In Eastern Europe, Covid is rapidly disappearing with the waning of their regional seasonal wave, regardless of vaccination status. Vaccines may or may not forestall the next wave but they certainly can not receive credit for ending this one...

7:58 PM Β· Jun 9, 2021

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Replying to @Humble_Analysis
We stayed home last summer and we should have been living life. Because this was true last year too
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Who’s we πŸ˜‚
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Replying to @Humble_Analysis
Excellent graphic thx
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Exactly my thoughts. In Bulgaria, we are seeing the lowest numbers in a year time, with 10% vaccinated, and probably between 20-40% who got it.
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Well we know it can't be seasonality or herd immunity, so it must be load shedding!
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Any way to get them on the same scale graph? It appears the less vax nations have fewer cases. Also, any idea of percent of population for these nations (I know I'm being needy.) It IS great data!
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All graphs are already relative to population (cases per million). I added the little call out at the end point to show that cases are indeed lower in the less vaccinated nations.
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