Science/Environment Anti-vacc Crazies at it again. Post appropriate outrage ITT

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Cops now having a mega-whinge that they might have to get vaccinated.

Ridiculous.
Why are they allowed to work?
It beggars belief that medics,(all kinds), ambo's, doctors, aged care workers, cops are even allowed to have a job out of the office if they are not vaccinated.

Yet they want to force tradies to have the shot?
Libs just like wielding the "I'm a *******" stick.
 

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Cops now having a mega-whinge that they might have to get vaccinated.

Ridiculous.

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Apparently lots of Queensland Police officers are very unhappy with the vaccination mandate. An ex QPS union official estimates that at least 10% of the police service will resign over this.
 

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It wouldn't get past ethics review, but I would love someone to do some research into finding the sweet spot between:

- Having enough people vaccinated so as to mitigate pressure on hospitals and the health system, as well as general spread of the disease and risks of further dangerous mutations.

and

- Allowing enough of a natural 'cull' of the willingly unvaccinated, with all the benefits that would entail.
 

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It wouldn't get past ethics review, but I would love someone to do some research into finding the sweet spot between:

- Having enough people vaccinated so as to mitigate pressure on hospitals and the health system, as well as general spread of the disease and risks of further dangerous mutations.

and

- Allowing enough of a natural 'cull' of the willingly unvaccinated, with all the benefits that would entail.
Right now the Hospitals are busy but not overloaded. People who would normally be in hospital have been sent home and are tended to by District Nurses.
Some nurses have been given a crash course in Covid ICU nursing, ( 2 week online course instead of the normal years training for an ICU Nurse ).

This is under the circumstance of 1% of the population of Hume having Covid and a really small proportion of the other LGA's having it.
64% if Hume has had 1st dose, and 32% fully vaccinated.
All that says is that its got to be a hell of a lot more than it is now.
 

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It wouldn't get past ethics review, but I would love someone to do some research into finding the sweet spot between:

- Having enough people vaccinated so as to mitigate pressure on hospitals and the health system, as well as general spread of the disease and risks of further dangerous mutations.

and

- Allowing enough of a natural 'cull' of the willingly unvaccinated, with all the benefits that would entail.
I think this experiment is being played out as we speak.
What I think we should do in Australia though, is in each state dedicate 1 hospital for unvacicnated Covid cases (it doesn't have to be one of the big hospitals) and put them all in these. Have them staffed with volunteer doctors and nurses and the rest of us can then get on with our lives in safety.
 

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I think this experiment is being played out as we speak.
What I think we should do in Australia though, is in each state dedicate 1 hospital for unvacicnated Covid cases (it doesn't have to be one of the big hospitals) and put them all in these. Have them staffed with volunteer doctors and nurses and the rest of us can then get on with our lives in safety.
We should also have hospitals for smokers and non smokers.

Drunk drivers and non drunk drivers.
 

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I think you're attempting to trivialise a very critical public health issue.
Smokers, drug abusers, alcoholics, obesity have been critical public health issues for years but because they are not politically motivated people have not suggested separate hospitals for these health issues.
 

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Smokers, drug abusers, alcoholics, obesity have been critical public health issues for years but because they are not politically motivated people have not suggested separate hospitals for these health issues.
Don’t think those conditions are contagious as covid
 

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This is beautifully reasoned & articulated



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I tend to think that people who are fanatical, will easily become fanatical for others.
If a fanatical Christian was convinced to become a Muslim they would become a fanatical Muslim.
There are no shades of grey in between.
 

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