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Vaccine Will Save Us!

We sure are glad THAT'S over!

Uhh, mebbe.

I suspect the virus problem will persist for quite some time Willie.

Even with a vaccine, because of all the unknowns:
Will it work on everyone, or be equally effective,
For a long time or a short time or any time at all,
Won't know real results until it's tested on millions of us,
What will the side effects be, if any, for everyone,
How long will its protection last, for each person,
Will it be effective on all strains of the virus,
What sort of shelf life will the chemicals in it have,
How much of the top secret proprietary expensive formula can we see,
How fast will the virus mutate,
How many anti-vaxers will there be, and what effect will they have,
Will you trust Dr. Fauci, the smartest man in the world,
Or what the mess media (sic) tells you,
How much legislative power will Fauci be granted, since he has none,
I've got to get back to my iso booth now.
What should I do with my (theoretically) virus-infested mask --
no not the disposable paper one, the washable cloth one, oh, that one too...
The instruction book didn't say.


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