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Re: Good News: NO TO MANDATORY COVID 1984 VACCINATION

Postby Paphitis » Sun May 30, 2021 12:28 pm

Kikapu wrote:
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Kikapu wrote:
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Kikapu wrote:My gripe with the vaccination is, and having had it already, I am still required to take a Covid test if I want to fly abroad and also upon returning, costing time, effort and money. So the question begs to be asked is, if being vaccinated is not safe to travel without Covid test, why would it be safe to be in my home country? Where is the vaccinations benefit I ask? :roll:


My understand is that it stops you dying. Which, to me, has always been a strong selling point.


Yes, that is a good selling point if in fact it does, because it does not prevent getting Covid 100%. I guess it is fair to say that ALL the results are not in yet.

Ok, let’s say vaccination does stop people dying from Covid and that is great, so why the need for the Covid Test in order to travel abroad and back home again?

Friends whom are vaccinated in recent month have driven from Switzerland twice to their second home in France, to which they needed to take the Covid test both direction since some regions of France are at high risk but not the region where their home is, which does not require to be quarantined in Switzerland upon their return.

I understand that unless ALL are vaccinated, this trend will continue, but what if not ALL want to be vaccinated?


I guess it’s because you can still get Covid and transmit it to others who are not vaccinated yet. Who could in fact also die.


I get all that. My point is, unless everyone is vaccinated, Covid tests will continue for those who would like to travel abroad. Now, what are the chances of everyone getting vaccinated? Not much. My friends paid close to 800 Swiss Francs in 4 Covid tests for two people for two trips to France and back by car this month.


It will be impossible to vaccinate everyone as there will always be those who object and remain hardcore in their objections.

But because you are vaccinated, down the track, you will have the privilige of being able to visit countries that the objectors just simply will not be allowed to. That's a big thing.

Who cares if you have to do a test before and after? You will be able to visit the US and Australia and every other country. :wink:

Eventually, I don't know when, there will be some super dooper vaccine that will totally knock COVID on its head. Might take some years. Influenze vaccines take on average 7 years of developing and testing.
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Re: Good News: NO TO MANDATORY COVID 1984 VACCINATION

Postby Lordo » Sun May 30, 2021 12:34 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Londonrake wrote:
Kikapu wrote:My gripe with the vaccination is, and having had it already, I am still required to take a Covid test if I want to fly abroad and also upon returning, costing time, effort and money. So the question begs to be asked is, if being vaccinated is not safe to travel without Covid test, why would it be safe to be in my home country? Where is the vaccinations benefit I ask? :roll:


My understand is that it stops you dying. Which, to me, has always been a strong selling point.


Yes, that is a good selling point if in fact it does, because it does not prevent getting Covid 100%. I guess it is fair to say that ALL the results are not in yet.

Ok, let’s say vaccination does stop people dying from Covid and that is great, so why the need for the Covid Test in order to travel abroad and back home again?

Friends whom are vaccinated in recent month have driven from Switzerland twice to their second home in France, to which they needed to take the Covid test both direction since some regions of France are at high risk but not the region where their home is, which does not require to be quarantined in Switzerland upon their return.

I understand that unless ALL are vaccinated, this trend will continue, but what if not ALL want to be vaccinated?


I guess it’s because you can still get Covid and transmit it to others who are not vaccinated yet. Who could in fact also die.


I get all that. My point is, unless everyone is vaccinated, Covid tests will continue for those who would like to travel abroad. Now, what are the chances of everyone getting vaccinated? Not much. My friends paid close to 800 Swiss Francs in 4 Covid tests for two people for two trips to France and back by car this month.


It will be impossible to vaccinate everyone as there will always be those who object and remain hardcore in their objections.

But because you are vaccinated, down the track, you will have the privilige of being able to visit countries that the objectors just simply will not be allowed to. That's a big thing.

Who cares if you have to do a test before and after? You will be able to visit the US and Australia and every other country. :wink:

Eventually, I don't know when, there will be some super dooper vaccine that will totally knock COVID on its head. Might take some years. Influenze vaccines take on average 7 years of developing and testing.

you have more chance of being shot in USA and you have more chance of being killed by a shark or a snake down under, who gives a fuck about going to either country ffs.
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Re: Good News: NO TO MANDATORY COVID 1984 VACCINATION

Postby Paphitis » Sun May 30, 2021 12:47 pm

Lordo wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Londonrake wrote:
Kikapu wrote:My gripe with the vaccination is, and having had it already, I am still required to take a Covid test if I want to fly abroad and also upon returning, costing time, effort and money. So the question begs to be asked is, if being vaccinated is not safe to travel without Covid test, why would it be safe to be in my home country? Where is the vaccinations benefit I ask? :roll:


My understand is that it stops you dying. Which, to me, has always been a strong selling point.


Yes, that is a good selling point if in fact it does, because it does not prevent getting Covid 100%. I guess it is fair to say that ALL the results are not in yet.

Ok, let’s say vaccination does stop people dying from Covid and that is great, so why the need for the Covid Test in order to travel abroad and back home again?

Friends whom are vaccinated in recent month have driven from Switzerland twice to their second home in France, to which they needed to take the Covid test both direction since some regions of France are at high risk but not the region where their home is, which does not require to be quarantined in Switzerland upon their return.

I understand that unless ALL are vaccinated, this trend will continue, but what if not ALL want to be vaccinated?


I guess it’s because you can still get Covid and transmit it to others who are not vaccinated yet. Who could in fact also die.


I get all that. My point is, unless everyone is vaccinated, Covid tests will continue for those who would like to travel abroad. Now, what are the chances of everyone getting vaccinated? Not much. My friends paid close to 800 Swiss Francs in 4 Covid tests for two people for two trips to France and back by car this month.


It will be impossible to vaccinate everyone as there will always be those who object and remain hardcore in their objections.

But because you are vaccinated, down the track, you will have the privilige of being able to visit countries that the objectors just simply will not be allowed to. That's a big thing.

Who cares if you have to do a test before and after? You will be able to visit the US and Australia and every other country. :wink:

Eventually, I don't know when, there will be some super dooper vaccine that will totally knock COVID on its head. Might take some years. Influenze vaccines take on average 7 years of developing and testing.

you have more chance of being shot in USA and you have more chance of being killed by a shark or a snake down under, who gives a fuck about going to either country ffs.


That’s fantastic. I’m happy to keep all our sharks, poisonous spiders and snakes just to keep you from coming.

I’m happy to take my chances of being shot in America. A country of 335 million people. I think there is way more chance of dieing of Covid than be shot.

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Re: Good News: NO TO MANDATORY COVID 1984 VACCINATION

Postby yialousa1971 » Mon May 31, 2021 2:24 am

UK VAXX PASSPORT PLANS TO BE SCRAPPED

Plans to make Covid-19 passports a legal requirement for large events are set to be dropped, The Telegraph understands.

Officials working on the review into Covid-19 status certification believe there is no chance the law will be changed to mandate their use within the UK.

“It’s not a case of ‘it’s finely balanced’. It’s not going to happen,” said one well-placed government source close to the review. “Everyone says it’s dead.”

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/20 ... -scrapped/

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Re: Good News: NO TO MANDATORY COVID 1984 VACCINATION

Postby yialousa1971 » Mon May 31, 2021 2:47 am

A Roman Salute for Yialousa for keeping the faith. The Archbishop of Morphou was right, do not take the poison. Christ is our lord and savior. :wink:

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Re: Good News: NO TO MANDATORY COVID 1984 VACCINATION

Postby Lordo » Mon May 31, 2021 10:32 pm

Of course your lord will save you. Can you give example where your lord helped anybody?
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Re: Good News: NO TO MANDATORY COVID 1984 VACCINATION

Postby Paphitis » Tue Jun 01, 2021 4:41 am

Erm so sorry...but I believe there won't be any travel allowed in the US if you are not up to date with vaccinations.

No travel to Australia without up to date vaccinations.

That is a given.

You don't have to be vaccinated if you don't want to. But you won't be visiting the US or Australia, or NZ for that matter.
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Re: Good News: NO TO MANDATORY COVID 1984 VACCINATION

Postby yialousa1971 » Tue Jun 01, 2021 9:44 pm

Paphitis wrote:Erm so sorry...but I believe there won't be any travel allowed in the US if you are not up to date with vaccinations.

No travel to Australia without up to date vaccinations.

That is a given.

You don't have to be vaccinated if you don't want to. But you won't be visiting the US or Australia, or NZ for that matter.


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Re: Good News: NO TO MANDATORY COVID 1984 VACCINATION

Postby Lordo » Sat Jun 05, 2021 12:18 pm

News coming out now is those who have been vaccinated are not seriously ill when they catch covid, the ones ending in hospital are the younger people who as yet have not been vaccinated and they are not serious enough to need critical care.

Sooner they vaccinate the whole world the better it will be.

Of course this could all be false news because it does not explain why we having been vaccinated twice are not allowed to travel to any country. Time wil tell.
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