Vaccine vs. Mask

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Re: Vaccine vs. Mask

Post by ddraig » Mon Sep 19, 2022 5:34 pm

That's one way to get rid of the conservatives and libertarians out of the school system!

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Re: Vaccine vs. Mask

Post by douche » Mon Sep 19, 2022 8:59 pm

If Joe says it, it must be true. The pandemic is over. :lol:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/expla ... r-AA120CW8

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Re: Vaccine vs. Mask

Post by seattlefan-daBronx » Tue Sep 20, 2022 7:30 pm

D-train wrote:
Sun Sep 18, 2022 11:14 pm
I am sure that no Student or teacher in NYC will ever get Covid again now.... :roll:
Over 7000 students and staff attend Hostos Community college where my kid goes half a day.
I've gotten two emails this week that "one" person has tested positive with COVID-19 this week and to be on the alert. :roll:


This is the message they send: It comes from the "Situation Room":

Greetings Hostos-Lincoln Academy of Science at 600 SAINT ANN'S AVENUE Community,
This message is from the DOE COVID-19 Response Situation Room. Please see below for a summary of COVID-19 activity in your school.
Total number of new COVID-19 cases reported to the Situation Room on 09/19/2022: 1 
How can I stay healthy?
Vaccination is the most important tool we have to protect ourselves from COVID-19. We strongly recommend that all age-eligible New Yorkers be vaccinated for COVID-19. Find a vaccine site today at https://vaccinefinder.nyc.gov/. There is no cost to be vaccinated.
Vaccine booster shots are now available for all fully vaccinated people 5 and older. These shots boost your immunity from an initial vaccination series. A booster shot is recommended for any adult who received the second dose of the Pfizer vaccine at least five months ago, the second dose of the Moderna vaccine at least six months ago, or the one dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least two months ago.
Please remember to follow these important actions to prevent COVID-19 transmission:
1. Stay home if sick (except to get essential medical care, including COVID-19 testing).
2. Wear a face covering if you are symptomatic or exposed to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
3. Practice healthy hand hygiene: Wash your hands often or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer; avoid touching your face; and cover your cough or sneeze with your arm, not your hands.
How can I stay updated?
We will continue to closely follow directions from public health experts and proactively update you on any measures we are taking. To ensure we can reach you via text and email, please create a New York City Schools Account (NYCSA) as soon as possible by visiting schools.nyc.gov/nycsa.
For additional information on COVID-19, visit schools.nyc.gov/coronavirus or call 311.
Thank you for your cooperation. Health and safety will always come first in New York City public schools.
Sincerely,
DOE COVID-19 Response Situation Room

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Re: Vaccine vs. Mask

Post by douche » Tue Sep 20, 2022 8:31 pm

seattlefan-daBronx wrote:
Tue Sep 20, 2022 7:30 pm
Please remember to follow these important actions to prevent COVID-19 transmission:
1. Stay home if sick (except to get essential medical care, including COVID-19 testing).
2. Wear a face covering if you are symptomatic or exposed to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
3. Practice healthy hand hygiene: Wash your hands often or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer; avoid touching your face; and cover your cough or sneeze with your arm, not your hands.
This stuff cracks me up. Staying home if sick and washing ones' hands is simply old-fashioned common sense. So the only thing that the 'medical community' can contribute is the idea of wearing a mask. Weak.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavir ... eath-rate/

I'm not sure how current this webpage is, but according to the article, "So far there has been 1 death every 1,166 people under 65 years old (compared to 1 death every 358 people in the general population). And 89% of the times, the person who died had one or more underlying medical conditions.

It's literally a tenth of a percent. The overreaction and fear mongering was over the top.

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Re: Vaccine vs. Mask

Post by D-train » Wed Sep 21, 2022 12:17 pm

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Re: Vaccine vs. Mask

Post by ddraig » Thu Sep 22, 2022 12:51 am

douche wrote:
Tue Sep 20, 2022 8:31 pm
seattlefan-daBronx wrote:
Tue Sep 20, 2022 7:30 pm
Please remember to follow these important actions to prevent COVID-19 transmission:
1. Stay home if sick (except to get essential medical care, including COVID-19 testing).
2. Wear a face covering if you are symptomatic or exposed to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
3. Practice healthy hand hygiene: Wash your hands often or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer; avoid touching your face; and cover your cough or sneeze with your arm, not your hands.
This stuff cracks me up. Staying home if sick and washing ones' hands is simply old-fashioned common sense. So the only thing that the 'medical community' can contribute is the idea of wearing a mask. Weak.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavir ... eath-rate/

I'm not sure how current this webpage is, but according to the article, "So far there has been 1 death every 1,166 people under 65 years old (compared to 1 death every 358 people in the general population). And 89% of the times, the person who died had one or more underlying medical conditions.

It's literally a tenth of a percent. The overreaction and fear mongering was over the top.
I've worked in schools for over 10 years. Common sense is in short supply. I've seen kids come to school with temps over 101 because mom and dad HAVE to work! Thus whatever the little urchin has gets transmitted to other kiddos in the class and the illness lingers on in the classroom for weeks. Hell, I usually have three colds a year because some parent is to stupid or self absorbed to keep their child home.

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Re: Vaccine vs. Mask

Post by D-train » Sat Sep 24, 2022 3:01 pm

Former WSU HC explains why he didn't take the Vax:
By Seattle Times sports staff
Former Washington State football coach Nick Rolovich spoke publicly for the first time since being fired for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine during the 2021 season.

The website DailyWire+ published an interview with Rolovich on Friday. He said a “lack of answers” and “lack of dialogue” about the effects of the vaccine, along with his religious beliefs, led him to decide against the vaccine, which was mandated for state employees by Gov. Jay Inslee. ESPN first reported a story based on the interview.

“The priest broke it down to me, because he wanted to know why, and I said, ‘This is just how I’m feeling,’ and he says, ‘Well, that’s your conscience talking to you and the Catholic church recognizes your conscience,’ ” Rolovich said in the DailyWire+ interview, according to ESPN. “That was what was speaking to me the whole time. It was real hard because I was unvaccinated, couldn’t meet with the [players]. I’m stuck in my office all day. It was really unhealthy for me, but I have no regrets on my decision.”


This year Rolovich filed a $25 million wrongful-termination claim against Washington State, which fired him for cause with about $9 million remaining on his contract. Rolovich coached 11 games in less than two seasons. Four of his assistant coaches also were fired for not taking the vaccine.


Jake Dickert, then the defensive coordinator, took over as interim coach. His interim tag was removed after the season.

“[WSU athletic director Pat Chun] said, ‘You got four options: resign, get the vax, get a medical exemption, get religious exemption,’ ” Rolovich told DailyWire+, according to ESPN. “I’m not getting the shot. I’m not resigning. I’m not going to get a medical because I could go get a fake card, easy, but then I’d be lying. … I’m going to do a religious [exemption]. And they both said ‘We’re not going to believe you, you know, the governor’s not happy with you.’ “

Rolovich said in the interview that the state’s human resources department approved his exemption, but he said Chun “helped” in getting it eventually denied.

Rolovich had a chance to talk with Dr. Guy Palmer, a WSU professor of pathology and infectious diseases, ESPN reported. Palmer said Rolovich asked a lot of questions usually in line with conspiracy theories.

“Kind of typical ones: Is Bill Gates involved with the vaccines? Does [Gates] hold a patent on the vaccines?” Palmer told ESPN. “He asked whether SV40 is in the vaccines and whether that could be a dangerous thing. And the answer to that is no.”

The DailyWire+ interview was conducted by Allison Williams, a former ESPN employee who left the network because of its COVID-19 vaccine policy, ESPN said. DailyWire+ describes itself as “Live Shows, Fearless Documentaries, And Woke-Free Movies You Won’t Find Anywhere Else.”

“A lot of people called me, texted me, [saying] ‘I’ll take 10 shots for that money,’ ” Rolovich told DailyWire+. “That’s great, I won’t, not right now with what we know and how I feel. Sitting here seven months later, to me, God was right, trusting that feeling and that belief really did end up helping me out.”


ESPN reported that Rolovich told DailyWire+ that he is awaiting a right-to-sue letter from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission before continuing his legal action against WSU.

A $25 million tort claim was filed on Rolovich’s behalf with the state’s Office of Risk Management on April 27. A tort claim is a prerequisite to filing a lawsuit against a state agency, said Brionna Aho, spokesperson for the Office of Attorney General Bob Ferguson.

Chun and the university declined to comment on Rolovich’s interview, ESPN reported.
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Re: Vaccine vs. Mask

Post by Grandma Lynn » Mon Sep 26, 2022 7:38 pm

ddraig wrote:
Fri Sep 09, 2022 4:53 am
It is gonna take 40 years to get these kids and future generations to actually THINK on their own without having a Communist Professor whispering in their ears. I'm rather pessimistic but then I won't be around much longer.
Didn't all this start in the colleges?
The "professors" were spewing all
this garbage years ago.

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Re: Vaccine vs. Mask

Post by bpj » Tue Sep 27, 2022 6:19 am

ddraig wrote:
Thu Sep 22, 2022 12:51 am
douche wrote:
Tue Sep 20, 2022 8:31 pm
seattlefan-daBronx wrote:
Tue Sep 20, 2022 7:30 pm
Please remember to follow these important actions to prevent COVID-19 transmission:
1. Stay home if sick (except to get essential medical care, including COVID-19 testing).
2. Wear a face covering if you are symptomatic or exposed to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
3. Practice healthy hand hygiene: Wash your hands often or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer; avoid touching your face; and cover your cough or sneeze with your arm, not your hands.
This stuff cracks me up. Staying home if sick and washing ones' hands is simply old-fashioned common sense. So the only thing that the 'medical community' can contribute is the idea of wearing a mask. Weak.

https://www.worldometers.info/coronavir ... eath-rate/

I'm not sure how current this webpage is, but according to the article, "So far there has been 1 death every 1,166 people under 65 years old (compared to 1 death every 358 people in the general population). And 89% of the times, the person who died had one or more underlying medical conditions.

It's literally a tenth of a percent. The overreaction and fear mongering was over the top.
I've worked in schools for over 10 years. Common sense is in short supply. I've seen kids come to school with temps over 101 because mom and dad HAVE to work! Thus whatever the little urchin has gets transmitted to other kiddos in the class and the illness lingers on in the classroom for weeks. Hell, I usually have three colds a year because some parent is to stupid or self absorbed to keep their child home.
These days I think it's more by design than by what the parents would prefer.

Parents have to work to put food on the table, and provide health insurance, and pay taxes.

To keep people on that hamster wheel, paying those precious taxes, the government provides glorified daycare (at our expense, of course) in the form of K-12 daily imprisonment from sun up to sun down (if involved in extracurriculars) to keep the future taxpayers occupied and prepare them to enter the workplace like good subjects.

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Re: Vaccine vs. Mask

Post by ddraig » Sun Oct 23, 2022 12:29 am

Grandma Lynn wrote:
Mon Sep 26, 2022 7:38 pm
ddraig wrote:
Fri Sep 09, 2022 4:53 am
It is gonna take 40 years to get these kids and future generations to actually THINK on their own without having a Communist Professor whispering in their ears. I'm rather pessimistic but then I won't be around much longer.
Didn't all this start in the colleges?
The "professors" were spewing all
this garbage years ago.
Yes! It's been going on for decades. And considering the left owns the Education Industry, the media, entertainment, and soon many banks and corporations, we may never dig out of this. It's is pure Fascism at its core. Look up what the word means. It's a marriage of government and industry. And the combinations of what we see now are extremely dangerous. You think you can be cancelled? So what? But then when your monetary accounts are frozen, you lose your job, and the FBI comes knocking, what are you going to do about it? Yes, we are that close.

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