Perspective: “I got a breakthrough covid infection. The worst part is the conflicting advice.” wapo.st/3zTyPwj

8:50 PM · Jul 29, 2021

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Covid sucks. Get vaccinated, take care of yourself and loved one’s. Also, #CancelStudentDebt all of it!
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Uh ... it is common knowledge that no vaccination is 100% foolproof, regardless of what disease it is intended to protect. It is also common knowledge that those who do catch the disease have a much milder case than those who are unvaccinated. How hard is this to comprehend?!
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Steep learning curve for us all, this virus is unpredictable, so advice changes as we go along, that's just the way it is.
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You are absolutely right recently visiting the parks with my family we went from Ecuador and we used masks all the time but 99% of the people who were in the park did not have the mask on, the care is personal and of each individual.
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There is no conflicting advice or guidelines. The CDC, Biden Administration, health professionals told us earlier this year, that guidelines would change based on science. THAT'S CLEAR!! Most people lost their common sense when it came to masks, vaccines. Chose stupid instead.
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I think he's referring to the conflicting advice about being tested once you're vaccinated and how long to quarantine at that point. Fully vaccinated people seem to fall into a gray area.
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Greg Harris they told you wear a a mask!!! Use some common sense!!!
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