The study cited is from Oct 2022. Is there anything that came from it?
Culling activities started soon after the official order by animal health services on 18 October 2022. Animals were culled in batches of 150–200 animals. By 17 November 2022, all minks at the infected premises were culled and all the carcasses, fomites and waste were destroyed.
The mink farm had a staff of 12 workers, 11 of whom had been in contact with the animals and were also involved in the culling activities. On 13 and 14 October, nasopharyngeal swabs were taken from the 11 asymptomatic workers and all tested negative for avian influenza virus (AIV).
This study compared the occurrence of cardiovascular conditions and death in infected versus uninfected individuals recruited before December 2020, when no vaccines were available in the UK.
There need to be some lawsuits/holding motherfuckers accountable for this. In 2020 many workplaces did a naive and risky return to office plan that unreasonably put people at risk when they could have just waited it out with little consequence
That first wave, no buenoIn this cohort study, we used the national health-care databases of the US Department of Veterans Affairs to build a cohort of 51 919 participants who had a positive COVID-19 test and survived the first 30 days of infection between March 1, 2020, and Jan 15, 2021;