10 Conclusions from the Delta Outbreak (so far)

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Delta has finally made its way to Aotearoa New Zealand to seek out locations of interest. As of now, case numbers are growing, and a lack of certainty abounds.

However, uncertainty is not absolute, some conclusions can be made and lessons drawn.

So, in the immortal words of our health commissioner, “what I can say” is listed below:

  1. Saline vaccinations are not popular.
  2. Locations of interests are not for tourists.
  3. Spreading your legs improves mental health.
  4. Casino visits are a gamble.
  5. Scott Morrison is not a moral philosopher.
  6. The New South Wales premier has a lot to answer for.
  7. School truancy is hard to detect.
  8. Auckland-to-Northland roads are haphazardly policed.
  9. God dislikes congregational worship.
  10. Anti-vaxxers’ time will come.

15 COMMENTS

    • I like the notion of those who not wanting to get a vaccination to save their life or someone else’s, needing a daily injection of some talkback radio host to give them a life.

  1. – Long Covid lurks, and lingers
    – At funerals, weep, and you’ll weep alone
    – The preppers were onto something
    – Mask-making is a cottage industry

    • Kheala: “Long Covid lurks, and lingers”

      Post-viral syndrome, goes by several names. A surprisingly common sequela of viral conditions. The length of time it lasts varies from individual to individual. It’s not peculiar to this virus.

  2. Anti-vaxxers are like the ‘t’s of the alphabet people. Overrepresented and will hijack other causes for their own means.

    • Anti Vader’s better stock up. Once vaccine rules means ‘Right of Admission Reserved’, then supermarkets will become a problem for them. Or bottle stores….

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