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    Quote Originally Posted by GCE View Post
    The above mentioned document has now been withdrawn pending further input

    It would appear that unfortunately politics is over ruling science

    The orginal protocols that have been used previously for contact tracing , isolation etc still apply

    https://www.gov.za/speeches/health-r...tocols-related
    It does seem as if Pinocchio's handlers have spoken.

    Peace out ... Derek

    Edit: I see the website of NICD is down. 12.05 pm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derlyn View Post
    It does seem as if Pinocchio's handlers have spoken.

    Peace out ... Derek

    Edit: I see the website of NICD is down. 12.05 pm
    I withdraw completely from this forum. I will not be part of a forum that promotes this behavior.

    The Admin finds it acceptable that this person calls me a TWAT over and over and then allows this comment.

    Derlyn has single handedly turned this forum into a toxic cesspool and the Admin allowed it to happen.

    What a disgrace!

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    Dave - I am unable to delete my own profile. I have deleted as much as I can but I am unable to delete the whole thing. Please do it for me as I no longer need the profile!

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    Discovery’s data shows that mandatory vaccine policies work in South Africa

    We have taken the view that the current OHS guidelines enable employers to put into place mechanisms to enable vaccination of all staff to meet their responsibility of ensuring a safe workplace for all their staff. This is being undertaken within the confines of the guidelines, and we are seeing incredibly positive responses from all staff in firms that have applied the OHS guidelines.
    This was published on 9 December 2021 and is why i believe that 2022 is going to be interesting year but we will see.

    The part i found interesting was this:

    Discovery has indicated that staff vaccinations have risen from barely one fifth to over 94% in the three months since they announced plans to make jabs compulsory from 1 January 2022.
    I also know of many companies and the like that make use of contractors that the contractors must be vaccinated before they can get a work permit. Most recently the private sector jumped in as well. People that need work done on their homes also want the contractor to be vaccinated. My guess is that contractors will not have much of a choice in the end.
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    Came across an interesting article put out on News24 by Western Cape Health Department showing the data collected and assembled in an easy format.

    The graphs/numbers show the distinct advantages of being vaxxed



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    A new disease has suddenly cropped up

    Beware: ABV disease (Anything But Vaccines) is killing people everywhere

    There's a horrible new disease that's killing people everywhere. It's called ABV (Anything But Vaccines), and you'll see the corporate media invoking this when they try to cover vaccine deaths with all sorts of other explanations and conditions.

    Cold showers are now being blamed for heart attacks that are actually caused by covid vaccines (and the subsequent deadly clots). The Times of India is reporting that cold showers can suddenly kill you with heart trouble.

    Meanwhile, Germany is telling its citizens to take more cold showers due to the collapse of energy supplies from Russia. The Guardian now reports, "German cities impose cold showers and turn off lights amid Russian gas crisis."

    So the very same cold showers that the Times of India says might kill you are being prescribed by the government in Germany.

    Adding to the lunacy, Wales Online is reporting that sudden heart attacks and death can also be caused by opening utility bills and seeing higher energy prices that you owe the power company.


    The above taken from Brighteon.


    I have done a bit of research regarding cold showers and the info I get, without exception is that cold showers are only beneficial. They boost the immune system. Oh well, Suppose The Times of India got this one wrong.

    The Wales Online could be onto something, though.

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