UK approves Covid Vaccine!!!

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I'll take it as soon as possible, can't understand why people are overthinking it.
Because he was tested on only few tens of thousands of people and the tests started only a few months ago. If you have a medical condition that is considered high risk on corona, maybe, but if you're a healthy individual, why should you take it? When it will be tested on millions or tens of millions of people, that's when it's considered safe, not after 50-60k people.

You know.. reading the comments here..
Once, I believed that the general public is somewhat sensible..
Though I came to realise many years ago that wasn't the case, it's still surprising me..

are you all high or what? sure every vaccine in history has that 0.00001% you will get something, statistics isn't a reason to act dumb.
talking about 1% general population mortality rate as if it was nothing.. that's below the numbers of death toll during the spanish flu, which is still being considered as a disaster to humanity.



Yeah.. alright bro.. scientific evidence are now considered as rumors..

Meh, arguing with people that don't believe in vaccinations is the same as arguing with someone who talks to god about the concept of religion,
I give up. thankfully it probably means me and my family will able to get the vaccine faster, thanks guys.

40-120 million(approx) died from the Spanish flu when the entire population was 2b. Now we're almost 4b and 1.4-1.5 million died and you call this worse than the Spanish flu?
 

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I'll take it, thanks very much, wouldn't like to catch covid really
 

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Because he was tested on only few tens of thousands of people and the tests started only a few months ago. If you have a medical condition that is considered high risk on corona, maybe, but if you're a healthy individual, why should you take it? When it will be tested on millions or tens of millions of people, that's when it's considered safe, not after 50-60k people.



40-120 million(approx) died from the Spanish flu when the entire population was 2b. Now we're almost 4b and 1.4-1.5 million died and you call this worse than the Spanish flu?
The Spanish Flu was in 1918 when we were not in a position to create a vaccine using the latest medical technology, are you seriously suggesting we shouldnt create a vaccine because the numbers are lower? What is an acceptable mortality rate for the vaccine to be justified?
 

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I'll take it, thanks very much, wouldn't like to catch covid really
Why did any of your closed friends neighbors familly got inffected!!!
all infected people are shown in the media, in real life who knews!!
 
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thankfully it probably means me and my family will able to get the vaccine faster, thanks guys.
Let us know how it goes. If no one gets autism I'll consider it after a few years. Thanks for your service to the rest of us.
 

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Because he was tested on only few tens of thousands of people and the tests started only a few months ago. If you have a medical condition that is considered high risk on corona, maybe, but if you're a healthy individual, why should you take it? When it will be tested on millions or tens of millions of people, that's when it's considered safe, not after 50-60k people.
Sorry but that's a weak reasoning, Unless you decide to wait at least 10 years to study the vaccine results in the long run,
no point in waiting to see more people getting vaccines, whether it's 10m people or 1m people, scientifically you gain no real insight out of it.

but then again, in the history of humanity, when have we ever waited years on years to study a vaccine prior to releasing it to the public?
you can't expect to treat a pandemic and stop the death toll and at the same time say "let's study it for a few years".

and the weak excuse that it never happened in human history that a vaccine was released that fast, true, science and technology were nowhere near what it is today.

Have you all ever studied how vaccines were tested in the past prior to being released to the general public?
we are in a much better position today, with a lot more control and supervision over the process.

I don't mind if people aren't thinking the same as I am, or even thinking I'm dead wrong, but,
at least bother to actually learn on a subject before you set your mind into something.
 

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I asked a medical student about this and he had said it is impossible for a vaccine to be created within a year as they had to go numerous number of tests before they are even released. Also usually vaccines takes years and we don't have vaccine for sars mers etc too so it becomes questionable even for the medical field
 

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yes i got ur point, but the real deal is to let people decide for them self not government or science and remember this is a vaccine not a cure, so im feling good and i believe in my health condition and imunity why take that vaccine, uu got me*?
Sure mate,
But I think you have all missed the question, the question is simple, would you take the vaccine or not?
 
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Everyone is entitled to their own opinion of course, but I won’t be taking it.

If I want to build anti-bodies , I’ll just get covid naturally.
 

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Why would someone take a vaccine for a virus with such a low mortality rate? I am talking about much less than 1%.

https://www.who.int/bulletin/online_first/BLT.20.265892.pdf
Read it...and then ask yourself why media is NOT covering this study, which was done by a Stanford Professor.

Its roughly 1% mortality rate. 10x that of flu.

So if covid is yearly. That's a 1% chance to die every year, over 20 years, you have more than a 20% chance to die due to age increases. I think at 80 year olds it's 10% mortality.
 

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I’m undecided if I’ll take it as I’m a reasonably healthy person who’s not at risk. It’s great news for the people who are risking their lives every day working on the front line, hopefully we can get back to some normality soon.
 

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Its roughly 1% mortality rate. 10x that of flu.

So if covid is yearly. That's a 1% chance to die every year, over 20 years, you have more than a 20% chance to die due to age increases. I think at 80 year olds it's 10% mortality.

Please send me the study where you found that 1% mortality rate figure.

It’s around 0.04
 

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I'll take it as soon as possible, can't understand why people are overthinking it.

Lots of reasons why.

1. Vaccine pushed out in 7 months, when usually takes 5 years+ . They skipped a lot of testing and trials on this one.
Essentially the first batch is a human trial.

2. Vaccines are big business, why are we getting one for a virus with a VERY low mortality rate? There’s another agenda here.

Won’t be supporting the fuckers in big pharma :)
 

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No I don't think so. You need 2 jabs... and then there are reports of it coming yearly.

Us here as a family are not taking it.

Tin foil hat on for a moment... but I'm going to give it 12 months before having anything, want to see if any side effects are reported IF any and not just that.. but if some restrictions come in such as. Can't go on holiday, can't social mix or you are required a stamp or something daft to show you had the vaccine then I think there is more going on that meets the eye.

Definitely.
 
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