- Nov 2, 2019
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I posted a source that talked about that a few days ago. Israel's population is mostly vaccinated... and many of their new cases are from vaccinated people.I didn't see anything referring to whether people who got that variant were vaccinated or not, AND it mentioned that this is just a variant to watch, that there is not enough information to know whether it is more virulent yet.
And it is certainly your choice whether you get a vaccine or not, but at the very least you need to understand how virus' work and how vaccines work.
Which you apparently saw already. But yeah.... Questioning the effectiveness of the vaccine(s) is still on the table.Well this is worrying.... :/
back to the "does the vaccine actually work" discussion it seems :/
This article's position is that it might last as long as 6 months at best. And that's assuming it actually works on new mutant strains at all. Which is weird, because most vaccines... don't have that problem.
Realistically, I can't call them proven to work. "immunity" that only lasts 6 months at best? what?