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Title text: I built a model that combines local case rates and vaccination stats to estimate when it's reasonable to attend various types of party, but I forgot to include anything about where to find them.
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This comic is another in a series of comics related to the ongoing pandemic of the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19, specifically regarding the Covid-19 vaccine.
Hooray, Cueball and Megan are finally fully vaccinated! This means that they are now able to socialize within society, as they are unafraid of being infected by COVID or spreading COVID to others.
However, the punchline lies in the fact that Cueball and Megan have never been good with social interactions, and are still unsure of how to do this.
The title text continues with this theme, as Cueball (or Megan?) is good at building mathematical models to know when it is safe to attend parties (and other large gatherings), but the issue remains that they are not commonly invited to these events, or are socially awkward when attending them.
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- [Cueball, holding a phone, stands next to Megan.]
- Cueball: It's official: we're fully vaccinated.
- Megan: It doesn't feel real.
- [Cueball and Megan continue standing, Cueball without his phone]
- Cueball: I can't wait to hang out with friends again.
- Megan: Seriously.
- [Neither speaks in the next panel (frameless), looking outwards]
- [They look back at each other and continue the conversation]
- Cueball: So, uh...how do we...
- Megan: I was hoping you knew.
- Cueball: I'm realizing now, I was hazy on this before the pandemic.
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