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Rack

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DAMN

https://twitter.com/cnnbrk/status/1336661344972664837
This is NOT a big deal at all...read the BBC article on it. TWO total people had a allergic reaction...two people who have allergic reactions to medications all the time. Really it's not a big deal at all. I wish our news are more unbiased and LESS bent to scare the public for clicks.
 

Rack

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Wouldn't an allergic reaction have been observed in the trials if it is a widespread issue?
They are just advising people with a history of sever allergic reactions to medications not to take it for now. That's typical of any vaccine I would think. WHY would someone with a history of sever allergic reactions have taken it in the first place should be our question.
 

Deere Poke

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They are just advising people with a history of sever allergic reactions to medications not to take it for now. That's typical of any vaccine I would think. WHY would someone with a history of sever allergic reactions have taken it in the first place should be our question.
They were health workers probably a job requirement for them to take it.
 
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Oh come on. Can't you stand a little ribbing? You have to admit it sounds like a conspiracy theory.

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I don't see where a conspiracy comes in though.

She worked for the State of Florida and maintained their COVID dashboard. She was let go because they didn't want the site up anymore. She maintained the site on her own. They raided her house and confiscated her laptop.

I remember seeing news stories about her back in the summer when she was fired. What exactly is the conspiracy similarities here? Everything that is in that timeline is public record since she was a public employee.
 

Binman4OSU

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Yuk. The Russian approved Sputnik vaccine requires people to give up alcohol for 2 weeks prior to taking the first shot and to abstain from any alcohol for 42 days after the 2nd shot is given. The second shot is given 21 days after the first. All in all they are asking Russians taking the Sputnik vaccine to abstain from any alcohol for about 2 months.
 

Boomer.....

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Yuk. The Russian approved Sputnik vaccine requires people to give up alcohol for 2 weeks prior to taking the first shot and to abstain from any alcohol for 42 days after the 2nd shot is given. The second shot is given 21 days after the first. All in all they are asking Russians taking the Sputnik vaccine to abstain from any alcohol for about 2 months.
Good luck! :lol:
 

Binman4OSU

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WOW. Report Stitt has contacted Doctors at Mercy and told them to stop "Fearmongering" by giving status updates on their Hospital bed capacity to the media or he would sign the EO to ban elective surgeries and shut down their revenue

https://twitter.com/KOCODillon/status/1336697102039212033
 

wrenhal

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Wouldn't an allergic reaction have been observed in the trials if it is a widespread issue?
Then again, apparently what WAS observed is a 4% chance to get palsy.
Sorry, apparently 4 people got palsy not 4%.

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Rack

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They were health workers probably a job requirement for them to take it.
understood, but surely they could have shown that they have had allergic reactions in the past and been exempt. Well I assume they will at least still have the good effects of the vaccine on immunity?