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Jayne Flanagan
Occupational therapist- formerly worked at a Montessori primary school. Studying Masters of Public Health at UNSW. Co-founder/treasurer
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Ice Cube Sep 16
America loves to cry broke. But in America money does grow on trees.
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Ice Cube Sep 3
America is a currency creator so there’s no reason for people to live like this. Government and the banks have made a deal to keep the people in debt. They always say if you print money it will cause inflation. They just printed 3 trillion. Little or no inflation.
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Dr Zoë Hyde Sep 13
Dr Mike Ryan on why we should prevent as many cases as possible. "When we say that the vast majority of people have a mild illness and recover, that is true, but what we cannot say at the moment is what are the potential long-term impacts of having had that infection"
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Paul Cousins Sep 5
My wife’s a nurse who works on a hospital ward, she was infected with covid via a patient she was caring for about a month ago & unknowingly brought it home passing it to me & our 2 young kids. We’re through it now & all ok, but trust me when I say you don’t want it...
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Dr Zoë Hyde Sep 1
A previously fit and healthy doctor has been left with heart damage and epilepsy after developing . We would see many people left with lasting disability if we attempted to reach herd immunity without a vaccine.
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Dr Zoë Hyde Sep 1
No! The decision to lift restrictions must be based on the epidemiological situation at the time. Date-based timetables are nonsense. Border restrictions must remain until community transmission is eliminated. Why risk introducing the virus to "green zones"?
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Dr Zoë Hyde Aug 31
It is now mandatory to wear a face mask on public transport in New Zealand, but not in Australia (except Victoria). Why not? They should be mandatory in all states and territories where there is ongoing community transmission.
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DW News Jul 9
British neurologists warned that can cause serious damage to the brain and central nervous system — even in patients with mild symptoms or those in recovery.
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Dr Zoë Hyde Jul 9
Serious neurological conditions are occurring in some people with , even in those with apparently mild symptoms. The case vignettes in this study make grim reading. Some will never recover. ➡️ Herd immunity (without a vaccine) is unconscionable.
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Michael Pascoe Aug 29
Anyone notice gyms are prime real estate for spreading? If schools can't have choir, beyond me why a bunch of sweating huffers, puffers & panters are allowed to congregate in a confined space. Sydney aged care in full lock down again, but gyms carry on. ?
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Yaneer Bar-Yam Aug 30
Since when do we expect teachers to sacrifice their lives👇👇👇👇😡
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Dr Zoë Hyde Aug 28
Want to read my latest article, but don't speak English? Here are translations: 🇩🇪Deutsch: 🇳🇱Nederlands: 🇫🇷Français: 🇪🇸Español: 🇬🇧Original article (English):
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Steve Kinlan models jocks & things. 183x19cms Aug 28
How good is opening up? France decided to open up mid June when it had about 400 new recorded viruses a day. Now it has 5,500 a day.
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Jayne Flanagan Aug 28
Replying to @DrZoeHyde
“No-one is safe until everyone is safe”
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Dr Zoë Hyde Jul 12
"Humans are not herds ... It can lead to a very brutal arithmetic which does not put people and life and suffering at the centre of that equation." - Dr Mike Ryan, Executive Director, WHO Health Emergencies Programme on without a vaccine.
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Dr Zoë Hyde Aug 24
An interesting study indeed. Here are two key points: ➡️ There was no difference in viral load between symptomatic and asymptomatic children. ➡️ Asymptomatic infections were common, and were most common in children of primary school age. 0-5: 25% 6-13: 39% 14-20: 24%
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Dr Zoë Hyde Aug 27
I hate to break it to everyone, but the virus hasn't gone away. It isn't going to either, unless we take prevention seriously or until enough people are vaccinated. But the virus can be beaten, even after large outbreaks occur. Singapore and South Korea have shown it's possible.
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jacaranda Aug 28
Even the mildest cases show permanent heart damage and yet we are running a suppression strategy that intentionally allows the virus to circulate at low levels.Are we saddling our population with chronic illness?Labor should offer an alternative.
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Dr Zoë Hyde Aug 28
When are we going to call by its correct name? It should be: severe acute *vascular* syndrome coronavirus.
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Yaneer Bar-Yam Aug 27
An Inconvenient Truth: Covid-19 spreads through indoor air
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