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So why are schools closing when as of 6/21/21 among the 74 million school age children (under 18) there were ONLY 209 deaths?

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What about all those adults in the schools? What about allowing virus mutations by continued spread?

In a Florida school district 13 people died with the first three weeks of school.

True, but they were not students and did not likely get it from students, since kids have natural immunity.
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At least 13 staff members within the Miami-Dade County public school district have died due to coronavirus since the middle of last month, a union leader said.
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But that is out of 20,000 members.
 

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How many dead kids (not to mention teachers and staff) are enough for you?

The death rate of kids likely would be higher if not in school, since then they would ranging further and making more contact with strangers, in parks, stores, etc.
 

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The death rate of kids likely would be higher if not in school,
Pure nonsense as usual.

Our Kremlin stooge wants as many infected as possible.

Putin smiles
 
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You wrote "And many have died". Is 4,177 too many?
Is 1 too many? 439 died. And most died because of obesity, diabetes, breathing issues.
But is 439 too many to keep kids from committing suicide?
One is too many.

439 is WAY too many...especially when something as simple as masks can prevent that
 

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Pretty damn simple! Understand the FACTS Otto!
1) Actually 94% of COVID deaths are because the patient was:
a) Obese , or b) diabetic, or c)smoker, d) had some other issue.
Several comorbidities, such as hypertension, ischemic heart disease, and obesity were present in the vast majority of patients. Our findings reveal that causes of death were directly related to COVID-19 in the majority of decedents, while they appear not to be an immediate result of preexisting health conditions and comorbidities. We therefore suggest that the majority of patients had died of COVID-19 with only contributory implications of preexisting health conditions to the mechanism of death.
2) What is the average age of school teacher and is an important question regarding "deaths"...44.5. check the link!
total USA deaths 658,754
a) under age 17 439 or 0.000666%
b) age 40-49 23,501 or 3.%
So those teachers age 44.5 or 3% of them should have been vaccinated, or not suffer from comorbidity.
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How many dead Americans are enough dead Americans for you? Present death rate from Covid is 1.6% If everyone in the nation caught the Covid, that would be about 5 million dead Americans. Already we have seen more Americans dead from the Covid than died in the Civil War. Trampanzees like you are responsible for about 500,000 of those deaths. Almost all of present deaths are among the unvaccinated. And apparently you think killing off grandma and grandpa is just fine. And children, also. I despise people like you.
 

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At least 13 staff members within the Miami-Dade County public school district have died due to coronavirus since the middle of last month, a union leader said.
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But that is out of 20,000 members.
That's actually 15 dead...in one month. Extrapolated over a year that's about 170. Not an insignificant number.

I'd be curious where that 20,000 number came from but cnsidering the poster it probably came directly out of his ass.
 

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Pure nonsense as usual.

Our Kremlin stooge wants as many infected as possible.

Putin smiles

Wrong.
In school they contact only those they know and trust.
Outside of school they would be bored and making far more contact with strangers.
 

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One is too many.

439 is WAY too many...especially when something as simple as masks can prevent that

Time and time again it has been proven that masks only help for the first half hour, until the saliva droplets evaporate and release all the trapped viruses.
 

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In school they contact only those they know and trust.
I don't know what schools are like in Russia...but in this country they are breeding grounds for all SORTS of bugs.

Kids spread germs like human petrie dishes in schools.
 

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Time and time again it has been proven that masks only help for the first half hour, until the saliva droplets evaporate and release all the trapped viruses.
More bullshit. Hey...give us a link to that retard
 

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How many dead Americans are enough dead Americans for you? Present death rate from Covid is 1.6% If everyone in the nation caught the Covid, that would be about 5 million dead Americans. Already we have seen more Americans dead from the Covid than died in the Civil War. Trampanzees like you are responsible for about 500,000 of those deaths. Almost all of present deaths are among the unvaccinated. And apparently you think killing off grandma and grandpa is just fine. And children, also. I despise people like you.

Wrong.
Since there are almost half the people getting infected who are asymptomatic and do not even know it, we are reporting a death rate at least double what it really is.
And herd immunity would end covid is even 70% got it, so even Fauci estimated only 2.4 million dead.
And his estimate was way too high because he was using a death rate based mostly on deaths over 70.
If we deliberately infected volunteers under 40, the death rate is reduced by a factor of 400.
That reduced Fauci's 2.4 million to only 6,000 dead total, before herd immunity ends it entirely.

So then the people responsible for all the deaths except for the first 60,000 or so, are those who pushed for "flattening the curve", and preventing herd immunity.
 

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That's actually 15 dead...in one month. Extrapolated over a year that's about 170. Not an insignificant number.

I'd be curious where that 20,000 number came from but considering the poster it probably came directly out of his ass.

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Schools467
Students356,086[1] (4th-largest in U.S.)
Teachers18,275

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There is no reason to suspect any of the infections that lead to deaths had anything to do with the schools.
They likely are the safest place to be.
Apartment buildings likely are much riskier, especially with shared HVAC systems.
 

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I don't know what schools are like in Russia...but in this country they are breeding grounds for all SORTS of bugs.

Kids spread germs like human petrie dishes in schools.

Wrong.
Kids are inherently immune, and almost none are symptomatic or spreading it.
 

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More bullshit. Hey...give us a link to that retard


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Do masks actually work? The best studies suggest they don't​

Kaylee McGhee White 8/12/2021
Do masks actually work? The best studies suggest they don't
https://twitter.com/share?url=http://a.msn.com/05/en-us/AANfurl?ocid=st&text=Do+masks+actually+work?+The+best+studies+suggest+they+don't&original_referer=http://a.msn.com/05/en-us/AANfurl?ocid=st
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Over at City Journal, Jeffrey Anderson has written a very interesting article that dives into many of the studies our public health officials have used to justify mask-wearing. Now that the mask debate is back in full swing as several cities and states reimplement mask mandates, it’s worth asking, as Anderson does: How effective are masks really?
Anderson cites multiple medical studies on masking that fall into one of two categories: observational studies or randomized controlled trials, dubbed RCTs. He notes that much of the scientific community has based its masking guidance on observational studies rather than RCTs. (Note: Anderson is referencing cloth and surgical masks, not N95 respirators).

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for example, released a press release highlighting an observational study that focused on two COVID-19-positive hairstylists in Missouri. Both stylists were showing symptoms but wore masks while serving 139 customers, most of whom were also masked. The result was that the 67 customers who subsequently chose to get tested for COVID-19 tested negative, and the 72 other customers reported showing no symptoms.

But as Anderson notes, there are several glaring problems with this study. First and foremost, it did not have a control group.

Anderson writes:

Nobody has any idea how many people, if any, would have been infected had no masks been worn in the salon. Late last year, at a gym in Virginia in which people apparently did not wear masks most of the time, a trainer tested positive for the coronavirus. As CNN reported, the gym contacted everyone whom the trainer had coached before getting sick — 50 members in all — “but not one member developed symptoms."
This is why the trials are more reliable: They compare one variable group to a control group to determine just how effective the variable is. But besides the occasional brief mention, the CDC has not bothered to cite or mention any of the trials regarding masking. Why? Because, as Anderson says, “They don’t like what the RCTs show.”

He goes on to cite several trials conducted over the past several years, each of which found that cloth masks and surgical masks offer very little to no benefit at all.
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Do masks actually work? The best studies suggest they don't​

Kaylee McGhee White 8/12/2021
Do masks actually work? The best studies suggest they don't
https://twitter.com/share?url=http://a.msn.com/05/en-us/AANfurl?ocid=st&text=Do+masks+actually+work?+The+best+studies+suggest+they+don't&original_referer=http://a.msn.com/05/en-us/AANfurl?ocid=st
https://web.whatsapp.com/send?text=http://a.msn.com/05/en-us/AANfurl?ocid=sw


Over at City Journal, Jeffrey Anderson has written a very interesting article that dives into many of the studies our public health officials have used to justify mask-wearing. Now that the mask debate is back in full swing as several cities and states reimplement mask mandates, it’s worth asking, as Anderson does: How effective are masks really?
Anderson cites multiple medical studies on masking that fall into one of two categories: observational studies or randomized controlled trials, dubbed RCTs. He notes that much of the scientific community has based its masking guidance on observational studies rather than RCTs. (Note: Anderson is referencing cloth and surgical masks, not N95 respirators).

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, for example, released a press release highlighting an observational study that focused on two COVID-19-positive hairstylists in Missouri. Both stylists were showing symptoms but wore masks while serving 139 customers, most of whom were also masked. The result was that the 67 customers who subsequently chose to get tested for COVID-19 tested negative, and the 72 other customers reported showing no symptoms.

But as Anderson notes, there are several glaring problems with this study. First and foremost, it did not have a control group.

Anderson writes:


This is why the trials are more reliable: They compare one variable group to a control group to determine just how effective the variable is. But besides the occasional brief mention, the CDC has not bothered to cite or mention any of the trials regarding masking. Why? Because, as Anderson says, “They don’t like what the RCTs show.”

He goes on to cite several trials conducted over the past several years, each of which found that cloth masks and surgical masks offer very little to no benefit at all.
...}
Who the fuck is Jeffrey Anderson?

Jesus dude. That was lame

Oh and THIS was the lie you were supposed to be documenting Vlad

"Time and time again it has been proven that masks only help for the first half hour, until the saliva droplets evaporate and release all the trapped viruses."

Instead you give us twitter and some retard?
 

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my grandson has covid. he had a little fever for a day and now feels like he is on vacation away from school.

he swims and rides a dirt bike (lots of sun in fl.) it is all about the vitamin D level.
 

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Who the fuck is Jeffrey Anderson?

Jesus dude. That was lame

Oh and THIS was the lie you were supposed to be documenting Vlad

"Time and time again it has been proven that masks only help for the first half hour, until the saliva droplets evaporate and release all the trapped viruses."

Instead you give us twitter and some retard?

That was a valid article.
But if you want anther, the supply is infinite.

{...
An email Dr. Anthony Fauci sent in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic is reinvigorating outrage about face masks. In the email, first obtained by the Washington Post and BuzzFeed News via public records requests, Fauci said that masks “are not really effective” at keeping out COVID-19.

The longtime director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases wrote, “Masks are really for infected people to prevent them from spreading infection to people who are not infected rather than protecting uninfected people from acquiring infection.”

Dr. Fauci added that a “typical mask you buy in the drug store” doesn’t really keep the virus out, because the particles pass through the material, but said it might “provide some slight benefit … if someone coughs or sneezes on you.”
...}

 

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"Time and time again it has been proven that masks only help for the first half hour, until the saliva droplets evaporate and release all the trapped viruses."
That was your stupid claim retard.

Document it or admit you're a liar
 

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my grandson has covid. he had a little fever for a day and now feels like he is on vacation away from school.

he swims and rides a dirt bike (lots of sun in fl.) it is all about the vitamin D level.
But wait!

RIgby says kids can't get covid.

Your grandson was lucky. You were lucky he didn't give it to you
 

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