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hammies

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This comes from a professor of medicine at the University of Colorado named Nick Brandenhoff. IDK where he got his data but it looks legit.
 

Ifallalot

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Would you say, based on the data, that it's more dangerous to be 80+ and fully vaccinated or 50-64 and unvaccinated?
Would you say, based on the data, that it's more dangerous to be 65-79 and fully vaccinated or 30-49 and unvaccinated?
I'd say regardless of vaccination status its more dangerous to leave your house than worry about something that's killing less than 100 per 100,000 among people who are older than the average life expectancy

I'd also say there's virtually no reason for anyone under 50 to get a vaccine
 
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I'd say regardless of vaccination status its more dangerous to leave your house than worry about something that's killing less than 100 per 100,000 among people who are older than the average life expectancy

I'd also say there's virtually no reason for anyone under 50 to get a vaccine
I think people in the 30-49 cohort might consider the vaccine so they have better odds of surviving a potential Covid infection than fully vaccinated 65-79 year olds. Based on the unspun data. From Dr. "Lets go" Brandenhoff.
 

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I think people in the 30-49 cohort might consider the vaccine so they have better odds of surviving a potential Covid infection than fully vaccinated 65-79 year olds. Based on the unspun data. From Dr. "Lets go" Brandenhoff.
You're talking about less than 10 per 100,000 :roflmao:

Driving is more dangerous

 

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You're talking about less than 10 per 100,000 :roflmao:

Driving is more dangerous

Yeah but I still wear my seatbelt and use my signal lights.

You'll also note DC and Massachusetts did the best and Wyoming and South Carolina did the worst - no surprises there.

Kind of like it's no surprise the vaccine reduces one's chances of dying of Covid!
 

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Yeah how are 3.2 million people riding asses to elbows again on the subway, and we haven’t even seen a blip of a spike? sure, people are still catching it, but they arent even bothering to go to the doctor any more, they do the home test, and yup, damn, it’s COVID.stay home 2 weeks and go back to life
 

Ifallalot

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Yeah but I still wear my seatbelt and use my signal lights.

You'll also note DC and Massachusetts did the best and Wyoming and South Carolina did the worst - no surprises there.

Kind of like it's no surprise the vaccine reduces one's chances of dying of Covid!
No one's denying that

However we're talking about chances that were already minuscule

Why is this so hard for you to understand?
 

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I think people in the 30-49 cohort might consider the vaccine so they have better odds of surviving a potential Covid infection than fully vaccinated 65-79 year olds. Based on the unspun data. From Dr. "Lets go" Brandenhoff.
I'm pretty certain that I could weather the respiratory distress, but the potential loss of taste and smell is not something I want to risk :drowning:
 

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making broad statements using absolutes is super fun!

all people who have associated with the proud boy organization are incel dupes

see....that's fun!
They run along the same Dopey characters within their respective culture as ISIS does with Muslims.
 
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You're talking about less than 10 per 100,000 :roflmao:

Driving is an order of magnitude less dangerous

FIFY
According to the stats you posted, 33,000 Americans died on the roads in 2019. So far in 2021, 382,000 Americans died of Covid.
 
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