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  1. Thread: Greebe RIP

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    Rip

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    Meanwhile if we look at Hungary, Romania and...

    Meanwhile if we look at Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria: the first one has covid vaccination rates comparable to western Europe, while Romania and Bulgaria lag far behind. The number of cases are high...
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    The loss of protection after 6-8 months against...

    The loss of protection after 6-8 months against hospitalization is not yet settled science, especially for the under-60 population. Imo there is insufficient data at this point.
    But, consider that...
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    That's not the conclusion I draw from Table 2....

    That's not the conclusion I draw from Table 2. Perhaps the number of breakthrough infections rise after 4-6 months, but there's no evidence in those numbers that the vaccine doesn't continue...
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    Well it's impossible to make Covid disappear,...

    Well it's impossible to make Covid disappear, considering its mutation rate.
    The pfizer and astra zeneca vaccines perform pretty decently today considering they were developed for the original...
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    Requiring vaccination or proof of recovery is,...

    Requiring vaccination or proof of recovery is, for the young segment of the population, primarily not about reducing deaths at individual level, but at societal level as the occurence of breakthrough...
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    Of course Sweden has lower numbers of cases,...

    Of course Sweden has lower numbers of cases, they're completely different in terms of population density and culture of social distancing. I don't really get your point, vaccination and immunity from...
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    Hmmm I read hospital admission for unvaccinated...

    Hmmm I read hospital admission for unvaccinated people with Delta is twice as likely as with alpha, based on Scottish data.
    Wouldn't a more obvious reason for the effects of delta being more muted...
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    IAG shares went further down the drain, should...

    IAG shares went further down the drain, should have sold them when they had a pre-gamma variant peak (what sense is there in predicting what's going to happen when I don't follow up my own advice). ...
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    I'm not too worried about this winter, unless...

    I'm not too worried about this winter, unless another variant emerges on short order that escapes the antibodies generated by the most common vaccines (Pfizer, Astra-Zeneca).
    Israel's recent...
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    The daily number of people getting vaccinated is...

    The daily number of people getting vaccinated is dropping a lot again in France. Seems like French Trump supporters are not swayed by the 'passe sanitaire'
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    I'm not entirely sure on how long test results...

    I'm not entirely sure on how long test results are valid for. Seems like you now also need a negative test result to enter France, less than 24h old. Easy to enforce when going by plane; not sure if...
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    I think you would. Note that I've done a 'Teste...

    I think you would. Note that I've done a 'Teste Antigénique' in a random pharmacy near me (check Doctolib.fr to find the nearest pharmacy that can do it), and you will get your results and a...
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    I don't think you will need an additional test....

    I don't think you will need an additional test. Just install 'TousAntiCovid' from the app store, in the app select 'Add to wallet' and scan the QR code of your second vaccination certificate, or the...
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    Guess that's what happens if you build policy...

    Guess that's what happens if you build policy based on the alpha variant when a much more contagious delta variant is about.
    Last summer, the new covid wave also started with 18-30 year olds. Many...
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    It's not realistic to expect vaccines to provide...

    It's not realistic to expect vaccines to provide 100% protection from infection and disease; I don't see any of the vaccine makers claiming that either.
    What studies have shown so far (the data is...
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    A current price at january 2020 levels is not bad...

    A current price at january 2020 levels is not bad at all; most shares (except sectors that have greatly profited such as tech) haven't recovered to those levels.
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    The same happened by summer 2020 in Europe. I...

    The same happened by summer 2020 in Europe. I think it's mostly due to favourable weather conditions combined with human behaviour that slows spread (keeping distance, being more outside/ less...
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    'Only' just over 50% of their population has been...

    'Only' just over 50% of their population has been fully vaccinated.
    1. That leaves plenty of unvaccinated or partially vaccinated to have flare-ups of Covid
    2. I'd like to see efficacy data for the...
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    The AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines show...

    The AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines show sufficient efficacy (at two shots) to protect against the Delta variant. I'm betting on a booster in spring 2022 to raise effacicity against whatever becomes...
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    The UK is seeing a slight resurgence of covid...

    The UK is seeing a slight resurgence of covid cases, mostly of the B 1.617.2 variant. While in early stages, it may mean that the AstraZeneca vaccine does not provide sufficient protection to slow...
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    The only thing that has been refuted is usage of...

    The only thing that has been refuted is usage of some common techniques for recombing viral genetic code. There are plenty of other methods available to skin that cat. In fact, absense of common...
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    Once (or maybe better: if) travel restrictions...

    Once (or maybe better: if) travel restrictions are fully lifted, I expect IAG, Easyjet and Lufthansa to do really well. IAG has used covid to cut a lot of costs that were not politically easy to cut...
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    I bought some ABI speculating on reopening post...

    I bought some ABI speculating on reopening post covid (and no resurgence due to the indian variant), as well as some VACQ as I assume the space industry will go through some exponential growth over...
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    What I find baffling is that the risk of getting...

    What I find baffling is that the risk of getting a blood clotting disorder from the Johnson&Johnson and AstraZeneca vaccines does not seem to be larger than the risk of getting complications from...
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