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what difference does it make who owns the bore?
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just humour me , who owns the bore ?
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I dont own it.

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Ok, nitrate levels ?
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ugh....we dont drink it mate ,its a moot point.
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Originally posted by kitno kitno wrote:

Originally posted by cirrus cirrus wrote:

How does a vaccine that dosent stop transmission stop a pandemic.

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Tell your friend it stops the majority of transmission and/or lessens the effects of the virus.
Your friend should sit down with his GP and have a discussion.


With the onset of boosters how many jabs will it take? I have asked all the health experts I know (and they are in the know) and they don’t seem to know…

Serious question how many jabs will you and I need?
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Originally posted by Muppet Muppet wrote:

Originally posted by kitno kitno wrote:

Originally posted by cirrus cirrus wrote:

How does a vaccine that dosent stop transmission stop a pandemic.

just asking for a friend


Tell your friend it stops the majority of transmission and/or lessens the effects of the virus.
Your friend should sit down with his GP and have a discussion.


With the onset of boosters how many jabs will it take? I have asked all the health experts I know (and they are in the know) and they don’t seem to know…

Serious question how many jabs will you and I need?

As virus mutates we may need a series of them.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 Nov 2021 at 7:35am
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time will tell.  We may need one a year just like the seasonal flu.  Or it could be like the Spanish flu and be gone after 3 years. It is important to understand that even though the ability of the vaccine to prevent infection from delta wanes (but does not fully dissipate) after 6 months protection against hospitalisation remains very high and that is what matters.  We are all going to get Covid eventually.  The only difference is the impact. 
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With the onset of boosters how many jabs will it take? I have asked all the health experts I know (and they are in the know) and they don’t seem to know…
Serious question how many jabs will you and I need?

 Does it matter?
is it a issue of any sort?
is it actually reliveint to anything?

Considering we have been getting tentinus boosters, flu boosters for...more than the life time of most here.
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Yes steps, boosters are needed for most but not all, it would seem. Only had the one jab for TB. Be interesting to know of those in Northland who have had TB in recent times, if they were jabed.

Never had a flu jab, so i cannot say if any good; but what i have heard some are crook for a fair few days.

Tetanus. Hmm! Had a very good QH stallion die of Tetanus. Reason vets feel, was he did not, nor the mare have shots for immunity, found this out after horse died. 
If any person has witnessed and animal or person dying of Tetanus, you would be heading to the docs with your whole family, to be jabbed as soon as .

I firmly believe with an 'amount of trust' in Medical professional's, not 100% though.
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Only posted about boosters because so often seen the anti vaccers jump onto this as an issue..

Which to most shows up their  narrow minded ignorance and the stupidity of not following up the anti vacc BS rabbit holes they have fallen down..

On the other hand , just seen pro vaccers, trying to get their Moari relatives vaccinated by stating that the the Moari Cultural (??)tour  of the mid 1920s got vacced for Spanish flu, before heading to  Europe.
The flu virus wasnt isolated till the 1930s.
The 1st vaccinations , early 1940s.
 1st limited public vaccination in the USA late 1950s early 1960s.
And readily available in NZ for selected at risk groups in the late 1960s early 1970s.

 Like the anti vacc BS which is given with all good intentions ( thu very is guided)   here we have pro vacc, doing the same thing with BS propaganda.
 Danger here is the anti vaccers get hold of it to knock the creditably of pro vaccers.

Beginning of the week Counties Manukau was 26th Nov for 90%  Now its into early Dec.

Government has dug a hole by committing so hard to the 90%...AND we being open for xmas..
 I can see a back down on the 90% for each DHB by the government.


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Originally posted by Steps Steps wrote:

With the onset of boosters how many jabs will it take? I have asked all
the health experts I know (and they are in the know) and they don’t seem
to know…
Serious question how many jabs will you and I need?

 Does it matter?
is it a issue of any sort?
is it actually reliveint to anything?

Considering we have been getting tentinus boosters, flu boosters for...more than the life time of most here.


Well Steps I don’t personally put to much medication into my body. Never have never will. Never a flu shot pretty sure I was not vaccinated as a child but will confirm that with my parents.
If I was did a pretty crap job because I had measles, chicken pox and the mumps as a child 😂

It is relevant though given the amount of bleating going on. Are you going to bleat at people not getting boosters and is not getting boosters going to close us down again?

A back down from government? Well we will see but it’s a road well worn by this lot.

I logged into the My Health app a couple of days ago, is that your papers? Does anyone know or do we get a certificate?
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What happens when we don't hit the mythical 90% vaccination rate?  As far as I can see nowhere in the world has achieved this, so what makes us think we can?And what is so special about 90%, it just seems to be a number randomly selected by someone.  

It's a real shame that we started out so well with our response, but the government just never seemed to think beyond that first stage.
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Kev said all along without the mandates or any other coercion we will get within a few % I reckon.
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Originally posted by Kevin.S  <div><br></div><div>It's a real shame that we started out so well with our response, but the government just never seemed to think beyond that first stage.</div>[/QUOTE Kevin.S  

It's a real shame that we started out so well with our response, but the government just never seemed to think beyond that first stage.
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So confident they were, may I add.

So confident they were, may I add.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 05 Nov 2021 at 10:26pm
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they will be forced to call it on nov 29 with a date for Auckland border to drop. I have expected for some time things will flip and Northland will have a border to protect “marginalised communities”. The labour caucas and northland iwi will want that so no Aucklanders to Northland for Christmas but free to go anywhere else
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A great website where stupid meet cold hard reality ………




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What’s great about that? Seeing the “bad”guys die or suffer? The vast majority of deaths remain elderly who are not anti vaccine.

I could start a few name and shame sites easily on various other society issues but alas what’s the point?
It’s like only one side gets to say you anti vaxxers are the worse and then stroke the egos of the everyday problem makers.
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Originally posted by Muppet Muppet wrote:

What’s great about that? Seeing the “bad”guys die or suffer? The vast majority of deaths remain elderly who are not anti vaccine.

I could start a few name and shame sites easily on various other society issues but alas what’s the point?
It’s like only one side gets to say you anti vaxxers are the worse and then stroke the egos of the everyday problem makers.

Its a very one sided thing, where one side feels perfectly entitled to abuse, badger, and bully shoving their opinion down your throat.
you can't fix an idiot with duct tape, but it does muffle them for a while...
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09 Nov 2021 at 4:52pm
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https://www.commonwealthfund.org/blog/2021/drug-overdose-toll-2020-and-near-term-actions-addressing-it

You could easily start such a cruel website based on that number too.

“Sorry Crack Head”

Fact remains the vast majority of “Anti Vaccers” survive Covid just fine.
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