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I've mentioned this before. I don't know I but have the conversation with my brother-in-law (wife's brother) frequently about a friend of his who's a multimillionaire who never married and never had children. We decided the guy's a genius. Brother-in-law is on his 3rd wife and I admit we definitely don't have this conversation with either spouse around. 😁
Vaccines reduce the odds you transmit even the Delta variant by 63%, ASSUMING YOU HAVE IT.
A 63% drop in transmission, combined with a risk of 1 in 5000 of even getting it in the first place, is what I would call a "huge" reduction.
The Covid vaccines is more effective at preventing Covid than the flu vaccine is at preventing flu (flu vaccines hover in the 40-60% efficacy range). Guess we need to reclassify flu as "not a vaccine" since it's not 100% bullet-proof either.
Seriously...what is the level of data you would need to change your mind? Because I'm starting to think that there isn't any. That no amount of scientific research, no number of papers, no mountain of statistics, is going to convince you.
And y'all think I'm the one that's "lost my whole identity".