The Covid pandemic is not over for anyone until it is over for everyone. (Page 10)
This isn’t a movie about good guys vs bad guys.
Is this what it is all about for you? Trying to seem as a good guy?
Fractured fairy tale: Oh Its the Professia of Critical thiking , How it going keeping every one safe , is that why there building internment Camps insted of hospitals , Go on put your mask on
Fractured fairy tale: oh yeh DEADLY virises you want every one too be Scared of But your GREAT HERO spends nothing NOTHING I tells ya on the Health System , Only Fires Doctors and Nurses
I think he has shut down himself from comprehending as it is upsetting to him to see a reasoning that's opposite to his beliefs. Like that XP fella who deletes postings that shows him up as wrong.
That's how things are getting now, folks are getting use to only listening to what they want to hear and living in that bubble. With social media platforms only showing recommendations in line with the person's set thinking. Keeping them caged in. No longer are they open to understanding or discussing a different side or anything that opposes their side.
Weird world now.
Kojensa: Why some anti Covid vaxxers rather
take an off-label medication rather then get Covid vaccinations
Early in the pandemic, anti vaxxers
held that Covid-19 wasn’t that serious of a threat to begin with, little more than the flu. Now U.S has been averaging more than 2,000 Covid-19 deaths every day( as on October 2021)
The intensity of the pandemic has made it hard to maintain that belief. Covid-19 was always deadlier than the flu. But anti vaxxers picked and choose what they consider as facts hence easy for them to still believe that Covid vaccines is more deadly and more severe side effects than the Covid viruses even though data show this is not true
It’s this community of hardcore refusers that have closed ranks and created an insular world meant to perpetuate their beliefs.
They won’t take a vaccine approved by federal regulators, then take an off-label medication (such as ivermectin) because they read about it online?
“People listen to people ‘from their group’ and whom they think they can trust,”
David Dunning, a professor of psychology at the University of Michigan said “People really don’t know what science is, and so do you feel you can trust the person giving you advice, rather than appraising their expertise, becomes the thing.”
William Bernstein, a neurologist and author of The Delusions of Crowds, pointed that the “moral foundations” theory, which attempts to understand what motivates the decision-making of people on the right and left ends of the political spectrum.
That theory holds that, within the American right, the concepts of loyalty and betrayal are more influential to their worldview than on the American left. Staying true to your group is a powerful pull for conservatives, for these folks, facts mean nothing; membership and identity, everything.
The people dying today are largely unvaccinated. But people have still proven quite capable of shaping and reshaping a narrative that doesn’t require them to admit they might have been wrong. In fact, some think it’s their side saving the world. People flocking to news and information sources that support what they already believe.
Anti vaxxers are closeing their eyes on the fact that Covid vaccines are saving more life's and saving more people from Covid related hospitalisation then negative side effects or deaths from the Vaccines. They refused to admit this.
Kojensa: Who’s Refusing Covid Vaccinations—And Why | Forbes - September 2021
Over 100,000 Americans are currently hospitalized with Covid-19, and over 1,000 people are dying every day. These are people from all walks of life - rich and poor, white collar and blue collar, old and young. But according to an estimate from the Kaiser Family Foundation, over 98% of them have one thing in common: despite the ready availability of Covid vaccines, they chose not to get them.
The fact that Covid-19 has become a “pandemic of the unvaccinated” has been well-covered, and it dominates communications from public health authorities. However, millions of Americans who are eligible for shots still choose not to get them, and FDA approval of Pfizer’s vaccine doesn’t seem to have changed the rate of vaccinations nor people’s views on getting it. Some of those sitting out the shot are adamantly opposed to the vaccine while others claim to still be on the fence. Here’s a look at the adults who are still refusing to get a Covid vaccine, according to an analysis of nationwide polls.
Kojensa: Will Giving COVID Booster Shots Make It Harder to Vaccinate the Rest of the World?
The debate over wealthy countries’ booster campaigns taking away doses that could be used for unvaccinated people abroad misses a key point: these countries have far more doses than they need for boosters, but governments—often mired in political considerations and bureaucracy—are neither using nor donating them. Wealthy countries’ governments have already bought up the vast majority of the world’s available vaccine doses and have preordered the majority of future ones—presumably in case boosters were needed.
Despite having pledged to donate some excess doses to the developing world, wealthier countries have mostly been sitting on their stockpiles, many of which are in danger of expiring. Of the 1.2 billion doses the U.S. has promised to donate, it has only delivered about 190 million. On October 7 the WHO released a plan that would allow 40 percent of the world to be vaccinated by the end of the year, but the agency said this would require all countries to “commit to equitable distribution of vaccines.”
Kojensa: Yes old news but still relevant
Covid-19 vaccines: what information can you trust? - February 2021
Factual and reliable information is vital to creating trust in vaccines and to overcoming the pandemic. Ed Carr, The Economist’s deputy editor, and Natasha Loder, our health policy editor, answer some of the big questions about the global vaccination drive.
00:00 - Challenges in vaccinating the world
00:45 - Trust in vaccines
02:30 - mRNA vaccines
03:23 - Impact of variants on vaccination
04:29 - Time between vaccine doses
06:09 - Mandatory vaccines for travel?
The giant midget: I am 2x vaccinated and getting my booster shot mid January
I wear my bandana where it's needed.
I personally don't care if people get the shots or not
I care about me and my loved ones
One thing for sure in my opinion is that with all these people that have died since the beginning of this Covid pandemic around the world ,it must be a. Billion folks by now ,the planet seems to be a little bit lighter
These Covid viruses have eliminated the very weak and unhealthy people specially in the USA where the vast majority of its citizens are overweight and obese.
The world is over populated,maybe it's fixing itself with the strong and young people only
Fractured fairy tale: One Day when people Stop Quoting the Physer Sales Brocure Every one might start too learn too live with this Virisies How ever they want too do it should be up too Them ,Just Like The Saeonal Flue Vaccicens arn"t going too get Rid of It , If People Don"t Want these things too Happen , Well Look where They Come from and stop messing around with them
but thats Never going Happen , So who knows who cares countries want too go down the Road of sacking some of the most Taleted and dedicted people , Well were all the looser from that
Fractured fairy tale: And were Now Under a Code Red Threat of Terrorism , oh no Hang On The Threat of Terrorism
Has been replaced with some thing else ,Amazing
Fractured fairy tale: Who Are The Terrorists I hear You Ask , Well That Depends who Wrights the Laws and How there defined , don't it
Fractured fairy tale: I Like this quote from the Famous Historians
One Mans Terrorist , Is another Mans Freedom Fighter
Fractured fairy tale: yeah well your dragging the rest of the world along with Ya ,In Case no one has noticed
Kojensa: Reply to The giant midget "...I personally don't care if people get the shots or not..."
Someone in some forum here said about the government promoting Covid vaccines that " I don't believe the people who let US die for years now suddendly becoming so interested in our health"
The governments do care for the citizens health not because they love you but because it start effecting businesses and hence taxes and the country revenues are decreasing.
Same thing goes here, why it is important to have global Covid vaccination because the pandemic would not become endemic like seasonal flu if not enough world population are vaccinated.
So you, me and most people, even if we only care for ourselves and our love ones logically would still be concerned for these poor countries whether out of compassion or out of selfishness the aim is to turns Covid pandemic into Covid endemic.