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"Herd immunity" was the euphemism that those who view the vulnerable as untermensch used to say "lets just let the virus do its' thing".You would know as you used this euphemism many times.Also, where you at pussy?
no, moron. Herd immunity is why there's no smallpox. Because of - say it with me - vaccines that prevent transmission of the virus. I'm right here, laughing at your retarded ass as always.
Now you're talking about the technical term for it, not the euphemistic one you were going on about for the past year.
Um. Since the shots don't prevent the spread, recovery from the virus is the ONLY way to get to herd immunity at this point.
The vaccine can't make you immune from COVID (no vaccine for any disease can) but we do know that it's better at preventing you from getting COVID than a previous infection:www.cdc.gov/.../s0806-vaccination-protection.htmlAnd unlike the "herd immunity", it doesn't give the virus ample opportunities to mutate into new variants that vaccines/previous exposure are even less effective at preventing.
Um. No it isn't. https://archive.ph/BOe6dAnd no, it isn't better than natural immunity. More BS from you.
That study didn't compare vaccination to natural immunity and it didn't include co-founding variables like people being more willing to socialize once vaccinated or that people in counties with conditions more conducive to the spread of the virus (like high population densities: www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/70/wr/mm7020e3.htm) would be more inclined to get vaccinated.
The stupid study you posted was in one state for over one month. So STFU. You even have scientists from Pfizer admitting natural immunity is better.So you're going to have to hope something else saves your vaccinated ass.
Yeah, because it was actually comparing vaccinated to unvaccinated individuals and those with and without previous exposure.
In a tiny sample size over a short period of time. But I forgot, it's SciENcE.
Yeah, and in any scientific study there is a question. The question in the CDC study was how does vaccination compare to natural immunity. The question in the link you posted was how does the spread of the virus correlate to vaccination rates. If a study showed that there was no correlation between COVID infection during previous waves and the rate of infection in the delta wave I wouldn't use that to claim that vaccination is more effective than previous exposure; your argument is a complete non-sequitur.
Yup and the overwhelming evidence is that natural immunity is 13x more effective than these shots. So again, you stating that 'herd immunity' is the worst tactic is you admitting you know the shots are shitty, leaky treatments that do not prevent transmission. You can spin and gaslight and make up new definitions to terms all you want, but everyone knows the truth.
Oh boy, more lying by omission on your part.www.factcheck.org/.../
over 15 studies confirm, dipshit. And this is from the lefty wapowww.washingtonpost.com/.../
I couldn't open that link but did it say that 15 studies showed that natural immunity was effective or that it was more effective than vaccination (in case you're trying to spin the narrative)?
I noticed you morons even stopped with the lie of "ItS FDa ApRROveD!" why is that?
www.fda.gov/.../fda-approves-first-covid-19-vaccineAlso, what did that article say?
Try getting the Comirnaty vaccine and get back to me.
We'll see if moderna gets approved first. But in case you're going to go on about how I'm willing to do what the government tells me, the vaccine mandate isn't about the government telling people what to do, it's the people telling the government what to do.www.foxnews.com/.../fox-news-poll-majorities-favor-mask-vaccine-mandates-as-pandemic-worries-increase
Only a moron would make the statement "the vaccine mandate isn't about the government telling people what to do, it's the people telling the government what to do." and think anyone with any sense believes that or understands that's what a vaccine mandate is. Your ability to think you're making an intelligent point but coming across as a complete knob is astounding. And you actually thought somone reads a headline that says "mask mandate" and concludes that applies to "vaccine mandate". I'd love to listen to you talk to your bosses "you see, me actually being incapable of doing my work is the result of me doing all of my work".
"Only a moron would make the statement "the vaccine mandate isn't about the government telling people what to do, it's the people telling the government what to do." "That's only true if you live in an authoritarian hellscape. Part of living in a free country is that people have a say in how things are done; you know why we had a revolution and only 33 years after, the first vaccine mandate in history was passed in the US.
Um, fucktard, if you want people to have a say, then any mandates should come from a legislative branch. You want dictators to implement their unscientific will and then bullshit that’s a free society. I really think you are dumber than a rock. No part of your smooth brain comes up with actual thoughts.
The representatives in our legislative and executive branch are (in spite of efforts by the right to sabotage the system) are elected into their positions.
Yup, so any mandates should go through the legislature, and should be left to the states, not the federal moron in charge. But thank you for wearing your mask. It identifies you as someone I should stay away from.
The representatives of the Federal government is elected by its' constituency just as the State Governments are and if the politics of one state are so incompatible with another, then they shouldn't be in the same country in the first place. But they are with regular interstate commerce and if one state acts irresponsibly and the other right next to it acts responsibly by imposing mask and vaccine mandates (the study you showed looked at the county level), then the one who acted responsibly is going to pay for the others mistake. Why because (basic epidemiology here) PATHOGENS spread. That's why in a crisis such as a pandemic where any response has to be first and foremost a collective one, more power should be shifted from the state to the federal government.
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