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Colorado meets 70% vaccination goal but not evenly

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DENVER (AP) - More than 70% of adults in Colorado have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine but most counties have not come close to that mark.

As of Sunday, only 12 out of Colorado’s 64 counties have vaccinated at least 70% of people eligible to be vaccinated.

Forty-five percent of counties have vaccinated less than half of the eligible population with at least one dose.

While the more contagious delta variant has become the dominant strain in Colorado, the number of people testing positive for COVID-19 is down. Hospitalizations are also decreasing but are higher than during lulls last year.

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  1. Show me the REAL numbers…oh you can’t? Because the are what? Oh that’s right…just a bit skewed.

  2. Unfortunately, a single dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines is not too effective against the Delta Covid variant. So the only meaningful numbers right now are the people who are fully vaccinated. This fact could leave many geographic locations more vulnerable than people realize.

    1. Most all the deaths form the delta variant are people who were fully vaccinated. They keep saying the vaccine is effective against the variant. But as we progress people are also now investigating why fully vaccinated people are dying and those who were not vaccinated didn’t.
      Also….. the median age of people killed by covid in many states is higher that the average life expectancy. Some states that number is 80 years old. So now we are seeing that it is the elderly that are at risk, not kids. Yet they are still pushing to get kids vaccinated when they don’t need to be.
      As time progresses so does knowledge, but why is the MSM not fully reporting it? People should be able to make informed decisions about their medical care.

      1. Control and subservience through fear. They know they can get the public to agree to anything if it means they won’t die.

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