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Old 07-16-2021, 01:12 PM   #856
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Weren't we well over 1 million a day for awhile?
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Old 07-17-2021, 08:42 AM   #857
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Weren't we well over 1 million a day for awhile?
I think the peak was something like 3.5 million but it makes sense that the daily numbers would drop as those of us who went out of our way to get the vaccine were taken care of.

Half a million shots per day is still not bad but that too will decline unless the Delta variant starts to really impact the reticent and their families/friends.

That's about one Atlanta per day getting a single dose right now.

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Old 07-20-2021, 08:43 AM   #858
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What is clear is that the vaccine won't 100% prevent you from testing positive, however, your outcome will be significantly better than if you didn't and you will be shedding far, far fewer virus which translates to far, far less likely to pass on the virus to others.

It's too bad that they don't have a means to test how contagious people are at the Olympics, I think that the people testing positive have likely been vaccinated already but exposure can result in a positive test which isn't a reflection on how likely they are to pass on the virus. It's probably a matter of timing when a new exposure happens and the body ramps up to fight the virus.

Does anybody know what they're testing for? Is it mRNA to show the existence of the virus but not whether it's still active?
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