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(NJ.com)   Bad news NY Jets fans, Dr. Fauci says there is a good chance you'll be able to watch the team lose their games in person next season   (nj.com) divider line
    More: Obvious, Infectious disease, Vaccination, Johns Hopkins University, Johns Hopkins, Vaccine, sports world, Yahoo Sports, Dr. Anthony Fauci  
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2020-12-01 7:26:40 PM  
He's going with the hope that the vaccine/s work and people get the vaccine...and there is no horror show involving deaths caused by the vaccines. I think it's more reasonable to expect that it'll take until summer to see if the vaccines work and how many people are actually being vaccinated. At that point then we can project when things like full stadiums are possible.
 
2020-12-01 7:40:07 PM  
Fark won't have a return to normal for years.
 
2020-12-01 8:58:05 PM  

bfh0417: Fark won't have a return to normal for years.


Was it ever normal?
 
2020-12-01 9:33:25 PM  

kdawg7736: bfh0417: Fark won't have a return to normal for years.

Was it ever normal?


It's his first year.
 
2020-12-02 8:44:56 AM  
Thank goodness. The cardboard cutouts have suffered enough!
 
2020-12-02 8:53:18 AM  

Birnone: He's going with the hope that the vaccine/s work and people get the vaccine...and there is no horror show involving deaths caused by the vaccines. I think it's more reasonable to expect that it'll take until summer to see if the vaccines work and how many people are actually being vaccinated. At that point then we can project when things like full stadiums are possible.


Assuming the vaccine works, I don't give a shiat about people who intentionally choose not to get it at that point.
 
2020-12-02 9:14:14 AM  
If I want to watch another young QB suffer a career-ending injury, I'll watch the slo-mo replay on ESPN, thanks.
 
2020-12-02 11:39:09 AM  

Birnone: He's going with the hope that the vaccine/s work and people get the vaccine...and there is no horror show involving deaths caused by the vaccines. I think it's more reasonable to expect that it'll take until summer to see if the vaccines work and how many people are actually being vaccinated. At that point then we can project when things like full stadiums are possible.


A) People who don't get the vaccine should be specifically forbidden to show up.  Games, concerts, etc.  Anything involving a large amount of people in a tiny area like that need to be banned.  Ergo, that's a non-factor.

B) People dying from the vaccine is going to happen.  The amount of lives saved will be more than worth it.  I read an article about a year ago about vaccinations in the middle east for a disease (I can't remember what it was.  Small pox?  Tuberculosis?  Something else?) where more people die from the vaccine than the actual virus.  But it's still IMMENSELY worth it because of how deadly the actual virus is and how quickly it spreads.  It's an acceptable risk.

C) We know the vaccine(s) work(s).  I don't understand your point.  We may need boosters in the future, but further research will go into that.
 
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