Kudos to using archive.md for that Washington Post article, especially since the website asks you to pay for news that’s probably available else. “Singapore is 83% vaccinated, & they recently surpassed the UK in per-capita cases. Unlike here in the US, “The rules here are strict and strictly enforced.” Delta sub-lineages (DeltaPlus) are beasts.Are we sure that’s not at least in-part due to immunity waning over the course of >5-6mo? I feel like that’s gotta be a huge factor as to why cases are going up in such highly vax places like Singapore, Israel, etc., and it’s probably something that a lotta people (especially on Twitter or any social media site) flat-out ignore. I feel like it’s disingenuous to immediately assume it’s all because of a new variant when there’re so, so many factors and variables at play.And in terms of boosters, who knows how many already vaccinated people will take them? IMO, it feels like the % of people w/boosters will always be lower than % that got vaccinated, and the % might decline with each administered booster.