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Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

lazyboy97o

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“Weeks, not months” before full approval is given.

That’ll remove another one of the anti-vaxx arguments and provide some cover for more employers to require it.
“It was expedited.”
 

ImperfectPixie

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The Oasis of Yellow in the northeast keeps shrinking. Outside of extremely rural counties, I'd expect just about the entire country to be at least at "orange" level within a week.

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I think it might not even take a week...just took this snapshot.

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oceanbreeze77

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That’ll remove another one of the anti-vaxx arguments
you underestimate them
 

hopemax

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How was Black Widow? Glad to hear Jungle Book was worth it. So hate when a movie is done about a attraction and it turns out really bad.. Haunted Mansion.. Country Bears..etc.
I'm not the best one to ask about Marvel movies, they are more my DH's thing, but it was popcorn movie enjoyable. Especially when we realized the last movie we had seen in the theater was Rise of Skywalker. The pacing was good, it was funny, and the characters interacted well together. But one it's best not to think about plot too much, and just go with the flow.
 

helenabear

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Well... it’s a quote from the article.

I hope not. nobody should be forced to get a vaccine they don’t want to get.
Not a direct quote. Again please realize what they are saying is expedited is the paperwork/red tape so to speak. Every single aspect that matters has not been at all. I get tired of the implications people make with this. They never said in that article "it was expidited" at least not what my CTRL+F could see.

Unlike you, I've lost my patience with people. I don't give a flip who mandates what. In order to end this crap, we'll likely have to put pressure on others. If they have zero excuse outside of listening to conspiracies or overblown stories then it's time to grow up and get your vaccine. Trying to be nice has not worked. We mandate other vaccines so I don't care anymore. I will offer a helping and calming hand/voice/whatever, but enough is enough.
 

Phil12

Well-Known Member
Well... it’s a quote from the article.

I hope not. nobody should be forced to get a vaccine they don’t want to get.
Mandatory vaccinations already exist in the USA for children to enter the school system. It is done for public health to eliminate such diseases as measles, mumps, rubella, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, rabies, hepatitis B, rotavirus, haemophilus, influenza type B and tuberculosis.

There is no valid reason not to make the COVID-19 vaccine compulsory.
 

GoofGoof

Premium Member
Mandatory vaccinations already exist in the USA for children to enter the school system. It is done for public health to eliminate such diseases as measles, mumps, rubella, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, rabies, hepatitis B, rotavirus, haemophilus, influenza type B and tuberculosis.

There is no valid reason not to make the COVID-19 vaccine compulsory.
True statement. We all have to remember that we were all given vaccines as children that we really had no choice but to get. Once kids are approved this one should be added to the list for school attendance. Even under EUA I have no issue with employers or colleges requiring it.
 

Angel Ariel

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Can somebody explain Hawaii? High vaccination, strict mitigation measures (testing required for travelers, etc.) but substantial to high community transmission depending on the island.
Didnt CDC just indicate that delta is significantly more transmissable - as easily as chicken pox - even among the vaccinated? So what is there to explain? Highly transmissable virus even among the vaccinated + very limited land mass…it shouldn’t bw surprising. Vaccine doesn’t eliminate transmissability - it reduces symptoms and prevents hospitalization and death.
 

Tay

Well-Known Member
Are you from the US? If so, it would be our first lockdown. Last year was a "stay at home suggestion" at best.

Also, no.
Lol yeah and I live in the south. No one here took this thing serious ever. It’s honestly hilarious to me how people call it a lockdown but I’m tired of arguing with people so I just call it that.
 

Tay

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Mandatory vaccinations already exist in the USA for children to enter the school system. It is done for public health to eliminate such diseases as measles, mumps, rubella, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, rabies, hepatitis B, rotavirus, haemophilus, influenza type B and tuberculosis.

There is no valid reason not to make the COVID-19 vaccine compulsory.
Anti vaxxers “forget” they are vaccinated since they try to make sense of why they don’t vaccinate their kids. There are loopholes that allow unvaccinated children to go to public school. I hope they amend it and make it 100% mandatory they have to be vaccinated.
 

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