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Althom

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He declared CSL purchases in his register of members interests dated 30 June, he had none on his 30 March declaration. Proof is there if you look.
Declaration dated 30 July 2019 shows he had CSL shares then
 

IanG

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Check the documentation he's had CSL shares in his portfolio since July 2019. Proof is there, if you're willing to look.

Dunno why you want to keep going with this. I specifically acknowledged he may have had some CSL shares before he bought further shares in June.
 

Althom

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Dunno why you want to keep going with this. I specifically acknowledged he may have had some CSL shares before he bought further shares in June.
You specifically stated "He declared CSL purchases in his register of members interests dated 30 June, he had none on his 30 March declaration."
None on his 30 March declaration?
So did he have none as you state or some as per his declaration?
If you're going to invent stuff to back up your conspiracy theories at least invent something that is at least close to the truth.
 
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IanG

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You specifically stated "He declared CSL purchases in his register of members interests dated 30 June, he had none on his 30 March declaration."
None on his 30 March declaration?
So did he have none as you state or some as per his declaration?
If you're going to invent stuff to back up your conspiracy theories at least invent something that is at least close to the truth.

No PURCHASES in March
 

antman

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It's hardly surprising that an Australian should have shares in Australian company CSL.
I have shares in CSL.
Most people with a super fund probably do.
It is drawing a very long bow to suggest that, on the basis of that shareholding, they can influence the opinion of The Australasian Virology Society.

I agree - it's a long bow to draw.
 

Tigers of Old

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It's potentially a great leveller if no amount of money or importance can buy you a better vaccine. Maybe we can on-sell the AstraZeneca to a needier country and ensure everyone gets the same protection here.

Someone posted the analogy online would you use the condom that was 95% effective or 62% effective?

Meanwhile the US broke another single day record overnight of 4,327 deaths..
 
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Midsy

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1500+ dead in the UK in a single day. Keep the bastard out FFS.
It’s the 10-14 day lag behind the spike in cases brought on by Xmas and New Year mixing. Cases are coming down now, so hopefully the deaths will fall in due course as well.

Vaccine rollout should also start to produce a slow down as well soon - hopefully.
 
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mrposhman

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Someone posted the analogy online would you use the condom that was 95% effective or 62% effective?

Meanwhile the US broke another single day record overnight of 4,327 deaths..

I think the key has to be age profiles.

I don't think I've seen efficacy of each vaccine by age profile. For example, for under 50's, maybe each has 95% or 99% or 100% efficacy. In that situation, then of course we would vaccinate those groups with the cheaper more easily accessible vaccine.

Particularly with risk being so low in the lower categories, I support using the AZ vaccine there, but to use this in our higher risk groups I'd be more concerned.

The higher efficacy vaccine should be being used on our most at risk groups IMO.

Has anyone seen anything that shows efficacy by age group?
 
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antman

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Someone posted the analogy online would you use the condom that was 95% effective or 62% effective?

If i could use the 62% effective condom tonight or wait six months for the 92% effective one, I'd probably for the short term gratification
 
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eZyT

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If i could use the 62% effective condom tonight or wait six months for the 92% effective one, I'd probably for the short term gratification

yeah funny, I was thinking about context too.

if I was 40 with no kids but really wanted them, and having sex with my smoking hot salt of the earth 30 year old soul mate who thought the future of the world was too bleak to bring children into,

I reckon Id be Mr.62% for the evening (with full disclosure, obviously)

plus you're unlikely to end up on a ventilator, gasping for air like a carp on a dusty riverbank, from a franga that cant handle the heat.
 
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