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  1. Using the ignore user button is like getting vaccinated, the more people that do it the better off we all are.
  2. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/promontory-heights-school-chilliwack-covid-19-1.6186455 It begins.
  3. Poor Saskatchewan and BC suffering from proximity to Alberta. The further away from Alberta the lower the deaths. Have no idea if there's any actual correlation but BC definitely had its fair share of Alberta visitors during the summer.
  4. https://globalnews.ca/news/8200391/alberta-childrens-hospital-to-temporarily-close-75-of-operating-rooms-by-monday/ Babies paying for the hubris of their elders.
  5. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/madison.com/opinion/column/spencer-black-gop-plays-deadly-politics-in-fomenting-vaccine-hostility/article_658b86cf-e873-5361-92be-b66b701dd2df.amp.html Well over 99% of the people who die from COVID are unvaccinated. The virus, especially the delta variant, is surging in the Republican-led states of Florida, Texas and Missouri. You could easily mistake a map of vaccination rates across the country for a map of the 2020 presidential election returns. Almost all U.S. counties below 20% vaccination rates lean Republican, and almost all above 65% lean Democratic. According to CDC data, the 20 states with the highest vaccination rates all voted for Biden. Republicans have loudly celebrated their “success” at discouraging vaccinations. At the largest Republican gathering this spring, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, the press reported that “attendees cheered and clapped that Biden had not been able to 'sucker' people and had missed his goal of vaccinating 70% of adults.” so wild, it’s literally killing off their voter base.
  6. A shiny new thing to distract the fan base for a short period of time I’m assuming.
  7. Age is also a factor, it seems the vaccines can sometimes produce less of an immune response in older populations (in the example provided by the poster, a nursing home). https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.03.03.21251066v1 In response to Pfizer vaccine Results While the majority of participants in both groups produced specific IgG antibody titers against SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, titers were significantly lower in elderly participants. Although the increment of antibody levels after the second immunization was higher in elderly participants, the absolute mean titer of this group remained lower than the <60 group. After the second vaccination, 31.3 % of the elderly had no detectable neutralizing antibodies in contrast to the younger group, in which only 2.2% had no detectable neutralizing antibodies.
  8. Way to put words in his mouth. Don't bother arguing with this guy he'll just make all kinds of logical leaps and defensive sidesteps.
  9. Mid 30's teacher here still waiting.
  10. Registered drop-ins yes, POP UPS no.
  11. That’s like.... one Elementary school classroom worth of people.
  12. I wouldn’t be sad if Bonnie was replaced by someone with some semblance of logic and leadership. Reminds me of an old Robin Williams joke about police in the UK that don’t have guns “Stop! Or I’ll say stop again!”
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