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Message 2084133 - Posted: 10 Sep 2021, 19:23:50 UTC
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https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/10/new-study-finds-unvaccinated-are-11-times-more-likely-to-die-from-covid-cdc-says-.html
Key Points

More than 600,000 Covid cases from April through mid-July were analyzed and linked to vaccination status.
Those who were unvaccinated were about 4.5 times more likely to contract the virus, more than 10 times more likely to be hospitalized with the virus, and 11 times more likely to die from the disease.
About 54% of the U.S. population is fully vaccinated, according to the CDC.

There is only one logical conclusion.
GET VACCINATED

The numbers have been crunched the CONTROL GROUP is no longer needed.
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Message 2084143 - Posted: 10 Sep 2021, 22:11:39 UTC - in response to Message 2084133.  
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https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/10/new-study-finds-unvaccinated-are-11-times-more-likely-to-die-from-covid-cdc-says-.html
Key Points

More than 600,000 Covid cases from April through mid-July were analyzed and linked to vaccination status.
Those who were unvaccinated were about 4.5 times more likely to contract the virus, more than 10 times more likely to be hospitalized with the virus, and 11 times more likely to die from the disease.
About 54% of the U.S. population is fully vaccinated, according to the CDC.

There is only one logical conclusion.
GET VACCINATED

The numbers have been crunched the CONTROL GROUP is no longer needed.


A high school friend of mine was in the control group. So, he had to go get the real vaccine later. P.S.: he works for NASA.
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Message 2084150 - Posted: 11 Sep 2021, 0:02:20 UTC - in response to Message 2084149.  

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Message 2084171 - Posted: 12 Sep 2021, 5:30:41 UTC

Your posts in this thread prove that this post https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=85770&postid=2084170#2084170 is economical with the truth.
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Message 2084202 - Posted: 13 Sep 2021, 0:24:26 UTC - in response to Message 2084198.  

Your posts in this thread prove that this post https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_thread.php?id=85770&postid=2084170#2084170 is economical with the truth.


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postID 2084170 is presently hidden. User ID 73943 is on a vacation.

If I remember correctly, in the hidden post the writer claimed he was a super supporter and believer in all things scientific.
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Message 2084203 - Posted: 13 Sep 2021, 0:27:48 UTC

From an alternative universe?
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Message 2084225 - Posted: 13 Sep 2021, 8:46:29 UTC

By the end of the last reporting period (even though incomplete) the world's total case tally had exceeded 25.4 million while the total number of deaths officially passed 4,643,600. :-(

After passing Jordan, Austria, Nepal and Switzerland Sri Lanka made their flying entry into the top 50 on the death list to land in 48th place, Guatemala nudged Slovakia out of 46th as Thailand leapt over Morocco and Greece to claim 43rd, Vietnam leapfrogged Greece and Sweden to take over 41st while Malaysia flew past both Bolivia and Bulgaria into 32nd, the Philippines ripped Romania from 21st and Iran removed Argentina from 12th spot so let's move onto the case list.

The Cayman Islands sailed on past the Diamond Princess into 204th place with New Caledonia lining up to sink the ship further, Saint Kitts/Nevis cruised past Tanzania into 201st while Grenada flew over Tanzania, St. Barth, the Caribbean Netherlands and Antigua/Barbuda before landing in 197th, Dominica nudged St. Vincent Grenadines out of 195th as Bermuda passed both Monaco and Liechtenstein to claim 188th, Brunei took flight over Saint Martin, New Zealand, Sint Maarten and Comoros before coming down to refuel in 183rd spot.

Barbados slipped past both Gibraltar and Liberia into 178th spot, Mauritius took flight over the C.A.R., South Sudan, Djibouti, Hong Kong and Nicaragua to make a refueling stop in 161st as Burundi jumped over the Congo and Burkina Faso into 158th, Aruba replaced Mali in 155th while Laos jumped over Taiwan and Tajikistan to take over 150th, Belize also overtook Tajikistan to move into 149th and Benin took flight over Tajikistan as well before passing over Somalia, P.N.G., Timor-Leste and the Bahamas to make a stopover in 144th place.

French Guiana passed both Cabo Verde and Malta to claim 131st place, Martinique displaced Sudan from 129th while Australia leapfrogged over Singapore and Senegal to land in 115th, Jamaica also passed Senegal to move into 114th as Cambodia replaced El Salvador in 107th, Montenegro and Ghana passed Uganda to claim 103rd & 104th spots and Albania took 95th spot from Afghanistan.

Mongolia flew past Qatar, Kenya and Armenia to land in 82nd spot, Slovenia along with Moldova passed Bahrain to claim 78th & 79th as Lithuania slipped past Oman into 75th, Ireland was removed from 67th by Palestine while Guatemala flew past Bolivia, Belarus and Ecuador to take over 52nd, Vietnam leapfrogged Saudi Arabia and Georgia to land in 49th and Greece took 47th place from Lebanon.

Cuba zipped past Austria and the U.A.E. to claim 43rd place, Serbia leapt over Jordan, Switzerland and Hungary to take over 38th while Kazakhstan took 37th from Hungary, Israel yanked Sweden out of 32nd as Malaysia flew over Iraq and the Netherlands into 21st, the Philippines kicked Peru out of 19th and Iran blew Argentina out of 8th spot.

To finish this update off the U.K. became the 5th member of the 7M+ club before knocking Russia out of 4th place and the U.S. is about to have the grand opening of its brand new 42M+ clubhouse, but will they have their 43M+ clubhouse ready in time for its grand opening?
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Message 2084234 - Posted: 13 Sep 2021, 11:19:46 UTC

Man who had heart attack turned away from 43 hospitals because they were filled with covid patients who had not been vaccinated. He finally got an ICU bed 200 miles away but died there of cardiac arrest.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/alabama-demonia-dies-covid-hospitals-b1918893.html

Therefore GET VACCINATED so that the ICU beds can be used for the normal emergency cases.
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Message 2084255 - Posted: 13 Sep 2021, 15:34:44 UTC

More than 300,000 suspected of breaking quarantine
But Conservative MP Huw Merriman, chair of the Transport Committee, said: "There was a balancing act from government... would we have had the resources to check every single person who was quarantining at home? Of course not - so we always knew those risks were in the system".
Bull!
Said it before.
No computers
No smartphones
No CCTV
Yet...
...this country was locked down for 6 years effectively.
I suppose "entitlement" takes precedence.
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Message 2084286 - Posted: 14 Sep 2021, 7:33:43 UTC

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2021/09/13/just-59-double-jabbed-people-50000-died-covid-year-says-ons/
Just 59 Covid deaths this year among people who were healthy and double-jabbed

Around 99pc of victims had not had two does, but as Telegraph's Science Editor explains, three jabs are unlikely to bring much added benefit

Only 59 fully vaccinated people without serious health conditions died from Covid-19 out of more than 50,000 deaths in England this year, new figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show.

In the first study of deaths by vaccination status, the ONS found that around 99 per cent of Covid-19 deaths between January 2 and July 2 2021 were in people who had not had two doses.

Overall 640 (1.2 per cent) of deaths were in those who had received both vaccine doses, but the ONS said many of those could have been infections picked up before the second dose.

Just 256 deaths (0.5 per cent) were considered true “breakthrough” infections where the second dose had long enough to work, but still did not offer protection.

However, the average age of those “breakthrough” infections was 84 and the majority (76 per cent) were classed as “extremely clinically vulnerable”. Just 59 did not have serious medical conditions.
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Message 2084348 - Posted: 15 Sep 2021, 2:19:16 UTC - in response to Message 2084255.  

More than 300,000 suspected of breaking quarantine
But Conservative MP Huw Merriman, chair of the Transport Committee, said: "There was a balancing act from government... would we have had the resources to check every single person who was quarantining at home? Of course not - so we always knew those risks were in the system".
Bull!
Said it before.
No computers
No smartphones
No CCTV
Yet...
...this country was locked down for 6 years effectively.
I suppose "entitlement" takes precedence.


6 years? Which country is that? NK?
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Message 2084432 - Posted: 16 Sep 2021, 13:57:40 UTC - in response to Message 2084348.  

Tut, tut Sarge, you disappoint. You ever heard of the "Greatest Generation"
Just in case you haven't:
1939-45
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Message 2084477 - Posted: 17 Sep 2021, 2:35:07 UTC - in response to Message 2084432.  

Tut, tut Sarge, you disappoint. You ever heard of the "Greatest Generation"
Just in case you haven't:
1939-45


You really think I haven't heard of the "greatest" generation?
Tut tut instead to the lack of specificity regarding "this" country", type of lockdown, for what reason, etc. ... .
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Message 2084480 - Posted: 17 Sep 2021, 3:31:16 UTC

At the end of the last reporting period the world's total case tally passed 227.8 million as deaths exceed 4,683,300. :-(

In the top 50 of the total death list Thailand booted Sweden out of 42nd spot, Vietnam kicked Paraguay out of 40th while Japan shoved Egypt from 37th, Malaysia dumped Iraq out of 31st as South Africa yanked Spain from 15th and Iran took France out of 11th now onto the total case list changes.

Well Palau has passed Samoa, the Marshall Islands and Vanuatu to move into 218th place while New Caledonia took flight sinking the Diamond Princess further before passing over the Cayman Islands earning enough frequent flyer points to enter the 1K+ club and then disposing of the Faeroe Islands, Tanzania, St. Barth, Saint Kitts/Nevis, the Caribbean Netherlands and Antigua/Barbuda to make a refueling stop in 198th as Grenada also took wing over Bhutan, St. Vincent Grenadines, the British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Turks/Caicos and Sao Tome/Principe to to become the 191st member of the 3K+ club and Bermuda jumped over Saint Martin and New Zealand into 186th spot.

Barbados jumped over Niger to become the 177th member of the 6K+ club before taking Guinea-Bissau out of 176th spot, Saint Lucia passed Gambia to become the 170th country to enter the 10K+ clubhouse as Iceland replaced the C.A.R. in 166th, Mauritius leapt past Congo and Burkina Faso to claim 159th while Aruba reclaimed 154th back from Andorra, Somalia took 147th from P.N.G., Benin took flight becoming the 144th member of the 20K+ club then passing over Mayotte, the Seychelles and Haiti to land in 141st and Syria became the 137th country to enter the 30K+ clubhouse before taking 136th place from Guinea.

Suriname replaced Mauritania in 134th place, French Guiana displaced Sudan from 130th while Singapore removed Senegal from 116th, Australia jumped over Luxembourg and Jamaica to reclaim 113th as Cambodia became the 107th member of the 100K+ club, Montenegro knocked Ghana out of 103rd and Zimbabwe took 101st spot from Namibia.

Kyrgyzstan was knocked out of 91st spot by Norway, Nigeria became the 89th country to enter the 200K+ clubhouse as South Korea jumped over Bahrain and Moldova into 79th, Honduras leapfrogged Denmark and the Dominican Republic to claim 69th while Croatia replaced Uruguay in 65th, Azerbaijan leapt over Paraguay and Panama into 59th and Costa Rica along with Sri Lanka both passed Bolivia to move into 55th & 56th places respectively.

Belarus displaced Ecuador from 53rd place, Vietnam flew past both Lebanon and Greece into 47th while Switzerland replaced Hungary in 39th, Pakistan removed Belgium from 30th as Japan kicked Chile out of 25th, Malaysia became the 21st member of the 2M+ club and Brazil became the 3rd country to enter the 21M+ clubhouse after 4 months of being empty.

Well that's it for this update, but there will be more to come.
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Message 2084670 - Posted: 20 Sep 2021, 13:23:02 UTC
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No excuses now for not fully cleaning out the pandemic:


Pfizer/BioNTech jab safe for children aged five to 11
wrote:
The Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine is "safe, well tolerated" and produces a "robust" antibody immune response in children aged five to 11, according to the findings of a US trial.

The researchers plan to submit the results to regulators to seek approval for vaccinating children younger than 12, the current age limit.

More than 2,000 children took part and were given two small doses of vaccine.

Results in children under five are expected soon...

... Although Covid is rarely severe in children, they can still catch and spread it and some will get very sick.

The UK has this week begun offering one dose of the Pfizer vaccine to children in secondary schools...



Stay safe folks!
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Message 2084681 - Posted: 20 Sep 2021, 16:56:29 UTC - in response to Message 2084670.  

Heard yesterday at the pub, "I'm not putting that swill in my body!"
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Message 2084694 - Posted: 21 Sep 2021, 1:04:39 UTC - in response to Message 2084681.  

Heard yesterday at the pub, "I'm not putting that swill in my body!"


Ain't been to a pub since the first week of March 2020. Not even much in the 3 months before that. NYE celebration seemed haunted. Not that I'm psychic. Or ... am I? No. No, I am not.
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