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Discussion in 'West Mall' started by Clean, Jan 28, 2020.
Except that’s one dose. It’s misleading.
No it’s not in terms of vaccine hesitancy, which is the issue. Also, many doctors recommend one shot if you had Covid. Also, many doctors recommend one shot for boys under 18. Apparently you trust government grifters over doctors. Nice!
US approaching 76% with one dose. That is 251m folks, which is equivalent to the number of folks 18+ in age. Thus, assuming all vaxxed folks are 18+, we are at 100% partially or fully vaxxed. Unfortunately our government is wasting resources vaxxing folks under 18 when we could aspire to 100% coverage of folks 18+ instead.
This is for the “but the hospitals” crowd:
People were censored for saying that natural immunity was better. lol
So a hospital in California is so overwhelmed with Wuhan patients, people are being treated in the halls, and cubicals.
Missing section - personal blame on the governor, as the governor is a Democrat.
Remember this handy guide for media stories:
All cases, hospitalizations, and deaths from the Wuhan are the personal responsibility of a Republican governor, who doesn't care how many die.
All cases, hospitalizations, and deaths from the Wuhan, in Democrat runs states, are a natural emergency that the governor is handling with steady courage and steely leadership.
It’s all the MAGA supporters not vaxxed.
Ain't that the truth. Saw CNN's headline this weekend "Voters in SOUR MOOD over Biden". As though we are a bunch of teenagers with a tummy ache and will eventually see the wisdom of Dem policies.
If this had been a GOP the headline would have been "Stunning rebuke by Majority of Americans for POTUS failing policies"
It's like when the turd Peter Jennings pissed his pants in anger election night in 94, claiming the American voter had a temper tantrum, as if we hadn't just decided Clinton was running the country into the ground in a manner totally opposite his alleged moderate Southern Democrat theme from the 92 election.
From Fox News.
A man seeking a kidney that could save his life is claiming that he has been denied a place on the active transplant list because of his COVID-19 vaccination status.
Shamgar Connors, 42, is a husband and father of two. He and his wife, a nurse, decided against taking the COVID-19 vaccine after the entire family suffered through the disease last year. However, a doctor at University of Virginia (UVA) Hospital allegedly told him that despite his prior COVID-19 infection, his unvaccinated status will not allow him an "active" spot on the list for a life-saving kidney transplant.
Updated the story, sad. This is why I don’t trust them.
Verifiable facts in that vid are freakin scary.
How can people in the CDC, other pols and media continue ignoring?
Because no one holds them accountable? Why should they change what they are doing? In their elitist bubbles, they are righteous above us peons and know what is best for us.
It's all about the Benjamins.
True, also Remdesivir is linked to renal failure. My step mother died of renal failure after getting Remdesivir in the Hospital last May. That was after both arms were so clotted up, they could not get a blood sample.
VAERS reporting is estimated to be only 1% to 10% reported!
Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine have enough data showing they greatly help with COVID. With an actual health care market, suppliers would have already ramped up production of both and consumers would have it readily available. Then the US could catch up to sub-Saharan Africa in that regard.
Nothing but theater.
Looks Photoshopped, right? Skip to nearly the end here.
Compare the data of hydroxychloroquine/ivermectin to the mRNA vaccines statistically.
You should be worried that the Governor of the great State of Oklahoma is looking to unload $2,000,000 worth of hydroxychloriquine. What do Okies know?
Interesting point. Can you provide that data?
Not really a surprise Bubba considering Drs have a legit fear in prescribing Hydroxychloroquine.
My wife takes it daily. I laughed audibly when she said “dr _____ told me to read up this new drug, have you heard of it?”
Also, I’ve not seen any studies showing any significant success of these meds. I know garmel posted some links a few hundred pages ago. I don’t think those hold up, but I’m not a doctor.
I'm willing to bet studies that involve Mt. Sinai are legit. Just saying.
I have allergy symptoms yesterday and today. Very mild. I am taking Claritin and zinc.
I am doing my part.
We can do this!