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Have You Gotten Your Covid Vaccine? Thread.

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K1052

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Seems no one wants to come off unemployment if they don't have to. I don't blame them, why work when you can make more right now staying at home.
We're seeing a little of this but mostly our former employees have left the industry, moved, or are working elsewhere/gone back to school and don't wish to return. Being laid off for most of a year seems also to have made lots people rethink what they want in their lives and for a lot to them the answer is often not more years in the service industry.
 

esquared

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Sigh. A whole page of replies to the ignored user. People stop feeding the troll!!!!!!!!!!
Exactly. I put this asshole on ignore within a week of his appearance on p&n. I knew this is what he would become.
Quit feeding the troll.
 

MtnMan

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It kind of makes sense - you know how people who are too similar tend to dislike each other? This guy is displaying similar sociopathic traits as Trump, so maybe it’s two similar people repelling each other.
In the same vein as the over the top vocal homophobic republican politician, busted paying for gay sex.
 
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Zorba

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In most states parents can sign a waiver base on personal and or religious objection and not vaccinate their kids. Good luck actually changing laws in most of those states. As for health care, you can't deny someone care base on the fact they are not vaccinated. It's basically nothing but wishful thinking that such thing is possible in US. The only countries that can do it is totalitarian like for example in middle east. Israel instituted green passport but they are able to do it because it's basically military state.
Healthcare employees, not those seeking care. But non-emergency can deny anyone they want for care. My Daughter's office won't see any antivaxers, period.

I think most states require more than "I don't wanna" for schools and daycares.
 

weblooker2021

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Healthcare employees, not those seeking care. But non-emergency can deny anyone they want for care. My Daughter's office won't see any antivaxers, period.

I think most states require more than "I don't wanna" for schools and daycares.
Yes it works exactly how i described it. Here is an example of a waiver https://azdhs.gov/documents/preparedness/epidemiology-disease-control/immunization/school-childcare/religious-belief-exemption.pdf

 

kt

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You seemed to have missed the most relevant part on the form:

"I am aware that in the event the state or county health department declares an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease for which I cannot provide proof of immunity for my child, he or she may not be allowed to attend child care until the risk period ends, which may be 3 weeks or longer."
 

weblooker2021

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You seemed to have missed the most relevant part on the form:

"I am aware that in the event the state or county health department declares an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease for which I cannot provide proof of immunity for my child, he or she may not be allowed to attend child care until the risk period ends, which may be 3 weeks or longer."
I didn't missed it. Yes i am aware that it can and does happen. During that time, school must provide necessary school work for student to do at home.
 

Zorba

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Pretty sure it depends on the state. Also pretty sure COVID would fall under the "outbreak" category and your little snowflake would have to stay home.
 

weblooker2021

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Pretty sure it depends on the state. Also pretty sure COVID would fall under the "outbreak" category and your little snowflake would have to stay home.
Yes it depends on the state but most states have an option for the waiver. Yes at this time it would still be in outbreak category but eventually it will end and school will not be able to refuse the waiver.
 

Zorba

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Yes it depends on the state but most states have an option for the waiver. Yes at this time it would still be in outbreak category but eventually it will end and school will not be able to refuse the waiver.
I don't really give a shit if the outbreak is over, until then keep the snowflake spawn out of school if they won't get vaccinated (once available).
 

Commodus

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Yes it depends on the state but most states have an option for the waiver. Yes at this time it would still be in outbreak category but eventually it will end and school will not be able to refuse the waiver.
Keep in mind that it will eventually end... once enough people are vaccinated and the disease fizzles out as a result. It'll happen in spite of you, not because of you.
 
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Amol S.

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Keep in mind that it will eventually end... once enough people are vaccinated and the disease fizzles out as a result. It'll happen in spite of you, not because of you.
I did not. Still don't feel much after waking up. Looks like I'm the lucky one.
 

fskimospy

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Yes it depends on the state but most states have an option for the waiver. Yes at this time it would still be in outbreak category but eventually it will end and school will not be able to refuse the waiver.
The good news is that New York, California, and a few other states offer exemptions only for medical reasons, and California has really cracked down on even medical exemptions.

It's nice to see that states are starting to crack down on the anti-vaxx nutcases. It's shameful that they are allowed to not only harm their own children by denying them vaccination but endanger others.
 

Commodus

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Finally got my first dose yesterday. Pfizer! About half a day in and the only side-effect is a sore arm, so I'm doing pretty well all things considered. The second shot will be the 'fun' part.
 

weblooker2021

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The good news is that New York, California, and a few other states offer exemptions only for medical reasons, and California has really cracked down on even medical exemptions.

It's nice to see that states are starting to crack down on the anti-vaxx nutcases. It's shameful that they are allowed to not only harm their own children by denying them vaccination but endanger others.
You mean Democratic states? Majority of the states will never change their laws.
 

VRAMdemon

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My teenage daughter and I got our first Pfizer shots today. I waited to get mine until my daughter was eligible so I could be there with her. The wife has been fully vaccinated for about a month now with the Moderna vaccine. Soreness in the the injection area for both of us is all.
 
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