Virus surge hits New England despite high vaccination rates

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  1. dagosa

    dagosa Well-Known Member

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    Thankfully. Movin on.
     
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    Ya I notice your lack of them.. Then again I haven't ever had a discussion with you that you weren't prepared for or quickly caught empty handed and resorting to key retorts like "Nuh Uhhhh" ..
     
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    Not quite sure where your head is at.
     
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    That’s the epitome of woo woo.
     
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    Heads above yours that's for sure ;)
     
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    Your avatar looks like the cat I neutered in a rubber boot. Same expression when I pulled him out. Probably had the same know it all ideas as deniers before he went in.
     
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    And right on que, you prove my point :) LMFAO..

    But to your credit, it would seem a lot of thought may have went into that nonsense, cerebral cortex at full power, watch the gauges ;)
     
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    It you had one it was well hidden.
     
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    Hurts doesn't it :) You can always tell by the "I know you are but what am I" retorts :p
     
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    This is, of course, why surgical, and to a larger extent cloth, masks are simply not effective covid preventative measures. And yet...
     
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    The fact that you would need to make this blatantly obvious post means the person you are talking to is either a troll, dumb as spit, or (most likely) both.
     
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    Wow, doe doe birds of a feather communicating in pigeon talk.
     
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    You didn't read the link, did you. It wasn't the supply chain won't work, it's the supply chain wasn't trusted. Big Healthcare didn't want to go to small distributors. That's fairly typical. Businesses typically stay with who they have contracts with. And don't go to mom and pop shops.
     
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    And, a link I supplied from the CDC clearly shows the New England states were far far far lower than those in the Tx and Fl states who refuse the vaccine.
     
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    You want to see what Harvard med actually says ?

    The use of face coverings is now required in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and at Harvard University. This guidance provides University personnel with information about the various types of face coverings and masks, and explains when they are used.
    The general public should NOT use medical- grade face masks outside of the healthcare setting. Medical-grade face masks should only be used for healthcare staff and patients, and by those who perform specific work tasks requiring this level of protection.
    Face coverings do not eliminate the need for physical distancing. Always remain at least 6 feet from other people
     
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    Yep. Read it and quoted from it.

    When this happens…
    ….the supply chain isn’t working.

    If there was toilet paper in warehouses and people at home don’t have any, the supply chain isn’t working.

    It seems to me it should be the responsibility of public health officials to fix these kinds of supply chain problems with the best mitigations we had at the time (still one of the best). Based on principles of epidemiology, our “experts” should have ensured SOMEBODY put all those masks on their face even if hospitals didn’t want them. Easier just to lie and tell people there was a shortage I guess. Never mind you are also intentionally bankrupting US companies that put it all on the line for their country and ensuring China maintains its stranglehold on PPE supplies.
     
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    You just supplied evidence Harvard has liars too! Yay!
    https://www.harvard.edu/coronavirus...1/02/06022020_coronavirus_facecoverings_A.pdf

    A blatant lie! Thanks for pointing out Harvard tells the same lies as the CDC. Cool.
     
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    The supply chain wasn't established. It can't be broken if it doesn't exist yet.
    But, it's probably just semantics.

    Small mfg companies had them, but they were not part of the supply chain. So they sat on them. One can't sell a product if they don't have the means to get them to market.
     
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    Really……Harvard lies ? You still haven’t answered one question. Where are all the n95 masks if they are so cheap and plentiful. I don’t see hospitals and businesses putting them out for patrons to use. Gee, they’re only what ? Pennies a-piece now. The proof is in front of you. No one uses them….you’ll avoid that.

    let’s check the Mayo Clinic. I’ll be back.
     
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    Oh, the Mayo Clinic is in line with the cdc as of 2021 august.
    So you’re the expert who declares everyone else is a liar.
    Sounds a lot like denier in every other delusional idea deniers have.
    https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/coronavirus/in-depth/coronavirus-mask/art-20485449
     
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    Yet I knew the product was available and could link interested parties to sites where this product could be purchased—in defiance of CDC recommendation. :)

    Yes, probably semantics. But the product was readily available to those who wished to protect themselves and others.
     
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    Still no studies to back up your opinions? LOL

    Why do you listen to people lying about N95 availability?
     

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