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Posted: 07/29/21 05:54am Link  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

NamMedevac 70 wrote:

Is it true AstraZeneca vaccine is approved in Canada and India but not the US due to

Recent news said two provinces stop offering the vaccine

Ah, The manipulation of numbers using SA

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Which jab will work for you?

There are over 20 covid vaccines available worldwide. TWENTY brand new vaccines approved one place or another on the planet. When you want to travel you will have to get a jab that country demands.

Why not take them all to be sure? Mix and match?

Or my carne asada is better than your carne asada???????

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Sinovac is not approved by the U.S. and 13 million doses were administered in Mexico. Now they say it is not effective after six months and the secretary of health announced that there will be no boosters.

Does this mean that Mexicans vaccinated with Sinovac will not be able to visit the U.S.?

Children will not be vaccinated.


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Interestingly, the word out of the US is: that the only vaccinated visitors permitted into the US must have been vaccinated with are "approved vaccines"...and AZ is not one of "those" [emoticon]

At the moment, the only requirement for visitors to the US is a negative antigen test or a proof that you recovered from Covid in the last 90 days. Will they require a proof of vaccination when/if they open the land border - possibly, but there isn't even approximate date of reopening. In several months from now a lot of things may change.

Interestingly, CBC news are repeating pretty much what I wrote here earlier: lower case counts and higher vaccination rate in Canada, and vague explanations of Homeland Security on keeping the border closed: https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/canada-us-border-closure-1.6121549

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This thread is being closed because it is rehashing the same information over and over.

When new information is available, please do start a new thread. Moderator

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