comparison of vaccinated adults with exposed adults - infection rate odds

roscoe

Well-known member
I will cut to the main point: "the adjusted odds of laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 among unvaccinated adults with previous SARS-CoV-2 infection were 5.49-fold higher than the odds among fully vaccinated recipients of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine"

 

Fine Figure of a Man

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I'll cut to the point: everyone that wants to get a covid vax should do so and then move on with their life (after sending Donald Trump a thank you of course). I would hope that life is not centered around worrying about who else is or isn't vaccinated, boosted and masked.
 

roscoe

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I'll cut to the point: everyone that wants to get a covid vax should do so and then move on with their life (after sending Donald Trump a thank you of course). I would hope that life is not centered around worrying about who else is or isn't vaccinated, boosted and masked.
I think you misspelled Fauci as 'Trump'.
 

theotherwaldo

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We are supposed to thank Fauci for helping to create COVID?
He certainly has done little to ameliorate it besides spreading confusion and misinformation.
"Go party in Chinatown -no, just stay home - no masks - no, two masks - don't use ivermectin - now ivermectin's OK - don't use Trump's vaccines -must use Biden's vaccines (same stuff as Trump's), etc, etc."
You have expanded my horizons... .
 

wiscoaster

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I will cut to the main point: "the adjusted odds ...
No, I'll cut to the real point: any time a statistical data reference is referred to as "adjusted" could mean that whatever data accumulated that didn't fit the desired or expected statistical result has been edited out. I tend to look askance at anything that's been "adjusted".
 

roscoe

Well-known member
No, I'll cut to the real point: any time a statistical data reference is referred to as "adjusted" could mean that whatever data accumulated that didn't fit the desired or expected statistical result has been edited out. I tend to look askance at anything that's been "adjusted".
The data are all there . . .
 

wiscoaster

Well-known member
The data are all there . . .
Yup, all there, just been twisted - err... "adjusted" - a little.:p

"Dr. Data, do I add these two numbers or do I multiply them?"
"No, Addled Intern, you divide them, then take the logarithm."
"Logarithm, Dr. Data?? Is that a band?"
 

doubleh

Member
Ho hum, nothing to see here except more liberal twisting of "data". I will keep doing what I have been doing and everyone else is welcome to the same. Whatever works for you is OK in my book.
 
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