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The COVID19 SCAMdemic... Vaccine Salesman Say Anything To Reap Billions (No Refunds)

GTIfan99

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Apparently half of the employees at the FDA have refused to get the shot.
The FDA.
What do they know?
Have they been visiting this thread?

My people are telling me that 115% of FDA employees have gotten the vaccine.
 

cb1111

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In general (and I was working on VOW - Vaccinate our Workforce and saw DoD numbers) the initial refusal rate was about 30% UNTIL they saw their buddies getting vaccinated and not turning green. The final refusal rate is probably around 20% and I suspect that the rate at places like the CDC/FDA is far lower amongst the actual medical/scientific staff.
 

IanCH

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Almost half of the frontline health care workers haven't had the vaccine even though they have been eligible for a long time.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/health-care-workers-covid-19-vaccine-half-not-vaccinated/#app

https://coronavirus.nautil.us/healthcare-workers-refuse-vaccine/
The article is from March, ~1 month after the vaccine was first released.

Also the number includes people who work at hospitals in janitorial and cna jobs, who are overwhelmingly minorities. But have a lot less patient contact.

I can speak from anecdotal but significant sample size of Boston Healthcare workers, I would say the vaccine take rate is over 80%
 

jimlloyd40

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The article is from March, ~1 month after the vaccine was first released.

Also the number includes people who work at hospitals in janitorial and cna jobs, who are overwhelmingly minorities. But have a lot less patient contact.

I can speak from anecdotal but significant sample size of Boston Healthcare workers, I would say the vaccine take rate is over 80%
The first link was from March of this year so 2 months ago and the other one said 4 months ago. Patient contact doesn't matter. If the virus is in the hospital it will spread.

Here's a link from just last month.

https://www.wbtv.com/2021/04/09/vaccine-hesitancy-among-health-care-workers-raises-concerns/
 

IanCH

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The first link was from March of this year so 2 months ago and the other one said 4 months ago. Patient contact doesn't matter. If the virus is in the hospital it will spread.

Here's a link from just last month.

https://www.wbtv.com/2021/04/09/vaccine-hesitancy-among-health-care-workers-raises-concerns/
Lmao.

I just fucking told you dude. The first time they gave vaccines was February. March was 1 month after release, about 2 weeks after the very first people to get the shot were getting their second doses.

Also, you must have a pretty poor understanding of hospital ventilation systems, the patient contact absolutely matters.

But sure keep linking me outdated and wrong news articles to tell me about something I know first hand.
 
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cb1111

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Lmao.

I just fucking told you dude. The first time they gave vaccines was February. March was 1 month after release, about 2 weeks after the very first people to get the shot were getting their second doses.

Also, you must have a pretty poor understanding of hospital ventilation systems, the patient contact absolutely matters.

But sure keep linking me outdated and wrong news articles to tell me about something I know first hand.
It is also very regional. I know that here in the DC area, the vast majority of janitorial staff at the local hospitals got vaccinated early on.
 

jimlloyd40

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Lmao.

I just fucking told you dude. The first time they gave vaccines was February. March was 1 month after release, about 2 weeks after the very first people to get the shot were getting their second doses.

Also, you must have a pretty poor understanding of hospital ventilation systems, the patient contact absolutely matters.

But sure keep linking me outdated and wrong news articles to tell me about something I know first hand.
It was released in December 2020. So you can stop with the I just told you fucking bullshit.


https://www.cnn.com/2020/12/14/health/us-coronavirus-monday/index.html
 

anotero

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Strange Mud

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I read the CBS link and 12% say they don't want it and 18% are unsure. To my mechanic s math that is 70% acceptance. This is from people who deal with this stuff daily. Certainly not a scary rejection number
 

jimlloyd40

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anotero

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They block you because they can't handle what you dish out. They can do it but when they get it back they block you.
Exactly. That's why I feel a bit disappointed: I thought they were all that with all the shit they fling around, so I just followed suit. Didn't realize right away they were typical two-faced snowflakes.
 
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