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  • TN1965
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    Exclusive: 28 percent of Americans surveyed believe the 'truth about harmful effects of vaccines' is being deliberately hidden from the public (yahoo.com)

    The results of a new poll shared exclusively with Yahoo News finds that 28 percent of U.S. adults believe without evidence that the “truth about the harmful effects of vaccines” is being deliberately hidden from the public.

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  • Conor Dary
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    Meanwhile....the new Marines theme...

    A Few Dumb Men.

    Up to 10,000 active-duty Marines will not be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus when their deadline arrives in coming days, a trajectory expected to yield the U.S. military’s worst immunization rate.

    https://mobile.twitter.com/washingto...82368036577280

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  • dunes runner
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    Originally posted by jeremyp View Post
    Mask-wearing is the single most effective public health measure at tackling Covid, reducing incidence by 53%, the first global study of its kind shows. Now a systematic review and meta analysis of non-pharmaceutical interventions has found for the first time that mask wearing, social distancing and handwashing are all effective measures at curbing cases – with mask wearing the most effective.

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  • 18.99s
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    Originally posted by Conor Dary View Post
    Meanwhile...

    EXCLUSIVE: Army to Begin Forcing Out Soldiers Who Refuse COVID Vaccine, Including Guardsmen

    https://mobile.twitter.com/DefenseOn...86451217829900
    Nothing new or surprising. The military has a decades-long policy of mandatory vaccinations, including some vaccines that civilians don't normally get, like the anthrax vaccine. Can't have military readiness weakened by an outbreak of a preventable disease.

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  • Conor Dary
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    Meanwhile...

    EXCLUSIVE: Army to Begin Forcing Out Soldiers Who Refuse COVID Vaccine, Including Guardsmen

    https://mobile.twitter.com/DefenseOn...86451217829900

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  • Conor Dary
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    Brown is the least popular governor in the country for a reason ....Oregon has no endgame....

    Polling Shows Kate Brown Is Least Popular Governor in America

    Brown’s approval rating is at 43%; Vermont Gov. Phil Scott, a Republican, is at 79%.

    https://www.wweek.com/news/2021/11/1...or-in-america/

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  • Conor Dary
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    Another scary story from the folks who never want to go back to normal...... these people are ridiculous....get vaccinated.... the rest is political theater...

    Vaccines are safe and effective and saving lives around the world. But most do not confer 100% protection, most countries have not vaccinated everyone, and it is not yet known if jabs will prevent future transmission of emerging coronavirus variants.

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  • jeremyp
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    Mask-wearing is the single most effective public health measure at tackling Covid, reducing incidence by 53%, the first global study of its kind shows.

    Now a systematic review and meta analysis of non-pharmaceutical interventions has found for the first time that mask wearing, social distancing and handwashing are all effective measures at curbing cases – with mask wearing the most effective.

    “This systematic review and meta analysis suggests that several personal protective and social measures, including handwashing, mask wearing, and physical distancing are associated with reductions in the incidence of Covid-19,” the researchers wrote in The BMJ.

    They said the results highlight the need to continue mask wearing, social distancing and handwashing alongside vaccine programmes.

    Researchers at Monash University and the University of Edinburgh say multi-faceted measures, such as lockdowns and closures of borders, schools and workplaces need further analysis to assess their potential negative effects on populations.

    Public health or non-pharmaceutical interventions are known to be beneficial in fighting respiratory infections like flu, and countries around the world have tried using them to curb the spread of Covid.

    However, until now, reviews have not been robust enough to allow experts to make firm conclusions about the effectiveness of such measures in tackling Covid.

    Results from more than 30 studies from around the world were analysed in detail, showing a statistically significant 53% reduction in the incidence of Covid with mask wearing and a 25% reduction with physical distancing.

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...id-study-finds

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  • scottmitchell74
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    Marcus Allen was by far my favorite running back. Such a smooth glider and man was he money in short yardage.

    But! I think Walter Payton was the greatest (at least of my lifetime). For a 202 pound guy he ran with such violence. He had that lean. He attacked. I'm thankful for youtube that lets me get lost in his highlights.

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  • TN1965
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    Husband and wife fugitives who helped run $18-million COVID relief fraud ring get years in prison (yahoo.com)

    When convicted Tarzana swindlers Richard Ayvazyan and Marietta Terabelian sliced off their electronic monitoring bracelets and vanished in August, the couple left a note for the three teenage children they abandoned.

    "We will be together again one day," they wrote. "This is not a goodbye but a brief break from each other."

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  • lonewolf
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    Ya never know. My 86-year-old younger brother had one of the first pre-vaccine cases of covid. Treated with two consecutive days of injection of a bone-chilling liquid, quick recovery. His wife and her next-door brother's family followed masking and sanitizing protocol, got all the vaccination and booster, shots, nobody got sick. The brother and sister-in-law (70s) just returned from a fall foliage vacation at their cabin in Red River, NM, both came down with covid immediately on return to SW Oklahoma. His mild case, hers more troublesome. They took a side-trip into Colorado, sleeping in their camper, but no known exposure while on vacation.

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  • bad hammy
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    Originally posted by KevinR View Post
    As I always expected.......Dancing shows are lethal.
    That made me laugh . . .

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  • jeremyp
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    At least 50 percent of people who survive covid-19 experience a variety of physical and psychological health issues for six months or more after their initial recovery, according to research on the long-term effects of the disease, published in the journal JAMA Network Open.

    Often referred to as “long covid,” the adverse health effects vary from person to person. But the research, based on data from 250,351 adults and children, found that more than half experience a decline in general well-being, resulting in weight loss, fatigue, fever or pain.

    About 20 percent have decreased mobility, 25 percent have trouble thinking or concentrating (called “brain fog”), 30 percent develop an anxiety disorder, 25 percent have breathing problems, and 20 percent have hair loss or skin rashes. Cardiovascular issues — chest pain and palpitations — are common, as are stomach and gastrointestinal problems.

    Those affected by post-covid conditions, sometimes called “long haulers,” can include anyone who has had covid-19, even those who had no symptoms or just mild ones, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

    But additional research published in a subsequent issue of the journal found that cognitive dysfunction has occurred more often among those who had more severe cases of covid-19 and required hospitalization, and their brain fog issues have lingered for seven months or more. “One’s battle with covid doesn’t end with recovery from the acute infection,” one researcher said.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/healt...e24_story.html

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  • TN1965
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    Tucker Carlson and other Fox hosts are holding an event that requires vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test

    https://www.yahoo.com/news/tucker-ca...223539787.html

    Several prominent Fox News hosts who've aggressively campaigned against COVID-19 vaccine mandates are hosting an in-person Fox Nation event that requires attendees to either be vaccinated or show proof of a negative coronavirus test.

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  • KevinR
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    As I always expected.......Dancing shows are lethal.

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