Report Coronavirus - potential Black Swan? in House prices and the economy Posted 33 minutes ago 2 minutes ago, FallingAwake said: Anyway, it's going to be a fascinating couple of years. We're essentially going to have three groups whether we like it or not: (1) The "fully vaccinated" who keep up with their xth booster, (2) The "two shots and I'm done" group. If scientists and politicians are serious about science, they should not be considered unvaccinated, because what happens to these people will be of particular scientific interest. (3) The non-vaccinated, i.e. people who have never received a coronavirus vaccine. The trials that (1) and (2) are currently participating in (in lieu of actual clinical trials) will continue to produce data for us to determine whether the current crop of vaccines were good or not, in a wider sense and longer sense. I'd imagine this kind of science would be important to people who plan to keep getting their boosters every 5-6 months. Will it turn out to be a Clint Eastwood scenario, where 5 boosters don't effect you, but say, the sixth paralyses you for life? 😮 Group 2 will be classed as "unvaccinated."