@joe_warmington 1/ Joe, you know who I am so it should come as no surprise that I am a man of principle. Segregation, no matter what it is called is unacceptable in a free, democratic country. Besides being a veteran, I have two engineering degrees, one being a MSc where I specifically studied..
@joe_warmington 2/ life data analysis, i.e. modelling. It is crystal clear from mounds of data both here in Canada & worldwide that this virus is both endemic & seasonal. This means that we will never eradicate this respiratory virus & there will be peaks of it every Fall, just like the flu &
@joe_warmington 3/ common cold, RSV, etc. This virus has animal reservoirs (wild deer and gorillas as a minimum of what I'm aware). COVID zero is not possible anymore. There will be a fourth wave, you can bet on that. Once people start going inside when it gets cold, case #'s will go up. Vaxxed
@joe_warmington 4/ are still getting/transmitting the virus. Yes, the initial data states that their rate of transmission is lower than vaxxed, but it's still there. Those sadly passing away are STILL those with comorbidities, as has been the case since the beginning of the pandemic. This...
@joe_warmington 5/ correlates to the elderly. So based on 22 yrs of risk management experience (enacting, teaching) one must ask himself what is the actual risk & are there any mitigating actions to put in place to reduce the risk to a previously defined acceptable level of risk. Those who have
@joe_warmington 6/ lost their ability to critically think must take a step back and realize that it is impossible to bring the risk to zero for literally anything. This isn't TV where everybody is saved on a medical show in one hour. So based on the fact that those with comorbidities are the
@joe_warmington 7/ true ones at risk from COVID, logic dictates that mitigating actions should be taken for them and let the rest of us live our lives. I mean seriously, this virus has a 98.11% survival rate for RESOLVED cases in Canada. In terms of hospitalizations, if the Ford government
@joe_warmington 8/ hasn't improved the number of hospital beds or ICU beds, that's on him and his government, not the "lepers", aka the unvaxxed. Remember, hospitals being overwhelmed in Canada are a Fall/Winter ritual due to chronic underfunding and bureaucratic bloated HQ's/red tape. So,
@joe_warmington in summary, vax passports won't do a damn thing to slow down the spread of the virus. We need to use logic, not fear, and start living our lives again as this is not living. I didn't do 22 yrs to defend rights & freedoms to see them taken away by unelected health bureaucrats.
@joe_warmington *in tweet #4, "...is lower than vaxxed" should have stated "...is lower than unvaxxed".

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