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Our vaccinated rate vs Washington…what’s the difference? Ron Rivera “very frustrated”


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6 minutes ago, CRA said:

well, we actually have a variant running through the nation right now.  So we don't need to do hypothetical talk. 

Delta spreads better than the original COVID19 and attacks certain populations harder.   That isn't how you describe weaker. 

if it's less lethal then it's weaker. i don't care if the whole country gets something if it does not kill them.

Also seems hospitalizations are down even though infections are up. describes weaker.

 

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1 hour ago, Catsfan69 said:

First we all know those numbers are inflated. Lol you have zero proof of all the dumb stuff you say

How many of those deaths were under 50? You think only certain deaths matter?  What if it was your mom?  She doesn't matter.  I feel like I said this once today.

Secondly mutations tend to make viruses less lethal. Lol you have zero proof

We now have treatments. We've always had treatments...wtf? O,o

Hell give people ivermectin but there's no money in that is there? Research into that has been invalidated due to ethics concerns.  Numerous issues were found with the study in peer review.

 

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16 minutes ago, Luciu5 said:

 

If it was my 72 year old mother who is morbidly obese and is generally unhealthy and poor?

I'd say that sucks but that's life. She had a long and somewhat interesting life.

Everyone is going to die some day from something. Nobody is promised anything.

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1 minute ago, Catsfan69 said:

If it was my 72 year old mother who is morbidly obese and is generally unhealthy and poor?

I'd say that sucks but that's life. She had a long and somewhat interesting life.

Everyone is going to die some day from something. Nobody is promised anything.

 

Your cavalier attitude towards life is appalling. You are a reprehensible human being, who will endanger everyone around you. Please go away, and spew your ignorance elsewhere.

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1 minute ago, iamhubby1 said:

 

Your cavalier attitude towards life is appalling. You are a reprehensible human being, who will endanger everyone around you. Please go away, and spew your ignorance elsewhere.

It's not cavalier but yes I do think people's lives under the age of 50 are more valuable than those over 50 and I'm over 50.

That's just a fact. They have way more life ahead of them. What honestly is the quality of life for the average 85 year old in America?

I'm 51. I understand I don't have that much time left. I much rather leave the twenty thirty something kids a robust economy and life than to wring my hands over a virus THAT I HAD that is 99.9% survivable.

Will I distance? Sure when possible but I'm not going to avoid planes and elevators.

Will I wear a mask? If I have to but the data is showing it's not very effective but I'll give it a better than zero percent chance.

You sure brushed over Ivermectin didn't you?

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1 minute ago, Inimicus said:

Just running the greatest hits of right-wing retorts today arent you?

No, I consider Jama or other non government medical sources credible when it comes to this pandemic.

The left are the ones that have politicized this virus and blown it up into a bigger deal than it is.

Sure when it first hit and nobody knew much about it caution was definitely in order. But it seems to me like Florida got it right after all.  

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1 hour ago, Catsfan69 said:

if it's less lethal then it's weaker. i don't care if the whole country gets something if it does not kill them.

Also seems hospitalizations are down even though infections are up. describes weaker.

 

it spreads easier and is more lethal for small children (who don't have the option to get vaccianted currently).....

that doesn't describe weaker.  It describes a variant that is stronger against a segment of the population that is heading into a school year.  

 

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