Saturday, October 30, 2021

One Shot, Two Shots, Three Shots, Four; A Shocking Study on Vaccine Rates and COVID-19 That You May Have Missed, and other C-Virus related stories

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One shot, two shots, three shots, four:
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention just announced new coronavirus guidelines that said some people, some people with vulnerabilities, some people with compromised immunities, may indeed, should indeed, may very well mightily should indeed get — get this — a fourth shot.
Oh, “Saturday Night Live,” where are you? This is made for comedy stuff, folks. It’s fodder just spilling for the funny-man taking.
First came the “two weeks to flatten the curve” argument, the one that turned into, “oh, oops, we meant two years.” Put that on your “Animal Farm” barn side and deal with it.
Then came the “if one face mask is good, two face masks are better” lines of science, leading to the mildly plausible conclusion that, well then, that must mean 20 face masks are even better-er. It’s science, dontcha know.
Then came U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams and his videotaped instructional on how to fabricate a face mask out of a piece of old cloth. Or T-shirt. Or bandana. Or even, in extreme circumstances, roll of toilet paper. Voila; a little duckie tape and God’s immune system is complete. It is finished, as they say. More of dat dere science. --->READ MORE HERE
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A Shocking Study on Vaccine Rates and COVID-19 That You May Have Missed:
I’ve had an earworm or two lately. Since coming across this study, I keep hearing 4 Non Blondes in my head:
“I cry sometimes when I’m lying in bed just to get it all out, what’s in my head. And I am feeling a little peculiar.

So I wake in the morning, and I step outside, and I take a deep breath, and I get real high.

And I scream from the top of my lungs, WHAT’S GOING ON?!”
You may be asking the same question after understanding the results of a large study about vaccines and rates of COVID-19. S.V. Subramanian Ph.D., a professor in population health and geography at Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health, authored the study. His profile lists over 600 original journal articles that have been cited by other researchers thousands of times. Subramanian’s work focuses on population-level public health statistics and epidemiology curves of several diseases.
This study was published in the European Journal of Epidemiology on September 30, 2021, roughly three weeks after President Biden announced his vaccine mandate to distract from his flaming failure in Afghanistan. In the introduction, Subramanian noted: --->READ MORE HERE
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