- Jan 19, 2009
You jumping through hoops.
Its a myth busting article, it has to be 100% accurate, yes or no?
For me yes, otherwise, you misinforming or pushing an agenda.
If you say, even if its wrong, but because its support my viewpoint I am going to let it slide, that is also a slippery slope.
You are the first to say the science is correct. But dont have a problem if the article is not?
We can disagree about my decision not to get a jab, but we should not on having accurate information
The claim is "I'm not at risk for severe complications so I don't need the vaccine".
So is this a myth or not? Yes or no?
The explanation is " Regardless of your risk, you can still contract the infection and spread to others,..."
Is this true or false? Yes or no?
Then it continues "... so it's important you get vaccinated"
Does being vaccinated reduce your risk of severe complications? Yes or no?
Does being vaccinated reduce the viral load and hence make it less likely for a vaccinated person to pass it on? Yes or no?
Then a recommendation that as many eligible adults get the vaccine. As per medical and government advice. So nothing wrong there.
Can you please answer these and show me what I am missing? I am keen to learn.