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The COVID19 SCAMdemic... Get Blasted Into A Dimension More Real Than This One

anotero

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gtifan puts on his mask every time he logs onto the internet
Gretafan's yearbook picture:
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uglybastard

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Do remember just before the SCAMdemic that Chipotle was sending nurses to employee homes when they called in sick?
To see if they were faking it? They wanted you there unless you were half dead.
Oh how times have changed.
Never heard about that. Post you link
 

golfdave

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Scotland (U.K.)
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Mk7 Golf GT Estate
First postmortem study of vaccinated person shows spike proteins throughout the body, on every organ.
You may remember another study that said the spike protein of COVID is what does the most damage.
Now your body is producing it on it's own.
What could go wrong??
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8051011/


The person got the vaccine, was then admitted to hospital 18 days later for mild gastritis, caught COVID from another patent on the ward & dies a further 8 days later (26days after vaccine).

"Taken together, it appears the patient became infected from the patient in his hospital room. - We concluded that the patient died from bronchopneumonia and acute renal failure. - In summary, the results of our autopsy case study in a patient with mRNA vaccine confirm the view that by first dose of vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 immunogenicity can already be induced, while sterile immunity is not adequately developed."

Basically what anybody with any half decent brain would say, the body has started to make its immunity against the virus due to the vaccine, but not enough time had passed for more effective protection to be developed by the body & only on a single jab.


So again all as per one would expect considering the patients condition & time frame after the first jab.
 

cb1111

Newbie
Location
Virginia, USA
Do you think your employer would ask for proof?
Exactly, and the people who aren't vaccinated are the most likely to ditch mask wearing as soon as it's allowed.

I'm curious to see how it is at work tomorrow. Pretty sure a fair number of people will still be....donning. 😄
Most employers, for some ungodly reason, have decided to create a "don't ask, don't tell" policy for the fully vaccinated (final shot plus two weeks) vs the un-vaccinated.

Because the majority of the fully vaccinated will continue to wear masks because they are afraid of the un-vaccinated, the only way to tell is to assume that those without masks are the un-vaccinated - or not.

What happens when somebody gets sick and contact tracing brings it back to the office. Is the employer liable?
 

zrickety

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Most employers, for some ungodly reason, have decided to create a "don't ask, don't tell" policy for the fully vaccinated (final shot plus two weeks) vs the un-vaccinated.

Because the majority of the fully vaccinated will continue to wear masks because they are afraid of the un-vaccinated, the only way to tell is to assume that those without masks are the un-vaccinated - or not.

What happens when somebody gets sick and contact tracing brings it back to the office. Is the employer liable?
Don't be ridiculous. The employer has never been liable when anyone gets sick.
You get injured at work, sure. You catch the flu, forget it. How can you prove they didn't catch it outside the office? YOU CAN'T.
My workplace has a sign on the door that says they are not responsible if you get COVID. I think it's absurd, but there it is.

"the fully vaccinated will continue to wear masks because they are afraid of the un-vaccinated"
UH, DOES THE VACCINE WORK OR NOT?
 

jimlloyd40

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Phoenix
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2018 SE DSG
Most employers, for some ungodly reason, have decided to create a "don't ask, don't tell" policy for the fully vaccinated (final shot plus two weeks) vs the un-vaccinated.

Because the majority of the fully vaccinated will continue to wear masks because they are afraid of the un-vaccinated, the only way to tell is to assume that those without masks are the un-vaccinated - or not.

What happens when somebody gets sick and contact tracing brings it back to the office. Is the employer liable?
Good question. We're likely to find out soon enough.
 

cb1111

Newbie
Location
Virginia, USA
The person got the vaccine, was then admitted to hospital 18 days later for mild gastritis, caught COVID from another patent on the ward & dies a further 8 days later (26days after vaccine).

"Taken together, it appears the patient became infected from the patient in his hospital room. - We concluded that the patient died from bronchopneumonia and acute renal failure. - In summary, the results of our autopsy case study in a patient with mRNA vaccine confirm the view that by first dose of vaccination against SARS-CoV-2 immunogenicity can already be induced, while sterile immunity is not adequately developed."

Basically what anybody with any half decent brain would say, the body has started to make its immunity against the virus due to the vaccine, but not enough time had passed for more effective protection to be developed by the body & only on a single jab.


So again all as per one would expect considering the patients condition & time frame after the first jab.
And the poor guy's medical history was pretty extensive "Past medical history included systemic arterial hypertension, chronic venous insufficiency, dementia and prostate carcinoma"

More importantly was the conclusion that "These results might suggest that the first vaccination induces immunogenicity but not sterile immunity."

zricky can twist any article to say what he wants, but we all know that he is a little shit who can't post a factual statement.
 

jay745

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Chicago
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2 vw's
Employers can't go around asking people's personal medical history. Where do you draw the line? Should we start asking women in job interviews if they get creampied on the weekends because it's a risk to the employer if they get pregnant and can't work?
 

golfdave

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Scotland (U.K.)
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Mk7 Golf GT Estate
Should we start asking women in job interviews if they get creampied on the weekends because it's a risk to the employer if they get pregnant and can't work?

I thought that went on the stationary cupboards at work???....Therefore it could be the employers fault??:unsure::ROFLMAO:..


The old phrase..."The boss was dipping his pen in the typing pool's ink wells"..comes to mind..
 

jimlloyd40

Autocross Champion
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Phoenix
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2018 SE DSG
Employers can't go around asking people's personal medical history. Where do you draw the line? Should we start asking women in job interviews if they get creampied on the weekends because it's a risk to the employer if they get pregnant and can't work?
Yes and it should be posted for all to see so you'll know who to ask to go out next weekend. 😂
 

cb1111

Newbie
Location
Virginia, USA
Employers can't go around asking people's personal medical history. Where do you draw the line? Should we start asking women in job interviews if they get creampied on the weekends because it's a risk to the employer if they get pregnant and can't work?
Uhhhhh, not quite. While you cannot ask pregnancy related questions, most cOViD questions are fine

What You Should Know About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws | U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (eeoc.gov)
 
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