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Like the last leg of a marathon, public health officials say reaching the final segment of the unvaccinated population will be a grind as Ottawa tries to attain herd immunity — when enough of the population is protected against COVID-19.
"The first thing is to get them through the doors, that's the hardest part," said Dr. Lorne Wiesenfeld, an emergency physician at The Ottawa Hospital who has also spent time administering the vaccine. "You want to make it easy. Just remove one barrier that may hinder them, encouraging them in a non-judgmental way."
First it was 70%, then 80% and now 90%. Experts agree that experts don't have a freaking clue.
Reports of animals infected with SARS-CoV-2 have been documented around the world. Most of these animals became infected after contact with people with COVID-19, including owners, caretakers, or others who were in close contact. We don’t yet know all of the animals that can get infected. Animals reported infected include:
Companion animals, including pet cats and dogs and one ferret.
Animals in zoos and sanctuaries, including several types of big cats, otters, and non-human primates.
Mink on mink farms.
Wild white-tailed deer in several U.S. states.
originally posted by: HawkEyi
a reply to: rickymouse
These same public officials had being going agaisnt neutral immunity and urging agaisnt vitamins while pushing vax and masks.
"Get vaxed and wear a mask"