Fact-Checking Myself

The Premier insists she’ll do what ATAGI says but if that’s at odds with polls, watch the scandal-plagued pseudo-heroine dump the ‘science’ to avoid being honked.

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5 Responses to Fact-Checking Myself

  1. rosie says:

    People are over the pandemic that is over.

  2. Franx says:

    To assume that people are over the pandemic which is over is to assume that there had been a pandemic. Coerced covid jabbing does not a covid pandemic make.

  3. Boxcar says:

    ATGI Rationale for booster.
    It is expected that a booster will increase protection against symptomatic infection and this should lead to a parallel increase in protection against transmission, therefore providing some indirect protection to the wider population. However, evidence to confirm this, and the duration of protection, is awaited.
    Since when has an “expectation” that something “should” provide “some indirect protection” without “evidence”?
    Note that the word “Death” has been avoided completely in their statement.
    Firstly, there is no way this is not deliberate.
    My first thought is that ATAGI no longer considers death a relevant rationale.
    Why then would they recommend a booster based on nothing but ifs, shoulds, and expectations, if prevention of death is not a rationale?
    Then, because ATAGI has declassified death, are we not entitled to assume a zero death position, and start to look at the net benefit of the vaccines.
    There is a famous doctor/scientist/politican in Victoria who preached “if it saves one life”.
    Apparently the “one” is him

  4. Shy Ted says:

    Are there still pubs and restaurants open? News to me.

  5. Chris M says:

    You must live in Melbourne Ted.

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