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Post Info TOPIC: Don't be complacent about COVID-19 -- Professor Chris Goodnow, immunologist


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Don't be complacent about COVID-19 -- Professor Chris Goodnow, immunologist


Three myths about COVID-19 -- and the biggest challenge that lies ahead:

https://www.abc.net.au/news/health/2022-07-29/covid-19-three-myths-challenge-lies-ahead/101274980

 



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Good info, heads in the sand mentality at the moment,

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And care factor is zero from govts , thin us out is their go I reckon.

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You cannot help people unless they are willing to a least try to help themselves first off. When I go shopping I would say that there is maybe 5% maximum people wearing a mask in a place where it would be more likely to catch covid.

I have read about people catching Covid 3 to 4 times but they only have a look backwards when something goes wrong, to late then. Long Covid is a huge problem for those of us in the 60+ age group, imagine having some of the symptoms for months and years.

We know what works when dealing with it, like washing hands regular and wearing a mask when out and about is no big problem, except of course for those imbeciles that think they are having their rights impeded on.



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The difference that masks make:

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-08-01/japan-singapore-south-korea-omicron-wave-and-mask-wearing-impact/101266844

In civilised societies like Singapore, Japan and South Korea (all of which I've lived in), nobody whines about having to wear a mask. In fact in South Korea it's a common courtesy.



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Sydney Northern Beaches. Same day I was in supermarkets in Mosman (wealthy suburb) & a very high percentage were wearing masks.

Then in Balgowlah effectively one suburb away over a bridge (not as wealthy but still well off) hardly anyone wearing masks.

I was wearing a mask.



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