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Kiujunn

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  1. Sinovacs efficacy has now been stated as only 50%, by the Brazilian authorities. Not 78%. Sinovac has a history of repeatedly getting approval of vaccines by bribing officials, as posted by placeholder. Am I surprised the Thai government bought it?
  2. Approved where??? Pfizer/Biontech, Moderna, Oxford/AstraZeneca, Sinopharm, Sinovac, Sputnik V have all been approved in different countries. The outlier seems to be Sinovac, that was to be expected if you know the history of this company of repeatedly getting approval of their vaccines by bribing officials. I don't even believe their alleged efficacy of 50%.
  3. Unfortunately, it is completely rational for most nurses in the EU not to want the mRNA vaccine (that's the one offered to them at this stage): The vaccine protects from getting very sick. Most nurses are healthy young people under 35, they very rarely get very sick from Covid. It has not been examined whether the mRNA vaccines protect from spreading the virus to others if the vaccinated person gets infected. Therefore, vaccinated nurses still need to wear PPE at work to protect the patients. So, what benefit does a 25 y.o. nurse get from the vaccine? Docto
  4. How many people test positive on their second test in ASQ? Anybody knows?
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