Author Topic: Covid Culture (was Outbreak Culture)  (Read 27505 times)

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Offline wilber

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Re: Covid Culture (was Outbreak Culture)
« Reply #3075 on: April 07, 2021, 08:53:47 pm »
Why not produce the pfizer or moderna vaccines in the Astrazeneca facilities?  They're more effective against COVID anyways.  If they're not worried about profit it shouldn't be any issue.

How long does it take to build production facilities in a state of emergency anyways?  More than a year?  Why isn't the international community pumping these vaccines out like candy?  Money shouldn't be the issue if lockdowns are sucking untold GDP from countries.  All they needed is one effective vaccine and then it's go-time.  The international community should have been working on facilities since March/April last year but have instead been bickering about hoarding vaccines.

An entire country can be mobilized and cooperating with other countries during an emergency like in WWII, but here we are twiddling our thumbs, with Dr. Tam still shoveling us her her load that nobody trusts, and Trudeau not knowing how to do anything but give away free money we don't have, and the intellectually slow opposition whining about lockdowns, and the NDP still whining about pharmacare which we obviously can't afford and nobody gives 2 effs about right now.

The are mRNA vaccines and they aren't allowing anyone to manufacture them under license. You buy them from Pfizer or Moderna or go without. AstraZeneca is allowing theirs to be made under license that's why it is being made in India by its Serum Institute and South Korea's SK Bioscience as well as in Europe.
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