“Harvard research notes: At the country-level, there appears to be no discernable relationship between percentage of population fully vaccinated and new COVID-19 cases in the last 7 days. In fact, the trend line suggests a marginally positive association.” covidreason.substack.com/p/h…

5:29 PM · Oct 13, 2021

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I follow the science, as a biologist, and because of that I wasn't vaccinated, because of the relative low efficiency/risk for my age. It's just not worth it unless you're in a risk group.
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Replying to @MichaelPSenger
In the last seven days? Why the last 7 days, given that some of the data is dumped at random intervals? It's like the hockey stick all over again. This shit gets old. It will soon be yesterday's mini shirt anyway. Next up is AGW. The new hotness.
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Replying to @MichaelPSenger
It is now immoral to get vaccinated.
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Selfish tbh lol
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Replying to @MichaelPSenger
This is how we get everyone on board with the “cases don’t matter” narrative.
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Interesting. But note The SOLE reliance (on vaccination as a primary strategy to mitigate COVID-19 and its adverse consequences needs reexamination). It isn’t a panacea (note current UK infections) but it’s still critically important. Harvard isn’t saying ditch vaccination.
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