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JoGaki
post Jan 18 2021, 11:26 AM

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India started Covishield (AstraZeneca) vaccine 2 days ago, no cases reported and all going smoothly
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post Jan 18 2021, 04:44 PM

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saw this https://www.bitchute.com/video/SLHNdZST0jne/
any opinion?
JohnL77
post Jan 18 2021, 09:44 PM

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Can add this to the list, TS.


guest54321
post Jan 18 2021, 10:27 PM

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QUOTE(JohnL77 @ Jan 18 2021, 09:44 PM)
Can add this to the list, TS.


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when the ceo doesn't even wanna take it, you know something is fishy.
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post Jan 18 2021, 11:31 PM

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QUOTE(guest54321 @ Jan 18 2021, 10:27 PM)
when the ceo doesn't even wanna take it, you know something is fishy.
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Damn right.
Moogle Stiltzkin
post Jan 19 2021, 09:00 AM

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QUOTE(xander83 @ Jan 17 2021, 03:17 PM)
Good luck to those guinea pigs  rclxms.gif
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The vaccine was just 50.4% effective at preventing symptomatic infections in the Brazilian trial, including data on “very mild” cases, researchers said on Tuesday.

Last week, they said the vaccine, called CoronaVac, showed 78% efficacy against “mild-to-severe” cases.

The news prompted Malaysia and Singapore, which have purchase agreements with Sinovac, to say on Wednesday that they would seek more data from the Chinese firm on efficacy rates before they approved and bought supplies.

“These Phase III clinical trial results are sufficient to prove that CoronaVac vaccine’s safety and effectiveness are good around the world,” Sinovac Biotech Chairman Yin Weidong told a news conference.

Different countries used vaccines from the same batch in their trials, but the countries don’t have identical testing protocols, he said.

Piecemeal disclosures from Sinovac’s trials as well as those from studies of other Chinese vaccines have raised concerns that they are not subject to the same public scrutiny as U.S. and European alternatives.


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The Brazilian results suggest CoronaVac is far less effective than vaccines developed by Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna, which have an efficacy rate of about 95%. Russia says its Sputnik V vaccine has an efficacy of 91%, while the UK's vaccine, developed by Oxford University and AstraZeneca, has an average efficacy of 70%. The Sinovac vaccine has a lower efficacy rate than its domestic Chinese competitor, developed by the state-owned Sinopharm, which it says has a 79.34% efficacy.

https://edition.cnn.com/2021/01/17/asia/sin...-hnk/index.html
https://www.reuters.com/article/health-coro...a-idINKBN29I13L



that said the pfizer vaccine isn't going to be practical for people not living in urban areas.



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post Jan 19 2021, 09:09 AM

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Agreed with some of the posters here, if in doubt, don't take, u r not forced into taking a vaccine. It is ur own responsibilities for ur own doing and actions if anything happened to u.

Y want to volunteer to risk ur own life? For the better good of human kind? Then let ur sacrifice not be in vain.
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post Jan 19 2021, 09:57 AM

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QUOTE(guest54321 @ Jan 18 2021, 10:27 PM)
when the ceo doesn't even wanna take it, you know something is fishy.
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Source: https://markets.businessinsider.com/news/st...kkjea2jeyrxlyds
xander83
post Jan 19 2021, 12:37 PM

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QUOTE(Moogle Stiltzkin @ Jan 19 2021, 09:00 AM)
it gets better
https://edition.cnn.com/2021/01/17/asia/sin...-hnk/index.html
https://www.reuters.com/article/health-coro...a-idINKBN29I13L
that said the pfizer vaccine isn't going to be practical for people not living in urban areas.
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Already knew gonna happen because of piece meal approach with with different standards in place with the kinda of approach they are using

Just like Turkey claims of 91.25% efficiency act when the sample pool was of only for 3000 participants rclxms.gif
trusol
post Jan 20 2021, 12:12 AM

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QUOTE(Moogle Stiltzkin @ Jan 19 2021, 09:00 AM)
it gets better
https://edition.cnn.com/2021/01/17/asia/sin...-hnk/index.html
https://www.reuters.com/article/health-coro...a-idINKBN29I13L
that said the pfizer vaccine isn't going to be practical for people not living in urban areas.
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QUOTE(xander83 @ Jan 19 2021, 12:37 PM)
Already knew gonna happen because of piece meal approach with with different standards in place with the kinda of approach they are using

Just like Turkey claims of 91.25% efficiency act when the sample pool was of only for 3000 participants  rclxms.gif
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Originally designed to take the second dose after 4 weeks, but instead the participants were given the second dose after only 2 weeks.

But nearly 1,400 of them took the vaccine 1 week late at 3 weeks, and their efficacy level of this group went up by 20% to 70%.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/202...-confusing-data

Somebody probably had screwed-up, thinking there was no difference in efficacy if the interval was shortened.

In the UK, the interval between Pfizer jabs have been widened to 12 weeks.

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post Jan 20 2021, 02:46 PM

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QUOTE(trusol @ Jan 20 2021, 12:12 AM)
Originally designed to take the second dose after 4 weeks, but instead the participants were given the second dose after only 2 weeks.

But nearly 1,400 of them took the vaccine 1 week late at 3 weeks, and their efficacy level of this group went up by 20% to 70%.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/202...-confusing-data

Somebody probably had screwed-up, thinking there was no difference in efficacy if the interval was shortened.

In the UK, the interval between Pfizer jabs have been widened to 12 weeks.
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Pfizer’s booster should work after 6 weeks from the prime shot which i believe UK regulators does extend 12 weeks as they believe the shelf life coupled with calculations of it’s booster works

Will be interesting to see when they mass rollout AstraZeneca on how the booster strategy being rollout and the duration apart from it rclxms.gif
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post Yesterday, 12:15 AM

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Directors level above and CEO might be working for money only but who are the ones worked hard to produce a vaccine for hope to this covid? Doctors, they do work hard to save lives.
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post Yesterday, 06:21 AM

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QUOTE(jerm57 @ Jan 12 2021, 11:26 AM)
Yes, it is perfectly safe.

Anyone who says otherwise will be banned off FB, Twitter and other platforms.

Posted from Zuckerberg approved account.
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Lol!
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post Yesterday, 09:10 AM

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Msia when lar

 

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