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Old 11-24-2020, 03:52 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Scorpion View Post
As for this COVID situation I think we are in this until around April at least. Right now hospitals are at capacity in way too many places and while care has improved the survivability rate it does depend on resources not becoming too short and people able to get care. As for the vaccine it will take months to get it distributed and to get enough people vaccinated that it makes a difference. Many people are worried about the first round and wont go. Others will never go due to politics or religious belief. Still we also don't know if being vaccinated will protect you for a month, or a year. Not to mention that the virus changes and the vaccine may not work fully. The upside is that it should make this very much less deadly.
Every virus changes. Its evolution.
And we still have flu vaccine every year.
How come? ( I know how. I ask you)
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