The average number of people in the U.S. getting vaccinated has fallen by about 50% from the peak on April 13. Health officials say the slowing was an inevitable part of the rollout, after reaching the people most eager to get their shots in most states. https://t.co/vq4N2ZP5KW
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@nytimes People who tell themselves they know more than scientists so they feel better.
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@nytimes "Your reluctance to getting vaccinated disturbs me..." #MayThe4thBeWithYou https://t.co/SY5GhdF1Tm
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@nytimes Blame @Verizon @DIRECTV for allowing FOX news for those anti-Vaxxers
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@nytimes The people who were eagerly waiting are vaccinated or getting vaccinated the slow down is from those brainwashed/confused about saftey or efficiency, or think the wont die from infection
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@nytimes We don't trust authorities following misleaders, seudo doctors, managing pandemic like if they were authentic expertise professionals. All is settled for them to take over wealth in the world while most lost their little possessions.
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@nytimes Maybe is because 46% of pop has already gotten at least one shot? We know there is a significant % of pop that won’t get it (20%). About 20% of population (16 & under) are not eligible. So yeah, not unexpected that there’s a huge drop in demand. Pretty simple math.
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@nytimes The education system
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@nytimes Some people just don't care, I'm 24 so I'm not in the critical group. I can still get infected and infect others, the vaccine only makes it less probable to get worse symptoms, but I just don't care. I'm already careful with those around me and when going out. I don't watch FOX.
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@nytimes I don’t want advice from somebody working for Microsoft that hasn’t even a degree.
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