Perhaps read instead of arguing, the rule of thumb is one of two things...I covered both. You don't need to win the internet at the expense of your dignity.I don't know whose thumb you're using, but Delta certainly does not appear to be less virulent. It certainly is more contagious.
Okay. I can't deal with this. It is less deadly, multiple studies on this. For unvaccinated people under (split the difference across studies) 60 years of age the CFR has dropped to around 0.02. So it is substantially less deadly. I am not going to respond further on this because if you can't admit what is and just want to fight you are not worth the time.full of shit
What's the IFR for the unvaccinated never infected that get delta?? Guaranteed higher than original.
FYI - NYC & LA, the two largest school districts in the country, stopped the exemptions as there were small pockets of outbreaks amongst non-vaccinated kids. This was a big deal here with the mayor telling certain Hasidic schools that unless they started enforcing that all students receive accepted childhood vaccines, they would revoke their license to operate. I'm assuming that legit medical exemptions apply, but would think that would be such a small % as to be insignificant; I think the penalty for a MD falsely claiming someone doesn't need a shot based on a medical condition would be severe.I'm pretty sure all these companies and universities allow for medical exemptions. Sounds like you would qualify. So what is the concern? People with similar issues can submit for one.
But not trusting the government or a religious exemption are shite (FYI, Jesus didn't have shit to say about vaccines or modern medicine)
No it isn't.That's including people who have natural immunity from a previous variant or original.
Fake argument, as suspected
I can't take the vaccines. So, me...I guess. I have probably spent about $240 on tests thus far...that is with insurance.
Good luck finding a place with an appointment. It runs me $40, $20 for the test, $20 for the office visit at my provider.You must live in a strange county? PCR tests have been free around us in Colorado for many months through the counties.
I definitely paid at least $240 for the rapid tests I was doing back in 2020 though.
Are you sure you can't find free testing around you??