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Will Vaccination Work?

All the evidence says that we can beat Covid-19 if we get vaccinated.

For example, here’s new evidence from the Cleveland Clinic hospitals. Note that Cleveland Clinic is the second-highest rated hospital system in the country, right after the Mayo Clinic and ahead of Johns Hopkins, and the Massachusetts General Hospital. According to them, of the patients admitted to their hospitals for Covid-19 between January 1 to April 13, 99.75% of them had not been fully vaccinated. Furthermore, among their hospital employees who came down with Covid-19, only 0.3% were fully vaccinated.

The bottom line is that simply getting vaccinated makes you hundreds of times less likely to require hospitalization for Covid. Get vaccinated, stay out of the hospital!

And remember, nobody has died from getting the vaccine, while a stunning half a million people have died from Covid-19. If you catch the coronavirus, you can pass it on to other people without even knowing you have it. The only way we can beat Covid-19 is if enough people get vaccinated that we reach herd immunity.

© Bill Bramhall

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  1. Wildwood wrote:

    My grandson’s girlfriend’s ditzy sister informed her that the vaccine might cause infertility. So then both her and grandson decided to not take it. He lives in the same house as we do and I was not happy with their decision, but let it slide because his mom, who is deathly afraid of needles was not doing anything to get hers either. And her husband was waiting for her to go. When the Johnson and Johnson came through, I called the country health department. Found a drive through clinic giving the J&J shot and made an appointment for daughter, her husband, and grandson. On Wednesday, the four of them piled into the car and went and got three of them their shots. I’m not sure what changed grandson’s mind, but something did. Girlfriend went along for the ride, but still refusing to do it. Daughter was shaking so bad that the car was vibrating, but she did it. I’m feeling relieved that they now are protected.

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