DocLightning wrote:dtw2hyd wrote:That "was" the prevailing opinion, "science in this matter" actually differs.
If you can show me a juried, peer-reviewed article that demonstrates this, then yes.
Video description has links to several studies. Not sure those are juried and/or peer-reviewed.
Let me ask the same question.
Coronavirus has been there for more than a century, SARS V1 has been studied for 20 years.
First COVID-19 vaccine was administered to humans on July 27, 2020.
How did experts come up with the theory that synthetic immunity lasts longer than natural immunity?
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101 ... 8.416636v1
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/26/heal ... cines.html
I think anti-vaxxers are less than 5% of population. If they want to die, it is their personal choice.
Rest of the hesitancy is either fear of needles (or) the way development, testing and EUA rushed compared all previous vaccines.
Both can be addressed without offering free dates or rides
Offer nasal spray, vaccination rates will jump by 15%(personal opinion)
FDA full approval another 10% (personal opinion)
Offering weed(Washington), Lotto(Ohio), Trucks and Guns(West Virginia), Krispy Kreme donuts, free lamination and even a date with Fauci is not going to reduce hesitancy.