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Perhaps this is one you didn’t see coming, but there have been lots of discussions about SARS-CoV-2 and marine mammals. You may think, “people don’t have much contact with marine mammals,” and of course you’d be correct, if you meant direct contact. However, human activity (and waste) can significantly influence marine mammal health.
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: M5xaz
Not just the vaccine, but all. of. it.
Everything we're being forced to do by penalty of law made zero difference under ideal circumstances to see if it really does work.
Now, I'm not going to say that the vaccine is of zero benefit at all, but to think it is so good that we have to force it on everyone under pain of even prison camps (looking at you, Australia), is insane. If it worked that well, they wouldn't have COVID in Antarctica.
originally posted by: musicismagic
The “vaccinations” don’t prevent COVID nor do the boosters. For vulnerable people, shots may make less intense those COVID strains other than Omicron. With Omicron, there is no “intense.” You get it, you’re not very sick, and with luck, you’re truly immune and that’s the end of the Chinese Communist Party’s viral gift to the world.