Swimming is Hazardous to Health of Vaccinated People, as Drowning Episodes Break Records Across The United States

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This blogger has shared at least twice now that he did not learn how to swim until after age 30. It was a military-style, four-day immersion class that essentially taught muscle memory to establish buoyancy, confidence and the ability to move from one place to the next in water.

Today swimming still is not a frequent habit. A few laps in pools happen on occasion just because it’s cool to have that ability after years of not. Adults who voluntary get into deep bodies of water know how to swim, or have death wishes, or are drunk. But everything is different in this world since 2020 and more so since 2021.

Alcohol is involved in nearly half of all fatal drownings in the U.S., and one-third of non-fatal drownings, according to a 2018 meta-analysis published in the peer-review journal Drug and Alcohol Review. Nearly 80% of all U.S. drowning deaths are males. At least 20% of drowning deaths are kids ages 1 to 14. People ages 15 to 24 also account for a large portion of U.S. drowning victims. A 2009 study in the peer-reviewed journal Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine found an 88% reduction in drowning risk for kids up to age 4 who had formal swimming lessons.

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