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Obviously with a larger infected population, there will be more mutations that produce these variants. However, we have to remember that the vaccine doesn't prevent infection, just puts the immune system's focus on the vaccine protein spikes. All the vaccinated are involved as well as the unvaccinated and they may even push viable mutations through vaccine selection.
These mutations are going to occur and it only takes one to get the pandemic rolling again, be it from an unvaccinated person or one who is vaccinated. It's interesting to note that first jabbers are including in the unvaxxed numbers.
All this tends to support my contention that any major problem that arises was caused or instigated by the government and when one of these problems can no longer be ignored, the government makes it the problem of the citizens, making it their responsibility, even placing the blame on them. IMO the examples are endless if you exclude most acts of God.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: nonspecific
I crapped that out my system in 48/72 hours if im honest.
But my Mrs was flat on her arse could hardly breath and temperature through the roof for 10 days.
She would have been hospitalised if not for the weather at the time and the fact that the hospitals were near enough full to capacity, should also add at her worst we waited over 7 hours on an ambulance.
Once you see what it can do to people nonspecific, you come to a conclusion and make a decision, and it was a rather simple one for me to make.
Each to there own all the same, i recommend people get there shots, but i would not force them to do so.
As to long term issues, i hope not, but we both seem just fine, my Mrs has bad Asthma, but she has had that since a child, down to poor council houses and the fungus/mould that's part and package of the parcel.