Here we go AGAIN!

 

Now, this fight is still causing heartburn in 2021.

Is this the way families in Tuscaloosa, Alabama are handling the holidays?

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According to a study out today, 3 in 5 Americans, are telling unvaccinated family members that they are not welcome at this years festivities.

Of those that are fully "vaxed", 6 out of 10 have even severed ties with family members who refuse to get the shots.

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56 percent are expecting a huge argument with the rest of the family over this issue.

It's the most wonderful time of the year, right?

 

I wonder how this will go in Alabama and the southeast this holiday season. We have dealt with this Covid pandemic for what seems like a decade.

Can we not find a better way to get all the way through this?

I saw a little blurb in this study that mentioned how 25 percent of respondents have ALREADY been excluded from any family functions.

I think the numbers for this question will be far different in this region.

Right?

We are better than this at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

I have had Covid and it almost killed me.

At least that's how it felt in my case. It was the sickest I have ever been in my life.

I literally couldn't move night or day. It was hell, yet I would rather go through it all again, if that's the only way I get to spend time with my family.

Family is important too, and nothing is much more critical than our health, but family should be the one thing that is.

Unless, of course, you have the absolute worst, most evil family in all of Alabama.

In that case, I get it.

Alabama COVID-19 Vaccine Breakdown (June 2021)

Each graphic shows how many people are vaccinated in all of Alabama's 67 counties, plus the percentage of vaccinated people versus that county's total population. This data was pulled from the Alabama Department of Public Health, county health departments and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

 

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