• January 17, 2022

Oregon Governor Announces * Outdoor * Mask Mandate, Regardless of Vaccination Status – HotAir

What year is? Kate Brown then clarifies that the mandate of the mask does not apply in all outdoor situations, as if you were walking with members of your own household or walking your dog. It’s for outdoor gatherings that involve multiple households, whether it’s large public crowds or smaller private celebrations where people can’t…

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Yes to freedom and no to living in a “Faucian dystopia” – HotAir

A top-notch applause line here, according to the merchandise for their “Don’t Fauci My Florida” campaign. DeSantis understands that Fauci has risen to the status of the pandemic’s main villain for right-handers and is eager to take advantage of that. (Interestingly, Fauci seems to have understood as well.) Positioning yourself as the anti-Fauci is an…

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I didn’t mean that Facebook is killing people – HotAir

Of course it is not killing people. It is simply exposing them to false information that will lead them to become vulnerable to a disease that could kill them. Great moral difference. Well, legally, at least. God, it sure looked like Biden was accusing Facebook of killing people on Friday: Reporter: “What is your message…

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Pfizer is not as strong against the Delta variant as we expected – HotAir

I do not know, my friend. Ninety-four percent effective in preventing serious illness against the most infectious variant of coronavirus known to man strikes me as a solid result. Israel is suddenly averaging more than 1,000 cases per day again after daily totals fell to an average of 15 six weeks ago. Scientists hoped that…

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Johnson & Johnson Single Shot Vaccine Highly Effective Against Delta Variant – HotAir

It is surprising for two reasons. One is that the J&J vaccine has been Snakebit from the start, finding stumbling blocks ranging from a rare blood-clotting side effect in some recipients to a massive production error that spoiled tens of millions of doses at the factory. We are not used to receiving good news about…

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