I also disagree, but there are a number of pediatricians out there who decided even pre-covid that if you chose not to vaccinate your children, they would not care for them, On the grounds of protecting the other kids in the waiting room, which I understand completely. I disagree, but it is entirely defensible.
The walk-in clinics around here advertise covid testing with results in 15 minutes.
Researchers already knew white-tailed deer were capable of infection because they have similar receptors as found in humans, Rabinowitz said, so it’s not a surprise that deer would show exposure in the wild.
What’s concerning, he said, is the potential for the virus to inhabit an “animal reservoir,” where the virus spreads and mutates among a new host, in this case, deer, and not cause illness in the host but could reinfect recovering human populations and cause illness.
“Widespread human infections with SARS-CoV-2 combined with human-wildlife interactions create the potential for spillover between people and animals,” the USDA said.
There are about 30 million white-tail deer around the continental U.S., found in most states.
Good, perfect, why not? 2020 won, indeed.
Time to buy a new raincoat, for when the “spillover” arrives?
Well Japan should be happy they put in significantly more effort in keeping the Olympics this year than getting their own people vaccinated
© Statista, today.
ETA: upper part - incomplete vaccinations, lower part - complete vaccinations.
The trick is to announce it but still treat every patient. All the effect with none of the moral dilemma.
And as a reminder, the BioNTech one is generally known as the Pfizer vaccine in the US. (I believe.)
And Janssen is J&J in the US.
We can try, tho.