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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentMilitary · 1 month ago

If the Brasilian covid is so dangerous, are they going to close the borders and not let it spread? ?

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  • ?
    Lv 5
    1 month ago
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    The Brazilian variant has shown that we are in the Covid fight ,for the long haul -- this virus is going to continue to adapt ,and infect people  with other variants.

    Closed borders will not stop this , though it will slow down infection rates , just like track and trace programmes do.

    Our best strategy is to achieve a 100% vaccination level -- that's the only way to minimise both  infection rates ,and the rate at which new variants arise . 

    Unfortunately , with 20% of the population being antivax -- infection rates and death rates will remain significantly greater than they should be.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Basically, everything that Hoarseman wrote is correct and the only way out of the pandemic. It turns out that all the measures that western society takes to control the virus are like "Wack the Mole". The virus develops new varieties and man develops new or altered antibodies.

    Nice to know that 20% of the population is anti-vax.  That means that there will remain a core group of people for new varieties of the virus to develop, incubate and distribute.

  • gerald
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    No we will just charge people to enter at least we are paying some debt back with it , we need a decent price possible infection £10.000 , probable £100,000 , certain a million we can buy our way out of this we are capitalists its all we know 

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