Adding to the long list of publications and sources that MUST be double-checked before reporting from, the New York Times published an article citing bad numbers for the chances of getting a breakthrough COVID infection as if they were valid. According to that, you had a 1 in 5,000 to 1 in 10,000 chance of getting a breakthrough COVID-19 infection if you were already vaccinated, a number that was ludicrously off the day it was published and continues to be more inaccurate as the pandemic rages on. We examine how they arrived at these figures, and what the real chances are. Please get vaccinated, as doing so makes it much more likely you won’t DIE when you catch COVID-19, but please also stay socially distant and masked for your own safety.
Also, we talk about the Build America Act and its’ reconciliation bill, the Build Back Better Act, and how it is imperative the two are not allowed to be separated. All this and more on TMI with Aldous Tyler for Friday, September 17, 2021 – listen in for YOUR Cure for the Common Media.
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