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posted ago by MrPussyWhiskers ago by MrPussyWhiskers +20 / -0

Total new cases: 11,582

Unvaxxed: 1,554

Vaxxed: 9,255

And for the resident propagandists who were crying about the rate per 100 k

Unvaxxed: 57.83

Vaxxed: 81.37

Some of the vaxx whores on Reddit have stopped charting vaccine effectiveness against confirmed case because vaccine effectiveness has been negative for a couple of weeks now. You're more likely to get covid if you're vaccinated. But you go ahead and line up for that booster. Your thumping heart and clotted brain will thank you.

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tuchodi -5 points ago +1 / -6

receiving a the first shot

There aren't very many of those. 12% of the population of Ontario is considered unvaccinated - see "All eligible Ontarians" at https://covid-19.ontario.ca/data. And that number isn't changing very fast. There aren't many people in that 2 week slot.

Most people who can and want to get vaccinated have started the process, and the vast majority of them started more than two weeks ago - see "Daily and total vaccinations over time" and "Total doses administered", cumulative, graph, on the above web page.

So you are talking about a few people. After 14 days they are counted as "partially vaccinated"

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yuppa 4 points ago +4 / -0

You are wrong. You are considered unvaxxinated for 2 weeks after ANY shot, second or booster included.

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tuchodi -4 points ago +1 / -5

Nope.

"Partially vaccinated

A person who received:

    only the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine series (for example, Pfizer or Moderna) approved by Health Canada, or
    only the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine series, not approved by Health Canada, or
    2 doses of a COVID-19 vaccine, not approved by Health Canada
    1 dose of a Health Canada-approved vaccine, followed by a dose of a non- Health Canada approved vaccine."

https://covid-19.ontario.ca/data/covid-19-case-data-glossary

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yuppa 1 point ago +1 / -0

that doesn't dispute my knowledge at all. Your definition of partially vaccinated is fine. I'm saying they classify anyone within 2 weeks of getting a shot as unvaccinated. My mom got sick 1 week after her second shot and is considered unvaccinated if she should go to the hospital.. Now if she went to the hospital on the 15th day after her most recent shot she would be considered vaccinated.

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tuchodi -3 points ago +1 / -4

1 week after her second shot and is considered unvaccinated

According to you. By the Ontario definitions I gave you she - and everyone else who is not yet 14 days past their second shot - is partially vaccinated

So she is "partially vaccinated" for one more week.

And if you're going to reply that "no she's unvaccinated" supply a link that backs you up. No more "just because I said so".

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tuchodi -5 points ago +1 / -6

There will be a substantial percentage that sees through the nonsense

Time will tell. Hold on to that prediction.