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VACCINE: IF \ THEN = LOGIC

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IF you choose to get the vaccine, THEN you have no risk of getting COVID-19.

 

IF you choose not to get the vaccine, THEN you assume the risk of getting COVID-19.

 

With this logic, as soon as everyone in the world has been given the opportunity to take the vaccine, whether they do or don’t, the entire planet should reopen IMMEDIATELY.

 

This means, the statement “We still need to wear masks and social distance because we can still carry and pass on Covid-19 to others” is out the window.

 

IF you choose not to get the vaccine, THEN you accept the risk.

 

 

 

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Can’t really disagree. Also eliminates the need for a covid vaccination certificate. If people that don’t get it are worried about getting covid from other people that didn’t get it...then they should get it :idea:  

 

 

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I would change this       " IF you choose to get the vaccine, THEN you have no risk of getting COVID-19".

 

to this                             "IF you choose to get the vaccine, THEN you have a slight risk of getting COVID-19". 

 

none of the vaccines are 100% as far as I seen.

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12 mins ago, bridgerat said:

Agreed. It will probably take almost a year to get there though.

I’m guessing June.

(fingers crossed :th: )

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added fingers crossed

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18 mins ago, ErikT said:

IF you choose to get the vaccine, THEN you have no risk of getting COVID-19.

 

IF you choose not to get the vaccine, THEN you assume the risk of getting COVID-19.

 

With this logic, as soon as everyone in the world has been given the opportunity to take the vaccine, whether they do or don’t, the entire planet should reopen IMMEDIATELY.

 

This means, the statement “We still need to where masks and social distance because we can still carry and pass on Covid-19 to others” is out the window.

 

IF you choose not to get the vaccine, THEN you accept the risk.

 

 

 

Makes sense to me.

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Just now, Firinne said:

I would change this       " IF you choose to get the vaccine, THEN you have no risk of getting COVID-19".

 

to this                             "IF you choose to get the vaccine, THEN you have a slight risk of getting COVID-19". 

 

none of the vaccines are 100% as far as I seen.

 Same conclusion, people choosing to not get it shouldn’t be the impetus for continuing closures and capacity limits.

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5 mins ago, TimS said:

I’m guessing June.

(fingers crossed :th: )

I hope you are  right and I’m wrong. 

Once the vaccine is delivered it can happen quick. They get it done with the flu shot annually. 

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one important point

 

the vaccine won't necessarily prevent you from getting a case of rice rabies.

 

in the event that it doesn't ... remember that it will likely prevent you from getting a severe case of cheenkbola, which is just as important.

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37 mins ago, ErikT said:

IF you choose not to get the vaccine, THEN you accept the risk.

How is this any different then before the vaccine.

 

If you go out then you accept the risk.

 

If you don't wear a mask then you accept the risk.

 

Let's be real, we aren't ALLOWED to accept the risk.  We are all in this together, right?

 

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10 mins ago, fishweewee said:

one important point

 

the vaccine won't necessarily prevent you from getting a case of rice rabies.

 

in the event that it doesn't ... remember that it will likely prevent you from getting a severe case of cheenkbola, which is just as important.

 I’ll take 95% against getting it...and close to 100% of getting it bad :th: 

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12 mins ago, fishweewee said:

one important point

 

the vaccine won't necessarily prevent you from getting a case of rice rabies.

 

in the event that it doesn't ... remember that it will likely prevent you from getting a severe case of cheenkbola, which is just as important.

I think they should hand out a stand of pearls, so that people who have been vaccinated have something to clutch when they run into someone who isn't. 

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13 mins ago, fishweewee said:

one important point

 

the vaccine won't necessarily prevent you from getting a case of rice rabies.

 

in the event that it doesn't ... remember that it will likely prevent you from getting a severe case of cheenkbola, which is just as important.

Cheenkbola?????

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