Whiskyman wrote: ↑Sat May 15, 2021 1:40 pm
I see our beloved BBC is at it again over hyping the Super Covid Indian model. Apparently no scientific evidence it's more harmful, no scientific evidence it affects people other than the usual "vulnerables", no scientific argument people are dropping like flies from it, but loads of air time and column inches being given to the doomsayers who, presumably, have become a tad pissed off with the success and speed of the vaccination program.
Some people it seems will never be happy unless they have something to whinge or panic about. Cunts.
What goes around comes around. The asians exported the UK variant, known as the Kent variant into India, on their toing and froing, back and forth between the UK and India.
That really took off well and became the dominant strain and overwhelmed their country.
Because of the sheer numbers of infection a mis-step in the virus replication produced the Indian variant...and they got on planes and brought that one back to the UK - Bolton & Blackburn being good places to start with.
All this happened and was duly noted,reported,catalogued and speculated about. Finally after some trade agreements were got out of the way,
the UK placed India on the red-list.
I think we need an inquiry to chat about this, who didn't do what, when. It's not urgent,urgent - 2023 will be soon enough...