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I know it's too late now for him, sadly.July is before August... but I edited my post now to correct the date.
If people got the jab before then its because they were a healthcare worker, a teacher or they were lucky enough to be in the trail.
-we are both two quick on the draw.I corrected noticed you said 2nd jab
I got J&J so only needed the one apparently. But yeah now a few people are going for their second jabs.-we are both two quick on the draw.
Interesting though because 1 jab should still be providing some sort of immunity.
In some places its been harder to get the vaccination and I know someone who booked because he didn't have a lot of free time, then when he got there they were ignoring the bookings and just doing first come first serve.
The nadir for all-cause mortality risk among never-smokers was estimated from piecewise linear models to be at a BMI of 25 kg/m2
Sure... Also saw that I would only have been able to get a booking now (today actually) so I just went and got it done on the 26th.I know it's too late now for him, sadly.
But I registered on the 15th July, went in as a walk-in on the 19th, no workaround or funny business.
The mistake is that the weight is the correlation - its the underlying condition causing the weight that is the co-morbidityAssociation of BMI with overall and cause-specific mortality
The graphs quite adequately demonstrate the lie that being in the so-called healthy range lowers your mortality risk. I also used to believe that lie.