Miki Ria comments

Posted in: Japan to give 4th COVID vaccine shots to medical, workers at elderly care facilities See in context

From the perspective of having my sister pass away from COVID

(she was already at risk being elderly and diabetic),

why was this push not seen during influenza seasons? It is has similar mortality rates.

I do not remember any "flu-lockdowns" or mandates. Also, why only post "cases" instead of "covid related deaths"?

My theory (not fact) is if the actual death rates were published, many would see just how survivable it is.

I myself had in March 2021, and yes it is "no joke". I was ill for a week, but overcame it just as I do with flu (which is just as deadly).

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