Alberta declares State of Public Health Emergency

petros

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A simple question:

(1) Why are there so many nurses and doctors being fired for refusing to take the covid jabs?

(2) Is there something about and in those covid vaccines that they are aware and scared of taking?

(3 ) Is it because they have seen the drastic results of way too many vaccinated people who took the covid jabs and have either become seriously ill, maimed or have died?

(4) Where is there any common sense and logic at all in not allowing the non vaccinated into places like restaurants, pubs, casinos and sports events to name but a few where we the non vaccinated MAY spread the covid virus, but yet we the non vaccinated can go into a Walmart, Save On Foods, Home Depot and government liquor stores where we the non vaccinated could easily spread the covid virus? One would think that the government would not want anyone to be allowed to enter their liquor stores seeing that they are the big believers in the covid virus?

(5) And we all now know that the fully vaccinated can still get covid and can then spread the covid virus to anyone in all business and stores premises if one is near those vaccinated. Places like sports events, airplanes and concerts can be seen as huge covid super spreaders.

You want to debate? Well then, answer all those simple questions for me. And if you do not, then I now know that I gotcha by the you know what. :LOL:
They are cleaning house on purpose.

Out with compassionate humans and in with virtual and AI healthcare.
 
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Personally curious about the answer to this question:

If we had done nothing from the start; no masks, no lockdowns, no vaccine (as so many want), where do you think we'd be right now as it pertains to Covid deaths, infected, economy?
 

IdRatherBeSkiing

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Personally curious about the answer to this question:

If we had done nothing from the start; no masks, no lockdowns, no vaccine (as so many want), where do you think we'd be right now as it pertains to Covid deaths, infected, economy?
More people would be dead. There would have been a need to increase hospital capacities but not sure if that would have been accomplished. I think economically we would have been better off.
 

IdRatherBeSkiing

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How could we be better off economically? That honestly doesn't make much sense.
If we had not closed anything down, businesses would have continued. The closures of a lot of them would not have happened (and there are several who did close). The government would not have had to borrow as much to provide subsidies for businesses or individuals. Therefore we would be better off economically than we are now. The lockdowns definitely hurt the economy.
 

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If we had done nothing from the start; no masks, no lockdowns, no vaccine (as so many want), where do you think we'd be right now as it pertains to Covid deaths, infected, economy?
Exactly where we are right now with not as much economic destruction.
 

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Personally curious about the answer to this question:

If we had done nothing from the start; no masks, no lockdowns, no vaccine (as so many want), where do you think we'd be right now as it pertains to Covid deaths, infected, economy?
You really wouldn't want to know but it would likely be close to what the U.S. had to contend with in 1921.
 
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Serryah

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You really wouldn't want to know but it would likely be close to what the U.S. had to contend with in 1921.

Well I do, because I'm genuinely interested in what people think would have happened.

Course a follow up question would be "And you'd be okay with that?"
 
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Serryah

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If we had not closed anything down, businesses would have continued. The closures of a lot of them would not have happened (and there are several who did close). The government would not have had to borrow as much to provide subsidies for businesses or individuals. Therefore we would be better off economically than we are now. The lockdowns definitely hurt the economy.

Except that A) deaths would be higher, B) infection rate would be higher which would lead to C) no one out buying or spending cause the liklyhood of overload to the health system and infected individuals would seriously screw society.

Remember, besides no lockdowns, there'd be no masks, no attempt at distancing, no other precautions, no vaccine; if no one gave an absolute shit that Covid was out and about and spread, you honestly think things wouldn't be that much different?
 
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IdRatherBeSkiing

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Except that A) deaths would be higher, B) infection rate would be higher which would lead to C) no one out buying or spending cause the liklyhood of overload to the health system and infected individuals would seriously screw society.

Remember, besides no lockdowns, there'd be no masks, no attempt at distancing, no other precautions, no vaccine; if no one gave an absolute shit that Covid was out and about and spread, you honestly think things wouldn't be that much different?
You asked what would happen. My first answer, before clarification, outlined more deaths and need to increase hospital capacity. I am not sure it would have significantly affected the economy.

I don't think we have to look at it as two extremes. There are also tonnes of middle ground -- fully open but mask mandate, then with vaccine mandates for example. This would have reduced deaths and transmissions.

Also I did not offer an opinion on the course of action. Not doing what they did would have traded lives for dollars. All choices have consequences. Aside from TrueDope's cocamamy hotel plan for returning air travelers and his closing of flights to the sun destinations I think measures taken (at least in Ontario) have been reasonable.
 

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I'd beg to differ, politicians lie. :)

Many of Bonnie the commie Henry's patients have already and some are still dying today here in B. C. because of her constant lies about covid. The plandemic is all over but with Bonnie Poo covid is not over yet. Bonnie Poo enjoys making over $350 dollars a year for pushing her constant lies and bullshit about covid. The woman is such a bullshitter that she needs to be committed now otherwise more people are going to die from her forcing the non vaccinated people to take the jab. If they do not then they can stop enjoying life, stay at home, and wait to die. Only a psychopath has that kind of mentality. (n)
 
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taxme

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Personally curious about the answer to this question:

If we had done nothing from the start; no masks, no lockdowns, no vaccine (as so many want), where do you think we'd be right now as it pertains to Covid deaths, infected, economy?

Why are you still trying to avoid the questions that I have asked of you? Are you that afraid of me that you have nothing to add that can back up your beliefs in regards to covid? What a wimp and a coward indeed. :LOL::ROFLMAO:(y)
 

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Except that A) deaths would be higher, B) infection rate would be higher which would lead to C) no one out buying or spending cause the liklyhood of overload to the health system and infected individuals would seriously screw society.

Remember, besides no lockdowns, there'd be no masks, no attempt at distancing, no other precautions, no vaccine; if no one gave an absolute shit that Covid was out and about and spread, you honestly think things wouldn't be that much different?
Do you have proof one way or another? We already passed the death total of the Spanish flu and that had a lower recovery rate percentage in the population. One thing for sure if we woulda chugged along the damage woulda been done and we would be at herd immunity like Sweden

We locked down supposedly to avoid the same results of 1921, maybe in the start where flatten the curve was a good idea the Cabal looked at how the world complied and decided to use the lockdowns to their benefit. The proof of which was stated back in June of 2020 where the message came out like the flu it isn't going away
 
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taxslave

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How could we be better off economically? That honestly doesn't make much sense.
The government debt would not be nearly as high for starters.
I know this kind of crude, but from a purely economic perspective lots of old and sick dying ( like what happened up until the middle of the last century) would have cut long term medical costs and the amount of pension money paid out. This would also have freed up a lot of housing, lowering sale and rental prices. Most likely a lot of the newly inherited wealth would have been spent, keeping the economy rolling.
 

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Personally curious about the answer to this question:

If we had done nothing from the start; no masks, no lockdowns, no vaccine (as so many want), where do you think we'd be right now as it pertains to Covid deaths, infected, economy?
Don't pay too much attention to taxme's blathering, Serryah! :)