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Postby st7 » October 23rd, 2021, 5:26 pm

hover11 wrote:4000 ppl in home quarantine as if they really gonna stay home lolFB_IMG_1635022056776.jpg


4000 Ppl iN HOME QUaRanTiNe As If theY REALLY gONNA STaY HoMe lol


well why dont you do something about it besides frothing from yuh dumb mc :lol: :lol:

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Postby hover11 » October 23rd, 2021, 5:27 pm

st7 wrote:
hover11 wrote:4000 ppl in home quarantine as if they really gonna stay home lolFB_IMG_1635022056776.jpg


4000 Ppl iN HOME QUaRanTiNe As If theY REALLY gONNA STaY HoMe lol


well why dont you do something about it besides frothing from yuh dumb mc
Lockdown coming soon....wait for it

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Postby st7 » October 23rd, 2021, 5:31 pm

ok and? what are u going to do about it besides froth and complain?

oh that's right.... try to get attn on a forum

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Postby hover11 » October 23rd, 2021, 5:40 pm

st7 wrote:
hover11 wrote:4000 ppl in home quarantine as if they really gonna stay home lolFB_IMG_1635022056776.jpg


4000 Ppl iN HOME QUaRanTiNe As If theY REALLY gONNA STaY HoMe lol


well why dont you do something about it besides frothing from yuh dumb mc
That's above my pay grade sir

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Postby eitech » October 23rd, 2021, 6:41 pm

So 98% of ppl presenting severely ill are NOT FULLY VACCINATED. Shouldn’t that be broken down into those who have not received any vaccination and those who have had at least one shot of a two shot regime? They always break it down like that in the moh daily report in terms of who is vaccinated(1 of 2 shot) and they count that towards vaccination.
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Postby paid_influencer » October 23rd, 2021, 6:44 pm

how come the local news hasn't reported much on the Montego Bay kills? just saw Andy Johnson take a report and wdmc. 400 church members, dressed in white, gathered together to ritually slaughter the vaccinated. maybe this was posted before, but wdmc bai.

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Postby hover11 » October 23rd, 2021, 7:01 pm

paid_influencer wrote:how come the local news hasn't reported much on the Montego Bay kills? just saw Andy Johnson take a report and wdmc. 400 church members, dressed in white, gathered together to ritually slaughter the vaccinated. maybe this was posted before, but wdmc bai.
That's what that was about I thought it was some satanic cult I didn't know it was concerning vaccinations

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Postby st7 » October 23rd, 2021, 9:35 pm

hover11 wrote:
st7 wrote:
hover11 wrote:4000 ppl in home quarantine as if they really gonna stay home lolFB_IMG_1635022056776.jpg


4000 Ppl iN HOME QUaRanTiNe As If theY REALLY gONNA STaY HoMe lol


well why dont you do something about it besides frothing from yuh dumb mc
That's above my pay grade sir


ent you making more money than all ah we? keep frothing johnnie hover

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Postby st7 » October 23rd, 2021, 9:36 pm

paid_influencer wrote:how come the local news hasn't reported much on the Montego Bay kills? just saw Andy Johnson take a report and wdmc. 400 church members, dressed in white, gathered together to ritually slaughter the vaccinated. maybe this was posted before, but wdmc bai.


wtf that's messed up. antivaxxers for you :/

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Postby sMASH » October 24th, 2021, 2:24 am

Needed an antivax pass to stay in this world

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Postby daring dragoon » October 24th, 2021, 4:35 am

if they give the people a food card after they get the vaccine people go take it faster

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Postby adnj » October 24th, 2021, 6:19 am

Unvaccinated people will likely catch COVID every 16 months on average, study finds

Since COVID-19 hasn’t existed for enough time to perform a longterm study, researchers led by Jeffrey Townsend, Yale professor of biostatistics, examined reinfection in a close viral relative to replicate the immune system’s response, according to the Yale Daily News.

“The overall goal of the study was to provide an answer to a question that at this point in the pandemic would be impossible to answer empirically, which is how long after you’ve been infected by SARS-CoV-2 can you expect to possess immunity against the virus before you become vulnerable to reinfection?” co-author Hayley Hassler, a research associated at the Yale School of Public Health, told the paper.

The findings contradict the notion that recovering from COVID-19 will guarantee a lifetime of protection from the virus.

https://whnt.com/news/unvaccinated-peop ... udy-finds/

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Postby aaron17 » October 24th, 2021, 6:53 am

paid_influencer wrote:how come the local news hasn't reported much on the Montego Bay kills? just saw Andy Johnson take a report and wdmc. 400 church members, dressed in white, gathered together to ritually slaughter the vaccinated. maybe this was posted before, but wdmc bai.
Any link or proof that is based on vaccines?

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Postby adnj » October 24th, 2021, 7:14 am

Vaccinated people infected with the delta variant are 63% less likely to infect people who are unvaccinated.

How much less likely are you to spread covid-19 if you're vaccinated?

23 October 2021

People who are fully vaccinated against covid-19 are far less likely to infect others, despite the arrival of the delta variant, several studies show. The findings refute the idea, which has become common in some circles, that vaccines no longer do much to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

“They absolutely do reduce transmission,” says Christopher Byron Brooke at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “Vaccinated people do transmit the virus in some cases, but the data are super crystal-clear that the risk of transmission for a vaccinated individual is much, much lower than for an unvaccinated individual.”

A recent study found that vaccinated people infected with the delta variant are 63 per cent less likely to infect people who are unvaccinated.

This is only slightly lower than with the alpha variant, says Brechje de Gier at the Center for Epidemiology and Surveillance of Infectious Diseases in the Netherlands, who led the study. Her team had previously found that vaccinated people infected with alpha were 73 per cent less likely to infect unvaccinated people.

What is important to realise, de Gier says, is that the full effect of vaccines on reducing transmission is even higher than 63 per cent, because most vaccinated people don’t become infected in the first place.

https://www.newscientist.com/article/22 ... accinated/

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Postby hover11 » October 24th, 2021, 7:18 am

adnj wrote:Vaccinated people infected with the delta variant are 63% less likely to infect people who are unvaccinated.

How much less likely are you to spread covid-19 if you're vaccinated?

23 October 2021

People who are fully vaccinated against covid-19 are far less likely to infect others, despite the arrival of the delta variant, several studies show. The findings refute the idea, which has become common in some circles, that vaccines no longer do much to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

“They absolutely do reduce transmission,” says Christopher Byron Brooke at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “Vaccinated people do transmit the virus in some cases, but the data are super crystal-clear that the risk of transmission for a vaccinated individual is much, much lower than for an unvaccinated individual.”

A recent study found that vaccinated people infected with the delta variant are 63 per cent less likely to infect people who are unvaccinated.

This is only slightly lower than with the alpha variant, says Brechje de Gier at the Center for Epidemiology and Surveillance of Infectious Diseases in the Netherlands, who led the study. Her team had previously found that vaccinated people infected with alpha were 73 per cent less likely to infect unvaccinated people.

What is important to realise, de Gier says, is that the full effect of vaccines on reducing transmission is even higher than 63 per cent, because most vaccinated people don’t become infected in the first place.

https://www.newscientist.com/article/22 ... accinated/
Right so just remember to take your vaccine every 6 months to maintain that 65 percent, however also highlight that overtime when immunity wanes that percentage will drop ofc probably after the 3 month mark

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Postby hover11 » October 24th, 2021, 7:19 am

adnj wrote:Unvaccinated people will likely catch COVID every 16 months on average, study finds

Since COVID-19 hasn’t existed for enough time to perform a longterm study, researchers led by Jeffrey Townsend, Yale professor of biostatistics, examined reinfection in a close viral relative to replicate the immune system’s response, according to the Yale Daily News.

“The overall goal of the study was to provide an answer to a question that at this point in the pandemic would be impossible to answer empirically, which is how long after you’ve been infected by SARS-CoV-2 can you expect to possess immunity against the virus before you become vulnerable to reinfection?” co-author Hayley Hassler, a research associated at the Yale School of Public Health, told the paper.

The findings contradict the notion that recovering from COVID-19 will guarantee a lifetime of protection from the virus.

https://whnt.com/news/unvaccinated-peop ... udy-finds/
Strange since this pandemic began I never had covid and I just follow the protocols and it's been over 16 months

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Postby eitech » October 24th, 2021, 7:25 am

hover11 wrote:
adnj wrote:Unvaccinated people will likely catch COVID every 16 months on average, study finds

Since COVID-19 hasn’t existed for enough time to perform a longterm study, researchers led by Jeffrey Townsend, Yale professor of biostatistics, examined reinfection in a close viral relative to replicate the immune system’s response, according to the Yale Daily News.

“The overall goal of the study was to provide an answer to a question that at this point in the pandemic would be impossible to answer empirically, which is how long after you’ve been infected by SARS-CoV-2 can you expect to possess immunity against the virus before you become vulnerable to reinfection?” co-author Hayley Hassler, a research associated at the Yale School of Public Health, told the paper.

The findings contradict the notion that recovering from COVID-19 will guarantee a lifetime of protection from the virus.

https://whnt.com/news/unvaccinated-peop ... udy-finds/
Strange since this pandemic began I never had covid and I just follow the protocols and it's been over 16 months


Ok so vaccination does NOT stop transmission. Whats new?
What i want to know is what percent of the 98% people not FULLY VACCINATED presenting to health facilities is NOT VACCINATED OR PARTIALLY VACCINATED?
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Postby Gem_in_i » October 24th, 2021, 7:27 am

aaron17 wrote:
paid_influencer wrote:how come the local news hasn't reported much on the Montego Bay kills? just saw Andy Johnson take a report and wdmc. 400 church members, dressed in white, gathered together to ritually slaughter the vaccinated. maybe this was posted before, but wdmc bai.
Any link or proof that is based on vaccines?

Don't think it was vaccine related. More like ritual cult killing, that probably happened before

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Postby hover11 » October 24th, 2021, 7:36 am

adnj wrote:Vaccinated people infected with the delta variant are 63% less likely to infect people who are unvaccinated.

How much less likely are you to spread covid-19 if you're vaccinated?

23 October 2021

People who are fully vaccinated against covid-19 are far less likely to infect others, despite the arrival of the delta variant, several studies show. The findings refute the idea, which has become common in some circles, that vaccines no longer do much to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

“They absolutely do reduce transmission,” says Christopher Byron Brooke at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “Vaccinated people do transmit the virus in some cases, but the data are super crystal-clear that the risk of transmission for a vaccinated individual is much, much lower than for an unvaccinated individual.”

A recent study found that vaccinated people infected with the delta variant are 63 per cent less likely to infect people who are unvaccinated.

This is only slightly lower than with the alpha variant, says Brechje de Gier at the Center for Epidemiology and Surveillance of Infectious Diseases in the Netherlands, who led the study. Her team had previously found that vaccinated people infected with alpha were 73 per cent less likely to infect unvaccinated people.

What is important to realise, de Gier says, is that the full effect of vaccines on reducing transmission is even higher than 63 per cent, because most vaccinated people don’t become infected in the first place.

https://www.newscientist.com/article/22 ... accinated/
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Postby gastly369 » October 24th, 2021, 8:17 am

Remember I said have a anitvax friend who was telling me "in 3 years allyuh vax go dead" and "microchip for government" and "ik I healthy I eh want them poison in me"

Guess where he at now...
The bad ting is since covid my funeral cloths doh fit me right again...

Rip to a childhood friend but the pandemic really changed you...

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Postby Kenjo » October 24th, 2021, 8:26 am

gastly369 wrote:Remember I said have a anitvax friend who was telling me "in 3 years allyuh vax go dead" and "microchip for government" and "ik I healthy I eh want them poison in me"

Guess where he at now...
The bad ting is since covid my funeral cloths doh fit me right again...

Rip to a childhood friend but the pandemic really changed you...

He dead dead or intubated ? It’s only a small percentage of people actually die so he should be alright

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Postby gastly369 » October 24th, 2021, 8:31 am

Kenjo wrote:
gastly369 wrote:Remember I said have a anitvax friend who was telling me "in 3 years allyuh vax go dead" and "microchip for government" and "ik I healthy I eh want them poison in me"

Guess where he at now...
The bad ting is since covid my funeral cloths doh fit me right again...

Rip to a childhood friend but the pandemic really changed you...

He dead dead or intubated ? It’s only a small percentage of people actually die so he should be alright
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Postby PariaMan » October 24th, 2021, 8:39 am

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Kenjo wrote:
gastly369 wrote:Remember I said have a anitvax friend who was telling me "in 3 years allyuh vax go dead" and "microchip for government" and "ik I healthy I eh want them poison in me"

Guess where he at now...
The bad ting is since covid my funeral cloths doh fit me right again...

Rip to a childhood friend but the pandemic really changed you...

He dead dead or intubated ? It’s only a small percentage of people actually die so he should be alright
Died Friday
May he rest in peace

When you add in age and vaccination status and very common NCD's the odds really not as good as evident in countries at the peak of the unvaccinated part of the pandemic

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Postby sMASH » October 24th, 2021, 8:47 am

https://web.archive.org/web/20211006232 ... -dose.html


Article long, but crazy figure. This article was cited to push vaccinating children.

New York times wrote:
Nearly 900,000 children have been hospitalized with Covid-19 since the pandemic began, and about 520 have died. 


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Postby sMASH » October 24th, 2021, 8:49 am

hover11 wrote:
adnj wrote:Vaccinated people infected with the delta variant are 63% less likely to infect people who are unvaccinated.

How much less likely are you to spread covid-19 if you're vaccinated?

23 October 2021

People who are fully vaccinated against covid-19 are far less likely to infect others, despite the arrival of the delta variant, several studies show. The findings refute the idea, which has become common in some circles, that vaccines no longer do much to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

“They absolutely do reduce transmission,” says Christopher Byron Brooke at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. “Vaccinated people do transmit the virus in some cases, but the data are super crystal-clear that the risk of transmission for a vaccinated individual is much, much lower than for an unvaccinated individual.”

A recent study found that vaccinated people infected with the delta variant are 63 per cent less likely to infect people who are unvaccinated.

This is only slightly lower than with the alpha variant, says Brechje de Gier at the Center for Epidemiology and Surveillance of Infectious Diseases in the Netherlands, who led the study. Her team had previously found that vaccinated people infected with alpha were 73 per cent less likely to infect unvaccinated people.

What is important to realise, de Gier says, is that the full effect of vaccines on reducing transmission is even higher than 63 per cent, because most vaccinated people don’t become infected in the first place.

https://www.newscientist.com/article/22 ... accinated/
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Postby adnj » October 24th, 2021, 9:14 am

Oct 22, 2021

CDC director: U.S. may change definition of "fully vaccinated" as boosters roll out

Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Friday the U.S. "may need to update" its definition for what it means to have full vaccination against COVID.

The big picture: The CDC and the FDA have officially approved boosters with every authorized vaccine in the U.S. for people who meet specific requirements. Walensky explained that since not everyone is eligible for a booster, the definition has not been changed "yet."

Currently, the CDC's definition is the following: "Fully vaccinated persons are those who are ≥14 days post-completion of the primary series of an FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine."

What they're saying: "We have not yet changed the definition of 'fully vaccinated.' We will continue to look at this. We may need to update our definition of 'fully vaccinated' in the future," Walensky said during a press briefing.

She also encouraged those eligible to get boosters: "If you're eligible for a booster, go ahead and get your booster," she said.

https://www.axios.com/cdc-fully-covid-v ... 9a573.html

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Postby hover11 » October 24th, 2021, 9:26 am

adnj wrote:Oct 22, 2021

CDC director: U.S. may change definition of "fully vaccinated" as boosters roll out

Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said Friday the U.S. "may need to update" its definition for what it means to have full vaccination against COVID.

The big picture: The CDC and the FDA have officially approved boosters with every authorized vaccine in the U.S. for people who meet specific requirements. Walensky explained that since not everyone is eligible for a booster, the definition has not been changed "yet."

Currently, the CDC's definition is the following: "Fully vaccinated persons are those who are ≥14 days post-completion of the primary series of an FDA-authorized COVID-19 vaccine."

What they're saying: "We have not yet changed the definition of 'fully vaccinated.' We will continue to look at this. We may need to update our definition of 'fully vaccinated' in the future," Walensky said during a press briefing.

She also encouraged those eligible to get boosters: "If you're eligible for a booster, go ahead and get your booster," she said.

https://www.axios.com/cdc-fully-covid-v ... 9a573.html
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Covid will over by August guys
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Postby Kenjo » October 24th, 2021, 10:28 am

hover11 wrote:Covid will over by August guys
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So they supposed to remain doom and gloom and not have a timeline ? Canada has a clear cut timeline for opening back . No one has a crystal ball but everyone has to compromise and move on now

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