Originally Posted by teacozy
One dose is not 99% effective. Two doses are 99% effective.
I'll have to look later for more precise numbers, but one dose is not considered fully vaccinated against measles. We obviously expect more one dose people to get measles than two dose people, hence the second dose being added to the schedule.
In San Diego county alone, there have been 10 confirmed cases. Nine were unvaccinated.
One out of 10, that would mean 10 out of 100 not reaching immunity, that is not 95-99% effective last time I did math!
95-99% for one dose, doesn't seem to compute
You stated previously 95-99% for one dose - meaning low end 5 out of 100 would not get immunity, 50 people that makes it 2.5, 25 people 1.5 - we are talking 39 thus far, two (all ccounts of news seem to indicate about the same, says under the age) so 37
and reports do not show how many of those 37 are not fully/partially but they DO use that term, they are NOT saying 37 UN-vaccinated - It should mean at best 2 would not have immunity and that is even a stretch saying two had not reached immunity after one dose but if one out of 10 that is not adding up to even 95%
IF it was 37 and all were UN-vaccinated I'm sure that would have come out and it didn't.
I like how the 20/21 year old is being viewed, a child?? Funny I can't find any Jenny comments from 19 years ago where she was pushing not to vac! and we are so lead to think this is "new" and that celebrities have everything to do with it!
Without a full accounting of just how many had only one dose (not fully/partially vaccinated) it's pure speculation IMO that this is what is expected as "normal" for vaccine immunity.