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I just do not understand why so much resistance

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grubs ( member #77165) posted at 9:57 PM on Thursday, January 13th, 2022

I am not liking those numbers. What's the risk factor of severe infection with one vaccine dose 14 days after getting it?

From what I recall from the original studies a majority of the protection kicks in within a week of each shot. Like 70-80% efficiency after 7 days after the first and 80-90 after seven days after the 2nd. For kids I think the risk factor is still low but maybe rising. In my state as of yesterday, 31,019 people ages 0-19 (smallest breakdown in the easiest to find data) have tested positive since the beginning of the year. Of those 93 were hospitalized. I'd have to think at least half of those were older teens. Probably much more if omnicron holds true to previous strains. Confounding factors though, hospitalization tends to lag positive tests, Lack of ability to test due to shortages, shortage of hospital beds leading some not so severe cases to be sent home where they would have been hospitalized a month ago. Same age group at earlier peaks Sept 2021 52k positive 473 hospitalizations, Dec 2021 63k positive 446 hospitalizations.

I checked our regions dashboard to see if they have it broken down further. They did have % tests broken down by 0-4, 5-17, 17-24 which is currently 30, 39, 37 the older group seems to have peaked. 20,30,40s are all in the high 30% to 40% range. 50s in the low 30s The 60+ age groups are all in the 20s. That's also the group with the highest vax & vax boosted rate.

This is were having a simple y/n per data point on vax status would be extremely useful.

[This message edited by grubs at 9:59 PM, Thursday, January 13th]

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 DragnHeart (original poster member #32122) posted at 10:22 PM on Thursday, January 13th, 2022

Phone call, email and text all came in from the school board automated notification that new information is available at the boards web site.

So off i go to find out what is what.

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 DragnHeart (original poster member #32122) posted at 8:28 PM on Sunday, January 16th, 2022

I read through all of the new protocols and rules for the return to school.

The big concern i have heard from parents and others is that the instructions for the antigen tests are written like a medical text. The regular person might not perform the rest correctly.

The protocol now is anyone with symptoms takes 2 tests (at home), 24 hours apart, that are negative before they can return to school.

Im still sorta unclear if they need to still isolate for five days from start of symptoms and test at the end of the 5 days or not.

Currently we are under a special weather statement. Looks like we might get a significant amount of snow tonight, into tomorrow. Good chance buses will be cancelled.

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