Delta variant slowly cracking vaccine resistance Whether or not they come for a prescribed Covid vaccine or test, people will find this orderly forest, strawberry fields, and this town, surrounded by wetlands one hour north of New Orleans, as well as throughout the country. Partially inspired by the fear of capturing the diversity of the Delta.
Pharmacist chief Floyd Tally was at the center of action and donated a minute of complete protective equipment to perform a nasal swab in the parking lot. He then returned to his white coat and asked his mother about the bitter symptoms his children might have had.
Delta variant slowly cracking vaccine resistance The demand for vaccines has improved significantly,” said Tally. “The vaccine has returned to its original state when it was first launched.”
People alongside Jave say that many factors in the past have made them reluctant, including questions about the Food and Drug Administration’s approval and immediate loss of emotion when the proceedings began early. It is wise to admit that other regions with low vaccination rates (Louisiana is one of the lowest in the country) have different goals and may find innovative ways to deal with anxiety. is.
No one in Panchatoula is considering a vaccine obligation. This can adversely affect this very conservative patch in the bright red state.
Instead, local leaders have recently inconvenienced vaccination by measures such as those instructed by schools to force people exposed to the virus to separate vaccinated teachers and students. I made it.
Louisiana State University says unvaccinated students must submit monthly evidence of a negative coronavirus test. Pharmacist Tally said the possibility of regular discomfort began to come in for vaccines from college children.
None of these measures are as simple and powerful as local doctors, but they say their effectiveness is beginning to diminish.
Tangipa hoa Parish, with Panchatoula, doubled the number of people vaccinated for four consecutive weeks. Only 30.4% of the population is fully vaccinated and there is a long way to go.
For immovable shots
Penny Perrin was recently part of the crowd within Floyd.
She said the Delta variant did get her attention, but her daughter Gracie (13) and her 15-year-old son Jacob were forced into an extended separation, and a long absence from school. She brought her child when she was exposed.
“I don’t know much, but vaccinations can still get sick, and this shot develops so fast that it feels like a guinea pig.” Cursed, if I do If not, I’m cursed. But we get it. ”
The Covid-1 vaccine was developed at a record pace, but the process was based on decades of research and involved scientists from around the world.
Just above the road from Hammond’s Pancha Taura, Dr. North Oaks Health System Chief Medical Officer. Tired Dr. His colleague Robert Peltier lamented a long and almost useless war to convince “famously unmoved” Louisiana citizens to be vaccinated.
He said it was ineffective to call local conservatives shy or ignorant, citing complacency and timelessness as the main reasons. Many people were not eligible when the vaccine first came out. The threat posed by Covid didn’t look so terrible when they were there.
“The mask order has disappeared. People were able to go on vacation, so everyone thought it was over,” Peltier said. “Of course, logically, some of our population said,” I’ve never been vaccinated. I’ve never been vaccinated. Everything is open. Why now vaccination Do you need? ”
The battle sits at home in North Oaks, the largest healthcare provider in the Parish of Tangipahoa. A week ago, only %% of North Oaks workers were vaccinated. By Friday, that number had risen to about 64%.
Haley Warner, 20, took the Covid test at North Oaks on Thursday.
“My mother went crazy lately, and I was around her, so it raised me,” he said.
Warner said he had not yet been vaccinated, fearing it could affect her childbirth. The CDC repeatedly suggests that such concerns are not supported by scientific evidence, but doctors in this region of Louisiana cite false information that the vaccine was associated with infertility. He says he saw many young women.
Warner added that he was concerned about the lack of full FDA approval.
Dana Anton, owner of eight pharmacies in the Panchatoula region, said it took longer than expected for the Kovid vaccine to be fully approved by the FDA, rather than being approved for emergency use, and leaders understood. He said he had instilled a sense of distrust.
“We strongly believe that once they get full FDA approval, they will see a significant increase.
Delta variant slowly cracking vaccine resistance