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Gene Steinberg

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I have deleted another post from Walking Short that was filled with misquotes and false information. I have had enough for now of this nonsense. This thread is closed.
 

Gene Steinberg

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Meantime, those of you who are afraid to admit vaccine mandates date back to the Revolutionary War should read this (I don't think they will):


And:

 

Gene Steinberg

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As a reference point, here's more evidence that disregarding mask/social distancing/vaccination mandates makes people sick, and some of those people will die.

Quoting three paragraphs from a Washington Post report:

"What if Florida and Texas had vaccinated their residents at the same rate as New England states did?
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The two Sun Belt states, among the hardest-hit during the delta surge, fell behind the Northeastern states, including Vermont, Connecticut and Maine, in getting shots into arms.

"About 58 and 52 percent of residents in Florida and Texas are vaccinated, respectively. If they had reached the New England states’ average of 74 percent fully vaccinated, they could have collectively prevented more than 95,000 hospitalizations and 22,000 deaths, according to an analysis in the Lancet."

The saddest part of these, frankly, foolish and dangerous objections can be illustrated in reports of people, on their deathbeds from COVID, begging nurses for vaccines. That's when it's too late of course.

 

Gene Steinberg

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An example of how the fringe media lies about someone's very innocuous statement and turns it into the fake "War on Christmas."

 

Gene Steinberg

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"About 58 and 52 percent of residents in Florida and Texas are vaccinated, respectively. If they had reached the New England states’ average of 74 percent fully vaccinated, they could have collectively prevented more than 95,000 hospitalizations and 22,000 deaths, according to an analysis in the Lancet."
Other stats are far worse in the impact to the unvaccinated:


I can't imagine why this still needs to be argued.
 
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