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CDZ Discussion on Pfizer Covid Vaccine

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The choice's you make do effect other people, that's the sad thing. Now the numbers of younger people dying & needing hospital treatment are going up.
Proof?

time for you to face facts.

More younger people are being hospitalized with COVID-19
By Josh Gauntt | April 7, 2021 at 5:10 AM CDT - Updated April 7 at 8:37 AM


BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WBRC) - Younger people are now ending up in hospitals around the state and country. It’s a big shift from before.

People between the ages of 20 and 50 are now being hospitalized with COVID-19 at UAB, according to infectious disease expert Dr. Michael Saag. He tells me some of them are having the same issues as older people who were hospitalized several months ago.

Not as many younger people are in the ICU, but Saag says some are dying and calls it a tragedy.

The reason being is that more older Americans have already received a vaccine. Saag says this speaks to the younger folks needing to take COVID-19 more seriously.
More younger people are being hospitalized with COVID-19


More young people are getting hospitalized as Covid variants spread. Here’s what we know
Published Fri, Apr 16 202110:30 AM EDTUpdated Fri, Apr 16 202112:45 PM EDT

Berkeley Lovelace Jr.@BerkeleyJr
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  • CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said earlier this month that hospitals are seeing more younger adults admitted with Covid-19 as more contagious variants spread.
  • Older teens and young adults were among the last prioritized to get the coronavirus vaccines and many of them have yet to receive the shots.
  • Young adults are also thought to be involved in more high-risk behaviors such as playing close-contact sports and going out to bars.
  • Those factors coupled with the highly contagious B.1.1.7 variant are likely driving a surge in young people going to the hospital, health experts say.
More young people are getting hospitalized as Covid variants spread. Here’s what we know

yer welcome.
Here’s some facts. Now pay attention.

PCR test - FAKE
Death numbers - FAKE
Infection rates - FAKE
Fauci - FAKE
Vaccines - FAKE

^^^ FAKE ^^^
Like nearly everything we’ve been told by the establishment, the six foot social distancing is fake too.
Staying 6 feet apart indoors does almost nothing to stop the spread of COVID-19, MIT study finds
Staying 6 feet apart indoors does almost nothing to stop the spread of COVID-19, MIT study finds

not fake, just dduced that 6 ft is not as effective because of the amt of distance now understood to be so small, that droplets from a cough etc travels farther. early research showed it was transmitted thru touching common surfaces as well, but that too evolved.

science evolves & vaccines are totally different.

have you ever gotten polio?
 
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