SFour wrote:K-DOT wrote:SFour wrote:
you need to come up with a better analogy
And you need to come up with a better reason to not do the bare minimum than "but freedom"
I'm god damn sick of this pandemic, and people like Kyrie are only making it take longer, and ensuring that we won't be rid of Covid anytime soon. I'm not sorry that I'm out of sympathy for people who are so selfish and lazy that they can't take a few minutes of their time to get a vaccine but cower behind buzzwords like "pro-choice" and "freedom" and "patriotism" and what not
Respect is a two way street, and people like Kyrie clearly doesn't respect the rest of us because he can't be bothered to take a few minutes of their time to get vaccinated so we can end the pandemic, so I don't have to respect them back. I literally can't stress enough how little effort we're asking them to put into this that they're refusing because they don't like being told what to do. Which is how toddlers behave.
what's going to end covid...please enlighten me, 100% vaccination? The NBA has a vaccination rate of 95% but that's not enough for you....so what do you expect from the general human population?
There are Eastern* European countries with less than 40% vaccination rate and the people there have moved on with their lives, they live normally, their main concern is that the elderly are vaccinated.....meanwhile in America or Canada it seems like normal life isn't allowed to continue unless there's an unrealistic 100% vaccination rate...I find that crazy.
Wait so you think it's crazy that the U.S. would prefer it's pubic health response more closely resemble countries like France, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Portugal, or Ireland that have vaccination rates of well over 80% or 90% and have indeed removed their restrictions as a result of a massively successful vaccine rollout campaign? You think it's more reasonable that the U.S. and Canada aspire to be like Romania and Bulgaria with have vaccination rates lower than 40% and are currently experiencing their worst outbreaks of the pandemic?