so many fans of 4% wrote:
What’s disturbing to me is how many Americans are so unrealistic when it comes to these vaccination efforts.
If every single person in the US were vaccinated, we would have roughly 4% of the global population taken care of. FOUR percent.
Yet everyone on here begging big daddy government to hand down vaccination requirements seems to believe quite deeply that if we just all got vaccinated this would go away. No mutations. No more spread. Poof.
The fact that there is such slow rollout internationally in our ability to reach enough of the worlds populous to stamp out the virus is why I’ve viewed it as a failed attempt from the start. By the time you manufacture, produce, distribute, and jab every person on planet earth you will have a variant to deal with for which additional boosters, changes in formulations, etc will then be needed.
We are on a never ending merry go round at this point. Yet, for some reason, so many of you seem incapable of understanding that it’s not the 100+ million un-vaxxed in the US that are holding back a full return to “normal”. Maybe, just maybe, it could have something to do with the fact that there are billions elsewhere that we might need to consider if you want to stamp this out.
Or we can vaccinate the whole of the US and require people traveling in and out to be vaccinated? But yes I agree that we also need to vaccinate the people around the world because the vaccines are indeed life saving and probably could save millions of lives