Racist Vaccine Delivery Schedules Planned

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Bearitto
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Are you an old fat white guy who is afraid of the Rona?
Do you really want to get a vaccine when it's available?
Are you more susceptible to the Rona than a 30 yr old black guy?

Well, it sucks to be you. Because blacks had to sit at the back of the bus 60 years ago, you get to go to the back of the line today. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

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Every US state has been advised to consider ethnic minorities as a critical and vulnerable group in their vaccine distribution plans, according to Centers for Disease Control guidance. As a result, half of the nation's states have outlined plans that now prioritize black, Hispanic and indigenous residents over white people in some way, as the vaccine rollout begins.

California, Louisiana, New Mexico, North Carolina, and Indiana have listed fairness, equity, or both as key principles for vaccine distribution. Oregon is also emphasizing health equity as a central pillar of its rollout, while North Carolina 'specifically cited historically marginalized populations as an early-phase critical population group'.

Head of the public health department, Rachael Banks, announced that vaccines would be 'particularly focused on our communities of color who've seen unfair disproportionate impact from COVID-19'.

Melinda Gates... 'Black people (would be) next, quite honestly'...We know the way out of COVID-19 will be a vaccine, and it needs to go out equitably [in a racist way].'


Biden's health secretary selection of Yale University's Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith ...'We cannot get this pandemic under control if we do not address head-on the issues of inequity in our country,' Nunez-Smith said Tuesday. 'There is no other way.'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9070555/Half-states-want-prioritize-black-Hispanic-people-vaccine-rollout.html


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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and an advisory committee of outside health experts in April began working on a ranking system for what may be an extended rollout in the United States. Agency officials and the advisers are also considering what has become a contentious option: putting Black and Latino people...ahead of others in the population.

Dr. Sharon Frey, a professor of infectious diseases at St. Louis University..."I think it's very important that the groups get into a high tier."

Dr. Romero, the chairman... "They are groups that need to be moved to the forefront, in my opinion."

Dayna Bowen Matthew, dean of the George Washington University Law School..."And it's that [poor choices made in black communities] inequality that requires us to prioritize by race and ethnicity."

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/09/us/coronavirus-vaccine.html
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Shippou
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Bearitto said:

Are you an old fat white guy who is afraid of the Rona?
Do you really want to get a vaccine when it's available?
Are you more susceptible to the Rona than a 30 yr old black guy?

Well, it sucks to be you. Because blacks had to sit at the back of the bus 60 years ago, you get to go to the back of the line today. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!

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Every US state has been advised to consider ethnic minorities as a critical and vulnerable group in their vaccine distribution plans, according to Centers for Disease Control guidance. As a result, half of the nation's states have outlined plans that now prioritize black, Hispanic and indigenous residents over white people in some way, as the vaccine rollout begins.

California, Louisiana, New Mexico, North Carolina, and Indiana have listed fairness, equity, or both as key principles for vaccine distribution. Oregon is also emphasizing health equity as a central pillar of its rollout, while North Carolina 'specifically cited historically marginalized populations as an early-phase critical population group'.

Head of the public health department, Rachael Banks, announced that vaccines would be 'particularly focused on our communities of color who've seen unfair disproportionate impact from COVID-19'.

Melinda Gates... 'Black people (would be) next, quite honestly'...We know the way out of COVID-19 will be a vaccine, and it needs to go out equitably [in a racist way].'


Biden's health secretary selection of Yale University's Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith ...'We cannot get this pandemic under control if we do not address head-on the issues of inequity in our country,' Nunez-Smith said Tuesday. 'There is no other way.'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9070555/Half-states-want-prioritize-black-Hispanic-people-vaccine-rollout.html


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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and an advisory committee of outside health experts in April began working on a ranking system for what may be an extended rollout in the United States. Agency officials and the advisers are also considering what has become a contentious option: putting Black and Latino people...ahead of others in the population.

Dr. Sharon Frey, a professor of infectious diseases at St. Louis University..."I think it's very important that the groups get into a high tier."

Dr. Romero, the chairman... "They are groups that need to be moved to the forefront, in my opinion."

Dayna Bowen Matthew, dean of the George Washington University Law School..."And it's that [poor choices made in black communities] inequality that requires us to prioritize by race and ethnicity."

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/09/us/coronavirus-vaccine.html



That's not really the reason, as much as you want it to be to make some sorta false equivalency bs.

A lot of those groups have rather limited, poor, or no healthcare at all and have been hit pretty badly by the disease.
Bearitto
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[url=https://ldi.upenn.edu/expert/harald-schmidt-phd-ma][/url]
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Harald Schmidt, an expert in ethics and health policy at the University of Pennsylvania, said that it is reasonable to put essential workers ahead of older adults, given their risks, and that they are disproportionately minorities. "Older populations are whiter, " Dr. Schmidt said. "Society is structured in a way that enables them to live longer. Instead of giving additional health benefits to those who already had more of them, we can start to level the playing field a bit."
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/05/health/covid-vaccine-first.html
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RD2WINAGNBEAR86
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The wife and I are getting at the very back of the line to allow the much more vulnerable and at risk to go first.
The last variant will be named Communism.
nein51
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Clearly this is the grand plan to give minorities the vaccine which kills them all leaving only the one master race. Why can't you see through the governments elaborate lies?? Everything is racist!! Don't you get it?

Onto a serious question; if you already had the virus do you need the vaccine?
BornAgain
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According to the almighty Fauci. Yes. Need to get vaccine to keep From getting it again even if you have had covid. Makes no sense to me. Not sure how long the immunity lasts amd I guess they don't either.
Porteroso
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It seems a little ridiculous to me. It should be free IMO, to everyone, and people should be prioritized by risk, population density, and vocation.
JXL
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If turns out that the vaccine has side effects, the distribution to minorities first will be blamed on Trump.
nein51
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JXL said:

If turns out that the vaccine has side effects, the distribution to minorities first will be blamed on Trump.

That's what I jokingly alluded to
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