Literally read this constantly for the last 18 months. Who would still fall for this?
Italy, UK, New York City, Florida, Texas, Arkansas, Texas again....
And an army
Achieving herd immunity with Covid vaccines when the highly infectious delta variant is spreading is likely to be impossible, leading experts say.www.cnbc.com
Wait until white liberals are told they have to mask their dogs in the dog park.
These threads are becoming echo chambers of doom.
Look, society was sh*t before, women were arrogant, politicians pathetic nonces, corporations were commie perverts, towns were ugly zombielands, beer was full of chemicals, mens fashion had become feminized, women had become exhibitionist ghouls, kids stared at video games for their entire childhood, music was degenerate lyrics with a hook, work was soul-destroying repetition, stop hoping for it to continue but despair at the nature it had become. So what if it’s all gone too sh*t, so f*cking what, who cares. Good riddance to it.
Fear not death, it was coming anyway.
Now what am I going to DO?
(Sorry, for the immoral language)
Bob Rosenthal of Hoffman Estates has been staying away from family and friends for more than year because the medication he takes makes him immunocompromised.
His body’s immune system didn’t produce antibodies for the first two vaccine doses. He’s hoping this third dose is the answer.
“We don’t know if it’s truly going to work or not,” said Rosenthal. “My hope is it will, but I’m going to follow the science.”
Dr. Sajal Tanna, an infectious diseases doctor at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, said some patients may not form the antibodies. Therefore, it’s important to continue to wear masks and social distance.
“It is not a substitute for basic health measures we’ve been following for the last year and half. We don’t know the level of antibody needed to protect and say you won’t get a breakthrough infection,” said Tanna. “We don’t have a magic number.”
Antonio Rodriguez never thought he’d get COVID-19. The 44-year-old owns Toro Sports Performance gym in Weatherford. “I train athletes. I stay pretty active. I hardly ever get sick. I don’t get the flu or colds. I don’t even have allergies,” said Antonio Rodriguez. He finally decided to get vaccinated. But he tested positive for COVID-19 a few days before his appointment. “So instead of getting the shot, I called the ambulance,” said Rodriguez.
He hopes his story can save even one life. “If you’re still thinking about it, go ahead and get it done. It’s not worth it. I’m a great example of that. I was thinking I’m invincible. This thing almost killed me. Just go ahead and get the vaccination,” said Rodriguez. He said he plans to get fully vaccinated as soon as possible. Doctors expect him to be released from the hospital in a week or two.