- Oct 13, 2002
- Internment Explorer sp3
It has a range of 60ish to 95ish % depending on the vaccine. This is information you can look up. It is not a yes/no question.So the Covid vaccine does not work?
Possibly not - again it's a % protection, and no a yes/no. At present the Delta is hospitalising mostly younger people in the UK where it has existed longer.Do you have to get another vaccine for the Delta variant too?
Yes - in fact the likely source of the mutations are in asymptomatic people who carry the virus for a long time, giving it time to mutate. The more it is allowed to spread, the more likely it is it mutate.How can I have a mutated version if I am not sick.. do you mean I might be asymptomatic and carry a mutated version even though I feel fine and that this could harm you?
The more people that are vaccintated, the rarer it becomes.As far as I know this type of transmission is exceedingly rare, like way way more than one in a 100..more like one in 6 gorillion.
I got vaccinated for these reasons
A: because i live with an older person who's life could be wrecked by coronavirus and it's after effects.
B: I have two very young relatives i spend time with and they have no protections from the thing
C: to be part of slowing the thing down. I've a few mates with really bad side effects from having had the virus - it will continue to mutate (or evolve as we like to call it - and it is going through generations faster than us) - we either beat it with science or it'll keep fucking up people or killing them.
D: a friend has a sibling with really limited lung capacity, their world has been basically a house since this started and untill we get a hold on this thing their life will continue like that - all boats rise and sink together like.. I've got a vast exerience of being housebound by illness and I'm not going to inflict it on others where i can help it.