Covid 19 and Vaccine ignorance

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BECAUSE IT'S NOT ABOUT YOU IT'S ABOUT PROTECTING EVERYONE ELSE
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Typical libtard tantrum
 

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This virus is real and it’s bad for some. It is man made, or altered at any rate, and CCP are going to “get away” with it with the help of the WHO and the CDC. The masks are not going away for a looooong time. They can’t put the toothpaste back in the tube at this point, and will continue to throw all kinds of loony things out there to keep everyone at odds, off balance. Being healthy and living healthy is still the best way to combat diseases, most often at least IMO. Yes, there are healthy people that have gotten real sick or died from Covid, but they are the extreme rarity. If the amount of time, effort and money was put towards living and eating healthy as there has been given to Covid, this virus wouldn’t be a blip.
 

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So come out and tell us, have you taken the shot? If not, why not? IMO the two sides are exactly the same, as both sides have about the same chance of getting the CCP virus, both can infect others, and both can have complications from the virus, or in one's case, the shot.


You speak as though those are the only two choices, how about the ones that will never be bothered by the CCP Virus at all?, you know, natural immunity. I tell you what, you can hold me liable when they hold these shot manufacturers and the Feds accountable for the side affects and for admitting CCP Virus positive patients into the nursing homes...Yea, I'll just carry on until that happens.
Absolutely. Wife and I had COVID in October 2020. By March, I no longer had detectable antibodies.

Wife and I both got vaccinated in March 2021. I got Moderna, Wife got Pfizer. Both felt meh for a day, then normal.

Did another antibody screen in May and levels were very high. We've had no issues, and in fact, some of the weird skin related eczema I got after COVID cleared up after the vaccine.



To your comment "both can have complications from the virus" - while this is true - evidence from the National, State and County level is showing that while we ARE having breakthrough cases, well over 90% of hospitalizations and deaths right now are unvaccinated.

It's really about as clear as it can be, and for anyone to argue differently is, respectfully, and argument made out of ignorance.
 

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What about the flu? You going to start holding everyone with the flu responsible for not staying at home? This goes for every other deadly illness out there. I know, why dont we all stay at home and never venture into public again. That would probably satisfy the socialist leftist.
Why dont we all just bow down to the gov't and kiss there azz like good followers and never ask questions or STAND up for our freedom again. This is not about our health or safety and never was intended to be. This is about power and control!!!!!
YOUR OBEDIENCE IS PROLONGING THIS NIGHTMARE!!!!!!
I can't figure out why so many want to use the flu as a strawman to detract from the Sars cov-2 virus. The 2 are viruses and spread by respiratory droplets, but that's the only similarities. Denying the significance and impact of covid disease only prolongs the public health impacts. But I get it... I see people all the time that stick their head in the sand, dont go to the doctor for preventative care because the doctor 'might find something', then come to the doctor months later because of symptoms only to find out they have inoperable cancer that could have been easily treated and cured had they come in months earlier. Denial helps people sleep better at night... until it doesnt.
 

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My wife is 40+ yr nurse & daughter is a research nurse who has been involved in Covid studies since pretty much day 1. On July 7 there were 36 Covid patients in Huntsville Hospital, as of yesterday July 29 there were 139. 90% of the patients are unvaccinated.
I took the polio vaccine back in the early 60s & have the smallpox scar on my shoulder where I got that vaccine as a child. None of my kids or grandkids have had polio or smallpox. This isn't hard to understand....
PARK WEST, Fort Sanders, and Methodist Medical in the Knoxville area are “ full “ of Covid positive patients from a reliable source this past Sunday.
 

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PARK WEST, Fort Sanders, and Methodist Medical in the Knoxville area are “ full “ of Covid positive patients from a reliable source this past Sunday.
My sister is a RN at Tanova North and they had 37 yesterday, 16 of which were in ICU, 2 cases the patients had the J&J shot. she emailed me the data sheets of the greater knoxville area
 

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You know, realistically, some of the people that are shaming people for not getting the vaccine and saying how big of a danger they are to others around them...are probably doing so from a smartphone while they are going down the highway.

As far as doctors go, I personally believe most go by the motto “A patient cured is a customer lost”. They’ll run test after test as long as you’re paying and willing to keep letting them run tests.
 

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Most of the folks not wanting to take the Covid shot are not anti-vaxers. Some because of its politicization, some because they have had Covid, some because the utter hypocrisy of those pushing it, some because it’s not FDA approved, some because they don’t trust new drug types, etc etc. Lots of reasons why. Now we are hearing “previously we thought the vaccine would protect against infection.” It was said a couple months ago by Fauci and the CDC that the vaccine has shown to be at least 90% effective against the Delta variant. They lied. It wasn’t a mistake or because they didn’t have the data, they lied. Some people are even more hesitant to take the shot wondering if a year or 5 years from now they will be saying “previously we thought there were no serious side effects to the shot.” I do not in any way doubt that the shots help with the seriousness of a Covid infection, but they will not in any way stop the virus. They will not stop any future variants. They will not stop the masks or the Covidinsanity.
 

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As far as doctors go, I personally believe most go by the motto “A patient cured is a customer lost”. They’ll run test after test as long as you’re paying and willing to keep letting them run tests.

All due respect Crow, you couldn't be more wrong with this statement. Are there docs out there like that? Yes I would assume. How many? I would guarantee a very small minority of them. I know I'm dental and not medical but I can assure you I am my patients biggest cheerleader. I try to talk myself out of a job everyday by informing and educating patients on just EXACTLY how to stay out of my chair and stay in the hygienist chair.

My favorite patient visits are the ones where I get to sit down and check their teeth after a good cleaning. Seeing healthy gums and teeth makes me smile. Then we can talk about what they have been up to lately, hows the kids, etc. etc. and usually ends with "Say hey to your mom and them"

Almost all of us regardless of discipline want happy healthy patients.
 
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Absolutely. Wife and I had COVID in October 2020. By March, I no longer had detectable antibodies.

Wife and I both got vaccinated in March 2021. I got Moderna, Wife got Pfizer. Both felt meh for a day, then normal.

Did another antibody screen in May and levels were very high. We've had no issues, and in fact, some of the weird skin related eczema I got after COVID cleared up after the vaccine.



To your comment "both can have complications from the virus" - while this is true - evidence from the National, State and County level is showing that while we ARE having breakthrough cases, well over 90% of hospitalizations and deaths right now are unvaccinated.

It's really about as clear as it can be, and for anyone to argue differently is, respectfully, and argument made out of ignorance.
Tell hank aaron
Absolutely. Wife and I had COVID in October 2020. By March, I no longer had detectable antibodies.

Wife and I both got vaccinated in March 2021. I got Moderna, Wife got Pfizer. Both felt meh for a day, then normal.

Did another antibody screen in May and levels were very high. We've had no issues, and in fact, some of the weird skin related eczema I got after COVID cleared up after the vaccine.



To your comment "both can have complications from the virus" - while this is true - evidence from the National, State and County level is showing that while we ARE having breakthrough cases, well over 90% of hospitalizations and deaths right now are unvaccinated.

It's really about as clear as it can be, and for anyone to argue differently is, respectfully, and argument made out of ignorance.
tell hank Aaron how wonderful the vaccine is
 

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I can't figure out why so many want to use the flu as a strawman to detract from the Sars cov-2 virus. The 2 are viruses and spread by respiratory droplets, but that's the only similarities. Denying the significance and impact of covid disease only prolongs the public health impacts. But I get it... I see people all the time that stick their head in the sand, dont go to the doctor for preventative care because the doctor 'might find something', then come to the doctor months later because of symptoms only to find out they have inoperable cancer that could have been easily treated and cured had they come in months earlier. Denial helps people sleep better at night... until it doesnt.
Then take your head out of the sand and quit denying it and you will understand.
 

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All due respect Crow, you couldn't be more wrong with this statement. Are there docs out there like that? Yes I would assume. How many? I would guarantee a very small minority of them. I know I'm dental and not medical but I can assure you I am my patients biggest cheerleader. I try to talk myself out of a job everyday by informing and educating patients on just EXACTLY how to stay out of my chair and stay in the hygienist chair.

My favorite patient visits are the ones where I get to sit down and check their teeth after a good cleaning. Seeing healthy gums and teeth makes me smile. Then we can talk about what they have been up to lately, hows the kids, etc. etc. and usually ends with "Say hey to your mom and them"

Almost all of us regardless of discipline want happy healthy patients.
This has been my experience pretty much 100% of the time. If I’ve ever had test after test ran it was cause they were trying to rule out causes of something. Now onto my dentist I hear from him every time, “ when are you going to stop putting worm dirt in your mouth” aka dip. If I had a brain it would’ve never started
 

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Heres my take- from the beginning i was anti- mask Mandate (not anti mask) and anti vaccine mandate (not anti vaccine). Im a rigid conservative but have always believed masks help to some degree and we should wear them but not be required to wear them. However, if a privately owned business wants to require a vaccine for their employees or mask for their customers, they have that right. As for the employee or customers who oppose their policies, they have the right to take their services and more importantly-consumer dollars- somewhere else to send a message. We have required vaccines for diseases for decades. Every elementary student goes throught it, college bound(MMR) and lord knows military recruits are pin cushions. The right, my side , have used this as a political weapon as much as demoncrats, by shaming mask wearers and people who choose voluntarily to take the vaccine. I see it daily and in person with my friends. I teach science, I understand the vaccine was rushed. I do. And i never want it to be required. But i see alot of anti max and now anti vaccine sentiment out there, by people who just dont want to be reminded by the new reality of covid.
Spot on
 
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