Vaccines don't stop spread. Granny can take the vaccine herself to avoid being killed. It's not anyones child's job to protect any adult from death.
This one poster who he claims he knows better than the author's of the trial article and then it spreads like wildfire. There is no evidence that vaccines don't reduce transmission. Further study is needed on the omicrom variant but it is looking bad.
Of course you're not going to admit to having an agenda outright but luckily enough it's clear to see. Your optimal strategy contains everything other than vaccination which is effectively an admission of an agenda against vaccines. Maybe it's an agenda against science, hard to tell exactly
I mean, sure sticky my post all you want, who knows, I might be right
Stab proof vests don't cover the dorseal muscle so would still be able to get it.
So you agree with lockdowns then?
Reduce spread - not stop it, just to be clear
A bit like how the spread was roughly the same now as it was in January but we are much more open and free now than we were back then, despite a more transmissible variant now than we had back then
If you aren't going to read peoples posts you shouldn't bother commenting
? I said the optimal strategy for protection of yourself is vaccination. What agenda are you talking about?
The Austrian government is due to announce details of a plan to make Covid vaccination compulsory, which according to officials will include a minimum age of at least 14 and a fine over €3,000, but not prison, for holdouts.
The health minister, Wolfgang Mückstein, and the minister for constitutional affairs, Karoline Edtstadler, said this week the specifics were subject to change in talks with experts and opposition parties. However, the scheduling of an announcement for Thursday suggested major shifts were unlikely.
Since the conservative chancellor Karl Nehammer took office on Monday, Mückstein and Edstadler have repeated that there will be no jail terms for those who still refuse to get vaccinated even once this becomes compulsory in February.
In an interview with national broadcaster ORF on Tuesday, Edtstadler stopped short of confirming media reports that the minimum age would be 14, but said the government had received legal advice that it would be hard to set the age lower than that, adding that children below 14 would be exempt.
We have set a maximum fine of 3,600 euros but I emphasise again that we are still in discussions with experts because of course the fine should be dissuasive, but it should not be so dissuasive that we generate more resistance...
While some countries have introduced vaccine requirements for parts of their populations like health workers, Austria is the first European Union member state to announce a general requirement.
There will be exceptions for some categories of people like pregnant women, Edtstadler said.
A news conference with Edtstadler and Mueckstein is due to be held at 1pm, the government announced on Thursday morning.
Austria going the right way.
That isn’t really what I posted at all.
Jaysus yeah, more proof the whole thing isn’t joined up at all!
Something’s gone very wrong when the Department for Justice are going on RTÉ claiming Irish people are criminals for literally following the guidance on the government website!
It’s really wound me up and I haven’t even travelled with these new restrictions.
It's just you have one like from a paper where you said there methodology/results is wrong. It might get the article pulled if you were ,"right"
Don't really see why it's legal to mandate a 15 year old to get a vaccine but not a 13 year old. Surely once vaccines are approved for the age group, it's good to go as the reason to mandate they're giving to mandate it is to reduce the spread.
Again, if you're not going to read my comments don't bother replying to me. I didn't say their methodology or results were wrong.
It might get the article pulled if you were ,"right"
This is extremely rare
Think it's due to age of school you can leave at in Austria. Could be wrong on this.
It happened with the ivermectin papers. So it does happen. And your statements, you are saying they are misrepresenting their results which is academic misconduct.
Wolfgang Muckstain can go and fcuk himself.
Constantly told to follow and trust the science, and I can't imagine there's any science that says you need to mandate for a 15 year old to take it and not a 13 year old. They likely spread it as much. Policy either makes sense or it doesn't, and mandating for some and not others based on age like that is ridiculous.
And your statements, you are saying they are misrepresenting their results which is academic misconduct.
Yes that's what I said. As you can see from the section I highlighted, I'm correct. It isn't misconduct, it's completely normal to not highlight failures in a paper.
Then report to the publishing paper if you believe that you are right. I've found them every helpful anytime I've enquired.
kids do need vaccines
I don't understand why people aren't worried about a virus that had R between 3 and 3.5. This is with a lot of people doubled jabbed. There is the potential to hit us like a tsunami especially if not received a booster.
In essense, we need an aggressive push to get first doses/boosters in everybody by the end of Jan or mark my words, there will be a lockdown.
I don't "believe" I'm right, look at it yourself. They haven't lied about their findings, a retraction is impossible in this case.
There are some people who won't even take a free vaccine for it
I've heard it all, worry about mild myocarditis, sterility, similar to "no athiests in foxholes", there's no antivaxxers in hospital suffering from covid.
"Hook me up to the Toculazamib!"
"Can I take the vaccine now?"
Taxpayer's like myself pay for it.
I'd welcome 5-7% increase in income tax to nationalise the HSE
If this is not a one-off or temporary abberation then Austrians are already in a social credit system.
This is what happens in China, the local authorities intervene and hand out large fines to model behaviour.