Amazon, apple, cbs, Viacom, wellsfargo all pushing back return to work in office
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There was doctor on TV talking about sturgus, said 40 of his patients vaccinated in January and February are showing no antibodies for covid so there is some question about how long does vaccine really work
You do not have immunity just because you had covid once (British medical journal), you can get again and be very sick. Also studies have shown vaccine effectiveness goes down about 8% every 4 to 6 months. Yes I have know people who had covid twice, 1 person was more serious second time. There is to much they don’t know about covid
@1qge+1cbqYXyM. I agree with you only if someone is not vaccinated yet and never had covid to get a vaccine right away. Problem is people with natural immunity don't have to. According to the latest study out of Israel, natural immunity is 6.7 times stronger than the vaccine.
Hospitals are filling up because people still haven’t gotten vaccinated. Get vaccinated. If people had this attitude about the polio vaccine, you’d see a lot of people still hobbling around in those leg braces, mostly living in Texas, Florida, and Missouri, wailing, “oh, I wish I didn’t have polio! Give me the vaccine!” Too late, chump.
You’re not going to get autism at 56 years old. Just get vaccinated so this can all be over.
Now's the time to start holding onto your PTO days and use them on your scheduled days to the office.
I don’t see why they rush back if everything worked out fine
Houston (Harris County) issued a severe level one COVID alert today. To call employees back to work would be absolutely reckless. Hospitals and ICUs are filling up with patients being turned away