Problems with Vaccines.. past and present.

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XTraveller

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Thanks and let me guess most vaccinated with pfizer. I feel safer here in my small town in DR and with 2 sinovac shots maybe going for 3rd shot pfizer just my choice not imposing it to anyone. I would be more scare if living in big city like Santo Domingo.
 
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"Follow the science and listen to the experts."

The CDC and the WHO does not recommend mixing vaccines except in special limited circumstances;



The WHO now says not to get a booster shot as there is not enough scientific evidence to justify it.


And what are people doing..........mixing vaccines and getting boosters.

Then those same people have the temerity to finger wag at those who are reluctant to "follow the science and listen to the experts."


Respectfully,
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JD Jones

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Here's an article worth reviewing from NPR:


Basically says if you have two vaccines you're good to go. Getting a booster is seen as trying to stay ahead of what may come.
 
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windeguy

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Here's an article worth reviewing from NPR:


Basically says if you have two vaccines you're good to go. Getting a booster is seen as trying to stay ahead of what may come.
WHO knows? Only the shadow knows, certainly not the WHO.
 
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SKY

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WHO knows? Only the shadow knows, certainly not the WHO.
By the way from the time you got your two doses of Sinovac and the Pfizer BOOSTER shot in Jumbo at Puerto Plata that you told us about have you had problems of any kind to date?
 

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Stories like these are precisely the reason why so many countries tried so hard to encourage their citizens to "get the jab".
The desire was to shut it down (the virus), stop it in its tracks.
The longer the virus is permitted to run rampant, the more variants will emerge.
Each one more contagious than the last as the virus fights for its survival.
Will the day come that a variant comes along that runs right over our existing vaccines?
Why not?
It is a race against time and too many have taken a scientific issue, turned it on its head and scrambled for some sort of political and/or financial gain.
It is almost as if the human race has bet against itself.
Sigh.
 
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windeguy

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A vaccine against this coronavirus unfortunately does not work in the same manner as a polio vaccine.
You get a vaccine for polio and you never get polio.

CV19 vaccines grant a reduction in severity of symptoms for most people it would seem which wanes over time and you can still be asymptomatically contagious, hence CV19 will remain endemic over time.
 
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Who's going to first here to volunteer for that one? With Sinova+Pfizer+booster+this one, you won't have a thing to worry about.
 

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Full approval for Pfizer Covid vaccine could come from FDA Monday, report says​

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  • The Food and Drug Administration could approve the Pfizer and BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine on Monday, The New York Times reported.
  • The move would make it the first vaccine to go from emergency use authorization to full FDA approva
 

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Full approval for Pfizer Covid vaccine could come from FDA Monday, report says​

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  • The Food and Drug Administration could approve the Pfizer and BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine on Monday, The New York Times reported.
  • The move would make it the first vaccine to go from emergency use authorization to full FDA approva
Monday should give the anti-vaxxers enough time to come up with a different excuse to not get the jab.
 

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Get this trough your heads ..
We dont need an excuse .. . OUR Bodies .. not yours .. no one is looking for your approval ..
this is what you lemmings dont understand .
The NFL is leaning on players to get the shot,many have not got it and don't want it. Let's see how that plays out with the sheep.
 
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