First dose vaccine rate crawls up to 69%

| 07/07/2021 | 178 Comments

(CNS): With an additional 55 people getting the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine over the last day the rate inched up slightly to 69%, according to the latest figure from public health officials. The national rate for both doses remains stalled at 64%, with 46,483 people having completed the full vaccination course. Meanwhile, the patient who had been hospitalized with COVID-19 has now been released and has returned to their own home.

The recovering patient remains the only symptomatic person among just three active cases of COVID-19 among those in isolation. There are 951 travellers quarantining either at home or at a government facility at the moment and there were no new cases of the coronavirus among those tested over the last day.

See the vaccine schedule on the HSA website here.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    From CNN this afternoon – Pfizer booster is required for effectiveness against Delta variant

    Pfizer Inc plans to ask US regulators to authorise a booster dose of its Covid-19 vaccine within the next month, Reuters reports.

    The drugmaker’s top scientist said on Thursday, based on evidence of greater risk of reinfection six months after inoculation and due to the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant.

    Pfizer Chief Scientific Officer Mikael Dolsten said the recently reported dip in the vaccine’s effectiveness in Israel was mostly due to infections in people who had been vaccinated in January or February.

    The country’s health ministry said vaccine effectiveness in preventing both infection and symptomatic disease fell to 64% in June.

    “The Pfizer vaccine is highly active against the Delta variant,” Dolsten said in an interview.

    But after six months, he said, “there likely is the risk of reinfection as antibodies, as predicted, wane.”

    • Anonymous says:

      Bingo. People will die, and we will have lockdowns, so we can have tourists who are unwilling to quarantine.

    • Anonymous says:

      CNN has reported that waning antibodies and vax efficacy are profit-motivated theoreticals, floated by the pharmaceutical companies that are trying desperately to spin that narrative and create a lasting recurring revenue line of forever boosters. All the available data, including recent excellent and lasting protection data from Israel, do not yet support booster shots for anyone other than immune compromised, and CDC and FDA issued a rare joint statement relaying that fully vaccinated individuals with US-EUA vaccines, do not yet need a booster, even for Delta variant. What the planet needs, is global distribution, and more people filtering media and corporate bias and understanding the sense of getting fully vaccinated.

  2. Cayman 2021 says:

    Iceland is over 65% vaccinated, allows borders to be open for those VACCINATED or already had covid, and you just need to take a PCR test upon arrival. No Quarantine. They have under 10 cases. Have been open for months. Proof this works.

    Stop fearing covid and get on with your lives. I had it in March before being vaccinated and I’m OKK. If you are vaccinated then you have nothing to fear because changes of you dying are SO SO SO slim!!! What is the point of a VACCINE if you can’t go on with your LIFE? It will be around for a LONG time. People need to move on with their lives and stop living in a fear bubble.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Just curious about how the “open the borders whatever the cost folks” value other people’s health and lives? Is it 2 dead is OK if I get to go shopping in Miami for the weekend or is it more like 5 dead or 10 dead?

    • Anonymous says:

      I’d say 10.

    • Anonymous says:

      Why would you place the blame on those who are vaccinated? If not, wouldn’t your question be better asked why those who freely choose no vaccinate place themselves at risk?

    • Anonymous says:

      I just find it sickening that all travel to most people here is “shopping in Miami”. I have not seen my family for nearly 2 years now. My sister has gotten married and nearly about to have her second child. I now have a brother in law I’ve never met in person and a nephew about to be born. So yea, I’d love to travel but for things more important than “shopping in Miami”. We need more flights Wayne!

  4. Anonymous says:

    The part of the population that wants the vaccine AND can get to the airport or Camana Bay during the limited hours that those locations are open have been vaccinated already – that is why the numbers are low. It is irrational for the government to keep offering the vaccines in the same 2 places during hours when people can’t get to those places.

    There are huge numbers of people who can’t get to the 2 George Town locations when they are open particularly with the airport closed for a long lunch period. If the government was serious they would take the vaccines to the districts where the people requiring vaccinations are.

    • Anonymous says:

      “There are huge numbers of people who can’t get to the 2 George Town locations when they are open particularly with the airport closed for a long lunch period”

      From the HSA website:

      “If somebody has been unable to attend the clinics they should call the ‘Flu Hotline on 1-800-534-8600 or 345-925-6327 or their local HSA District Health Centre to arrange for a vaccine to be given in their home.”

      • Anonymous says:

        This is not well advertised. Many people I know don’t have computers and are not aware of this option. Government should be advertising this possibility on the radio and by every other means. Put notices in the buses that people use to get to work. Put notices at job sites. For people with access to social media spread that information that way too.

      • Anonymous says:

        CNS – would you be able to put this information about the number to call for home vaccination on your link to the Vaccination Schedule whenever you update it. I think that might help quite a few people.

        CNS: OK , I’ll see if I can find that and add it to the info.

    • Anonymous says:

      Total B.S.
      HSA offers transport for those that don’t have it.
      If people want the vaccine they would go get it , stop making excuses .

  5. Anonymous says:

    For Canadians who may feel left out with the current focus on what is happening in the US and the UK with re-opening –

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/the-lambda-covid-19-variant-is-now-spreading-in-canada-here-s-what-you-need-to-know-1.6093411

    • Anonymous says:

      Thanks for sharing. Please note this section from your article:

      “ Despite its multiple mutations, there’s early evidence that yes, vaccines likely protect you from getting infected by lambda.

      A recent U.S. lab-based study — which was published online, but has not yet been peer-reviewed — suggests that the “vaccines in current use will remain protective against the lambda variant and that monoclonal antibody therapy will remain effective.”

      But the WHO stressed that further studies are still needed to “validate the continued effectiveness of vaccines.”

      Chow stressed the need for Canadians to keep getting vaccinated to protect themselves as best as possible.”

    • Anonymous says:

      Be careful to manually debias the heavily politically-insulating spin of the pro-government, tabloid-grade, state-owned socialist media provider. They are in the frequent habit of parroting federal lies that play to protect legacies and re-elections. Canada’s fiascos on COVID response, policy gaffs, and delayed vaccine deployment have literally killed tens of thousands of Canadians and should not be the template for any other country, certainly not a first world one.

  6. Impatient says:

    Talking of crawling, when are we going to get the plan?. Also how many vaccines do we have at present and how many are arriving in the next shipment?.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Why is the airport vaccination site closed every Monday and also closed for an hour and a half at lunch time. That makes it hard for those of us that work to get vaccinated.

    I know the Camana Bay site is open at lunch time but parking there is very hard to find.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Why is there only 1 vaccination clinic – and that one only 4 hours one evening for West Bay in the entire month of July???

    Why is there only 1 vaccination clinic – and that one only 4 hours one evening for East End in the entire month of July???

    Why is there only 1 vaccination clinic – and that one only 4 hours one evening for Bodden Town in the entire month of July???

    Why are there no vaccination clinics for North Side, Savannah, Newlands, Prospect, etc. in the entire month of July???

    I thought the HSA was supposed to be trying to get vaccines out to people.

    • Anonymous says:

      Because we live on a small island if you can’t figure out a way to get yourself to the vaccine then you clearly didn’t want it in the first place.

      • Anonymous says:

        A%%hole! Try getting to a clinic in GT when you work 7 -7 Monday to Saturday in North Side.

        • Anonymous says:

          Okay, how about you call HSA since they will make arrangements for you. But you’d rather make up how much you work and complain on CNS. Lovely.

    • Anonymous says:

      They have had plenty of clinics over the past few months in Bodden town, north side, east end, prospect, and on and on, many went until 9 pm.. You obviously weren’t paying attention. Or you are just trying to stir the 💩💩

  9. Anonymous says:

    UK’s new health secretary says Covid cases are expected to surge once restrictions are ended according to BBC news

    “Government braced for a surge in coronavirus cases

    As the UK passes the five million mark for coronavirus cases confirmed through a positive test the government is braced for a surge in new infections after restrictions are eased in England – likely to be on 19 July.

    Earlier this week Health Secretary Sajid Javid said new coronavirus cases “could go as high as 100,000” per day, after social distancing rules end.”

    • Anonymous says:

      And yet they are consciously lowering the restrictions, including quarantine, despite expecting a surge in cases as a consequence. Because they have decided that the ongoing impact of restrictions on the economy and peoples mental health outweighs the health risks, particularly given they have nearly 70% of the population vaccinated and results to date have shown that whilst infection rates may go up significantly, death and serious hospitalization rates dont follow suit. Also factored in was the realization that the virus isn’t going to go away, so itsa matter of when you relax restrictions rather than if, and that relaxing them in winter would lead to even greater spike.

      UK is grasping the nettle. here, we are going for the ostrich approach.

      • Anonymous says:

        A better analogy than grasping a nettle would be pulling the pin on a hand grenade, and throwing away the pin.

        • Military pedant says:

          That’s actually a terrible analogy. Pulling the pin out doesn’t start the detonation process – releasing the handle does – you need to take a further. conscious step – throw or drop the grenade.

          • Anonymous says:

            You are right – the UK has in effect pulled the pin – thrown it away – and released the handle while loudly proclaiming that everything will be fine for the survivors.

        • Anonymous says:

          Or maybe we’ve thrown away the pin by not having any sort of reopening strategy.

      • Anonymous says:

        Perhaps the reasoning has more to do with the interests of party donors rather than the general public?

      • Anonymous says:

        Apart from the myth referred to – Ostriches have been around for hundreds of thousands of years – longer than nettle graspers.

    • Anonymous says:

      They have had plenty of clinics over the past few months in Bodden town, north side, east end, prospect, and on and on, many went until 9 pm.. You obviously weren’t paying attention. Or you are just trying to stir the 💩💩

  10. Anonymous says:

    If the government actually wanted the vaccination rate to increase they would set up mobile units going once a week to every district and community outside GT. The district vaccination drives were huge successes. That seems to be why the government has made them much less frequent.

    • Anonymous says:

      These are still taking place…check the schedule and pick your district (this is month 6 of the vaccine drive…surely…)

      https://www.hsa.ky/public-health/coronavirus/

      • Anonymous says:

        On the link provided it states that there are going to be only 3 clinics outside of GT in the entire month of July and those are evening clinics. There is now only 1 vaccination clinic on one evening at only 1 location in each of WB, EE, and BT during July. No clinic is offered in NS.

        Where are the clinics in Savannah, Newlands, Prospect and other areas where many thousands live? Open the schools or a church in the evening and get people vaccinated!!!

  11. Anonymous says:

    So much for the US opening without Covid consequences

    Headline story on CNN website this morning –

    “Twenty-four states have seen an uptick of at least 10% in Covid-19 cases over the past week, Johns Hopkins University data shows, as health experts and the federal government keep pressing for more people to get vaccinated.
    The rapid spread of the Delta variant of the coronavirus has only ratcheted up the pressure.
    That variant, first identified in India, accounted for 51.7% of all new Covid-19 infections in the country over the two weeks that ended Saturday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has estimated.

    “We should think about the Delta variant as the 2020 version of Covid-19 on steroids,” Andy Slavitt, a former senior adviser to Joe Biden’s Covid Response Team, told CNN on Wednesday. “It’s twice as infectious. “

    • Anonymous says:

      Also note that it is spreading amongst the unvaccinated and they have a lower vaccination percentage than us.

      • Anonymous says:

        We have more than 30% not vaccinated. That is massive opportunity for the Delta variant to spread.

        • Anonymous says:

          And we have 90% of the most vulnerable vaccinated. People have made their choice. Open the field hospital and let the rest of us get on with life.

          • Anonymous says:

            So your approach is open the field hospital – expose the nurses doctors and other hospital staff to the Delta variant knowing that 5 – 6 % of them will become seriously ill, so you can sell T-shirts to the tourists who won’t show up anyway.

    • Anonymous says:

      My family and others (50 year olds and 20 year olds) got exposed to the Delta variant – son and his GF infected. Family and GF started on the ivermectin – 7 days fever, headache, fatigue, cough for my son (his GF only the mildest of symptoms – hardly sick at all). The other exposed adults (50+) had it a little rougher they didn’t take the ivermectin. In my house, me and my spouse took it at the first confirmation of the CV. Neither of us got sick, and we don’t wear masks, or isolate from each other- we are just here taking care of my son. Just living like always. And none of those exposed were vaccinated – me and my spouse aren’t vaccinated either. So, to update my previous posts – Ivermectin appears to work to prevent the illness if exposed to it, and it will lessen the symptoms of the CV if you do get it. This is other round of personal exposure to the CV that we have had to deal with.
      It is almost bad enough to make me want to get the emergency vaccine – but I will wait a while longer. I am waiting to see if everyone vaccinated starts walking sideways.
      So, more good news if you can’t take the vaccine. The treatments do appear to work really well – if started soon.

      • Anonymous says:

        Unverified anecdotes may be well intentioned but no rational person would make a decision based on them.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Latest from the CDC

    Delta variant causes more than 50% of new Covid cases in the US

    Pfizer is 94% effective at preventing hospitalization which is excellent. Nevertheless, 6% contracting the new strain may end up in hospital or worse.

    https://www.businessinsider.com/cdc-delta-variant-more-than-half-cases-us-2021-7

  13. Anonymous says:

    From the BBC this morning for all those saying the UK is fully open without Covid consequences –

    “England Covid infection rates at highest level since February

    Covid infection rates across all regions of England are at their highest level since at least February, according to Public Health England’s latest surveillance report.

    The highest case rate is being seen in north-east England, with 613.4 cases per 100,000 people in the week to 4 July.

    It is the highest figure for the region since like for like figures began in the summer of last year, as mass testing was rolled out across the country.

    Meanwhile, all the other regions are seeing their highest rate since late January or early February – with the exception of Yorkshire and the Humber where the rate is the highest since mid-November last year.”

    • Anonymous says:

      Irrelevant. How may hospitalised? How many dead?

      • Anonymous says:

        Not irrelevant. Hospitalisation and death numbers lag infection numbers as you would know if you had paid attention. We will get hospitalisation and death numbers in relation to people getting infected now in about 4 – 8 weeks.

        • Anonymous says:

          Nearly 70% is a great vaccine percentage rate to have. People are going to get infected with Covid. Most of those people will be absolutely fine, many won’t even have symptoms at all. Some will feel pretty unwell and some will end up in hospital and very sadly some will die but this is what happens with viruses, along with flu and other respiratory diseases which we have been used to year on year. The media, the politicians and the people are waking up to this fact. We have had the vaccine roll out. This is our “armour”. Time to live with Covid, move forward and open up.

        • Anonymous says:

          You are irrelevant.

          • Anonymous says:

            Not really – so far the government is doing exactly what I and all other sensible people want.

    • Anonymous says:

      But hospitalizations and deaths remain very, very low, and are only concentrated amongst the unvaccinated.

      Not much point in reporting “cases”; it is hospitalizations and deaths that you should focus on.

  14. Anonymous says:

    CNS – maybe we should have a poll to guide the politicians. The question would be: “How many people are you prepared to die so that you can have a holiday/shop overseas – 0, 5, 10, 20, more than 20.

    I am vaccinated and have family attending school overseas that have been unable to get to Cayman despite being vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine overseas. I would love to see them but despite that for me the answer to the above question would be 0.

    • Anonymous says:

      Covid-19 will become an endemic disease with the virus circulating globally forever in some manner (similar to influenza and the common cold, which is another coronavirus).

      So are you prepared for closure permanently?

    • Anonymous says:

      All of Caymans shootings have taken place at night. According to your logic you would be happy to be subject to a nighttime curfew imposed to stop the shootings. Even though you are unlikely to be a participant, the measure would reduce or eliminate deaths, and you would equate lifting the curfew to allowing those deaths to occur. God forbid you could avoid those deaths by some other mean – like vaccination in Covids case.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Re-opening is a deeply divisive subject. The best thing for government to do is to have a formal referendum on any re-opening plan so that the people can indicate their preferences.

    • Anonymous says:

      Curious as to why those disagreeing with the suggestion do not want to see a referendum.

      • Anonymous says:

        Maybe due to the length of time that would take? 1 year, 2 years?

      • CSF says:

        Presumably because only registered Caymanians would participate in a referendum. The government’s position on the border is, in my opinion, quite a different scenario from a regular political policy.

        There is an argument that the border closure may be seen as disproportionately impacting those with overseas roots. Also, what proportion of registered voters work for the civil service, have received full salaries throughout, and therefore are perhaps happier than most to retain the status quo?

      • Anonymous says:

        Some things are not suitable for determination based on popularity.

        Human rights and public health, by way of examples.

        • Anonymous says:

          Decisions based on sound public health policy is what we have but there is a braying bunch – at least on CNS – that seems discontent. A non-binding referendum would probably reassure our political class that they are on the right track.

    • Anonymous says:

      Or instead of lining up for a referendum, head to ORIA or Camana Bay and get the jab!

  16. More flights needed says:

    While the government waits for however long it takes to get to 80 percent vaccination rate, they need to allow Cayman Airways to add more Repatriation flights.

    They did not post a repatriation flight schedule for August and it was sold out in an opaque process, with no transparency.

    There are teachers that need to come on island to teach our children during the new school year. Parents bringing students to school and coming back home and the list goes on and on!

    PACT Government if you are reading this, ADD MORE REPATRIATION FLIGHTS PLEASE!

    • Anonymous says:

      I agree, PLEASE, PLEASE allow more flights for residents.

      It is so unfair and stressful that everything has been completely sold out for the summer for several weeks.

      • Anonymous says:

        It is only unfair if your reason for travel is essential (I include seeing family for the first time in a year as essential).

    • Anonymous says:

      And more shopping and partying left to do

  17. Anonymous says:

    The people in the hospital in the US now with Covid are those that are NOT vaccinated.
    Covid numbers in the US are the lowest since March 2020.
    Vaccinations work!
    Open the borders to those vaccinated. Travel in and out to ONLY those vaccinated.
    Stop the madness!

  18. Anonymous says:

    The people saying that lots of other countries have opened without consequences are like people watching someone fall off a building 30 stories up onto solid concrete below. As the person falling passes the first 10 stories on the way down they all yell – look at that – he is fine – there are no consequences to falling off a building 30 stories high.

    The UK and the US in particular are heading towards disaster between now and the end of September.

    • Anonymous says:

      What a load of XXXX. 95% of the serious Covid cases in the US in June were unvaccinated individuals, according to Dr. Fauci.

      People have to decide whether they want to get immunity through vaccination (the easy way) or natural infection (the hard way). If you are unvaccinated or have not been naturally infected, this virus will eventually find you.

    • Anonymous says:

      You realize the entire time this “it’s coming” cry has been going on the numbers have been dropping. First it was going to be a second wave, then the winter flu/Covid wave, then a Christmas wave, then the third wave……. I think we are on the goodbye wave.

  19. Anonymous says:

    Countries that are stupidly opening now will be overwhelmed by the Delta and Lambda variants by September. The only country that has safely opened is Gibraltar which opened once they had a 95% vaccination rate. Look at what is happening in BVI.

  20. Anonymous says:

    If you are fine having your travel freedoms restricted, good for you. And the inability of family and friends to visit.

    But others don’t and we are out of a public health emergency so we cant keep this up forever.

    • Anonymous says:

      You can travel…You can quarantine…and so can your family visiting you.Get over yourself!

      • Anonymous says:

        Can you please find me an outgoing and incoming flight on Cayman Airways this summer?? They have been sold out for weeks and the government refuses to allow more flights or other airlines (other than the sold out BA flights).

      • Need more flights says:

        There is actually no availability on Cayman Airways for the next couple of months.

      • Anonymous says:

        Rubbish!

  21. Anonymous says:

    Cayman is a great place to be right now, loving the less crowded diving and sandbar. The economy is just fine for the majority of people. Buying and selling very active. For those that don’t like being island bound they can consider relocating. I’m fine with the borders closed for as long as necessary. Many on the stipend have found other work and still getting the stipend. Where else does that happen. People need to just be happy with what we have here instead of complaining they can’t go on vacation or shopping. Business travel has been affected worldwide and less of it takes place now anyway you look at it. Down vote all you like, we are safe!

  22. Anonymous says:

    No surprise here. You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink…unless it’s on a work permit Open up already!

  23. Anonymous says:

    Perspective: the virus (regardless of how it got here) is here to change us. Keeping the borders closed – causing insanity – he island remains COVID free. The alternative is vaccinate as many and hope the virus will disappear. This is a gamble.
    To change is quite a task as we have to start with the thought process and to change how we think, how we were raised, to reprogram that which is programmed into us to be able to see what is, what was, and if you are gifted, what is to come. The government is on the right path.

    • Anonymous says:

      5:06am, if complete destruction of livelihood for us is the goal, then government is on the right path.

      If the goal is to learn to live safely in a world that will always have Covid, they’re not only NOT on the right path they’re hopelessly lost in the woods and not even trying to find a path.

      • Anonymous says:

        It’s best to loose that, which we can recover, if you appreciate life.

        • Anonymous says:

          9:00am, first, the word you’re looking for is “lose” not “loose”.

          More importantly, your mentality about Covid is so stunted. I fully appreciate life but more so I fully appreciate LIVING!!!!!! This is a very restricted life and we deserve better.

          The emergency stage of the pandemic is over due to effective vaccines. The virus will never be gone so we have to live with it. This is easily done.

          Get your vaccine, ditch your paranoia, and LIVE!!!!!!

  24. Anonymous says:

    America fully open
    U.K. fully open (next week)
    Cayman open 2023

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m ok with that actually

    • Anonymous says:

      UK is about to be overwhelmed with the Delta variant between now and September as a result of their nonsensical incompatible with science and medical advice opening. Hundreds of thousands will be infected, tens of thousands will be hospitalized and thousands will die, and tens of thousands will be left will suffer permanent or long term “Long Covid” effects. On the plus side, ravers can rave and the rich policitians and their friends can travel and infect other countries.

      • Anonymous says:

        Are you going to be back on comments and admit that you were completely wrong about this statement in a few months? If I thought you were kidding it would be a really funny post.

    • Anonymous says:

      u sure about 2023???….covid will be still be around and so will our spineless mla’s…

  25. JustSitRightBackAndYou'llHearATale says:

    I still feel like we are living on Gilligan’s Island. The only problem is none of the members of PACT seem to be as sharp as Gilligan, Skipper, The Professor, Mary Ann, Ginger, or Mr. & Mrs. Howell. And how long did it take them to get off that island?

    • Anonymous says:

      More like the TV Show Lost. The plane went down in March 2020 and we’ll been in purgatory forever more!

  26. Anonymous says:

    Chipping away at the additional 7,000 first doses Panton says are needed to slightly open. By summer 2022, hoping we have four flights a week on Cayman Airways.

    (This clearly is farcical. 7 jabs per hour. Glad we have thousands more doses arriving on BA next week!).

  27. Anonymous says:

    What next?

  28. Anonymous says:

    Does it matter if it is 64% or 69% or 70%? The goal post will move again shortly. Should be opened to all to travel in an out if vaccinated without any quarantine period.

  29. Anonymous says:

    Dr. Lee. How can tens of thousands of maskless people attend sporting events in England?

    • Anonymous says:

      On a work permit. Or a civil servant. Or a healthcare worker. Or a frontline worker. Or a tourism worker. Or a stipend recipient. Or an educator.

      Limiting mandatory vaccination to work permit holders only risks disaffection and makes little sense from a medical perspective.

    • Anonymous says:

      They already got it honey. We don’t.

    • Anonymous says:

      Wait 10-20 days and see what England looks like. Covid is back to doubling every 10 days – the UK is heading for a self-inflicted disaster – off the field.

      • Anonymous says:

        If nothing happens in 10-20 days will you admit you are wrong?

        • Anonymous says:

          Sure – if you will admit that I am right when the Delta virus infects 50K or more in the next 20 days

          • Anonymous says:

            10.14am – will you admit you are wrong when 50k people have the delta variant and the hospitals aren’t overwhelmed and nothing out of the ordinary has happened? Kind of like the entire pandemic where there was never overrun hospitals. Have you admitted that you were wrong this entire time?

            • Anonymous says:

              So far I have been 100% right – unlike those who have said from the beginning that Covid is a myth or that it is no worse than the flu or that it will be over next week or in a month or any other nonsense. BTW – What percentage death rate are you prepared to accept while still claiming to be right?

    • Anonymous says:

      Another experiment, the results in two weeks.

    • Anonymous says:

      Because the idiots have no regards for the welfare of the most vulnerable, and they are allowed to get away with it by a stupid Government!

  30. Anonymous says:

    Open up!

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