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Mark Tomes
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Mark Tomes(@mtomes)
2 years ago

I had to have emergency eye surgery in Jacksonville yesterday. It ended up taking place in an outpatient surgery center because, and I quote my doctor, “All the hospital beds are filled with Covid patients.” Fortunately, my surgery could take place at an outpatient facility. But if someone had a non-Covid emergency that only a hospital could take care of, they would’ve been in much dire straits. The people refusing to get vaccines are causing hell for other people.

Thomas Smith
Thomas Smith(@tom-s)
2 years ago
Reply to  Mark Tomes

Glad things worked out for you. But, in the end we don’t need to hear your opinion on vaccines. If I had covid over a year ago my antibody count is greater than most vaccinated. Enough of the echo chamber.

Richard Norman Kurpiers
Richard Norman Kurpiers (@guest_62259)
2 years ago
Reply to  Thomas Smith

Thanks for telling us about the price of tea in China.

terry jones
terry jones(@tjjonez39gmail-com)
2 years ago

glad things worked out for u thomas smith?? too bad for the rest of us—

Eric Sever
Eric Sever (@guest_62254)
2 years ago

This is a real question, not me being a “wise guy”. Would we have ever defeated polio if it happened in 2021? I had to get shots to go to grad school. (twice) Since when did APPROVED vaccinations invoke such vitriol?

Sheila Cocchi
Sheila Cocchi(@srcocchi)
2 years ago
Reply to  Eric Sever

Since we have people that believe opinions are facts and science is for the liberal elite.

Sheila Cocchi
Sheila Cocchi(@srcocchi)
2 years ago

Hmmm. Wonder why the Governor doesn’t want FDOH to report deaths weekly by county?

Maybe because it would paint a dire picture of concentration in specific areas?

Maybe because it would seem like we shouldn’t be “open” to tourists and having kids unnecessarily vulnerable in schools?