we're... we're never going to see the end of this are we
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Me, immunocompromised: “Can antivaxxers hurry up and die so the rest of us can get on with it.”
Every 🤡 on the planet: “It’s *not that simple.* Don’t you know they’re getting other people sick too?”
Bitch I am well aware. Unless you know a way to force these people to get vaccinated, imma need them to die off ASAP.
Could y’all stop using hypothetical disabled people as your excuse to argue with actual disabled people.
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I have nothing against the English but if they could remember that Scotland is it's own country, with it's own laws, and it's own people, who are still taking this pandemic seriously and wearing masks in public places and social distancing is still the fucking law up here, that would be fantastic.
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Time to get the fucking saw... Done with this bullshit.
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literally millions of Americans are on the eve of being forced into homelessness
working families, jobless, sick and traumatized
18 months behind in rent
old people and young people and disabled people
in every county and municipality of the United States
during what is clearly worsening pandemic, here and across the world
and literally hundreds of politicians and officials from both parties are just totally oblivious
posting on instagram, twitter, or just checking out for the summer without any real sense of gravity or shame at their failure to extend the eviction moratorium
“So sorry Darling, love to chat but we simply must catch a plane - we’re staying at the Hamptons with my in-laws and have a reservation for 7 at Fresno”
“Traffic will be dreadful of course...”
there will be deaths because of this
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A new paper published in the peer-reviewed journal The Lancet found that "People who had recovered from COVID-19, including those no longer reporting symptoms, exhibited significant cognitive deficits versus controls."
From the paper:
When examining the entire population, the deficits were most pronounced for paradigms that tapped cognitive functions such as reasoning, problem solving, spatial planning and target detection whilst sparing tests of simpler functions such as working-memory span as well as emotional processing. These results accord with reports of long-COVID, where 'brain fog', trouble concentrating and difficulty finding the correct words are common.
Right-wingers are going to be even more stupid than they were before? Inconceivable!
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I mean, same.
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[ID: Three Tweets from Dr. J F Curry @Coo_ray “I’m an Arkansas ER physician. We are at the point warned about a year ago. There are no ICU beds in the state. 4 days ago we called 5 surrounding states looking for ICU beds and we were unsuccessful. In simple terms, because the critical care beds are full of ill Covid patients (who tend to have a slow recovery), there are no beds for the heart attacks, the major traumas, the septic patients…I could go all day. A few facts: 1) The average delta variant positive person infects 6 people (compared to less than 3 with the original variant) 2) Almost all of the ill pneumonia patients we are seeing are unvaccinated (yes vaccinated people can get it but mostly with milder symptoms)” July 27, 2021]
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Corona-Cha-Cha-Cha / Glitch Black
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If you put side-by-side lists containing the side effects of the vaccine vs the symptoms of covid and the numerical probabilities of each happening, there's no way anyone would decide that the virus is safer.
And people know this. That's why they never compare them using a numerical value for each. They usually use a numerical value for the covid mortality rate and not for the vaccine side effect rate. They emphasize the probability of the covid symptoms and the effect of the vaccine in order to minimize the apparent danger of covid symptoms and maximize the apparent danger of the vaccine.
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Everyone needs to look at this chart and then share it!! #GetVaccinated #GetVaccinatedNow
Coronavirus Infections after Vaccination - Seven-day rolling average of cases per 100,000 residents, March 1 through July 12, 2021
Source: The San Diego Union-Tribune / Michelle Gilchrist
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corporate news companies are some of the most dangerous antivaxxers in the US
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