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Q. When are "estimates in a range" a count?
A. Never.

Q. When is "overcounting" fully- and triple-vaccinated persons as a never- and partially-vaccinated population politically advantageous for FDA clients and democratically elected representatives of the most ignorant, litigious nation on planet?
A. When pharmaceutical prescriptions for escalating "estimates in a range" of moderate and severe COVID-19 cases is demonstrably ineffective.

Vaccine Data Gaps Point to Millions More in U.S. Who Lack Shots

"We don't have any faith in the numbers on the CDC website, and we never refer to them," [James Garrow, a spokesman for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health] said.
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The official U.S. gap between people with just one dose and those who are fully vaccinated -- about 11 percentage points -- far outpaces other nations. The next highest gap discrepancy among G7 nations is the U.K., at 6.7 percentage points, according to the Bloomberg Vaccine Tracker. ... In the European Union, it's just 2.6 percentage points.

State officials say the explanation isn't that Americans are uniquely unlikely to get a second shot but instead that the country's health system, unlike its G-7 peers, is exceptionally fragmented. Each state maintains its own set of data, some have several, and all ["]blend["] their information with data from health providers such as pharmacies and federal programs

by Cat on Mon Dec 20th, 2021 at 03:52:47 AM EST
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