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#121 [Permalink] Posted on 15th March 2020 15:47
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Herd immunity works to make the mass immune but it also means the loss of life in the weak, vulnerable and those with underlying health issues because there’s no system in place to protect them.

Also the surge of infection in herd immunity will put pressure on the health services and those effected cannot receive sufficient care.

Delaying the process is a longer process of infection which means that there is no manic surge in care and mass deaths over a short period.

There is no way of stopping the spread of the virus but only delaying it so it’s more equally spread over the year or so. To ease pressure on healthcare system and the medical profession. The delaying method also means better care can be given to those infected. therefore less deaths in the long run.
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#122 [Permalink] Posted on 15th March 2020 15:54

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Do you know that the Qur'aan, Sunnah and Fiqh is filled with guidance in times of At-Ta'oon (Plague)? Do you honestly think that this is the first time the Muslim Ummah has encountered plague?

Can you please quote me the guidance from the Hanafi Madhab on plague? And if you don't know, be humble enough to say, "I don't know".

Nobody is panicking, people aretaking precautions. Our deen tells you how to behave in a plague and has happened before.

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#123 [Permalink] Posted on 15th March 2020 16:01
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(1) It does not work with a virus, that has the ability to mutate, and evolve into a more virulent strand.
Japan has just reported a case of someone becoming re-infected after intially overcoming the virus.

(2) Even if it did not have the ability mutate.. It is still a literally insane theory, if you stand back and allow the virus to spread. The young and healthy might develop an immunity, but those who are old, and sick will be wiped out. Before Herd Immunity takes effect. Hundreds of thousands dying.

(3) If a population all gets infected in a short period of time. Millions getting sick, it would put a huge strain on the Health Services and the entire NHS coming to a stand still. People who are suffering from other illnesses, or Injuries, i.e. Heartattacks, Strokes, Accidents etc. Will not get the help required and would also end up dying. Because the NHS would be too overwhelmed to give them proper treatment.

Evidence from places like South Korea, Taiwan, Singapore etc. Shows that containment is quite effective, in impeding the spread of the virus.

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#124 [Permalink] Posted on 15th March 2020 18:30
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Cases of reinfections are not necessary evidence of mutation. It could be the virus appears to have gone away, but lies dormant instead.

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[Nobody is panicking, people aretaking precautions.


Of course people are panicking, I just have to visit my local supermarket to see that. Now whether panic buying is taking precautions, is a subjective matter.
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#125 [Permalink] Posted on 15th March 2020 19:09
Jazakallah khairan to the brothers who responded, very well explained.

It is worrying for people because we are scared of the unknown. People are still trying to figure out what the ultimate effects of this will be. Man made or not, we are all vulnerable.

Some people worry more than others. May Allah grant us a solution and allow us to be better after this than we were before it.

One shaikh once mentioned that he hurt his knee. He did shukr to Allah that Allah gave him time for zikr. It truly is a time for reflection.

Giving sadaqah on a weekly basis would be a good idea.
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#126 [Permalink] Posted on 15th March 2020 20:55
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JazakAllah to just the brothers as it seems women’s efforts should be ignored. I’m sure other guests and visitors to the site will benefit from the info. SubhaanAllah May Allah accept from all of us. Aameen
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#127 [Permalink] Posted on 15th March 2020 21:35
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#128 [Permalink] Posted on 15th March 2020 21:37
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#129 [Permalink] Posted on 16th March 2020 01:42
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#130 [Permalink] Posted on 16th March 2020 07:00
[CORONAVIRUS CURE FOUND] Coronavirus Vaccine Begins Testing Soon! Could This be The End to The Pandemic?

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16 March 2020 01:50

The clinical trial with regards to the evaluation of the coronavirus vaccine designed to protect the public against the deadly coronavirus or Covid-19 has just recently been finished and is going to undergo proper testing this Monday! Although this may seem like exciting news, there is a huge hiccup with regards to when this coronavirus vaccine may actually be ready. According to the Public Health Officials, it would still take 18 months to properly approve any potential vaccine! Can the world wait that long?

Coronavirus vaccine

Will the coronavirus vaccine be available in time to save the world?

The very first participant who will be the subject of a trial will be soon receiving the experimental vaccine on Monday according to officials but the details of the following experimental coronavirus vaccine have not yet been open to public. The National Institutes of Health is behind the funding of this project which is said to be taking place at the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute located in Seattle.

The subject of the experimental coronavirus vaccine

The subject of this testing will start with about 45 young and healthy volunteers who will receive very different doses of these shots that have been co-developed by a familiar NIC and Moderna Inc. The participants will not get infected by the shots since they do not possess the virus itself. The very goal of the experiment is to see if the vaccines show side effects which would then bring the vaccine to the next stage of larger testing.

There have been dozens of groups working on a vaccine

In the world of biological science, it has become a race as to who will be the first to create the coronavirus vaccine as the amount of Covid-19 cases continues to increase worldwide! The pursuance of these vaccines when done by different producers tend to speed up the process as each one incorporates a technological method which can be used to develop a unique type of vaccine.

Some researchers are focusing on a temporary vaccine

There are some people who are tasked to focus on the long term fight and there are also some people who are tasked to focus on the short term fight which is why there are a few researchers who are keen on focusing only on the short term vaccines with hopes of having an instant remedy although not permanent but at least functional as of the moment.

The coronavirus has reached a global pandemic

There are about 156,000 people who are already infected with the virus and although there are only 5,800 dead, the number seems to rise every single day. The existing health problems being dealt with around the world add on to the risk of getting infected and suffering gravely from this virus.

Although the world has seen positive news as the vast majority of the infected have finally started to recover, a coronavirus vaccine is necessary to defeat this global pandemic long term!
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#131 [Permalink] Posted on 16th March 2020 07:01
Wait till Brazil gets infected and then s**t will hit the fan.

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#132 [Permalink] Posted on 16th March 2020 07:20
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I'm sorry,

I said brothers naturally

Alhamdulillah the sisters, aunties and apas are also doing a good job.

It was just that brothers were replying to my post directly. I was responding to them
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#133 [Permalink] Posted on 16th March 2020 07:32
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It’s fine no problem. JazakAllah for understanding and not taking offence.
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#134 [Permalink] Posted on 16th March 2020 08:45
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Times of trouble but always something to smile about
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#135 [Permalink] Posted on 16th March 2020 10:31
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Nice to read your message ummi taalib was beginning to wonder where all the sisters were. Yes always something to smile about :)
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