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There appears to be only one link??

https://youtu.be/j7xsOsrDmPQ


Yes - I wasn't sure if I was posting appropriate content for this thread so I wanted to tread carefully. [emoticon]

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Got my first shot scheduled for Feb 8. Pretty smooth process to make appointment online, I had about a 40 minute wait in a "waiting room" online due to traffic. My age group was just opened up this morning.

Kudos to the state of Indiana for their organized process.


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Johnson & Johnson is reportedly ready to ask the FDA for permission to release their single jab inoculation, next week.

I'm a little confused at Johnson's reported efficacy of (100%)

I am keeping in mind that after being jabbed, it takes weeks to build up even moderate resistance to the virus. Jeezo, wouldn't it be a bummer to catch the virus after being jabbed? I am planning to remain chill until a couple of weeks following the 2nd jab. Tuesday I went to the states and bought seven hundred dollars worth of groceries. Siege mentality. Prices down here are rising nutso and the dollar has lost 30% of its value in six months.

I wonder if certificates of immunization will somehow be issued? Crossing the border both ways exposes me to a vulnerability of proof of immunization.

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I hope they develop a vaccine for that new African strain of covid.


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Made In China SINOVAC vaccine fail. Less than 50% efficacy in 50+ age group, in Brasil Phase 3 tests. Mexico, cancels orders.

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Well this is scary. Although they say it may be due to other

diseases.https://www.bmj.com/content/372/bmj.n149


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dturm wrote:

Got my first shot scheduled for Feb 8. Pretty smooth process to make appointment online, I had about a 40 minute wait in a "waiting room" online due to traffic. My age group was just opened up this morning.

Kudos to the state of Indiana for their organized process.


Yay!!! I'm beginning to think my odds of getting vaccinated are probably better in Michigan, than in FL where the competition is fierce!! You said you were in a "waiting room" - is IN using the Eventbrite system?? (That's what I encountered here in FL, only my wait ended in being told all the "tickets" had been sold)

It seems to work well, but if ALL the states start using it - I wonder if it can handle that avalanche of vaccine-seekers???

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Deb, I have no idea what program they are using. I'm a little nervous because of the recent news that the Feds don't have the reserve doses they promised and the states are not getting what they were told. Was my appointment based on what they had or what they expected????

Don, the article I read posed the possibility that the deaths were associated with some of the more "mild" reactions more commonly seen with vaccinations and that because these happened in very old individuals it resulted in the deaths.

As a veterinarian I can attest to the validity of this possibility. Many older patients are living on the edge of decompensation and ANY disruption of normal physiology can result in a downward spiral that ends in death. I would pose that the story here isn't necessarily a warning about vaccination (pending further study). It may just mean that older individuals may need more intense observation for a longer time and perhaps intervention at the first sign of complication.

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Interesting article debating whether or not hospitals and clinics receive more money for anything CV19 related. Also makes the point that even if a patient is sliding off the death bed with other disease, if related in any way to CV19, then it counts.

https://www.abc10.com/article/news/verify/verify-do-hospitals-get-more-funding-by-marking-deaths-covid-19-related/103-36834bad-1113-4f67-8804-5d97e6593745

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