months ago '04        #20
Props total: 16167 16 K  Slaps total: 13869 13 K
 drawn said
I need this AMC stock to squeeze so I could stay my a*s home
The squeeze needs to be squoze

Last edited by GUCCI C0ND0MS; 07-30-2021 at 06:00 PM..

 2 months ago '21        #21
B46610  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
Props total: 3611 3 K  Slaps total: 2703 2 K

 2 months ago '11        #22
Broseph Stalin  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x5
Props total: 50039 50 K  Slaps total: 4266 4 K
boomer remover in effect

 2 months ago '20        #23
Edubbs2319  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x2
Props total: 1430 1 K  Slaps total: 601 601
Imagine you lined up for the vaccine and wished death on everybody who didn’t, and now “mutant” variants are coming that the vaccine only helps transmit…

 2 months ago '04        #24
Props total: 2546 2 K  Slaps total: 242 242
Still no accountability in sight for China

Trumps banned for being a jackass and Boosie keeps getting took down but they allow this sh*t to ride?

Make it make sense

 2 months ago '12        #25
Props total: 2900 2 K  Slaps total: 80 80
This sh*t is stupid.

Sign me up


most viewed right now
online now  90
Karen Civil getting called out by Nipsey's people on Clubhouse, she's in atten..
19 hours ago
most viewed right now
online now  43
Article inside What do you know that nobody else knows, BX?
21 hours ago
most viewed right now
online now  36
Image(s) inside Brian Pumper aka Michael Marcellus Felton Is Currently Looked Up On s*..
2 days ago
most viewed right now
+35online now  29
Jeweler Gives Lil Baby His $400k Back x Free Jewelry And Issues Public Apology
19 hours ago
back to top
register register Follow BX @ Twitter search BX privacyprivacy