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  1. Looks like this is the polling info… The survey, which was conducted by Hart Research between Aug. 14-17, sampled 1,000 adults 18 and older. Of the 1,000 respondents polled for NBC’s survey, 790 of them are registered voters. The margin of error for the group is 3.1 percentage points, while the margin of error for the subset of registered voters is 3.49 percentage points. https://www.nbcnews.com/politics/meet-the-press/nbc-news-poll-shows-demographic-breakdown-vaccinated-u-s-n1277514 https://www.lcac19.org/blog/2021/08/29/nbc-news-poll-contradicts-cdc-data-on-black-and-hispanic-vaccine-hesitancy/ NBC link has a bunch of other %s and the lcac link all the info on the poll
  2. Don’t they all still have vaccine mandates (albeit with the testing opt out) from Bidens new order though?
  3. Plus it generally gives you something cool to talk about with higher ups right off the bat
  4. I think Seth Nevills is playing football and still wrestling
  5. I might’ve missed a discussion of this but isn’t this because of Biden admins health and safety rule? I keep seeing people talk about them getting a job at another university but what university employs under 100 people?
  6. You’re taking one for the team here. I don’t have it in me to watch it but can’t deny I’ll check the updates
  7. Against my better judgment what are these supposed to prove? The ‘The Truth for Health Foundation’ gets a number of things wrong in the vaccine section alone: ‘the vaccine doesn’t protect against variants’ is false ’no reduced spread’ is certainly debatable ‘no reduced hospitalizations or deaths’ is false They hammer home ‘it’s experimental / not FDA’ approved but then talk about Regeron as an alternative (despite being experimental) and now Pfizer is approved…. They seem to have very little knowledge of the mRNA vaccine research at least recently. Comparing AIDS and covid isn’t really apples to apples. There isn’t really anything cited in this at all either just broad statements… The doctors cited in this don’t seem to have any research program — a foot and ankle doctor shouldn’t be cited as a vaccine or IDD expert. I find it kinda fascinating that one of the skepticisms against the vaccine is that you can’t hold the makers responsible yet here we are with a 20 pdf riddled no citations and really no expertise on the topic with errors giving advice… Most amazing to me is this document discourages vaccination yet the vast majority of their advantages to home care are actually achieved with the vaccine, definitively!
  8. Never seen this website before but this is a pretty fair article on what evidence we have re delta hospitalization and mortality www.livescience.com/amp/coronavirus-delta-variant-severity.html
  9. The Lancet study I linked a few posts back is the most definitive re: hospitalization rate for unvaxxed due to delta finding a 2x of alpha. That study only went through May 21 and didn’t look at death rate. These big tens of thousands of individuals studies are the gold standard but obviously take time etc; definitively there haven’t been studies like that focused on death rate yet. There are Medrxiv studies that are finding higher death rates with delta which I believe, but it’s better to wait for big studies that have done peer review etc. I’m sure given the recent uptick in mortality these studies will be out soon, unfortunately.
  10. https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(21)00474-6/fulltext this is a nice summary by the editors on the recent study showing delta has about a 2x risk of hospitalization for unvaxxed
  11. Researchers analysed healthcare data from 43,338 COVID-19 cases in England from March 29 to May 23 of this year, including vaccination status, emergency care, hospital admission and other patient information. After accounting for factors that are known to affect susceptibility to severe illness -- including age, ethnicity, and vaccination status -- the researchers found the risk of being admitted to hospital was more than doubled with the Delta variant. You can read the study yourself if you want: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/laninf/article/PIIS1473-3099(21)00475-8/fulltext https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.france24.com/en/live-news/20210827-covid-delta-doubles-hospital-risk-vs-alpha-variant www.nytimes.com/2021/08/27/health/delta-variant-hospitalization-risk.amp.html
  12. Delta is more transmissible but also gives you about a 2x chance of getting hospitalized if you’re unvaxxed compared to alpha
  13. Could you guys keep the wrestling chat off my politics forum?
  14. When you can pass your obesity onto me let me know!
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