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Dutch Battle Omicron Surge vs Delta

by Oui Tue Jan 18th, 2022 at 01:57:15 PM EST

Lo and behold ... another variant giving us a sore throat and perhaps an headache. The Dutch were ill prepared from the outset when SARS CoV-2 became known in Wuhan China around its New Year festivities in 2020.

The Dutch laissez-faire attitude came forth from a bit of arrogance and self-indulgence. Let's look at the timeline from the failures in July 2021 to the present.

Two nations far advanced with vaccinations ...

  • England with AstraZeneca
  • Israel with exclusive Pfizer BioNTech deal in return for full health data

Both nations were ideal laboratory settings in 2020 ... Pfizer had slight higher protection vs AZ in the beginning and became more evident with the emergence of new Delta virus. Israel never reached full vaccination in part due to the opposition of Orthodox Jewish community.

Denmark SSI assessment on Omicron

My post on Dec. 16, 2021

Denmark: Solidarity and Trust to Beat the Pandemic | Sept. 15, 2021 |

My post on Dec. 29, 2021

Why Denmark's omicron surge predicts harsh winter ahead. Many more tests than U.S., labs identify positives w/in 24 hrs, and by next day, they know which variant is responsible for every case. [Source: WaPo]

Crucial success in Denmark is the extreme efficient testing available in all public places ... walk in, swipe taken and in ten minutes the result is send to mobile phone. In The Netherlands the government and municipal health GGD completely screwed up the facilities, much like England. The British compensated their failures in test and trace (contracts to Tory affiliated companies) by making plenty of self tests free of charge through the pharmacies. Not so with the Dutch. The positive infection rate by the Dutch hovers between 25-30% ... completely unacceptable as it should be near 10%.

Israel and England were ahead and started boosters already in the later summer months. On available data, some EU countries followed as early as end of September. The Dutch have a complicated process in decision making with many participants. No end in sight for Dutch coronavirus wave, decision too late and insufficient (Nov. 26). Early November it was decided there was no reason to start a booster campaign. Restrictions were tightened again, and face masks mandatory in more places.

    The experts said that the country's hesitance around the third jab of Covid-19 vaccines gave the aggressive Delta variant more chance to spread. The GGDs waited for the Health Council to give the formal go-ahead. And then it still took weeks to get the rollout started. And in the meantime, the Delta virus spread like wildfire in nursing homes, with about 900 locations identifying at least one case in the last month.

The delta variant has a mutation that's worrying experts: Here's what we know so far | CNBC - Oct 21 2021 |

A newly-discovered mutation of the delta variant is being investigated in the U.K. amid worries that it could make the virus even more transmissible and undermine Covid-19 vaccines further.

Still, there are many unknowns surrounding this descendent or subtype of the delta variant -- formally known as AY.4.2 -- which some are dubbing the new "delta plus" variant.

England Herd Immunity Stage 2.0 | Oct. 21, 2021 |

The unwise decision by Downing Street #10 on COVID-19 policy is biting all with double vaccinations in the a$$ ... offering the domestic brand of vaccine AstraZeneca with a delayed second AZ jab after 12 weeks has left the population vulnerable. The double vaccine jab offers as low as 33% protection to the Delta variant and the newer mutations. The call for early third booster shots is heard in Parliament.

[Infographic with data]

Furthermore, the UK is far behind the EU states for total vaccinations per capita.

Rightwing Protest Rotterdam Turns Violent | Nov. 19, 2021 |

As first nations see the need for further restrictions necessary, the Dutch rightwing rioters turn to extreme violence ... the Rutte III caretaker government bows to the rightwing and religious parties in parliament. The blind leading the blind. Mark Rutte insists he is "following science" and closely watching other European nations.

Rioters in The Hague pelt police with stones and fireworks as protests over COVID measures continue | Al Jazeera - Nov. 21, 2021 |

Five police officers were injured in the Netherlands and at least 40 people were arrested across three provinces as violent protests against COVID restrictions continued for a second night.

Officers in riot gear charged groups of demonstrators in The Hague late on Saturday night, with protesters pelting police with stones and fireworks, while a water cannon was used to put out a pile of blazing bicycles at a busy intersection.

By the end of November the Omicron variant popped up in #Gauteng South Africa

Rise In Covid Infections and False QR Passes | Nov.16, 2021 |

The "intelligent' Dutch citizens not following advise given by political leader Mark Rutte ... the leader of a one year old caretaker government had followed a zig-zag policy of herd immunity ... easing most restrictions too early ... more concerned about political consequences than health issues of the tens of thousands stricken by the SARS CoV-2 illness. The death rate is increasing as Mark Rutte refuses to take responsibility sometimes hiding behind science, afterwards the virologists resign because Rutte doesn't follow advise of the broad WOT Group (British SAGE equivalent).

The very high trust in his policy has collapsed as the Dutch are facing their fourth or fifth spike in infections ... taking decisions late as the numbers rise exponentially.

Furthermore, there is very poor adherence to the mitigation rules required to lower the R number which has been above 1.2 for many consecutive weeks. Dumb, dumber, dumbest ... Trump, Johnson and Rutte in a dead heat. His RIVM leading scientist should have been given the pink slip over a year ago.

Netherlands breaks records as over 19,200 more coronavirus infections disclosed; over 19% test positive | NL Times - Nov. 15, 2021 |

My first post about the risks of Omicron on Nov. 26, 2021 here ...

S African New Corona Variant #B11529 Named Omnicron  

Soon afterwards:

#Omicron epicenter of Gauteng Province, South Africa 🇿🇦, there is more than TRIPLING of #COVID19 hospitalizations in 2 weeks--➡️ from 135 hospital admissions to 418.

Omicron Will Test Our Healthcare Readiness | Dec. 20, 2021 |

Losing Battle Against Omicron | Dec. 20, 2021 |

The Dutch went into unfortunate lockdown on ... in December ...

For Belgium such a measure was not necessary as they had started their booster campaign early and were more proficient at organizing the speed with health workers, the military included.

Danish Study Confirms Early Findings SA #gauteng | Jan. 5, 2021 |

    A virus can be more transmissible due to a number of reasons, such as the time it lingers in the air, its ability to latch onto cells, or its evasion of the body's immune system.

    Investigating nearly 12,000 Danish households in mid-December, the scientists found that Omicron was 2.7 to 3.7 times more infectious than the Delta variant among vaccinated Danes.

    The study also found that booster-vaccinated people are less likely to transmit the virus, regardless of the variant, than the unvaccinated.

The findings confirm the earliest reports in November from South Africa #gauteng. The viral load is a factor 70 greater with Omicron, that's the reason health officials are increasing attention on quality of face masks ... and distancing.

False headline in US media, specifically originating in Texas:

"Triple-vaccinated people are more likely to be infected by the Omicron variant than the unvaccinated."

This is complete BS and first class disinformation.

Copenhagen Covid-19 test booths public places

Nu skal alle borgere komme gående til COVID-test i Viborg

Alberta Data Shows Booster Shot Effective

The Dutch government with Mark Rutte very outspoken, had for many months dismissed the face mask as useless and as soon as the data was in a downward trend, eased the mitigation rules, especially the face mask. Only this month, the Dutch reversed their "scientific" opinion and even upped the quality level to hospital level FFP2. Stocks from China at poor quality would have lasted for a century!!! These were recently dumped on the Asian market at a fancy price.

Back to reality how the SARS CoV-2 pandemic has changed lives for some time to come.

Quarantine for an illness is typically limited to those who have been infected or are suspected to have been infected,

Where does the NYT get these idiots? Quarantine was initially for people or ships arriving from places with plague, not ones that had cases of plague. (NYT defenders may try to argue that this counts as "suspected". In that case, the same applies to these Chinese cities)

This is typical of the US press,. They are afraid that people will start noticing that China is one of the few countries that is actually succeeding to fight COVID.

BTW, I see 70.4% full vaccinated in the Netherlands, vs. 71.4 for the UK, a tiny difference. You should compare the Netherlands with the UAE, Portugal, Cuba, or Northern Cyprus. And why give Israel the Orthodox as an excuse and not give the Protestants in the south as a similar excuse for the Netherlands?

by gk (gk (gk quattro due due sette @gmail.com)) on Tue Jan 18th, 2022 at 02:23:59 PM EST
Booster shots are now at 50% and overall "full-vaccination" above 86%. Some counties as high as 95% and the Bible Belt around 70%. Due to lack of communication, the minority groups in cities may be as low as 50% and suffer the most from the Covid-19 pandemic. 🥲

Actual data from RIVM

Account of Yorick Bleijenberg for overall insight data and trends.

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by Oui (Oui) on Tue Jan 18th, 2022 at 03:02:22 PM EST
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COVID vaccines effective but household transmission of delta a risk for 1 in 4 | Imperial College |

Exploration of infectiousness cannot be based on a snapshot moment but data should be based on complete cycle before and after person becomes symptomatic. Such studies have been done to determine number of days a person needs to isolate. As I recall, with vaccination the number of days are less.

Transmissibility of SARS-CoV-2 among fully vaccinated individuals - Authors' reply | The Lancet - Jan. 1, 2022 |

We are aware of the relationship between age and infectiousness of index cases and susceptibility to infection in contacts. Indeed, our viral load kinetic data revealed a correlation between age and peak viral load, helping to explain the increased infectiousness of older adults relative to children. Given that our study was a snapshot of SARS-CoV-2 delta-variant transmission in real-life UK households, most unvaccinated participants were children and teenagers, whereas most vaccinated participants were adults, owing to the age prioritisation of national vaccine rollout. Accordingly, we could not directly compare the infectiousness of vaccinated breakthrough infections with age-matched unvaccinated cases nor the SAR in vaccinated contacts with age-matched unvaccinated contacts. Although we discussed the confounding effect of age on our results as a limitation of the study, we acknowledge that this could have been more clearly and explicitly elaborated in the Discussion.

Study to determine number of required days in isolation Covid-19 ...

Test to release from isolation after testing positive for SARS-CoV-2 | medRvix - Jan. 4, 2022 |

Most new studies are not yet peer reviewed.

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by Oui (Oui) on Tue Jan 18th, 2022 at 07:04:45 PM EST

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by Oui (Oui) on Tue Jan 18th, 2022 at 07:05:34 PM EST
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by Oui (Oui) on Tue Jan 18th, 2022 at 08:47:27 PM EST
Lo and behold ... another variant giving us a sore throat and perhaps an headache.

Here's how another disease presents itself:

  • Most people who get infected with X (about 72 out of 100) will not have any visible symptoms.

  • About 1 out of 4 people (or 25 out of 100) with X infection will have flu-like symptoms that may include sore throat, fever, tiredness, nausea, headache, stomach pain. These symptoms usually last 2 to 5 days, then go away on their own.

  • A smaller proportion of people (much less than one out of 100, or 1-5 out of 1000) with X infection will develop other, more serious symptoms that affect the brain and spinal cord.

Wherein "X" is poliomyelitis.
by asdf on Wed Jan 19th, 2022 at 03:58:03 PM EST
Only the Dutch are in lockdown with Omicron infections surging  during lockdown.

USA deaths 2626 /1M pop. -- present daily death rate 7-day moving avg. 1700 ↗️ [pop. 334M]

Belgium deaths 2459 /1M pop. -- present daily death rate 7-day moving avg. 20 [pop. 12M]

UK deaths 2229 /1M pop. -- present daily death rate 7-day moving avg. 272 ↗️ [pop. 68M]

Germany deaths 1385 /1M pop. -- present daily death rate 7-day moving avg. 223 [pop. 84M]

Netherlands 1231 /1M pop. (undercount by perhaps 50%) -- present daily death rate 7-day moving avg. 9 [pop. 18M]

Israel 892 /1M pop. -- present daily death rate 7-day moving avg. 7 ↗️ [pop. 9M]

Denmark deaths 607 /1M pop. -- present daily death rate 7-day moving avg. 15 [pop. 6M]

UAE deaths 218 /1M pop.
Egypt deaths 211 /1M pop.
Australia deaths 110 /1M pop.
New Zealand deaths 10 /1M pop.
China deaths 3 /1M pop.

England drops all Covid-19 restrictions per January 26, 2022. Let it rip!!

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by Oui (Oui) on Wed Jan 19th, 2022 at 04:57:59 PM EST
Lockdown of cultural venues and hospitality sector, but the MacDonald is open, of course.
A great week for Dutch excellency:
The HK covid hamsters were.. Dutch?

Two years on and the NL, which has one of the lowest IC beds number in Western Europe, still has no specialized structure (unlike Spain, which built a covid hospital in Madrid), and generally does not test people for covid systematically:

Embedding links mean that people using a phone or a tablet cannot see in advance what website they are going to open. not a good idea imo

by Tom2 on Wed Jan 19th, 2022 at 07:13:56 PM EST
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Not any "rick-rollers" trolling here" ... except me. Once in a while I'll ahhh proof headline grammar, editorialize a story, or snatch a quote from the story instead of simply copying the headline.

Place the published press headline between HTML <a> </a> is customary here, even if that headline is an natural, ill-conceived editorial management disaster.

That's no guarantee everyone will click-through, of course, even if you pull a quote beneath the headline hotlink.

by Cat on Sat Jan 29th, 2022 at 01:19:19 AM EST
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Abandon rules so I can have my usual booze parties in the garden of Downing Street 10 for work visits ....

The NHS isn't 'coping' with Omicron - just ask doctors and patients

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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 04:24:04 PM EST
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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 04:25:27 PM EST
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Funny how there are still people who think that the aristocracy is going to be giving up power. The point of democracy is to make the peasants think they have a say in what goes on, so they will riot less often.
by asdf on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 04:34:38 PM EST
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I have a booklet: Inoculation for Dummies

Hana Horka: Czech singer dies after catching Covid intentionally | BBC News |

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by Oui (Oui) on Wed Jan 19th, 2022 at 06:01:06 PM EST
"Open data society"
isn't it one of the must-have programmes all these well-trained NGOs offer to the third world?

"We are urging the government to give statisticians, medics, data analysts and health scientists access to all source data, without compromising privacy rules. The data concerned would include demographic data (such as age, sex, BMI), social economic data (such as income), vaccination status, side effects, comorbidity, and all data concerning hospital admissions. So far the government has not made this data available, making an inquiry into the high excess mortality figures impossible."

imo, embedded url-s do not allow enough visibility to the media from where we lift elements

by Tom2 on Wed Jan 19th, 2022 at 08:03:09 PM EST
by Cat on Sat Jan 29th, 2022 at 01:02:31 AM EST
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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 09:23:27 AM EST

Local hospital calls in Kentucky National Guard to help with rise in COVID-19 patients

Thank God he has give KY a quadruple fold in ICU beds in comparison with the Socialist Dutch. Keep KY RED and electing Tea Party candidates ... only Trump Republicans need to reflect.

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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 06:15:29 PM EST

Kentucky State 2662 /1M pop. -- present daily death rate 7-day moving avg. 26 [pop. 4.5M] .... tenfold in comparison to a EU Socialist country.

In comparison ...
Netherlands 1231 /1M pop. (undercount by perhaps 50%) -- present daily death rate 7-day moving avg. 9 [pop. 18M]

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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 06:16:45 PM EST
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Republicans are expected to quickly override the vetoes later this week, where they hold a dominant supermajority in each chamber.

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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 06:17:55 PM EST
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Sending Mr. Mitch to Washington DC

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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 06:18:43 PM EST
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Why is that even news
by asdf on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 07:41:45 PM EST
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Radboud Hospital in Nijmegen

Significant Backlog in figures for reported number of COVID-19 cases | RIVM |

There is currently a significant backlog in the daily number of positive COVID-19 tests reported by RIVM, compared to the actual figures reported by the Municipal Health Services (GGD). Numbers are currently so high that it is causing delays in transferring the figures from the GGD system to RIVM. The figures therefore do not yet include about 27,000 positive tests that were reported over the past three days. A technical solution is being developed to catch up and eliminate this backlog, but it will take some time. Therefore, the  weekly RIVM update is currently the best way to monitor the course of the epidemic.

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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 06:50:18 PM EST
Dutch majority and politicians in The Hague say they are done with Covid-19 restrictions ...

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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 06:51:41 PM EST
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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 07:44:59 PM EST
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Positive results extremely high 🦠 ⚠️

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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 06:52:48 PM EST
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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 07:44:10 PM EST
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The Omicron variant: sorting fact from myth | WHO Europe |

The latest epidemiological data shows that we are now seeing a rapid increase in the rate of infection of COVID-19 in the WHO European Region, largely as a result of the spread of the new Omicron variant. To put this into scale, in September 2021, we were experiencing over 1 million new COVID-19 cases a week, but by the first week of January 2022 this had increased to more than 7 million reported cases in a single week.

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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 07:46:26 PM EST

Booster vaccination very effective in preventing severe COVID-19 | RIVM |

Booster injections are extremely effective at preventing hospitalisations for coronavirus, says Dutch public health institute RIVM, after studying hospital figures over a two month period.

The chance of someone who was fully vaccinated, including booster, being admitted to hospital was 33 times lower than that of someone who had not been vaccinated at all.

According to the government's coronavirus dashboard, some 53% of the over 18s have had a booster injection so far.

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by Oui (Oui) on Thu Jan 20th, 2022 at 07:47:35 PM EST
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"after studying the data over a two months period"!!
and for how may weeks will the booster work? for delta? for omicron? and does it work as well when you take a plane or two every week?
you bet people are left really unconvinced.
by Tom2 on Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 at 11:30:17 AM EST
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PM Johnson announced the end of Plan B measures in England | BBC News |

What happens to people who cannot live with the virus, because their immune conditions mean vaccines may not work?

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by Oui (Oui) on Fri Jan 21st, 2022 at 09:44:38 PM EST

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by Oui (Oui) on Fri Jan 21st, 2022 at 09:47:18 PM EST
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by Oui (Oui) on Fri Jan 21st, 2022 at 09:48:25 PM EST
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by Oui (Oui) on Fri Jan 21st, 2022 at 09:49:18 PM EST
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Compared to the Netherlands ...

Excess Deaths Dropped from 1000 p/wk to Nil

Mortality in week 2 lower than expected | CBS |

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by Oui (Oui) on Fri Jan 21st, 2022 at 09:50:29 PM EST
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What happens if in the end it is a gene that make you in danger of covid mortality? Will you accept that states will let people be scanned for this gene and let Big Pharma and insurances enter full boost into genic medicine?
by Tom2 on Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 at 11:28:09 AM EST
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Lockdown will only prolong it. Imo the reason of the bars, restaurants, museums, cinema etc lockdown in the NL was to keep tourists at bay, because they would import new variants in the midst of the booster campaign.

Now, here are data from the comments posted everyday by Campbell under his videos. This says that the UK went the Swedish way and it works: let it peak because it peaks quickly: no excess mortality, in spite of UK ppl and their junk food, obesity and love for booze and other drugs.

South Africa, leads the way


SA hospital data


Zoe, Omicron wave has  peaked


UK data




Deaths in the UK involving coronavirus

Week ending 7 January 2022

1,023 deaths involving COVID-19

383 more than in the previous week

Accounted for around 1 in every 14 deaths (7.3%).

Total deaths in UK, 13,886 (8.3% below the five-year average)

13 March 2020 to 7 January 2022, England and Wales

127,704 excess deaths above the five-year average



England - 3,735,000 people (1 in 15)

Wales - 169,100 people (1 in 20)

Northern Ireland - 99,200 people (1 in 20)

Scotland - 297,400 people (1 in 20)

Antibodies, week beginning 20 December 2021

England, 97.5% of the adult population

Wales, 96.8%

Northern Ireland, 97.4%

Scotland, 97.7%

Antibody thresholds, using data from Delta

Threshold of antibodies needed to provide protection from infections for those who are vaccinated

More than 88% of the population had antibodies at or above the higher threshold.

by Tom2 on Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 at 11:25:58 AM EST
Vaccination didn't prolong polio. Or measles or a dozen other communicable diseases.

Every argument presented against public health measures related to COVID should be tested by replacing the word "COVID" with "poliomyelitis."

by asdf on Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 at 04:39:40 PM EST
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Begin January primary and secondary schools opened ... Let her fly!!!

Test facilities cannot cope, a backlog of 64,000 test results and rising ... positivity rate has reached 50% ☹  

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by Oui (Oui) on Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 at 04:37:02 PM EST
Impatience  mixed with anger and ignorance too is surging fed by poor data and worse communication of the facts and expectations.

Some warnings, no fines yet as cultural sector protests Covid lockdown

Prosecutor investigating Covid denier named in activist's terrorism accusations

A rollercoaster ride on the waves of Coronavirus and mutants ... the actor acts, always manages to find a new stage to operate as agent provocateur ... soon as psychologist in anger management. Always $$$$ to earn for Willem Engel.

Coups, rebellions, and revolutions

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by Oui (Oui) on Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 at 04:40:09 PM EST
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Belgium imposes ventilation rules for businesses to combat new Covid surge | Irish Times |

Across Belgium public venues from restaurants to swimming pools are being fitted with sensors that display how much air customers are sharing with others in an attempt to combat further surges of Covid-19 into the autumn and winter.

The carbon dioxide monitors, which cost about €70, indicate whether windows or doors should be opened to increase the circulation of fresh air and prevent the transmission of coronavirus.

Pedro Facon, Belgium's Covid-19 commissioner, compares the way the virus spreads in the air to cigarette smoke: if someone infected is in an enclosed space, infectious particles spread from their breath through the air in the room and are then inhaled by other people.

"I think the importance of air quality and ventilation has been long underestimated," the commissioner told The Irish Times. Focus has centred on surfaces and droplets from coughing and sneezing, he said, overshadowing the role of shared air.

"Even if there were some experts already in summer of last year that pointed to the importance of ventilation, there were a few policies, or decisions, with regard to it," he said.

Province of Antwerp Supports Schools by Donating CO2 Meters

In a Bible Belt town of Staphorst, the population does not want a Covid-19 vaccination. Decided to buy air quality filter units from a local manufacturer. Gone were the lost hours of lessons as the infections stayed extremely low. Thank you Almighty.

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by Oui (Oui) on Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 at 07:37:35 PM EST
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"Let it fly"
what are they supposed to do? Nobody has been having as many tests as school children. France was about 2 weeks behind NL for the omicron wave (proportional to SA flights in this case possibly). The same is happening there. They should just sue the vaccine-producers, but they won't.
by Tom2 on Sat Jan 22nd, 2022 at 05:53:53 PM EST
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Less than a third of people aged 18-25 have received a Covid booster

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by Oui (Oui) on Wed Jan 26th, 2022 at 06:33:59 PM EST

RIVM: New rules quarantine and isolation

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by Oui (Oui) on Wed Jan 26th, 2022 at 06:35:24 PM EST
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The Dutch have an extremely low death rate due to the month of lockdown ...

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by Oui (Oui) on Wed Jan 26th, 2022 at 06:36:31 PM EST

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