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Old 03-07-2021, 4:01 AM
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I think you can still get the virus with any of the three vaccines. Supposedly it just lessons the severity. Still have to keep your distance and wear those masks!
There is real world data coming out of Israel now. The report still needs peer review but early indications are that the Pfizer vaccine is 89% effective at preventing transmission.

https://www.ft.com/content/2626ec05-...4-be62c29c4894

I'm thinking that the majority of mitigation measures will fall away by July. They might come back Nov. - January temporarily if there is a mini-surge, but we are nearing the end of the tunnel.
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Old 03-07-2021, 10:01 AM
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I'm not trying to to thread jack but I saw something questioning "What way the first covid vaccines will affect blood transfusion recipients (who may not want any of these vaccines or have medical reasons not to get them) from people who have gotten the vaccines and then donated blood?"
Isn't the blood still somehow all pooled together or did we learn something from the mistakes during the AIDS epidemic blood transfusion mistakes?

I can't see blood banks turning away all people who have gotten the vaccine.

I'm not a medical expert but I'm sure someone here will know how this new DNA and the those earlier mRNA vaccines will affect people who get blood transfusions.
Any thoughts from medical experts?

I'm not trying to have anyone put on a tinfoil hat but I think non-experts would be curious because you never know when you might need a blood transfusion due to an accident.
It would be similar to anyone donating blood who has gotten the actual virus. Same thing there is a transfer of blood that will contain some white blood cells reacted to cv19. Your body processes the vaccine to create an immune response. There wouldnt be any "vaccine" in your blood just the end product of your immune response to the vaccine same as anyone who has contracted cv19. Unless you went to donate blood within 24 hours of vaccination then there may actually still be traces of the mRNA vaccine in the blood supply but prescreening would prevent them from donating if they dont lie.
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