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


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2 hours ago, Catsfan69 said:

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.  

Literally vacationing right now in Florida and every time the news airs it is talking about how hospitals are overwhelmed and trying to show folks how dangerous the virus is.

Even more so than in SC.

You're trying to force your beliefs over knowledge and it's pretty gross tb100.

Also, hospitalizations are down in general due to folks getting vaccinated as it doesn't prevent infection but rather gives your body a chance to fight and win.

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3 hours 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.

 

Hospitalizations are down because over half the country is vaccinated… I feel better knowing you are just trolling and don’t even believe your own poo you are posting.

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It's like people were warned that if they didn't take the virus seriously and work together to prevent its spread that it would inevitably mutate which would lead to a second pandemic.

bUt mUh hAIrcUt

fuging spreadnecks smh

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17 minutes ago, Icege said:

It's like people were warned that if they didn't take the virus seriously and work together to prevent its spread that it would inevitably mutate which would lead to a second pandemic.

bUt mUh hAIrcUt

fuging spreadnecks smh

We will eventually hit herd immunity one way or another. 

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1 minute ago, Catsfan69 said:

We will eventually hit herd immunity one way or another. 

When the folks that were influenced by politicians that downplayed the virus die off, maybe. Herd immunity requires 70% - 90% vaccination rates (measles is so contagious that it requires 95%).

Unfortunately, Florida might get there first by killing children.

Crazy how the same folks that were tweeting #SaveOurChildren and having aneurysms over the suggestion of defunding the police are in favor of defunding education.

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2 minutes ago, Icege said:

When the folks that were influenced by politicians that downplayed the virus die off, maybe. Herd immunity requires 70% - 90% vaccination rates (measles is so contagious that it requires 95%).

Unfortunately, Florida might get there first by killing children.

Crazy how the same folks that were tweeting #SaveOurChildren and having aneurysms over the suggestion of defunding the police are in favor of defunding education.

What a total piece of poo

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On 7/29/2021 at 4:37 PM, CRA said:

talk about not apples to apples....

Coronavirus is something that world has steady worked on together for decades upon decades in preparation....for a moment exactly like this one.    

it's why they were able to create 3 very effective vaccines for the virus they were made so quickly for.  Decades of studying COVID.  Billions spent.   And it went to work. 

Vaccines are simple.  It is why we have been able to remove viruses from being a threat time and time again.  We get better and better and better at it.  Extended the life span of humans to what they are today. 

 

 

Effective ? Have you not been paying attention this past week? They are now admitting the vaccinated getting infected as much as the unvaccinated.  It is not a vaccine if it doesn’t prevent a disease, it’s just a shot, like the flu shot. It may or may not work.  

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23 hours ago, iamhubby1 said:

 

Follow the science. You know, the actual people that know what is going on. It would take minutes to do some research. But hey, you can't expect people to invest that much time in a Global Pandemic.

Orange man ruined that. Thank god people with some sense took over. If it were not for Biden and his team we probably would still be waiting for vax roll out. Hopefully we can begin making vax passports and companies will require vax to work. NFL could lead that but of course they will fumble that too.

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7 hours ago, ickmule said:

Effective ? Have you not been paying attention this past week? They are now admitting the vaccinated getting infected as much as the unvaccinated.  It is not a vaccine if it doesn’t prevent a disease, it’s just a shot, like the flu shot. It may or may not work.  

Look at who is getting hospitalized and who is dying from it.  Spoiler, it’s the unvaccinated….

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1 hour ago, ForJimmy said:

Look at who is getting hospitalized and who is dying from it.  Spoiler, it’s the unvaccinated….

Not true. Locally my wife and I know 7 people that are currently infected, all 7 were double poked. 2, a couple were hospitalized, the husband passed away last Monday, he was 51 and fit. I know zero unvaccinated people at the moment that are infected with the virus. A 42 year old woman is also one of the 7 that is also in the hospital, in icu, has been for almost 2 weeks. That’s damn near 50% of the 7 people. The media and CDC are lying to us about how ineffective this vaccine is because if the truth comes out people that have been vaccinated will freak out and those that are unvaccinated will most certainly not even consider taking it. 

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