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Question 1: If the vaccines only work when you're wearing a mask, and if there's not much Covid around, and if it's not Delta-- do the vaccines work?
Question 2: If you are supposed to wear a mask inside, even if vaccinated, to prevent Covid, which scientists and CDC say is almost never spread outside, then-- do the vaccines work?
Question 3: If vaccines and masks aren't 100%, or close to 100%, effective at preventing Covid, then is requiring them a measure of anything other than compliance?
Question 4: If scientists are correct and most people who get Covid will have mild or no symptoms, and then will have what (so far) is proven to be longer-lasting immunity than those who are vaccinated, does it make sense to require everyone to get vaccinated to travel, attend certain functions or school?
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