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Look at the graph carefully. In the second week of March less than half of 50M have been vaccinated. It is April's third week and if you look carefully almost as many people who had to take a second jab seem to have taken it. Majority of first shots have been taken in the end of March so we need to check the data at the end of April i.e after a month because ...


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As of April 16, 2021, information about blood clots in people vaccinated with the Sputnik V and the CanSino COVID-19 vaccines come from news articles and press releases. Here is a link to an April 14, 2021 article in MedExpress that discusses the Sputnik V vaccine. https://medicalxpress.com/news/2021-04-russia-sputnik-vaccine-blood-clots.html A statement ...


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From an article in JAMA When the [Pfizer and Moderna] vaccines were first tested, a relatively weak immune reaction was found within a few weeks after people received the first dose of vaccine, followed by a strong reaction when a second dose was given. Multiple doses are not uncommon in vaccinations. Shingrix, a shingles vaccination is also two dose, as ...


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Does this mean that if you get vaccinated with AstraZeneca for example, then assuming above numbers, there is 5% chance you will get the virus? No. {1} gives a clear example to understand the definition of what "AstraZeneca is 95% effective" mean: A 95% vaccine efficacy means that instead of 1000 COVID-19 cases in a population of 100 000 without ...


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