Boosters for everyone (for ever and ever)…Mask up, bitches!

mundus

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no, not kinda like they pay for patients in hospitals. That's what insurance is for, to pay the costs when you get sick. They pay for vaccines to stop you from getting sick because that saves them tons of money.
Not to mention the monoclonal treatments that Republicans are pushing are vastly more expensive than the Vaccines profiting the same Phrama companies Team Retard has been bitching about recently.
 

PRCD

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The sh!t people put in their bodies. From McDonalds to fine peruvian flake. N dey all worried about a little mRNA??? Heefcuking larryous the level of Moronic displacement out there.

Messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines teach our cells how to make a protein that will trigger an immune response inside our bodies. Like all vaccines, mRNA vaccines benefit people who get vaccinated by giving them protection against diseases like COVID-19 without risking the potentially serious consequences of getting sick

Ribo Nucleic Acid.
Ok boomer
 
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Phi1

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The sh!t people put in their bodies. From McDonalds to fine peruvian flake. N dey all worried about a little mRNA??? Heefcuking larryous the level of Moronic displacement out there.

Messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccines teach our cells how to make a protein that will trigger an immune response inside our bodies. Like all vaccines, mRNA vaccines benefit people who get vaccinated by giving them protection against diseases like COVID-19 without risking the potentially serious consequences of getting sick

Ribo Nucleic Acid.
They just f*cked up on the messaging:

The McRibo Nucleic Acid is back but for a limited time only! Super Size that $hit for free!
 
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Sharkbiscuit

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Put me down for Jared Polis, Governor of Colorado, having a vague idea.

He called Covid done and said it's the unvaccinated people's own fault. I agree with that. The vaccine is readily available and obviously dramatically lowers your chance of serious illness. If you want it, cool. If you don't want it, cool.
 

Sharkbiscuit

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There's a difference between fucum and the vaccine is readily available, masks are readily available, it's been 21 months, and the omicron variant to date appears less lethal than Delta or OG.

There are two potential outcomes I see:

1. The State/Federal level left lets it go and it's not the decisive issue in the left losing every swing state election.
2. The State/Federal level left doesn't let it go, they lose every swing state and a bunch of places other than California, New York, Washington, Massachusetts, and DC, the right lets it go for the left.

The options appear to be counter productive vs MOAR counter productive.
 

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The third dose increases immunity, so by the fourth dose, you are protected. The restrictions can be relaxed after 80% of the population has received the fifth dose, since the sixth dose stops the virus from spreading. I am calm and believe the seventh dose will fix our problems, and we have no reason to fear the eighth dose. The clinical phase of the ninth dose demonstrates that the antibodies are stable after the tenth dose. By the eleventh dose, no new mutations will develop, so there is no need to fear the twelfth dose.
 

Autoprax

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Aren't there vaccines that take 3 jabs?

Shingles is a two jabber.

But I guess the slippery slope is more fun to play on.