Vaccines aren’t political + we can’t let them ever be. 99.5% of COVID-19 deaths are among unvaccinated. That means 99.5% of the empty chairs this Thanksgiving from COVID-19 don’t have to be so. or : we have no one to spare in this preventable tragedy.https://twitter.com/thephillyvoice/status/1419241080550215683 …
The disease must always be the enemy, not each other. Then and now, we have the power to triumph over it.pic.twitter.com/aPzIRfN91l
COVID-19 has killed 610,000 fellow Americans. Whatever odds of becoming one more, those odds are scientifically reduced by 99.5% by getting vaccinated. If this vaccine were available then, 606,950 of that total would *still be alive today* with their loved ones.
Took me a minute to realize "red or blue" was about politics and not a reference topic.twitter.com/EFvicgrIP7
(Kinda almost the same they, though, I guess...)
They are now, the unfortunate truth
We have to be better people, and right now, we are not. I remember lining up for vaccines at the Mary Jane Cowley school down in Spring Garden. And my Mom went to actual school there.
Mom went Cowley, Latimer, and Allegheny High. She never said it, but her 3 boys going toNorthAllegheny was a triumph.
I agree Senator
Might want to update your sources buddy. Check the date on this one.