@gemlog @satchlj @clacke @valhalla vaccinated people are 63-75% less likely to pass it on depending on which study and which variant. Here's one: https://www.medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/2021.10.14.21264959v1
@gemlog @valhalla @clacke gotta remember, "barely effected" people are still transmitting and incubating. It's important those populations get the added protections to help prevent transmission to those who will be more drastically effected.
The younger populations travel more, interact with more people, and become an increasingly dangerous vector for vulnerable populations. Vaccines lower transmission directly and inderectly by helping those infected combat the virus more quickly.
And all that's just for those who ARE lucky enough to get a mild or non-existent reaction. There's still a lot of younger people getting seriously ill.
@owl our vax rate is so good! i didn't expect her to be a hold out but now that i think on it her Facebook is all crystal healing memes.
My former boss speaks out sharing his personal struggles with mental health and work in the marketing industry. I'm so proud of his strength in sharing it. I'm sure this will help others talk about it and hopefully lower the stigma.
If you host a gitlab instance, you'd better update it:
@codeberg advice used to be no, then it changed to yes, now it depends on what you're building. Like everything JS-wise, it's a fragmented shit show
This looks like useful Product Warning material that should be prominently displayed in the Licence Agreements of all cloud services.
Especially if you don't live in the USA.
re: craving for a food i've never eaten and can only imagine, the rugrats hanukkah episode
@vantablack didn't they try to make cat food sound yummy too at one point?