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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by shaolin5, Jan 20, 2020.
whenever I see Moderna or J&J mentioned
Nationwide and Cardinal Health are both June 1 I believe- it’s like 100k workers back to office in just Columbus alone. State of Ohio is targeting July 1
Just the flu tho
Not the greatest headline/summary....
please edit to show Tony with the gauntlet, you are a good guy, thanks
You can’t make scotch in Ireland or Kentucky. Scotch can only be made in Scotland.
Scotch my balls
Getting second Moderna tonight
I agree with Nate on a covid take. Shocking. It’s true though. In a lot of areas, we need to educate people to take it and we need to help people to figure out how to get it. Both are issues. I know plenty of people under 35 who’re waiting. Some “want people who need it more to get it” which isn’t necessary but at least comes from a good place. Others are just in no rush for absolutely no reason. Those I have a bigger problem with but everyone needs to be urgently getting it if eligible like they are in many states now.
anecdotal dumb hot take of the day incoming....
getting a vaccine was quicker and easier than getting a face mask last March
I don’t really like the way this is presented. Any sort of depression or anxiety included. They talked about it in the article but I doubt most read it. Some people were out of work/no pay, isolated from friends/family or scared they would die. There is also the idea that we’ve discussed that even if suicides were down some, mental health has liked gone down for many during the pandemic.
The 12.8% that had true neurological symptoms correlates better to a longer term concern IMO. That number still seems a bit high but it’s been clear for awhile that neurological symptoms and “long covid” which can have lots of different symptoms are a problem for some in recovering.
dysautonomia or dysfunction of the autonomic nervous system (think automatic things like blood pressure/temperature regulation as examples) has been reported at exponentially higher rates this year. One of the main causes for that can be a viral illness. Flu hadn’t caused it in many people. mono or other types of Epstein barr viruses are a common cause but covid now is as well. Why? No one knows. No one really understands why that part of the nervous system stops working properly. There is no fix. Some people just get better. Some go on medication to control symptoms. Treating the underlying condition (if you have one that they can find) is the only way to fix it unless it fixes on its own. For a lot with Covid caused dysautonomia, it has resolved over time or improved some. Some people are stuck in a pattern of disability though. POTS, the most common form of dysautonomia, has seen a major rise in the last year. Many younger people with long covid recoveries.
Doubtful if you got a face mask an entire year before you were able to get a vaccine
2nd shot messed me up last night. Fever dreams, fluctuating between insanely hot and incredibly cold, headaches etc. currently running on two hours of sleep and can’t take off work due to it being our busy time
That sucks, take some Tylenol if you have chills.
hopefully you’re able to power through the day and can go home and sleep after work and be fine tomorrow.
Already at home but sleeping isn’t an option because there’s way too much work
Fourth wave tho
Look up polio deaths / paralyzations in the last 5 years before the vaccine. And people lined up globally for that vaccine.
Yeah, but was polio as bad as the flu?
Looks like it was a lag as we've already surpassed that with states reporting today
It does look like cases are leveling off now while deaths continue to decline. 820 7 day average is the lowest since October 23.
There are ~7B ppl who have not been vaccinated. As long as it's circulating and reproducing, we're all at risk.
I hate these headlines. It’s insane that other journalists have to correct the issue.
Also from the article
Some of the 246 people may ultimately be excluded from the state's tally of vaccine breakthrough cases because they may have had earlier coronavirus infections and still tested positive two weeks post-immunization.
Also look at this bullshit from the article
Headlines about breakthrough cases, he worries, "will be one more arrow in the arsenal for someone trying to shoot down these vaccines and say, 'Oh, it's not effective.' But really, what health officials are saying with these 246 cases is that the vaccine is now 99.99% effective in preventing infection, and 99.999% effective in preventing death."
And then they fucking go ahead with that headline.
Today's media, man. Go ahead and start your headline with that bait, but at least mention in the headline what it actually equals. People aren't going to read the article. They're going to see that headline and be like "see, I told you so!"
At least they're getting dragged in the replies.
Headlines are typically written by the copy editors of a given story, not the author themselves. It very well may be intentional clickbait, but it's also very possible it's some green editor who was more focused on correcting grammar and stuff rather than what the story actually says. FWIW.
The 99.99% effective number is also incorrect
Pfizer 2 in my blood I AM A GOD
Update: last night, out of curiosity, wife took a look at our health care provider's website. Showed me the screen saying that she could come in any time today to get her vaccination from them. She already had an appt. that I'd made her for Friday, asked me what I thought she should do. GET IT AS SOON AS YOU CAN I say. She's worried that I'd feel bad that she didn't use the appt. that I'd found for her in the middle of the night, and I'm like WHAT DID I JUST SAY
so she's getting it right now
#Buffalo Bills come get your man
That was quite a bit of word salad.
T-minus 14 days until Josh posts a photo of himself getting the vaccine at the behest of the team.
You're not a big statistics and logic guy if you're anti vax
Looks like Western Europe is starting to get Moderna shipments
Big statistics and logic guy
Even bigger my feelings my choice guy
Josh Allen sounds like a dumb motherfucker
Sounds like he fits right in for that region
For better context, the 7-day average is 820, for anyone wondering where we are at. It’s on a nice steady decline.
Don’t be disingenuous. Variants are different than then, deaths lag way behind cases. Want to know why experts are more worried than you? The tapering at the end of the graph:
Experts have been in a constant state of worry since early 2020, so that doesn't mean a whole lot to me at this point.
Every day in the US there are 4x more vaccinations than new infections, so anyone acting like this 'wave' isn't different than the others is being disingenuous.
Finally, I don't see any point in any single person sitting at home being worried simply because experts are. Serenity prayer and all that. Any individual worried about rising cases can simply go get vaccinated. And any person who has been vaccinated has nothing to worry about.
The experts worry in early 2020 was unfounded, eh?
He probably got it weeks ago. Of course didn’t publicize it because he’s a piece of shit
As expected, there was lag. Oklahoma just released 1,700 deaths. Over 2,200 for the "day" so far
Yep, can’t look at a singular day, gotta look at 7 day averages.
The media in this country just sucks so fucking bad man
Fat as that cunt is he better get the vaccine