This updated analysis for the Peterson-KFF Health System Tracker estimates that the preventable costs of treating unvaccinated patients in hospitals total $3.7 billion in August, almost twice the e…

The analysis estimates that the preventable costs of treating unvaccinated patients in the hospitals total $3.7 billion in August, almost twice the estimates for June and July combined. The total preventable costs for those three months now stand at an estimated $5.7 billion.

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Were the vaccines free?

@vis4valentine
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You know about investment? Buy a bunch of vaccines to vaccinate a population, so you wont have that population getting sick, and they will cost way less in the long run.

@roastpotatothief
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So yes?

You make it sound obvious, but in general the USA follows the opposite policy. Make medicine expensive and let people neglect their health, so in the long run the medical industry earns more from them. So it’s not that obvious at all.

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I don’t know as much about investment as about taxation and about how proceeds of taxation can be wasted. Here is my counter offer:

Can I interest you in developing another vaccine funded from taxes? It doesn’t have to be safe or need be effective, and there can be a coercive mandate for booster doses every month. In the long run, neither taxes nor insurance would be able to cover the costs and people will be forced to buy it from pocket.

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