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Seems not to matter to ministry  if "vaccine" isn't effective or has any side effects..... "damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!"

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I can't emphasize enough that we shouldn't have our hopes up too high just yet. A serum can be safe, produce the right antibodies in the human body and can be produced in high amounts, that still doesn't make it a vaccine. The most crucial piece of the puzzle is that the human body maintains a high antibody count long enough after injection to defend us against covid-19. There has been no sign yet that we maintain that high count. As a matter of fact we tend not to get immune against corona viruses in general at all. Test results from Germany showed that people who fully recovered from covid-19 saw a steep drop in antibody count within months after the infection which implies they don't stay immune for very long. So sars-cov-2 doesn't seem to be an exception in the corona virus family. While this article is all great news (and we definitely need some positive news here!) I don't have my hopes up that we'll have a working vaccine in the near future. My best bet is we need a cure or some kind of treatment that turns covid-19 into a cold.

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And 40m tourists will be coming to Thailand next year because we will get rid of all the ridiculous paperwork currently required to come to Thailand.

 

The compulsory quarantine will no longer be required.

 

The minimum wage will be increased to 1,000 baht a day and a law for compulsory happiness will be introduced. 

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8 minutes ago, AgentSmith said:

My best bet is we need a cure or some kind of treatment that turns covid-19 into a cold.

We already have it, but many don't have access to it because it is not expensive enough... just good enough for third world countries... 

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1 hour ago, RichardColeman said:

I fully expect the announcement of the vaccine on January 8th.

Let's hope so.

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Just now, Brunolem said:

We already have it, but many don't have access to it because it is not expensive enough... just good enough for third world countries... 

No we don't. Covid-19 is a complicated disease with lots of weird and dangerous symptoms. We're not even close.

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1 hour ago, darksidedog said:

Declaring that most countries can achieve something that no country managed for SARS or MERS seems premature.

Putting a seriously optimistic timeline on it too.

While I hope it turns out that way, or even one genuine vaccine arrives, I suspect it might be a bit longer than 6 months before there is enough to go around.

I think also,and a scientist never talks about a second wave but a new peak,they are too much ultracrepiderians in this world .

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9 minutes ago, AgentSmith said:

No we don't. Covid-19 is a complicated disease with lots of weird and dangerous symptoms. We're not even close.

Yes we do... it's just that we are not allowed to talk about it in some parts of the world, because it's not part of the official propaganda... 

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1 hour ago, utalkin2me said:

Great. Solved that little problem. 

What problem ?

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Already red they tested it in Brazil. The biggest concentration is USA, so why not test it there?

Seems like Brazilian lives dont matter? You maybe lucky to get the right medicine or otherwise...?

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