Liveblog - Weekend Wrap Up: July 30, 2023

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2024 Election:

Should Have Listened to Dr. Fauci and Not Some Shithole:

Study: Republican deaths in Florida, Ohio linked to COVID vaccine politics

Registered Republicans experienced a “significantly higher” rate of excess deaths than Democrats in Florida and Ohio in the months after COVID-19 vaccines were made widely available, a new study has found.

Why it matters: The Yale researchers note in their study, published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine Monday, the findings “suggest that well-documented differences in vaccination attitudes and reported uptake between Republican and Democratic voters may have been a factor in the severity and trajectory of the pandemic.”

  • The study builds on growing evidence suggesting that a person’s political leanings could have been a COVID risk factor.

What Others are Saying:

TFG’s Legal Woes:

The Worst, Stupidest, and Most Deplorable People in the World:

TFG Holds a Bigly Rally:

Nope, Not a KKKult:

https://twitter.com/RonFilipkowski/status/1685331354144186368

State News:

Leprosy cases in central Florida account for nearly 20% of national cases. What to know

Rising evidence is pointing to the possibility that leprosy has become endemic in the southeastern U.S. with Florida being named among the top reported states.

In a recently published research letter regarding emerging infectious diseases, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said that Florida is witnessing an increase in leprosy cases lacking traditional risk factors and recommending that travel to Florida be considered when conducting leprosy contact tracing in any state.

Leprosy, which is scientifically known as Hansen’s disease, is a chronic infectious disease that primarily affects the skin and peripheral nervous system.

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