If a person has one foot in a bucket of ice and the other in a bucket of boiling water, a statistician will say on the average they are comfortable.whitedesire wrote: ↑Wed Aug 25, 2021 9:07 pmStatistics statistics statistics that's all I hear and how good they are and yes the rule is anything with a 50% efficacy rating goes on the market, but that still doesn't alter the fact that the death rate is still high and double jabbed people are catching it. To put it in perspective, I never heard or very rarely heard of people who were vaccinated against measles rubella shingles flu need I go on of catching it. There's too many incidences of double jabbed covid cases out there and as for the Chinese version of the jab, we'll.
As for other vaccines, you can now say you have heard of a person vaccinated against shingles who then developed a case. At the time I obtained the vaccine, I knew from doing some research it would not guarantee I wouldn't get it, but it should result in a milder case. About 2 years later when I went to see a dermatologist about a severe rash on my right shoulder blade going under my arm onto my right breast, I was still surprised when he said I had shingles. I will say this, if I had a mild case, I feel very sorry for those that have a serious case - I needed pain medication for 3 months and now over 6 months later, I still have itchiness of the skin on my right shoulder blade if touched - fortunately no longer severe.