Boris’ super-spreader incubation machines

Typhoid Mary meets the Broad Street pump (or so it seems).

Can anyone explain which dataset was used to verify that…

  1. Efficacy isn’t reduced over 3 months between 1st and 2nd doses?
  2. The delay isn’t creating an environment of evolutionary adaptation that runs a very high risk of creating a strain that’s impervious to the vaccine?

I ask because neither vaccine was tested beyond 42 days (6 weeks) and both Pfizer and Astra/Seneca have cautioned against delay, not least because there’s no dataset to analyze covering the 90 days currently mandated by this incompetent and scientifically illiterate government.

One thought on “Boris’ super-spreader incubation machines”

  1. Hmmmm, bumbling boris and his incompetent government or bunch of circus clowns distracting us from a much more sinister social engineering masterplan? Either way we need them gone, but let’s not underestimate the enemy – they always did want herd immunity and a super-virus really would be a test of survival of the fittest (and richest). Perhaps I’m getting cynical in my old age …. or maybe I’m not!

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