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Vaccination Status vs Hospitalization Rates: How Can Anyone Deny This Data?

Let's take another look at the data and those who refuse to believe it.
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Hospitalized Patients Vaccine Status 2021-12-28

New Hampshire

Nearly two-thirds of hospitalized COVID-19 patients in New Hampshire unvaccinated


Case Rates by Vaccination Status

Rate of Hospitalizations Virginia 2021-12-28


COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations, and Deaths by Vaccination Status

Washington COVID-19 Cases, Hospitalizations, and Deaths by Vaccination Status 2021-12-22


Number of confirmed COVID-19 cases hospitalized in Canada from December 14, 2020 to November 27, 2021, by vaccination status

Canada Hospitalizations by Vaccination Status

The facts continually speak for themselves. The best thing you can do for your health and well being is get vaccinated. 

Yet it keeps coming up again.

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Foolishness Never Stops 

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It easy to find one day or one report here or there that is contrary. Fools use such things as proof of something ignoring the overwhelming preponderance of data.

But let's not confuse good medical advice with unconstitutional mandates at the federal level. 

Instead, lets focus on the good news, bad, news and potential best news. 

Bad News 

The bad news is stubborn anti-vaxxers are filling up the hospitals once again. 

Good News 

Fewer of them are dying. (Some extremists may consider that bad news too.)

Potential Best News 

The potential best news in all of this is looking ahead. 

Omicron is so infectious, that many if not most of the unvaccinated are likely to get it. Then if antibodies do what they normally do, this may be the last big wave of hospitalizations and deaths.

Meanwhile, the cure for stupidity and stubbornness is frequently hospitalization and sometimes death, even if the vast majority survive. 

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