By Eric Holder
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2021 Feb 2, 12:11pm
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With initial vaccine rollout in the state moving from frontline healthcare workers to 65-and-over Californians, plenty of seniors have questions about returning to some level of normalcy.Starting with: Can I finally hug my kids and grandchildren if I've been vaccinated?"The answer is no, not yet," said Dr. John Swartzberg, a UC Berkeley infectious disease doctor and professor who is 75 years old and has grandchildren himself. "Here’s the calculus I’ve been doing: If the vaccine works and is going to protect me from getting sick, it has a 95% chance of doing that. Do I want to take a 1-in-20 chance of getting COVID from one of my grandkids? No, I don’t think I really want to do that."UCSF infectious disease expert Dr. Monica Gandhi echoed the need to exercise caution and added, "After full vaccination, we are still recommending that seniors mask and distance from others to protect others, since we don’t have a full picture yet of the data and whether vaccination reduces the risk of transmitting virus, or just the risk of COVID-19 to the individual vaccinated."
This shit is getting beyond ridonkulous.
I'm convinced at this point that 90-95% of the population are absolute retards. We have people buying worthless companies to stick it to some rich guys that will come out on the other end just fine and richer than before. People are trading spreadsheets for 30k a pop. We're living idiocracy. The stupidity right now is astounding.
This has all been stupid. I'm convinced at this point that 90-95% of the population are absolute retards.
https://www.foxnews.com/us/congressman-second-covid-19-dose-tests-positive-virus So a Democrat Congressman tested positive for Covid almost two weeks after getting his second vaccine shot. Does that answer your question as to whether you can still get Covid after the vaccine? This “anecdote” was too high profile for the vaxxers to cover up.
TL:DR - It's stupid.
Everyone walking around with a face diaper outside has been brainwashed. in SF that's 90% of the population.
But since kids below age 10 don't transmit it it, it's more like 1 in 1000000.
Math has been done for a while. If you even have basic math skills, or so I thought, 99% of people should realize Covid is non-existent basically. It is mathematically and statistically nothing.
If the vaccine works and is going to protect me from getting sick, it has a 95% chance of doing that. Do I want to take a 1-in-20 chance of getting COVID from one of my grandkids?