3 of the players on my son’s team out with Covid for our upcoming tournament. They had to be tested at their private schools. No symptoms. I’m done.
Who voted for Covid? Darwin is working us through this and remember, Darwin was a scientist.
Boohoo three teammates won't be there. Listen to yourself. You might be a covid hero, but what about the rest of the team that does not want to spend all weekend with 3 people who 100% guaranteed have covid? Three kids with asymptomatic covid does not equal everyone they give it to also ends up asymptomatic.
Most people would be happy to get the extra ice time.
Covid so scary
Forget COVID, tell that mom with all the kids who were up all night puking to not come to the game the next morning. I'm wearing a mask because of them, not COVID.
Wear a mask and vax all you want. Just don't tread on me, Darwin has a plan for me.
I have been covid vaxed since last Feb, contracted Covid in April along with a sniffle, got boostered in September and flu shot in October. Come the week after Thanksgiving I am down and out for the count, nasty flu like symptoms, cough, chills, you get the picture. I get a rapid test, negative...3 days later I arranged for the PCR test, NEGATIVE!
You can come to your own conclusions but from my experience and observations, I would rather have Covid!!!
We should really be vaccinating all kids to make this go away. They will protected from this deadly virus. I can’t even say this without get sick to my stomach. Any person who vaccinated their kids with this BS untested crap is completely insane. No idea what the long term effects of this crap is. Nothing like playing Russian roulette with your kids lives. Survival rate of over 99%. Insanity
Vaccinate your kids or get off the ice and don't play. No one cares about your complaining. You lost.
I jumped on the get vaxed bandwagon so the nightmare would end. However, the facts are, you get vaxed, you still can contract and transmit Covid. Fact, kids are 99.999 percent to not demonstrate any serious effects of covid, soooooo, if they get vaxed, still catch and transmit covid, what are we doing?? Its a flawed approach.
My youngster contracted covid twice, once vaxxed, once pre vax. I totally anti****te he will contract and transmit again in 2022.
Your kids go to school, right? Didn't they have to be vaccinated to enroll in school?
Thanks. Biggest victory is history, or from your perspective, biggest loss ever.
Thank you Dr. Fauci
Yes, you are probably right and all those medical professionals are idiots, wrong and really just pushing for people to get something for no reason at all, with no scientific data to back it up. It's really only like what, 5 doctors who actually did any research? All the rest just said "yeah, what they guy said" right?
The arguments against it are so fragile it's laughable. These people think that it's "full protection or a complete failure" which means they have no idea how all vaccines, EVER, work, and how in general, for the entire po****tion, they are beneficial.
You can wear a seatbelt and still die in a car crash. You can still get hurt. Doesn't mean seatbelts are a bad idea or a waste of time. For the majority of people, wearing a seatbelt is a pretty **** good idea. But only when in a moving vehicle, not when you sit down to tie your shoelaces, or, in what I suspect is much more in line with DBoard intelligence, fold over the velcro straps.
However, it is a free country and if you don't want to get it, don't. I'll make my own decisions, the same way you do.
You sound like a complete idiot. If the vaccines are so safe why is it that Pfizer wants to release their data on the vaccines in 75 yrs? If it is so safe why is it such a secret
Keep believing what Lord Fauci says. I’m sure you’ll listen and follow every word. He has knowingly been involved destroying and murdering people for yrs with his reckless vaccine policies. Guy deserves everything coming his way
Our team is about done with it. I believe everyone but 2 have had it in the last month. No one stays home more than a day or two anymore. Carry on