Who? As for the rest of the folks, if people jabbed can move freely, it's not an excuse for someone else to imitate them. That "it's not fair" rubbish without regard to outcomes needs to be stamped out. I'm fairly sure all of the mask rules here for people who have already had covid or jabs are just to try to get uniformity - and that the risk of those with some immunity would be too low to affect outcomes. )So, I read posts quoting statistics as flawed
but "we have to be fair" rather than teaching people how things work.
Like the masks at the outset. We were to wash our hands all the time. I told my spouse that it was stupid, we'll watch the mailman and bulk warehouse workers. They'll have no choice but to touch thousands of items. What a surprise, they didn't sick. Anyone who went in a room did, but we were advised early on that nobody needed masks and you should be admonished if you wore your own N95 masks because only health care workers should have them.
(wait, we don't really need masks, so what's the big emergency there? It was pretty transparent - the outcomes from locations with high hospitalization rates were from indoor areas with much breathing of "other peoples' stuff" ) Not from touching, but we're still getting nonstop rubbish about washing hands to make a difference. Garbage.
As long as we're afraid of actually describing what works and why and with whom, we're destined for this groupist rubbish.
I'm sure that the initial false information about not needing masks led to a lot of deaths, and that was intentional. Not the deaths for entertainment or some evil purpose, but hoarding supplies was put above the lives of people being misled.
quotes of low infection rates from oppressive countries with minimal international travel are pointless, though. Many of the least desirable places in the world fared *really really well* for a long time at the outset of this thing. Wonder why.