You can selectively pick out the CV-19 $hit holes, but it doesn't make your case any stronger.
As a starter, UAE, Israel, Maldives, Iceland etc
Clearly you need an education on your own country's border rules
- Hotels are at travelers expense
- They are not luxury hotels
So now that you have completely failed at your sarcastic response, we can get back to reality? Or are you still hiding under the bed?
I don't think I failed at all. I thought the tissues line might have been a bit much, but you actually recognised my sarcasm, which really is a good start. Here is another example for you to try ...
I'm only aware of one case where a HQ guest paid for the associated security "services" directly.
As for hiding under the bed, shouldn't that be on the C--- (self censored to preserve my social credit score) Problem thread?
I'll turn the sarcasm off for a moment:
Israel: 6000 Deaths (On Again: An acceptable number, as none of them were ever the CEO of Virgin)
Cases: 800,000 (Very good survival rate)
3 national lockdowns lasting months, not days.
Apart from all the extra months in lock-down, that's a pretty good result by world standards
But Israel are world leaders in vaccination, and vaccination with mRNA. I don't know why - whether it was good fortune (they got to the head of the queue for the American Vaccines) or good management (they could have done just as well with AZ or a Chinese Vacc had they proved most efficacious in trials) I don't know.
But I do think the Israeli experiment will tell us over the next 6 to 12 months whether mass vaccination with mRNA vaccines delivers the policy outcomes most hope/expect.
Trying to make a long (or even medium) term decision on international borders now is - IMHO - absurd. The idea we can have a manageable number of deaths is also absurd, no-one in the world has sustained that (except for Australia of course - IIRC we've had more deaths from Vacc than COVID edit: this year
). Vaccines might achieve this, but it's all theory, optimism and conjecture, with as much supporting data as a deranged Railpage thread.
Edit: That was a really really
dumb statement on my part.
The point I was trying to make was not vaccines are dangerous, rather that 0 is the only manageable/sustainable level of Covid.