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I saw this headline "Velshi: Breakthrough infections do not mean vaccines don’t work"

So they're basically saying just because you're vaccinated doesn't mean you can't get covid. Okay here's the problem. If that vaccinated person has covid, and they are next to someone who can't be vaccinated for whatever health reason, then that vaccinated person needs to quarantine and stay away from others. See because now it's going to be all these vaccinated people who could have covid at some point, so if non-vaccinated are wearing masks and doing what they should be doing... it shouldn't be any different for vaccinated, because at the end of the day, all it's doing is spreading it still.

And just because CDC said it's fine to go around no mask vaccinated, the CDC doesn't know its head from its ass. How on earth does the CDC know anything??? They have no idea, they're just throwing out what they think would work for vaccinated in my opinion.

Sorry for the rant but it's beyond insane at this point.
MarkPaul · 26-30, M
And, another thing. It's time to rip out your seat belts because people are still dying in car crashes. And, they said seat belts would save lives. But, if you can still die in a crash with a seat belt then what's the point of the back-breaking burden of having to put on a seat belt in the first place.
@MarkPaul you will read into that what you want. I'm just done since there's nothing new going on.
Night! Sweet dreams and all that good stuff. :)
Slade · 56-60, M
@MarkPaul < Obtuse idiot
MarkPaul · 26-30, M
@Slade Yeah, and people should be able to smoke in public if they want to. And, go through red lights. What's the point of freedom if you can't live free?
The mental gymnastics government bootlickers must perform each day to justify their belief in a government that cares for them and isn’t lying..
back flip. Tango . Total reversal of what’s previously said..

And I’m the conspiracy nut bag.. 🕺✂️
@TheOneyouwerewarnedabout Actually, the vaccines are so effective that [b]97% of hospitalizations[/b] in the US are among the unvaccinated, and [b]99.5% of deaths[/b] are among the unvaccinated.


Furthermore, [quote]A Public Health England analysis (in a preprint that has not yet been peer-reviewed) showed that at least two of the vaccines are effective against Delta. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was 88% effective against symptomatic disease and 96% effective against hospitalization from Delta in the studies, while Oxford-AstraZeneca (which is not an mRNA vaccine) was 60% effective against symptomatic disease and 93% effective against hospitalization. The studies tracked participants who were fully vaccinated with both recommended doses.[/quote]
Zeusdelight · 61-69, M
Well, they are scientists responding to the changing circumstances that are occurring with this disease.

If you would rather them not change their information as they learn more, you are going to be disappointed.

They are prepared to learn and adapt. They realise the world is a complex and difficult place and unless they adapt their recommendations more people will die.

It would be nice if the world and the virus were simple things, but guess what - it doesn't work that way.
People who live in the same household might not be able to self quarantine from each other.
MarineBob · 56-60, M
@Spoiledbrat but self quarantine was never heard of before this planneddemic that got out of hand
This is pretty much spot on.

Vaccination reduces symptoms and shortens the longevity the virus is in your system.

And that's how it reduces contagion...by it being shorted lived.

It doesn't stop transmission though.

You have a valid point.
@Slade it does get destroyed by T cells (i think that's what they are called ) of the immune system.

This is film of them seeking and destroying a virus. [youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8D6_xWYlLy4]
And yes, viruses are like microscopic parasites.

Parasites are living creatures that need a host to survive.
@Slade heat yes...thats why one immine response is to get a fever.
@Slade the reason they can become active after being frozen is because they aren't a complex living organism, they are very simple im design.

There are creatures that survive the frozen recesses of space , and become revived again .
curiosi · 61-69, F
They have scrubbed the vax death numbers from their website. Be very afraid of the government right now.
@curiosi Who has scrubbed from what website? Links please? Or is this now a fact-free fantasy zone??
Confined · 56-60, MVIP
mRNA is gene therapy. They are claiming vaccine. Apx 5700 deaths. Lots of people injured. I'm very Leary of this so called vaccine.
mylasttimehere · 26-30, M
I don't disagree
jeancolby · 31-35, F
Ah, who cares.

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