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  1. Anonymous says:

    you should get it because then you won’t spread it to people who want and can not get vaccinated due to medical reasons, also kids, moron…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Given all that uncertainty, it’s worrisome that humanity hasn’t done a great job of limiting the spread of SARS-CoV-2, says Eugene Koonin, a researcher at the U.S. National Center for Biotechnology Information. Some dangerous variants may only be possible if the virus hits on a very rare, winning combination of mutations, he says. It might have to replicate an astronomical number of times to get there. “But with all these millions of infected people, it may very well find that combination.”

    Indeed, Katzourakis adds, the past 20 months are a warning to never underestimate viral evolution. “Many still see Alpha and Delta as being as bad as things are ever going to get,” he says. “It would be wise to consider them as steps on a possible trajectory that may challenge our public health response further.”

    Science Mag article that just dropped a few days ago, in case anyone is interested in the actual scientific data

    https://www.sciencemag.org/news/2021/08/new-sars-cov-2-variants-have-changed-pandemic-what-will-virus-do-next

    • Anonymous says:

      thanks,
      you know back during the cold war Russia (also Czech and Israeli) gave citizens Gas masks. you would have thought with this deadly and airborne pandemic the powers that be might have wanted to mass produce masks instead of lockdowns and trillion dollar vaccines that are looking more and more ineffective. instead you have large groups of vaccinated individuals.

      I am unvaccinated but i have PPE (full face Respirator/gloves etc) the bathroom next to my front entrance is set up like a decontamination station (when everyone ran out to buy toilet paper that’s what i did) and i admit it has largely gone unused (like all those field hospitals all over the world) because of the low infection rate.

      I’d rather be cautiously unvaccinated making sure not to come into contact with viral particulates than getting the jab and deluding myself into thinking i am safe so i can do whatever “back to normal”

      • Anonymous says:

        oops

        “instead you have large groups of vaccinated individuals.” congregating unmasked (ie; Lollapalooza and every single parking lot)

      • Anonymous says:

        Im unvaccinated and have never stopped congregating in large groups…oops why haven’t I like all the other “anti-vaxxers” caught it, died or killed anyone yet?

  3. Anonymous says:

    So sick of this vaccine vs anti-vaccine bullshit.
    Delta is the prominent strain now in the USA, and now they’re talking about the delta-gamma combining to make the megazord.
    Also 3rd boosters and calling it endemic (which means its with us now for life)
    So get read for your bi-yearly vaccinations.
    So get vaxxed or don’t it doesn’t matter.

    • Anonymous says:

      they are not anti vaccine they are pro disease morons who want to be the “smartest” people in the room with there pseudoscience tinfoil hat wearing bullshit enough is enough with them either get the vaccine or gtfo

      • Anonymous says:

        Get the fuck out where? What protected me for the year when the deadliest form was among us, before the almighty vaccines rolled out? 60 some million die a year world wide, 4.5 million have died in almost two years of covid. Uk (fact) and I’m sure many other places classified covid deaths as anyone dying within 28 days of last positive test no matter the cause, out of those positive tests how many were pcr which (fact) has been public info for a long time are not accurate and can’t decipher between cov19 and influenza a and b, so much less then 4 million in two years. Why should I get this jab again?

      • Anonymous says:

        Agree

    • Anonymous says:

      Genetic variants of SARS-CoV-2 have been emerging and circulating around the world throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
      Viral mutations and variants in the United States are routinely monitored through sequence-based surveillance, laboratory studies, and epidemiological investigations.
      A US government SARS-CoV-2 Interagency Group (SIG) developed a Variant Classification scheme that defines three classes of SARS-CoV-2 variants:
      Variant of Interest
      Variant of Concern
      Variant of High Consequence
      The Alpha (B.1.1.7), Beta (B.1.351, B.1.351.2, B.1.351.3), Delta (B.1.617.2, AY.1, AY.2, AY.3), and Gamma (P.1, P.1.1, P.1.2) variants circulating in the United States are classified as variants of concern

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