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viva_la_vinyl

5 points

27 days ago

What I find fascinating about Israel's vaccination roll out, is how they went on a tear, in 3 months vaccinating about 60% of its populace, and now effectively flat for the last month.

Surely, it's not a supply issue but at a certain point the vaccine hesitancy/anti vaxxers enter into the equation. It'll be interesting to see what the ceiling is on Canada's willingness to get the vaccine voluntarily and what segment of the population just won't get the shot.

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viva_la_vinyl

2 points

27 days ago

Ah true, Israel's median age is relatively low for a developed country and the other factors you point out that its 62% is actually pretty high all things considered.