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


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Just now, Catsfan69 said:

You think?

Once 80 percent of the country has either had it or been vaccinated we get there.

You keep forgetting that people have immune systems. 

 

That didn't answer the question. When can we expect to reach this magic number? The world is a mess. I an excited for this to actually happen. So when? Come on? You can at least give us an approximation?

 

You've got all the answers. Answer this one?

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9 hours ago, ForJimmy said:

https://apnews.com/article/coronavirus-pandemic-health-941fcf43d9731c76c16e7354f5d5e187
 

.8% of deaths are fully vaccinated people and 1.1% of hospitalizations. What you are describing in an incredibly small sample size. Can it happen to fully vaccinated people? Yes, just way less likely.

I believe history will show differently, but we shall see. 

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1 hour ago, iamhubby1 said:

 

That didn't answer the question. When can we expect to reach this magic number? The world is a mess. I an excited for this to actually happen. So when? Come on? You can at least give us an approximation?

 

You've got all the answers. Answer this one?

If we just stop all guidelines. 

Just vaccinations and let it run it's course?

6 to 9 mths.

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On 7/29/2021 at 11:02 PM, iamhubby1 said:

Nowhere in there does it say, home of the idiots that think Covid is no big deal. Over 1.4 million dead. But hey. Don't do your part to end this pandemic.

Forest fires serve a purpose too.

No amount of "science" will make it go away...

...nature has to take its course --- period.

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