15% of Manitoba is First Nations

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Fancy
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Re: 15% of Manitoba is First Nations

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Thinktank wrote: May 28th, 2021, 6:55 am
So your FN community never had Covid. 2 is not a big deal. 2 is like zero in this case.
I never had Covid.
I never had a flu.
I never had a flu in thirty one years.
I never even had a common cold in ten years, if you don't count the sore throat I had that went away in forty minutes.....
Well you admitted to having a cold so guess you've forgotten...
Got a mild cold for three days five years ago, stayed home and gave it to no one.
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If you can get sick and forget about it stands to reason it happens to others.
Truths can be backed up by facts - do you have any?
Fancy this, Fancy that and by the way, T*t for Tat
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Re: 15% of Manitoba is First Nations

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Manitoba First Nations
150,000 people - 1 per sq km density,
90% vaccinated (thanks, Justin)
150 Covid deaths


Singapore
6,000,000 people - 8,000 per sq km density,
77% vaccinated
75 Covid deaths

So, a Manitoba First Nations person is a hundred times more likely to die from covid (than Singapore) even though he is heavily vaccinated (90%) and 10,000 times less densely populated.

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"Overcrowded" First Nations people have gone vaccine-crazy - with 90% vaccination rates. (in the least densely populated place on earth) yet they die from covid a hundred times more. Vaccines = useless?


I'm thinking vaccines and social distancing are worthless, but a high standard of living is everything, when it comes to living or dying from any flu or Covid.

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https://globalnews.ca/news/8027784/tata ... emergency/
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba ... -1.6188150
Please, Please, Please get one, two, three, four, and maybe five doses of the quickly developed most fanatically promoted dirt cheap $1.00 thing in human history - the DREADED COVID VACCINE! "It's Just Like a Drivers License"
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Re: 15% of Manitoba is First Nations

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Thinktank wrote: Sep 27th, 2021, 6:59 am Manitoba First Nations
150,000 people - 1 per sq km density,
90% vaccinated (thanks, Justin)
150 Covid deaths


Singapore
6,000,000 people - 8,000 per sq km density,
77% vaccinated
75 Covid deaths

So, a Manitoba First Nations person is a hundred times more likely to die from covid (than Singapore) even though he is heavily vaccinated (90%) and 10,000 times less densely populated.


I'm thinking vaccines and social distancing are worthless, but a high standard of living is everything, when it comes to living or dying from any flu or Covid.[/color]

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https://globalnews.ca/news/8027784/tata ... emergency/
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba ... -1.6188150
Keep in mind as you compare other countries, especially Singapore, which I visit, has a large amount of the population living in poor conditions. Singapore is not on the list for places vulnerable to Covid compared to Canada and the US. "A higher standard of living is everything", Maybe plays into it some, but if your concerned, its actually a lack of responsibility to personal health that is proven to directly make you vulnerable to Covid. 88.8% of all covid deaths are for people over weight. BMI of 25% and more. I've posted these states before. Its proven. The link to this obesity pandemic is mostly kept from the public and is ignored by most for the obvious reasons of this society holds against it.
So before we head down the path of trying to paint a picture for propaganda lets be real and acknowledge where the problem actually truly is.

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