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Fair Warning - Herd immunity, mount everest, and track & trace

Fair Warning
Fair Warning - Herd immunity, mount everest, and track & trace
By Soph Warnes • Issue #134 • View online
Hello and happy Sunday!
I just had my first choir rehearsal since Feb 2020 and got the Pfizer jab. Today is a good day! I was slightly worried about side effects because everyone has been banging on about it so much but I had rabies shots in 4 different countries not long ago (whole story here) and I was totally fine. I guess we’ll see. :)
Some random things I liked this week:

On the home front
For some reason images haven’t been pulled in for a bunch of things here so this section looks ugly and I want you to know it’s not my fault.
Cool thread by Alasdair Rae showing UK constituencies by deprivation (with another tweet at the end showing UK constituencies by median age).
Over the pond
Are Your Neighbors Mostly Democrats or Republicans?
Here’s just how much people have stopped talking about Trump on Facebook and Twitter
Coronavirus at Mount Everest: Climbers scramble to prevent the spread of covid at base camp as cases rise in Nepal
#SOS: India's tweets for help
Odds and ends
15 Insane Things That Correlate With Each Other
That’s everything for this week! Hope you have a good one and see you soon :)
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