Don’t panic but there’s a relatively high chance of the most contagious corona version spreading in Korea

  • Korean government loosened corona restrictions in November. Now a new version of corona 500x more contagious, called Nü, is out in the wild. Delta variant spread in Korea with restrictions, so what are the chances Nü will also hit Korea and spread out with more Koreans traveling. And unlike Australia Korea won’t have the cojones to do the right thing. This means it might be 2020 again baby, a lot of these planned concerts might get canceled again. Of course the current vaccines aren’t as effective against new variants and don’t provide immunity, just won’t make you that sick if you catch it theoretically. If more Koreans start dying then this will most likely lead to a true lockdown of the country.

  • Korean government loosened corona restrictions in November. Now a new version of corona 500x more contagious, called Nü, is out in the wild. Delta variant spread in Korea with restrictions, so what are the chances Nü will also hit Korea and spread out with more Koreans traveling. And unlike Australia Korea won’t have the cojones to do the right thing. This means it might be 2020 again baby, a lot of these planned concerts might get canceled again. Of course the current vaccines aren’t as effective against new variants and don’t provide immunity, just won’t make you that sick if you catch it theoretically. If more Koreans start dying then this will most likely lead to a true lockdown of the country.

    Keep wanting to be a slave to the puppet-masters.


    I bet you're one of the ones who still wears a mask out of doors while drinking your water through a flexible straw on your helmet, you absolute nutter.

  • not in Korea yet

    Most cases are in South Africa + Belgium, Hong Kong,Israel(1-2 cases)

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  • By now, I think we're at a point that we have to accept that we must live with Covid, instead of hide from it.


    Jumping in and out of lockdown constantly is not sustainable as a society.


    I feel we need to do our best to protect ourselves, but start getting back again to whatever is considered a normal life these days.

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  • By now, I think we're at a point that we have to accept that we must live with Covid, instead of hide from it.


    Jumping in and out of lockdown constantly is not sustainable as a society.


    I feel we need to do our best to protect ourselves, but start getting back again to whatever is considered a normal life these days.

    I totally agree since the Coronavirus outbreak all the prices have gone up from food to clothing to every necessity without forgetting the shortage on medication and I don't want it to get worse

  • By now, I think we're at a point that we have to accept that we must live with Covid, instead of hide from it.


    Jumping in and out of lockdown constantly is not sustainable as a society.


    I feel we need to do our best to protect ourselves, but start getting back again to whatever is considered a normal life these days.

    But what do we do when hospitals are full? Leave patients to die in the parking lot?

  • All you young people are brainwashed into paranoia. They just want to control you because it's all about optics and cosmetics to them. But keep bowing to them if it makes you feel better.

    How does it feel being stupid? Not an insult, just genuinely asking since no smart person can come up with such a dumb phrase

  • Get your vaccines, get your booster, test yourself and abide by the covid rules in your country. No need to lock yourself up but just be careful. Covid19 will never leave (something people said since the outbreak and even after SARS).

  • But what do we do when hospitals are full? Leave patients to die in the parking lot?

    It would definitely be a different or better situation if a lot of people get their vaccines. In my country, it is almost 15x more likely for someone not vaccinated to end up in the ER.

    Edit: keep in mind that a lot of positive vaccinated are not testing themselves or have any symptoms. This has the consequence that it is more likely more than 15 times because this number is only in relation to the positive (likely to have symptoms) tested vaccinated people


    Also, vaccines would lower the risks of mutations and variants.

  • Variant this, variant that; covid is here to stay, we have to learn to live with it. Lockdowns make no sense because even vaccinated people can spread and catch covid. Get vaccinated, wear a mask, take care of yourself. We need to move on with our lives

  • But what do we do when hospitals are full? Leave patients to die in the parking lot?

    There have been studies done to show those who have been vaccinated do not usually get sick to the point of needing to be hospitalized - this is the reason they are pushing all of us to get vaccinated. It's not to eradicate the disease - at this point that would be impossible. Rather, it is to lower the number of cases of people who become ill enough to need to be hospitalized or worse - die. That is what we are trying to control for. We should all remember you can die from any garden variety flu and much larger numbers of us were before they started offering flu shots.

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