96% of adults over 50 have had at least one shot

| 22/09/2021 | 144 Comments
Vaccines administered by HSA staff (file photo)

(CNS): The most recent breakdown of the demographics of people who have been vaccinated, with at least one shot of a COVID-19 vaccine shows that 93% of residents in Cayman over the age of 40 have now rolled up their sleeves, with even higher rates in the 50-59 and over 60 age groups (96% and 97% respectively). The latest details from Chief Medical Officer Dr John Lee on testing and vaccination reveal four positive cases of the virus over the last 24 hours in travellers but there are no reports of any new cases in the community.

The emergence of COVID-19 in the community this month has fuelled a spike in vaccinations. As of Wednesday morning, 54,796 people, or 77% of an estimated population of 71,106, have had at least one dose and 50,901, or 72%, have had two shots. Two people have also now had a third short as the booster programme gets underway for the most vulnerable.

“We know there is a lot of interest from the public about receiving a booster dose,” said Dr Lee. “However, this programme is not yet open to the public in general. The HSA will make an announcement in due course.”

As well as extremely high vaccination rates among adults, with even 81% of young people aged 18-29 having now received at least one shot, almost three quarters of eligible children aged 12-17 have also at least started their vaccination course.

Vaccination rate by age group:

See the vaccine schedule on the HSA website here.

For more information on vaccines contact the HSA Communications team at
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See here for more information on securely verifiable vaccination records.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    And fix the damned dump!

  2. Anonymous says:

    It is ironic that many of the vaxed are among the most fearful of the disease and most fearful of reopening. 100% vaccination will not be enough to calm them. Blaming this on the unvaxed and calling them ignorant is both rude and pointless. Many of them are ready for reopening. Their risk calculations are different than the majority, perhaps, but are not crazy considering the whole thing has been politicized beyond recognition and much of the science had been “best guess.”

  3. Anonymous says:

    The few ppl I know who don’t want the vaccine WANT the borders to open because they aren’t afraid of the virus. Their choice. The few who don’t want to open are the ones who are not suffering financially, without any regard to what others may be going through not only struggling financially but also separated from their families or with limited access to specialized medical care which requires overseas travel so it’s ironic that they are calling everyone else “selfish”

  4. Anonymous says:

    There are negative PCR pre-arrival testing fully-vaccinated inbound travellers that are being screened at the end of their travel quarantine as positives. Some will need boosters, or wait a month or two for one of the newer mRNA VOC vaccines to end this chapter. We’ll get there.

  5. Anonymous says:

    New day, new episode, 571st in fact of the “Cayman and COVID” saga.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Is ‘the worst cold ever’ going around?
    https://www.bbc.com/news/newsbeat-58624295

    “It’s not Covid, I’ve been tested!”
    “This is legit the worst cold/flu I’ve ever had, feel like I’ve been hit with a bus”

    Unfortunately the article is silent on COVID vaccination status of those having Super Cold.

    • Anonymous says:

      Huh? We actually have no idea what you’re going on about. Also no sane vaccinated person will ever offer themselves up to be tested and forced into a quarantine while we are basically unaffected.

      • Anonymous says:

        Read the BBC article for Pete’s sake before commenting. Then you will know what it is about.

        I believe it is about having severe cases of common cold. 10:23 is asking could be severely of common cold, usually very mild, caused by covid vaccines. Legit question.

        • Anonymous says:

          The “common” cold can actually be very unpleasant. It’s being attributed to people’s immune systems having missed out on viral infections during lockdown, nothing to do with vaccines.

      • Hello from London says:

        Okay pupil! Listen up!

        BBC has reported that usually mild common cold exhibits itself quite differently this year.
        People who got common cold as the “worst cold/flu I’ve ever had”, made sure it is not COVID.
        10:23 is asking is it possible that COVID vaccine is causing usually mild common cold become severe. But since there is no information on the vaxx status, it is nearly impossible to know.

        As for your second sentence, when you feel like being hit by a bus, you probably would want to know if it is COVID, regardless of your vaccination status.

        Have a nice day.

  7. Anon says:

    Great news.

    But let’s still lock up everyone that is complying with their vaccinations
    Instead of being beacon of common sense
    Cayman is the laughing stock of the world

    In the airport you have Travel time employee dressed in a hazmat suit next to an airport employee in a Hawaiian shirt ?

    There is no reason or common sense in these rules
    You are destroying the economy of these islands over fear

    But it doesn’t matter to any civil servant or politician because you are still being paid
    The whole situation now and the PACT government decisions is asinine

    OPEN UP CAYMAN

  8. Anonymous says:

    Panton and PACT followed the science until they didn’t and panicked over a small outbreak which they stated were inevitable. The medical community has stated that they are prepared and welcome the chance to serve and protect the community. CIG is lead by a premier and cabinet that is grossly inexperienced and has no plan. Cayman people did their part and got the jab. Enough, open the island now.

  9. Anonymous says:

    The juvenile privilege being spouted…these island are somewhat restricted access, not closed. Flexible travellers can easily buy a ticket and come and go, like tens of thousands have. Visitors can come if they can abide. The friction point is the inbound quarantine policy. That should be the focus of solution finding, rather than falsely lamenting that people are somehow trapped here, that really aren’t. These are not normal times anywhere, and you can still get where you need to go, if you want to. At this point in the marathon, the vaccines are a bit like wearing half a parachute against Delta. I don’t want to necessarily jump out of an airplane wearing that, yet so many, fatigued or bored perhaps, blind to the realtime miscalculations elsewhere, seem eager to test theirs out, thinking the loudest voice wins.

    • anonymous says:

      That is not true. I was barely allowed on my flight because while my husband is a work-permit holder, I am not. She told me “it doesn’t work that way.” I even provided a negative covid test!

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s the expensive, hard to get flights that have no connections to anywhere, on top of a week long quarantine, even though we have been fully vaccinated since January (and about to get boosters.) We are one and a half hours away on a straight line but 10-14 hours via Miami layover at double the usual cost. There is no reason for this. Cayman is not covid free, what is the big fear. We did the 14 day quarantine once, but never agan.

    • Anonymous says:

      The only flight option (Cayman Airways) doesn’t actually have flights available, their posted future flight schedule is not real! They cancel booked flights and no flights are available in the next 30 days for example. In that sense, yes, people are trapped and unable to leave and re-enter Cayman!

  10. Anonymous says:

    I’ll play the devils advocate for a moment.
    The government has admitted that we do not know how many people live on this island. Crazy to think about for how small it is.
    How do we know these numbers are accurate representations?
    Do we take into consideration the people who have been vaccinated who do not live here? Either snow birds or those on work contracts who have since left.
    Will the census make any difference? Who knows how accurate a report that will be or if there will be a vaccination question on it.

    • Anonymous says:

      Stop fixating on numbers. You could be surprised how a real life will play out.

    • Anonymous says:

      what other country in the world is using a population census excuse as a reason for not opening up????
      welcome to wonderland.

  11. Asking says:

    I’m wondering if the government takes into consideration students and some parents that are overseas who have taken the jab or are these persons not? Some of these students got their jabs in the UK and US and of course there is no record in the CI files of them having the jab.

    CNS, would you be able to answer this for us please?

    Thx

    • Anonymous says:

      Get a life!!!!!!!!!!!

    • Anonymous says:

      Considering they aren’t living here that woukd make it look like we are more vaccinated than we are. Plus there were a lot of foreigner s coming in to get shots. When I went there was an American college student getting hers. Her father lives here but she lives with her mother in the USA.

      • Anonymous says:

        Yet they count those who received vaccinations while visiting family, those who were on long since expired work permits, those who have chosen to leave to escape the oppressions, etc.

        Bottom line, the number don’t mean shit.

        Open the damn border already.

  12. Anonymous says:

    Open up Cayman.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Governments next opening plan will require a 120% vaccination rate.
    All children will be shipped to the brac.
    Outdoor crowds will be limited to no more than four people Mon-Sat.
    Two people on a Sunday.
    Date will be set for Oct 14th 2025.

    That should give them enough time to get their sh1t sorted.

    • The Frog Chorus says:

      April 1st would make sense. Wayne has shown his regime is one big joke with these backtracking measures.

    • anon says:

      I love it 1.18 am govt are vacillating continually. they cant make a decision I am so fed up with the whole thing. Lets move on for goodness sake

  14. Anonymous says:

    That is stats and graph for one shot. Those people aren’t fully covered. If it was for two shots then they would be fully vaccinated.

    CNS: Hence the headline.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Let’s get opened and let the anti-vaxxers fall where they may..

    Vaccines have been available since January and with the exception of children under 12 and those unable medically have had more than their chance..

    • Anonymous says:

      Those “fall where they may” proponents, who believe they are 100% bulletproof, either aren’t keeping up with current events, or don’t understand the limits of the protection that went into their arm, derived from originating strain of almost two years ago.

  16. Anonymous says:

    Thank you CNS for reporting these stats! It’s incredible how afraid the government is despite the nearly 100% vaccination rate among the vulnerable age groups.

    CNS: Just to note that this is the first dose. There’s a five-week gap between the first dose and full vaccination protection – three weeks between doses and then two more weeks.

  17. We are safe says:

    Bad news. There are lots and lots of breakthrough cases of COVID for those who believe they are immune. You are not immune so don’t be surprised if opening up leads to you catching COVID.

    Good news. If you are vaxxed, tell yourself that you won’t die when you catch COVID because you won’t. Parents, tell yourself that your children have a statistical probability of death from COVID of 0%. Also, for the unvaxxed, you only have a 00.03% chance of dying from COVID as well.

    Even better news. All of these odds are reduced even more with early treatment of virus by monoclonal antibodies, ivermectin and/or hydroxychloroquine.

    • Anonymous says:

      Had me right up until the donkey drugs. Agree that the vaccines from early last year are not necessarily a bulletproof vest today, but they are the best advantage we’ve got today.

    • Anonymous says:

      hydroxychloroquine….

      Yeah, ok Donald. Let’s inject bleach while we’re at it. SMH.

    • Anonymous says:

      FFS can we stop touting Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine etc.

      Might as well apply leeches for blood-letting or burn some sage to change an infected persons aura…

    • Anonymous says:

      You should try leaches.

    • Anonymous says:

      Good god there is some absolute morons in this world. The poster above being one. If you want to take a horse dewormer and probably get sick, go to your vet. If you want a free life saving drug, get the vaccine.

      • Anonymous says:

        Why would someone want to take horse dewormer when they can have the Nobel prize winning, multi faceted, doctor prescribed, safe, clinically tested for efficacy, administered more than a billion times human version of ivermectin. What are you, an idiot?

  18. Anonymous says:

    There are lots and lots of breakthrough cases of COVID.

    • The Frog Chorus says:

      Yes, because efficacy simply means reduced chance of infection on any occasion. But delta is so infectious basically everyone will get it jabbed or not. So “breakthrough” cases are neither here nor there. What matters is what happens when the vaccinated get it and the answer is “not that much”. Covid has, and please I don’t want to sound Trumpist about out, essentially become the flu for the vaccinated.

    • Anonymous says:

      Very, very few of which get sick or die. What’s your point? Lots and lots of cases of flu too. Want to shut down the economy for that as well?

  19. Anonymous says:

    93% isn’t enough! We should definitely be over 100%.

    110% is a better number to aim at. 😉

    • who cares, I do. says:

      9.00pm,if you have a population of 71,106, that’s 100%. How are you going to get 110% out of that? Where is is 7111 going to come from,ghosts? Come on, make sense.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Cayman has one of the highest vaccination rates i the world. The Pfizer stops spread and death and hospital, including delta. We always knew that. What a ridiculous state we are in. The rest of the world was open ages ago. We are a joke.

    • Anonymous says:

      The joke could be your grasp fo science: the current iteration of approved vaccines do not necessary halt spread. With waning 40-50% efficacy against Delta, we can read from elsewhere that “breakthrough” cases do happen, basically half the time, though perhaps not as serious to those people that are only concerned with DEATH as their benchmark for community health and safety.

    • Anonymous says:

      We also have a Premier who doesn’t want the first death from Covid of a resident to occur on his watch. He would rather bury the tourist industry, because he thinks he can paper over that by giving away free money to anyone who asks for it.

  21. Anonymous says:

    we had 90% of over 660’s done in april…hence why alden said we could then open up but to then change his mind a week later.the only questions from here on should be:
    who can get sick and how many are likely to need hospital care?

  22. Anonymous says:

    There are so many morbidly obese folk on the island that no vaccine will help. Better to lose the beef than get vaccinated. Good for environment too.

    • Anonymous says:

      If they would eat beef only they would shed pounds really fast. Besides, those who are vegetarians pass lots of winds, bad for the environment.

  23. Anonymous says:

    Great that the vaccination rate is so high but who knows what other variants will transpire. We must keep the borders closed until covid is globally eradicated. If people want to leave the island , I say leave. We are thriving economically and socially.

    • Robert Mugabe IV says:

      Wow. I’m convinced now it’s not the unvaxxed but rather the segment in the pie chart labeled “The uneducated Vaxxed who believe Covid will be eradicated from the planet if we stay shut down, and then it will be safe to open”
      How can anyone with a working brain think Covid will disappear.
      The overwhelming percentage of vaxxed want to open up NOW. That was the point in the program.

      We have the scientific based numbers needed, any other decision is futile, and is solely based on FEAR
      Open the Borders.

    • Anonymous says:

      Thriving, really? Have you read about the budget deficit and the epidemic of violent crime and road deaths/injuries currently occurring?

      • Anonymous says:

        Confirmed today that government has more than made up for the lost tourism revenue with the introduction of one additional fee on funds.

    • Anonymous says:

      “We are thriving…” My god, whatever bubble you live in must be a fkin wonderland. It must be nice to not have to deal with the reality the majority of the population has to deal with.

    • Anonymous says:

      8:13. Winner of most clueless poster of the day! Just a couple quick things you need to be clued in on:

      1.) Covid will NEVER be globally eradicated

      2.) We are NOT thriving economically or socially (or in any other way, for that matter).

    • Anonymous says:

      What planet are you on? Sorry, a lot of us are very definitely not thriving. Government is steaming through cash reserves, and financial services are continually under threat. Direct taxation may come sooner than you think

  24. Anonymous says:

    What is that population estimate based on? Does seem trustworthy if you look at the numbers published by the economic and statistics office.

  25. Annoyed says:

    Does our obtuse Government not understand that businesses are making decisions based on their promises and decisions?! I have lost so much money due to this decision. Okay, you say dollars or lives. So I switched my plans and went back into a lockdown economy playbook. Again huge costs. We have no belief in this government. For all we know they will again reverse corse and cost our company another 100k. Why, because they don’t have to pay for it. It is all on us.

    • Anonymous says:

      Because they are on huge salaries, insurance, pensions and whatever other perks are involved. They have not gone through any hardship, loss or insecurity since this started or any other time. Instead all get salary increases, smirk away on TV whilst not having vaccine, just making fun of the ‘stupid’people …. Why would they care or understand!

      • anonymous says:

        8:11pm,you are so right. as long as they receiving their huge salaries and perks,screw the rest

    • who cares, I do. says:

      7:28pm, it is always about the mighty dollars, lives don’t matter, right?

  26. Anonymous says:

    Do you remember protect the vulnerable? Well that group pretty much covers it! Open the country up!!!!!!!

  27. Anonymous says:

    People should realize that any visitors that come here from November to April will be either in their hotel/condo room or outdoors. Eating dinner each night in December at a restaurant outdoors has always been more preferable anyways.

    Boating, jet skiing, sitting on the beach, snorkeling, driving around the island, walking around Camana Bay, dining outdoors….not exactly activity that contributes to spread.

  28. Anonymous says:

    Honorable Alden, you need to get England to make you the leader and then everything will be alright!

  29. Anonymous says:

    Urge remaining people to get vaccinated. In Bermuda, COVID is punishing the unvaccinated. 10 deaths in last three weeks, all not fully vaccinated. 58 people in hospital, 90% not fully vaccinated. No one under 18 years in hospital.

    Bermuda has same population as Cayman.

    “Two more deaths brings Covid toll to 45, 58 people in hospital, 168 new active cases”

    https://www.royalgazette.com/health/news/article/20210922/covid-19-two-more-deaths-58-people-in-hospital/

    • Anonymous says:

      Bermuda has a lower vaccination rate than Cayman, especially in people 50 and above. I don’t have firm details but it is something between 70% and 80%. With 96% of our older people vaccinated I don’t think we would see the same result when we open our borders.

      • Anonymous says:

        Sure, let’s open up because YOU don’t THINK we would see the same result…SMH…seems like sound advice.
        This isn’t an easy answer, but I for one would absolutely cringe at the thought of someone dying because so many decided that their financial well being was more important that someone’s life. Even if it was a stranger and I’m well aware that people die everyday, but some of the comments I see out there in social media are quite shocking to me. People best to keep your opinions to yourself these days as you never know who will one day be your next employer, landlord, anyone that may be of impact to your life and trust me when I say, there are a NUMBER of names I will remember…

  30. Anonymous says:

    #November 15th.

  31. Anonymous says:

    How high is the proportion of the 12-17 age group to overall eligible population to skew the overall vaccination rate as much is being reported??

  32. Anonymous says:

    Incompetence by CIG reigns supreme. 95% of population vulnerable to the virus (40+) population is vaccinated. What gives? Open the economy, open the borders and give the people of Cayman their freedom to work and travel back.

  33. Anonymous says:

    These numbers are amazing and show that the population of Cayman has done their part and is ready to reopen.

    The correct steps to take now will be to continue to wear masks in supermarkets, medical offices, public transport, and businesses that choose to do so.

    The recent outbreaks have put us on guard and shown us that:

    1/ Covid zero is not a realistic goal

    2/ We should maintain precautions where possible

    3/ Vaccinated people are at a low risk of serious illness

    4/ Children are at a low risk of serious illness

    It’s time to get this country back on track. It’s time to allow freedom of travel to vaccinated people as the rest of the world is.

  34. Anonymous says:

    Nearly the whole damn place is protected and, yet, here we sit closed off. 🤦🏻‍♀️

  35. Insulated South Sound Resident says:

    Not me!

  36. Sheriff says:

    I have lost all faith in PACT sticking with any part of their reopening plan. More people getting vaccinated is great but will it really matter to a government that reacted out of fear when we had a community outbreak? Even if we get to 100% of all eligible people fully vaccinated I doubt it will be enough.

    I do not trust them. They have taken away our credibility with airlines, booking agents, tourists, etc. If killing tourism for the next 3-5 years was the goal of PACT they have absolutely achieved that goal.

  37. Anonymous says:

    So we done with the ‘Armageddon’ now? Rolls eyes!

  38. Anonymous says:

    Open up now!

  39. Anonymous says:

    Looks like everyone is getting vaccinated except for the trolls on here. No wonder the current outbreak is so small and no one is dying. Give it another two weeks and open the border!

  40. Anonymous says:

    This kind of data should have been published long ago.

    CNS: It’s been published regularly for a while. You haven’t been paying attention.

  41. MEER says:

    Thank you CNS! With these figures on % of vaccinated persons, what is the Government doing not proceeding with Phase 4 (?) – the most vulnerable to C19 is almost 100% vaccinated. We are well over 80% where the “age” counts.

    Current Government needs to commence a community to community education program, that contracting C19 does not equal death, especially when you are vaccinated!

    Open 14th Oct.

  42. Common Sense says:

    This is great news! Based on this information it should be concluded that we are definitely ready to open the borders.

    Not all age groups are at equal risk, and those that are at higher risk are over 90% vaccinated. This is what matters, rather than the arbitrary target of 80% across all age groups.

    Kids under 12 are extremely low risk (https://www.bbc.com/news/health-57766717), so let’s open up!

    • Anonymous says:

      Nah, flu epidemic is predicted for winter months, for people developed no immunity due to flu absence in the last two years. Get ready for a flu jab. Not sure though if anyone was working on developing it for 2021-22 season.

  43. Anonymous says:

    So again, please show me specific, credible, peer accepted studies that show we need a higher rate of vaccination to stop the apocalypse.

  44. Anonymous says:

    If you told me back in March that our vax stats would look like this on September 22nd, I would ask, did we open in July or did we wait until August?

    Answer: neither. We were going to open October 14th but we pushed this out until at least the end of the year.

  45. Anonymous says:

    The only people wanting to keep the border closed are some of the unvaccinated folks. They want their cake and are eating it too! Selfishness of the highest order.

    If you are too stupid not to get vaccinated then you must live with the risks that entails including death and hospitalization.

    Adults are all responsible for their actions, why should COVID be any different?

    The govt simply has no rational reason for keeping the border closed and using the vaccination rate as an excuse is disgraceful since we’ve all had 18 months to get vaccinated. Bermuda is not the Cayman Islands.

    Oh and if you’re so afraid of covid and are unvaccinated, then lock yourself away from the world, I don’t see why everyone else should.

    • Anonymous says:

      Relax. There appears to be none. Everyone is jabbed.

    • Anonymous says:

      It is the vaxxed that are afraid to open up.

    • AB says:

      I am unvaccinated, with a rare medical condition and exemption. I have spoken to many unvaccinated people and not once have I heard any of them say that they want to border to remain closed. NOT ONCE!

      Is it possible that the ones who want the borders closed are the vaccinated folks who are beginning to doubt the effectiveness of their shot? Maybe they’re waiting for a booster?

      • Mumbichi says:

        Same. My medical condition is contraindicated for the Pfizer vaccine. I want the borders open. We need to get things rolling here.

        You all can keep fighting with each other, I’m out. I would like to have the Janssen vaccine, but it’s not going to be available here ever, and I’m not going up there. I have no choice but to trust in my robust immune system, and I’m fine with that. Don’t paint me as the holdout. The government hasn’t ever given me a thing, and I’ve never asked. I take care of my own. You be you.

        I will ride out whatever I catch, just as I’ve always done.

      • Anonymous says:

        No it’s people who can get the jabs Who are holding us back. So please maybe go back to those many people and tell them they’re being dumbasses. Hopefully that medical condition of yours isn’t impending doom when you get Covid.

      • Common sense says:

        Regardless.. If you want the border closed and are ineligible for a vaccine, willingly unvaccinated or are waiting on a booster, do you think it is right for society to lock itself away from the world because of this minority?

        Here’s an idea… if you fall into the above category, stay at home and live in your own bubble of fear for as long as you like. The rest of us want the border to open.

    • Anonymous says:

      I know many fully vaccinated people who would happily keep the borders closed. We have no clear data about the long term impacts of COVID infection, we have limited data about the long term effectiveness of the vaccine, we continue to be at risk of new vaccine-resistant variants developing and reaching our shores so long as COVID continues to run rampant globally, and life without the scourge of tourism and living with total freedom to go about your daily life without so much of a thought about COVID have been an absolute blessing in terms of the environment and mental health.

      • Anonymous says:

        It has been the exact opposite of a blessing in terms of mental health! Ridiculous statement.

        • Anonymous says:

          If you have had the good fortune to live in Cayman, you have no idea what a daily toll it has been for just about everyone in the rest of the world to constantly have to think about their health and safety because of COVID. We have had none of that.

  46. Anonymous says:

    So CIG – who is there left that is at risk here?? Get the borders open and lets get on with our lives.

  47. Anonymous says:

    So basically we’ve reached the goal. We are at 80% of those eligible.

    • Anon says:

      Ahhh but PACT’s goal was not 80% of the “eligible” population, it was 80% of the entire estimated 71K population.

      • Anonymous says:

        Well that’s just stupid.

        It’s unattainable anytime this year, if you remove the 1,000+ persons that cannot be jabbed due to medical reasons and the 4,000+ children under 12 that are not eligible.

        • Anonymous says:

          While you have a point, your numbers are off. The population under the age of 12 is between 8000 and 9000. The number of persons who can’t be vaccinated for legitimate medical reasons is closer to 7.

        • STX says:

          I think that was the point. Unattainable, any time, until such time as the vaccine for the 12+ old kidos, then more time to get that group covered (even though it isn’t necessary), and then the next group 5 to 11, and so on, and so on. When the loans come due, when the CIG starts squeezing the remaining productive industries for coin – then they will open.

  48. Anonymous says:

    With stats like this, Cayman is almost at maximum protection. I don’t understand what good waiting until some mythical future date to allow visitors will do. How are we or the world going to be any different?

    These draconian closures are futile. A zero-COVID policy at all costs is not creative or smart.

    We are gong backwards abandoning a communicated plan and in fact INCREASING quarantine.

  49. Anonymous says:

    And yet, we threw away our credibility with visitors and associated airlines as to our reopening plans because certain members of government engaged in histrionics. Pretty sure the P in PACT these days is better associated with Pathetic.

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