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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    I read a sad story about virus shedding. A woman drove eleven hours across the US to deliver a present to her daughters.
    that's about six miles in some of their traffic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    I read a sad story about virus shedding. A woman drove eleven hours across the US to deliver a present to her daughters. When she arrived they asked if she had been vaccinated. When she replied that she had, they wouldn't let her in the house. She would shed the virus and make them infertile.

    Off she went to start her eleven hour drive home. She didn't say if she left the present or took it home with her.




    This is more intelligent:
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/co...al-vaccination
    Hope she took the present back with her after that
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    NZ Immunisation Advisory Centre

    Nice concise information. Might be of interest to a few:

    https://www.immune.org.nz/diseases/covid-19

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    Well the masses will be happy to know that the FDA have approved the Pfizer, Moderna and J&J boosters for the experimental jabs that didn't quite do what was expected the first time around. Gooooooooooo guinea pigs..........
    I didn't think!!! I experimented!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mashman View Post
    Well the masses will be happy to know that the FDA have approved the Pfizer, Moderna and J&J boosters for the experimental jabs that didn't quite do what was expected the first time around. Gooooooooooo guinea pigs..........
    Do you realise that the vaccines were developed for the original virus, not its subsequent variants
    Sometimes mashy it's like you have no actual scientific or medical or practical knowledge at all So maybe before you comment of such factors you might consider that your opinion is rather lacking in actual merit.

    take the flu vaccines for instance
    CDC conducts studies each year to determine how well influenza (flu) vaccines protect against flu. While vaccine effectiveness (VE) can vary, recent studies show that flu vaccination reduces the risk of flu illness by between 40% and 60% among the overall population during seasons when most circulating flu viruses are well-matched to those used to make flu vaccines. In general, current flu vaccines tend to work better against influenza B and influenza A(H1N1) viruses and offer lower protection against influenza A(H3N2) viruses
    What are factors that influence how well flu vaccines work?
    How well flu vaccines work (or their ability to protect against a certain outcome) can vary from season to season. Protection can vary depending on who is being vaccinated. At least two factors play an important role in determining the likelihood that vaccination will protect a person from flu illness: 1) characteristics of the person being vaccinated (such as their age and health), and 2) how well the vaccines “match” the flu viruses spreading in the community. When flu vaccines are not well matched to one or more circulating influenza viruses, it is possible that vaccination may provide little or no protection from illness caused by those viruses, but still provide protection against other flu viruses that circulate during the season. When there is a good match between flu vaccines and circulating viruses, vaccination provides substantial benefits by preventing flu illness and complications.
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