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Administration graciously gave vaccinated freedom from masks and distancing   The Serious You: How Current Events Affect You

Started May-13 by Showtalk; 5019 views.
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From: Showtalk 

May-23

Our vaccination rate went so high they closed down big vax sites and are begging people to get shots,

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May-23

It means we need to be flexible.

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May-23

I also don’t listen to experts just because they are on the news all the time. 

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From: Showtalk 

May-23

We all hope for that!

Marci (marcinmin)

From: Marci (marcinmin) 

May-23

Yeah I think most States have pivoted from the big sites (where I got mine) to smaller ones like CVS and Walgreens. NM has done that and invited groups like churches and clubs to schedule events - they help coordinate and provide the vaccinators. 

WALTER784

From: WALTER784 

May-23

Why the world’s most vaccinated country is seeing an unprecedented spike in coronavirus cases

As the Seychelles began to offer free coronavirus vaccinations early this year, President Wavel Ramkalawan told reporters that the country was planning to reach herd immunity within weeks.

It was an ambitious target for a small, geographically isolated island nation in the Indian Ocean. But with its economy heavily reliant on tourism, the country called in favors to attain a vaccine supply from regional allies, including India and the United Arab Emirates.

The effort initially seemed to be a success. The Seychelles stands as the most vaccinated nation on Earth, with more than 60 percent of its population fully vaccinated, more than other vaccine giants such as Israel and Britain, and almost twice the United States’ rate of vaccination.

But that success has been undermined this week as the Seychelles has found itself with its largest number of new coronavirus cases per capita, and has been forced to reinstate a number of restrictions.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/2021/05/06/seychelles-vaccines-covid-cases/

FWIW

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From: Showtalk 

May-23

That’s more efficient on a small scale.  They will need to set up a system for booster shots. The Pfizer will need a third dose.

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May-23

Maybe reasons, nothing to do with vaccines.

YWN666

From: YWN666 

May-24

I hear a lot of people saying "It's been a year and we're tired of wearing a mask" as if the pandemic will magically disappear at the one year mark. To them I say "we're ALL tired of wearing masks but we're doing it to prevent further infections and deaths".  Sad that some people have to be forced to care about their neighbors

YWN666

From: YWN666 

May-24

We are almost there and it would be a shame to suffer a setback at this point.  Even if we get a high percentage of the population vaccinated, we still have those who can't take the vaccination and those that won't be protected by the vaccine (like transplant recipients)

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