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Coronavirus and Walt Disney World general discussion

TrainChasers

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But if that were the case, then there would’ve been more guests effected in this outbreak. The fact that it is 95% crew seems to indicate it spread amongst the crew.
Maybe. I would think crew would have more interactions with guests then fellow guests do. Even in normal times I don’t remember many interactions with guests on cruises... but I remember many interactions with crew members.
 

GoofGoof

Premium Member
Maybe. I would think crew would have more interactions with guests then fellow guests do. Even in normal times I don’t remember many interactions with guests on cruises... but I remember many interactions with crew members.
I would think the majority of the crew never interacts with guests. Lots of people cooking and cleaning and maintaining the ship. Similar to a hotel where most of the staff isn’t direct customer facing.
 

TrainChasers

Well-Known Member
I would think the majority of the crew never interacts with guests. Lots of people cooking and cleaning and maintaining the ship. Similar to a hotel where most of the staff isn’t direct customer facing.
Would you say a majority of Disney World CM’s never interact with guests?
 

TeriofTerror

Well-Known Member
Here is the weekly report from the Florida DOH (data published 5:05pm).

The number of new deaths reported from last report to this report is 1,071.

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Data specifically for Orange County -

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It's been a while since I've said it, so I'll say it again: you've been a reliable and valued resource throughout this. Thank you for all you do.
 

Disney Analyst

Well-Known Member

Here’s an excerpt, worth a read:


In his nearly 30 years studying vaccines, Paul Goepfert, M.D., director of the Alabama Vaccine Research Clinic at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, has never seen any vaccine as effective as the three COVID vaccines — from Pfizer, Moderna, and Johnson & Johnson — currently available in the United States.

“A 90 percent decrease in risk of infections, and 94 percent effectiveness against hospitalization for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines is fantastic,” he said.

But what makes vaccine experts such as Goepfert confident that COVID vaccines are safe in the long term? We have all seen billboards and TV infomercials from law firms seeking people harmed by diet drugs or acid-reflux medicines for class-action lawsuits. What makes Goepfert think that scientists would not discover previously unsuspected problems caused by COVID vaccines in the years ahead?

There are several reasons, actually. Vaccines, given in one- or two-shot doses, are very different from medicines that people take every day, potentially for years. And decades of vaccine history — plus data from more than a billion people who have received COVID vaccines starting last December — provide powerful proof that there is little chance that any new dangers will emerge from COVID vaccines.
 

Thelazer

Well-Known Member

" Vaccines, given in one- or two-shot doses, are very different from medicines that people take every day, potentially for years. "

That's really really REALLY stretching it here, as a reason why an unsuspected problem caused by them might not pop up.

The "Decades of vaccine history" is also.. um, not reassuring, as there is literally NOT a decade of history on THIS Vax.
 

mmascari

Well-Known Member
That's really really REALLY stretching it here, as a reason why an unsuspected problem caused by them might not pop up.

The "Decades of vaccine history" is also.. um, not reassuring, as there is literally NOT a decade of history on THIS Vax.
Sure, after dozens of daily doses, how do we know the kidneys will be able to filter out all the nanobots and prevent a catastrophic build up.
 

helenabear

Well-Known Member
That's really really REALLY stretching it here, as a reason why an unsuspected problem caused by them might not pop up.

The "Decades of vaccine history" is also.. um, not reassuring, as there is literally NOT a decade of history on THIS Vax.
Which vaccine specifically? The two mRNA vaccines which have decades (3 decades) of history including a past coronavirus or the others which are traditional vaccines? Or are you worried every year that flu shots vary a little?
It amazes me how quick people want to latch on fear based incorrect info.

"we actually have far more safety data than we have had for any other vaccine, and these COVID vaccines have an incredible safety track record. There should be confidence in that.”
 

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