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Re: Vaccination
« Reply #45 on: July 10, 2022, 08:05:08 pm »

Western brains are still broken:

each new infection gives the virus a possibility to change its structure and become a more challenging disease to prevent.

“Every time it infects someone, there’s a chance it mutates,” said Shane Fernando, an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of North Texas Health Science Center.
Fernando, who has a PhD in epidemiology, said one way to think about variants and subvariants of the original virus is to understand that the virus is trying to mutate so that it can better survive and continue to spread.

“Every hurdle that it comes across, it evolves in order to bypass or surpass that obstacle,” Fernando said.

This should be all the information anyone needs to conclude that the solution is to PREVENT NEW INFECTIONS, and certainly not to insert more and more of the very hurdles that the guy just explained literally help the virus become stronger.

But just a few paragraphs later, we are back to:

Where can I get the COVID-19 vaccine or booster in Fort Worth?