This is completely opposite to my other thread.
Bound to happen with Bolsonaro digging up destroying the rainforest.
Could you explain with data and references how a virus from China with the ability to mutate, would have a greater or lesser capacity to mutate due to deforestation.
Don't ask me how but I remember posting a Guardian article about aibk to deforestation and COVID 19.
Do you work for our government?
> Do you work for our government?
He's Mountain Spirit. Don't f*ck with the Mountain Spirit.
> Don't ask me how but I remember posting a Guardian article about aibk to deforestation and COVID 19.
You're probably thinking about articles like this: https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-02341-1
They make an interesting point about habitat destruction and the likelihood of future pandemics but I doubt there's a direct link between recent mutations in Brazil and habitat destruction as it's a mutation of an existing virus rather than a new disease that's moved from animals to humans.
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It's all right. Our great leader (Bunter) deflected Yvette Cooper's question about border biosecurity, with reference to the Brazilian (and other) variant, by wobbling about our world leading vaccination programme. Entirely missing the point. Again...
No. I would never work for our government.
One thing to say.....
.... Um eh Umm eh.
I don't get this.
Me gusta tu respuesta. Muchas gracias.
I wonder if Cuba is on the list!
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