rise of super-mutant strains which "threaten" the global fight against the virus.“It’s a nuclear reactor that has set off a chain reaction and is out of control. It’s a biological Fukushima."His comment was a reference to the shocking explosion at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan sparked by a tsunami in 2011.https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/14567615/brazil-covid-plague-biological-fukushima-mutant-strains/>just out of curiosity; is their a correlation then with starfish melting syndrome, starfish blood is seawater, and the Fukushima disaster if its now considered a huge disaster that the media downplayed for years?
linking the sun should be an autoban on this board
The obvious solution is nuking Brazil.
>>821427Just out of curiosity, is there a correlation between OP being a massive raging homosexual faggot and his constant spamming of sludge from supermarket tabloid rags all over /news/? Hey, I'm just asking reasonable questions here. This tragic disaster is considered to be massive faggotry that /news/ mods have enabled and downplayed for years.
>>821514>The obvious solution is nuking Brazil.I'm from Brazil, living in Brazil, and I second that.
>>821446>nuking only results in radioactive, super-covidno thanks, man
>>821529>This tragic disaster is considered to be massive faggotry that /news/ mods have enabled and downplayed for years.There's mods here?
>>821607Yea, radioactive mutations
>>821576based I don't want to nuke you now
4000 dead per day600,000 dead by july"We are brewing new variants every week and some of them may more lethal.. eventually make it to the entire world.".......................................600kAlmost as bad as the US of Aand the variants are coming our way
A third of COVID survivors suffer neurological or mental disorders: studyhttps://www.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN2BT2ZI?utm_source=reddit.com