Plus, a question about Larry Elder.
1:500 have died from Covid-19. Is that bad? Where is the context? 1:500 died from heart disease in 2019. 1 in every 115 people died in 2019 (total deaths in US). 1:2,050 died from car accidents. I also read "Unvaccinated are 11 times more likely to die from COVID-19". Well, that's bad - right? But I also read, "the risk of being hospitalized for COVID-19 after vaccination is 0.00005 percent." So 11 times 0.00005 is a whopping 0.00055 - seems pretty low risk to me still. I am tired of the media using scare tactics to push the undereducated into action through fear.