Public health “experts”: Businesses should hold “immunity days” with access restricted to those with vaccine privilege

Elite public health doctors, who already have their vaccinations want to allow businesses to have special “immunity nights” or “days” with access restricted to the elite vaccine privileged like themselves.

I predicted this.

That makes no sense. Seventeen percent of U.S. adults have received at least one vaccine dose, a number that is growing every day. There is strong evidence that immunity not only makes people far less likely to get sick from covid-19, but also makes it highly unlikely they will spread the disease. Let’s put science into action. Local lawmakers should allow “immunity nights” or designated days or times for businesses to accommodate immune customers at a higher capacity. Doing so might just save businesses on the brink of failure.

Source: Opinion | Let’s have ‘immunity nights’ to keep American businesses alive – The Washington Post

Due to the practical difficulties of businesses scaling back and forth between 25% and 100% utilization, this would quickly become businesses open exclusively to those with vaccine privilege.  By the time 25% are vaccinated (or sooner), this is logical step to take to maximize ROI.

They go on to argue that opening up to the vaccine privileged would be good for the mental health of those with vaccine privilege.  As to those at the back of the line, they say your mental health is not important to them. Because this is how modern “public health” works, which is to say, it’s full of shit.

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