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Florida COVID Cases Drop As Vaccinations Increase

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by JonC, Oct 14, 2021.

  1. JonC

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    I don't think you have any excuse to fall for the cum hoc, ergo propter hoc fallacy.
     
  3. JonC

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    I am not. I am saying we have seen the same senerio happen again and again. Were it a one instance then you might have a reason to doubt.

    But we have witnessed covid deaths fall as vacvine rates increase while they climb in areas vaccines are fewer.

    You remind me of Horatio Nelson.
     
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    4.3% give me a break. Not a significant enough change nor is it a long enough time span to determine causation. Just s whole lot of wishful thinking.
     
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    Sure it is.

    This is just one case. Locations with increasing vaccinations are experiencing decreased covid deaths while locations with lower vacvinations are fairing poorly.

    Also, you consider the .0021% post covid vaccination mortality (regardless of causation) dangerously high. By your logic 4.3% is astronomical.
     
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