Why fridges, vials and polling stations could be key in the distribution of a coronavirus vaccine.
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It's a bad cold, stop flapping.

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For a cold that 99.995+% of people won't have a problem from? dumb.

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By making it 6 billion.....then 5...4...3....2...1..then it will only be the Billionaires left patting each others backs, whilst quaffing champagne and relaxing on their Utopian Elysian Fields.


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2020-14-Th 12:14:32 pm

By making it 6 billion.....then 5...4...3....2...1..then it will only be Billionaires patting each others backs whilst quaffing champagne and relaxing on their Utopian Elysian Fields.

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I refuse to take a vaccine that has been rushed. There is a reason testing takes the time.

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What if the vaccine ends up killing more than the virus?

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I for one am not taking some Windows '95 anti-virus software vaccine because of some real or imagined virus that is no more harmful than the flu.


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2020-10-Th 01:10:49 pm

I for one am not taking some Windows '95 vaccine because of some real or imagined virus that is no more harmful than the flu.

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How will 'the world' vaccinate one person?

No real vaccine has ever been developed against Corona viruses.

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Make that 6,999,999,999 because I ain't getting it.

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LMBO. I can't even take this seriously.

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Given the Bill Gates believes there are too many people on earth, I think you can deduce the answer.

Then again, BBC is #FakeNews therefore, and about as sharp as a plastic spoon.


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2020-05-Th 07:05:42 pm

Given the Bill Gates believes there are too many people on earth, I think you can deduce the answer.

Then again, BBC is #FakeNews therefore, not the sharpest tool in the shed.

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