I don't want the Astra vaccine

I want 95% protection, not 65%. Imagine if it was a condom? Do you think we'd be okay with someone saying "some protection is better than none"? That so-called reassurance comes from people who have the 95%, so what do they care? I'm freaking out. I want my 95%. I want to make sure I'm safe, not "maybe".


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Don’t be....

Feb 28, 2021 at 2:06pm

...a Covidummy....while the coverage is only 65%, the death rate is ZERO, and hospitalization nearly the same. Get the first jab that comes along.

Well, sure

Feb 28, 2021 at 3:00pm

Who wouldn’t prefer the best option? But if the choice is between no vaccine and one that’s not as effective as the other, then I’m taking whatever I can get!

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Feb 28, 2021 at 3:38pm

Go to bed. Pull the blankets over your head. Don't emerge until 2022. 100% safe.

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You're "out"?

Feb 28, 2021 at 3:43pm

So you'd rather nothing? 65% is actually really high for a vaccine, the mRNA ones are unusual in that they're so high, but also, it's not actually something you can easily compare because they're not measured the same.

The AZ will still protect you from dying even if you do happen to still get COVID.

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Agree 100%

Feb 28, 2021 at 4:56pm

These so called experts are trying to convince people that all the approved vaccines are equally good and that we mere mortals should accept them all without question. The Oxford developed shot has too many questions surrounding it and its significantly lower protection levels would lead me to not accepting this vaccine. When I go for my vaccine this summer and they offer me the Oxford shot I will say no thanks and try again at a later date when I'm offered a vaccine I have confidence in accepting.

Listen to Dr. Fauci...

Feb 28, 2021 at 5:29pm

...take the first jab you can.

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I'll never take them.

Feb 28, 2021 at 5:36pm

As far as I'm concerned if they won't be held liable should something go wrong in taking it then they can't be very confident about their product and they're foreseeing problems with it.

Beats having nothing

Feb 28, 2021 at 5:45pm

I'd take it. With the second dose, it's supposed to become around 90 percent effective over time.
There's a "vesting period" of 6-12 weeks after the first dose, and that's only assuming you get the second one. Also depends on one's genetics and health condition, anyway.

Would rather the Sputnik like my aunts are getting, or the JnJ one-shot. But anything that decreases my odds of requiring intubation would be great, even by just half.

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Feb 28, 2021 at 6:13pm

You're missing the point. You won't be one person vaccinated in a sea of unvaccinated people (in which case yeah, the 95% coverage is obviously better). You'll be one of many vaccinated people, and even if all of those people got the AstraZeneca vaccine, the virus won't be able to spread and will eventually die out. Stop thinking of just yourself and look at the bigger picture.

Do you

Feb 28, 2021 at 8:43pm

take Vitamin D ?
If not
then start

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