|Married Jo wrote:
Big Garea Fan wrote:
Only having 6 reported cases out of more than 6.8 million doses given is a pretty good batting average - that is less than 1 in a million. Of course, the number of blood clot cases could be under-reported.
To be fair you have a pretty good bating average of NOT dying from Covid too..
I think it is situation dependant. For the average person, the potential for contact with symptomatic individuals is going to be a lot less than for me. I have some 87 year old with a productive cough hacking all over the room every shift. Multiply that by 2-3 other patients over the weekend, by 50 weekends a year, my contact with some droplets, even with precautions is going to be higher at some point than the average joe.