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Originally posted by invernal
But I'm glad things are good in Poland! Remember, maybe they are covering something up, though, too? And doing a good job of it? I can't forget the words of the Russian plague researcher Supotnitsky, as I mentioned in a previous post. Then again, for all I know, he could be disinformation.
I'm all for relaxing, though. I go out as I please now (but I did catch the H1N1). I just hope people don't *completely* let their guards down because of this "crying wolf" appearance of the situation.
And I'd still like to hear more reports. I usually don't believe anything based on the report of one person.
Originally posted by odyseusz
In Poland covering anything is extremely difficult. People in Poland have a black belt in conspiracy techniques. We are conspiring for more than 200 years against every authority we have. Now is a bit annoying since we are conspiring against authority elected in democratic way. ...
What I am curious is why all this pharmaceutical companies doesn't want to sell this vaccines to medical wholesalers directly to private hands. They only want to sell it to governments which have to pay eventual responsibility for it. ...
Originally posted by jedi_hamster
reply to post by invernal
yeah. that same minister of health recently said that H1N1 is mild and isn't causing ANY deaths in poland, which is simply BS. after reading the reports and looking at what doctors said about those cases, it's obvious that it's same H1N1 strain that hit ukraine.
Scientists have also issued new recommendations for doctors in the diagnosis and treatment. Among other things, that you no longer need to confirm the type of virus that caused the flu, even if it is suspected A/H1N1.
No longer will be used test strips to detect flu. - Proved to be useless - said prof. Andrzej Horban, a national consultant for infectious diseases.