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Faster & more accurate tests coming to NJ:
https://www.nj.com/c...9-accuracy.html

Profiteers at work as well:
https://www.nytimes....octor-fees.html

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All vaccine have mRNA.. Dead cells have mRNA... Inactived cells have mRNA..

This vaccine is the spike characterics using the mRNA of the spike alle and wrapping it in a lipid.. A lipid is a fat cell... Let's think about that... If you eat meat you are eating pretty much mRNA and lipids.....

Realistically any problem with the vaccine would be a allergic reaction or complications to the lungs that's what they are monitoring.... Because that's where eventually the Coronavirus affects and that's what they are trying to not let happen...

Based that's it's a genetically engineered fat cell this vaccine will either do one of 3 things, give you a allergic or breathing problem, not work or work and any side effects will be likely the same long term same stuff that could be caused by all the other crap people put in their bodies. It's really not that complicated it's just chemistry and virology.. It's just not common knowledge and most don't get taught but it but if you go to demanding health care program in college or university they should teach you the basics chemistry and virology...

Zdoggmd has a nice YouTube video about this.. https://youtu.be/ABXUEr0qg54

I always like his objective approach and simplicity in explaining things...

https://horizon-maga...a-vaccines.html

1. Theyre a whole new type of vaccine

If an mRNA vaccine was approved for coronavirus, it would be the first of its type. It's a very unique way of making a vaccine and, so far, no (such) vaccine has been licenced for infectious disease, said Prof. Bekeredjian-Ding...

... Other outstanding questions include...whether it causes side-effects such as increased inflammatory responses like redness and swelling or, in the worst case, aggravates disease.

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https://horizon-maga...a-vaccines.html

1. Theyre a whole new type of vaccine

If an mRNA vaccine was approved for coronavirus, it would be the first of its type. It's a very unique way of making a vaccine and, so far, no (such) vaccine has been licenced for infectious disease, said Prof. Bekeredjian-Ding...

... Other outstanding questions include...whether it causes side-effects such as increased inflammatory responses like redness and swelling or, in the worst case, aggravates disease.

That's why they are do studies.. You basically repeated what I said in a prior post. While mRNA wrapped on to a lipid structure is new its not something that should offer extreme complications because it's a simple functional group...

And it's only new technology because the norm is much different and there hasn't been a need for something new...

If they get a good safety report of no immediate reaction to their currently enrolled subjects in their study then they should be fine and with a effective rate of 90 that's pretty impressive and extremely effective and worth taking

I literally do this for a living in fact I head a team studying the virus in the hospital that I work at


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Will NJ shut down again?
https://www.nj.com/c...-26-deaths.html

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That's why they are do studies.. You basically repeated what I said in a prior post. While mRNA wrapped on to a lipid structure is new its not something that should offer extreme complications because it's a simple functional group...

And it's only new technology because the norm is much different and there hasn't been a need for something new...

If they get a good safety report of no immediate reaction to their currently enrolled subjects in their study then they should be fine and with a effective rate of 90 that's pretty impressive and extremely effective and worth taking

I literally do this for a living in fact I head a team studying the virus in the hospital that I work at


As my good friend put it: I am not trying to say something bad WILL happen its just that we dont know. So we always need to be cautious. If it was the same modality as the current flu vaccine, for example, I would say 99.9% safe no questions asked.

And to come full circle to my original post...

We dont know how many people will get vaccinated so its hard to predict what the next year will look like in terms of in-stadium attendance. Ask a handful of people on the street what they know about the Pfizer vaccine and maybe half of them start talking about conspiracy theories. Who knows.

All I know is this shit is serious and can kill you. And whatever vaccine my buddy tells me to take (or not take)...Im taking it (or not taking it). Hes the one with a Harvard degree is virology. Not me.

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Vaccines may be effective.
https://www.bbc.com/...health-54902908

https://www.forbes.c...sh=4bc02b0a3e44

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Vaccines may be effective.


If people will actually take them ...
https://www.nj.com/c...us-vaccine.html

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If people will actually take them ...
https://www.nj.com/c...us-vaccine.html


https://abcnews.go.c...cebook-72238458

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https://abcnews.go.c...cebook-72238458


I am not on FB or other social media, so missed it.
I primarily get my rumors & disinformation here.

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I am not on FB or other social media, so missed it.
I primarily get my rumors & disinformation here.


I also quit social media.

I do miss the match day Twitter feeds though...

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NYC public schools shut down:
https://nypost.com/2...covid-19-cases/
Only 1/3 were attending, most only 1/3 of the time.

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both Higuain brothers, plus Leandro Gonzalez Pires, are expected to miss tonight's playoff game for Miami due to Covid-19



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both Higuain brothers, plus Leandro Gonzalez Pires, are expected to miss tonight's playoff game for Miami due to Covid-19

 

Nashville at +115 right now. Seems like a good spot to lay some coin, considering the above. 



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both Higuain brothers, plus Leandro Gonzalez Pires, are expected to miss tonight's playoff game for Miami due to Covid-19

that Higuain guy doesn't score anyway so may be addition by subtraction ;-)


Bradley Wright-Phillips "I prefer it at Red Bull Arena, but it was OK. I could imagine it being good for a baseball crowd.


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This is hilarious:

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