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Studies show third dose needed to fight Delta variant for those who have received a full Sinovac inoculation

Friday, July 23rd 2021 - 09:50 UTC
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A study by Chile's Catholic University has shown that the Chinese-developed Sinovac anticoronavirus vaccine's effectiveness was down after six months and patients would then need a third dose of the immunizer. Read full article

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  • Chicureo

    Myself and all the adults of our extended family have all received the two recommended vaccinations of the Sinovac vaccine.

    Madame and I may elect to receive another booster vaccine, but I doubt our children will.

    Our grandchildren at this time will not be vaccinated as it makes no sense.

    The Chinese made Sinovac is NOT a mRNA vaccine — which has had an unfortunate record of recorded adverse conditions and death due to blood clots. Sinovac and the Sputnik V vaccines are traditionally formulated and NOT as the mRNA vaccine have.

    It’s interesting to note that Ivermectin has shown remarkable results in COVID-19 treatment. There are many new treatments on the horizon including those applied orally or by nasal spray.

    The cure for this pandemic has become WORSE than the virus itself!


    ¡Saludos cordiales desde Valle Nevado!

    Jul 23rd, 2021 - 12:47 pm - Link - Report abuse -1

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