Should you invite an ABC ‘expert’ to a report on Xmas parties?

Professor Esterman says he would not take the risk.

“I would say, look, we’ve been friends for 20 years, but unless you have been vaccinated I am not willing to have you in my home.”

For children who are under 12 years of age and are unable to get vaccinated, Professor Esterman says families should weigh up the risk as to whether they should get a test before seeing vulnerable people.

Epidemiologist Mary-Louise McLaws says asking guests to get tested ahead of the event is an alternative.

“So if you are going to go to somebody’s place and you are unvaccinated then at least get a test. At least get a rapid antigen test, and test yourself two days in a row at least.

“Getting vaccinated is not just about yourself, it’s about what we do for the wider community.”

Risk? How can the ‘vaccinated’ be at any risk? I laughed out loud at Esterman’s argument that the ‘fully vaccinated’ are infectious for a “much shorter period of time.” They’ll kill vulnerable grannies for 5.5 days but the unvaccinated are infectious for 7.5 days. No real difference, in other words. The only difference is that the ‘vaccinated’ are allowed to go anywhere at any time. Ergo: they are many times more likely to infect others, including those who cannot best a virus whose survival rate was 99 percent before the ‘vaccines.’

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11 Responses to Should you invite an ABC ‘expert’ to a report on Xmas parties?

  1. Pommyal says:

    More raving insanity unquestionably accepted by the media.
    We’re totally rooted.

  2. Shy Ted says:

    Perfesser Esterman

    I enrolled in an Honours degree in Statistics at the University of Bath, graduating in 1972. This was followed by a Masters degree in Medical Statistics at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine in 1973, supervised by Professor Peter Armitage. I then took up a Junior Research Fellowship at the University of Aberdeen medical school in late 1973 before joining the World Health Organization in 1974. I worked for 5 years at the WHO head office in Geneva, followed by 2 years at the WHO European Regional Office in Copenhagen.

    So, not a doctor, a mathematician.
    And the bint?

    Mary-Louise is an epidemiologist with expertise in hospital infection and infectious diseases control. Her COVID-19 related activities include: member of the World Health Organization

    So, 2 mathematicians whose models are completely wrong. ABC, say no more.

  3. Shy Ted says:

    And WHO swamp creatures.

  4. Entropy says:

    I just had this discussion with Mrs Entropy. My opinion was that it would be bloody rude to ask in the first place, and as practically no one in the whole State has the bug, a risk so incomparably a d ridiculously low it is best to be polite.

    Then the what about ifs started.

  5. Terry says:

    Anyone that [I] would say, “…look, we’ve been friends for 20 years, but unless you have been vaccinated I am not willing to have you in my home.”

    …is NOT and NEVER was a friend.

    Also: anyone that would take advice from these people is also someone you probably would better of avoiding this and every other Christmas. Actually, in general.

  6. Lee says:

    Bud: ‘You can’t come in here!’

    Lou: ‘Why not?’

    Bud: ‘Well because you’re unvaccinated.’

    Lou: ‘But I’m not sick.’

    Bud: ‘It doesn’t matter.’

    Lou: ‘Well, why does that guy get to go in?’

    Bud: ‘Because he’s vaccinated.’

    Lou: ‘But he’s sick!’

    Bud: ‘It’s alright. Everyone in here is vaccinated.’

    Lou: ‘Wait a minute. Are you saying everyone in there is vaccinated?’

    Bud: ‘Yes.’

    Lou: ‘So then why can’t I go in there if everyone is vaccinated?’

    Bud: ‘Because you’ll make them sick.’

    Lou: ‘How will I make them sick if I’m NOT sick and they’re vaccinated.’

    Bud: ‘Because you’re unvaccinated.’

    Lou: ‘But they’re vaccinated.’

    Bud: ‘But they can still get sick.’

    Lou: ‘So what the heck does the vaccine do?’

    Bud: ‘It vaccinates.’

    Lou: ‘So vaccinated people can’t spread covid?’

    Bud: ‘Oh no. They can spread covid just as easily as an unvaccinated person.’

    Lou: ‘I don’t even know what I’m saying anymore. Look. I’m not sick.

    Bud: ‘Ok.’

    Lou: ‘And the guy you let in IS sick.’

    Bud: ‘That’s right.’

    Lou: ‘And everybody in there can still get sick even though they’re vaccinated.’

    Bud: ‘Certainly.’

    Lou: ‘So why can’t I go in again?’

    Bud: ‘Because you’re unvaccinated.’

    Lou: ‘I’m not asking who’s vaccinated or not!’

    Bud: ‘I’m just telling you how it is.’

    Lou: ‘Never mind. I’ll just put on my mask.’

    Bud: ‘That’s fine.’

    Lou: ‘Now I can go in?’

    Bud: ‘Absolutely not?’

    Lou: ‘But I have a mask!’

    Bud: ‘Doesn’t matter.’

    Lou: ‘I was able to come in here yesterday with a mask.’

    Bud: ‘I know.’

    Lou: So why can’t I come in here today with a mask? ….If you say ‘because I’m unvaccinated’ again, I’ll break your arm.’

    Bud: ‘Take it easy buddy.’

    Lou: ‘So the mask is no good anymore.’

    Bud: ‘No, it’s still good.’

    Lou: ‘But I can’t come in?’

    Bud: ‘Correct.’

    Lou: ‘Why not?’

    Bud: ‘Because you’re unvaccinated.’

    Lou: ‘But the mask prevents the germs from getting out.’

    Bud: ‘Yes, but people can still catch your germs.’

    Lou: ‘But they’re all vaccinated.’

    Bud: ‘Yes, but they can still get sick.’

    Lou: ‘But I’m not sick!!’

    Bud: ‘You can still get them sick.’

    Lou: ‘So then masks don’t work!’

    Bud: ‘Masks work quite well.’

    Lou: ‘So how in the heck can I get vaccinated people sick if I’m not sick and masks work?’

    Bud: ‘Third base.’

  7. Wyndham Dix says:

    Not, I think, professors of the kind spoken of by Dr Johnson: He praises the kindness with which he was gratified by the professors of St. Andrews, and “the elegance of lettered hospitality ” with which he was entertained.
    Lettered hospitality

  8. calli says:

    Lee! Ahahahaha!

    One of the greatest comedy sketches of all time.

    Is Omicron the shortstop? 😀

  9. Lee says:

    Well done spotting the link to “Who’s on First”, calli!

  10. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    ABC employees have a pernicious brain disease that I wouldn’t want even my worst enemy to catch.

  11. a reader says:

    Christmas is at my place this year. I have one rule. I don’t bloody care what your vaccination status is, and, if like any other time in human history, you feel sick, maybe don’t come?

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