"Tis an honor to be recognized."
All the Republican states have chosen to get taken down by natural selection or something. It's a hellhole in Missouri.
Actually most viruses mutate and because the covid vaccine doesn't actually stop you from getting covid and instead prevents you from possibly dying and being hospitalized this still could of happened. The flu has a bunch of variants.Turns out when people don't reach herd immunity you have dangerous variants that pop up that can be a danger to everyone, which is why anyone who doesn't have an explicitly good reason to get vaccinated is making a morally wrong choice.
Also that's less than 1% of deaths. 99% of people dying are unvaccinated.
"It's just the flu"Actually most viruses mutate and because the covid vaccine doesn't actually stop you from getting covid and instead prevents you from possibly dying and being hospitalized this still could of happened. The flu has a bunch of variants.
Yeah not arguing on if people should get the vaccine on or not but to say that herd immunity would of stopped a variant is just factually inept.It also makes it much harder to spread the vaccine, and if more people got the vaccine less people would be getting Covid because it wouldn't be around as much, so a combination of less deadly and harder to spread means that not getting the vaccine without a very good reason is at best cowardly and worst just openly morally wrong.
Yeah I'm not going to immerse with you if you're trying to purposely corkscrew my words because you have no argument. Polio is also a disease that has a vaccine with variants would you have preferred me to use that example? Measles? Chicken Pox? Sounds like you're more mad at science than me."It's just the flu"
Is this what you're setting up?
I didn't say freedom of health. I said that people are entitled to do whatever they want with their bodies and I'm not encouraging anybody or shaming anybody for something they don't want to do or want to do. You want to force people to do things they don't want to do? Go to school and get in congress until then stop putting words in my mouth when I point out your ridiculous statements. And this is the last time I'm discussing this with you since you can't form an argument without putting words in people's mouths. I said what I said and I don't need you summarizing anything.Well yeah, in the other thread you put on some dumb "freedom of health" thing.
I'm not saying it would stop it, that the effects would be much less bad if everyone got vaccinated. Look at how the worst affected states by the Delta strain are the ones with the least amount of people vaccinated. Just because there's still a small chance something bad would happen doesn't mean you shouldn't do a good thing overall.
Hell, poverty is a big reason why many can't take it.I think a difference should be pointed out between the anti-vax movement and people who just haven't received the vaccine yet.
There are enough well-intended people who just haven't received their doses. By all means, they should, but there is some reason they haven't yet. For these types of people, they will eventually listen to reason and take the vaccine. I have no patience with the "it's my choice" movement or the anti-vax movement, but we should encourage others who just haven't taken the vaccine to take it.
THIS.From a global perspective the most poor nations will not receive vaccines because of richer nations getting them first, outside of rich people in those nations.
From an American perspective people in poverty are not getting the vaccine at the same rates as higher earning brackets, but there’s debate over what the reasons are or what’s the most contributing factor. Since while travel to get a vaccine is hardest in poor communities, the most poor states like Mississippi are very conservative, to the point where interracial relationships barely have positive support.
Multiple people have been killed and hospitalized by the virus despite being fully vaccinated
At least 79 people have died with COVID-19 in Massachusetts even though they were fully vaccinated, according to a newspaper report, as the more contagious Delta variant continues to spread. The so-called breakthrough cases — cases where fully vaccinated individuals test positive for coronavirus...www.nbcboston.com
Why are you asking me this like I’m the author who wrote the article?and how many of them contracted the virus before the 2 week period for the body to build up the immunity was up to par??
a cruise ship had to be quarantined and cancelled because crew with 2 vaccinations were on staff BEFORE the 2 weeks needed to get full protection was there. so yes they had their 2 shots but they didnt bother to wait for it to kick in and provide protection from catching the virus.
i got a hypothetical question for you, say you took some major surgery and the stitches are not even 1hr new. you run 2 full marathons right after the surgery is completed and dont give your body time to heal. when the wounds reopen, do you blame "faulty stitches" or plain old stupidity for reopening your wounds??