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9 hours ago, captain_to_fire said:

Now is probably not the right time to name one’s kid “Karen” or “Kevin” thanks coronavirus. 

 

7 hours ago, Andreas Lilja said:

Kevin was already a white trash name in Quebec, especially the spelling variations. 

Pretty much this. People already said stuff about Kevins around the time I got out of elementary school, which was over 10 years ago. So it's not just Quebec.

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So having no idea what politicians did think to roll out moderna/pfizer for my age group, I booked astrazeneca, but a short after they decided to roll out moderna/pfizer for my age group (they do start from 6/7 days apart from today, for booking)

so I could unbook the astrazeneca shot (I need to do it tomorrow), and wait the 10/11th to book other vax

 

both moderna/pfizer do provide more effectiness to prevent it, they are also more faster to provide full coverage than astrazeneca (3/4 week apart for the second shot, 4~8 week apart for the second shot for astrazeneca)

 

moderna/pfizer for my age group provide less % of complications, for astrazeneca 1.9 people out 100k died, while for moderna/pfizer 4.5 people out a milion died, so moderna/pfizer are 50 times less likely to cause bad things to happen than astrazeneca

the age group of the deaths of moderna/pfizer varied between 25~91 years old

 

So, I'm still undecided if I should unbook one, and book moderna/pfizer

they do provide faster and better protection than astrazeneca, while being less likely to cause complications, even though the % of complications for each three is low, and all prevent bad cases up to 100%

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2 minutes ago, 12345678 said:

So, I'm still undecided if I should unbook one, and book moderna/pfizer

they do provide faster and better protection than astrazeneca, while being less likely to cause complications, even though the % of complications for each three is low, and all prevent bad cases up to 100%

Imo, the quicker you can get your vac the better no matter what brand it is. But if that edge case really bothers you, then pick pfizer.

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4 hours ago, 12345678 said:

So having no idea what politicians did think to roll out moderna/pfizer for my age group, I booked astrazeneca, but a short after they decided to roll out moderna/pfizer for my age group (they do start from 6/7 days apart from today, for booking)

so I could unbook the astrazeneca shot (I need to do it tomorrow), and wait the 10/11th to book other vax

 

both moderna/pfizer do provide more effectiness to prevent it, they are also more faster to provide full coverage than astrazeneca (3/4 week apart for the second shot, 4~8 week apart for the second shot for astrazeneca)

 

moderna/pfizer for my age group provide less % of complications, for astrazeneca 1.9 people out 100k died, while for moderna/pfizer 4.5 people out a milion died, so moderna/pfizer are 50 times less likely to cause bad things to happen than astrazeneca

the age group of the deaths of moderna/pfizer varied between 25~91 years old

 

So, I'm still undecided if I should unbook one, and book moderna/pfizer

they do provide faster and better protection than astrazeneca, while being less likely to cause complications, even though the % of complications for each three is low, and all prevent bad cases up to 100%

You can look at it from the opposite perspective.

AZ is a 'traditional' modified virus vaccine (modified Monkey virus + C19 spike protean).

Mod/Pf are mRNA based vaccines. (synthetic messenger RNA interact with cells to instruct a response)

 

Out of the 2, the method which has more '?' for long term effects are the mRNA ones.

 

That being said, the chances of anything going wrong with either ..even in the long term is slim.

 

In the end the choice is yours (i hope), dont feel pressured to do either if ur unsure.

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also some of the mRNA ones, and how close covid is with certain other viruses?

so it could protect against other types too, dont quite remember which one or how it goes.

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29 minutes ago, SolarNova said:

You can look at it from the opposite perspective.

AZ is a 'traditional' modified virus vaccine (modified Monkey virus + C19 spike protean).

Mod/Pf are mRNA based vaccines. (synthetic messenger RNA interact with cells to instruct a response)

 

Out of the 2, the method which has more '?' for long term effects are the mRNA ones.

statistics does say to me that moderna/pfizer are less risky

for the long end all of three are incognitas

29 minutes ago, SolarNova said:

That being said, the chances of anything going wrong with either ..even in the long term is slim.

 

29 minutes ago, SolarNova said:

In the end the choice is yours (i hope), dont feel pressured to do either if ur unsure.

well for doing az, I was pressured

if it were all my choice, I would have waited some weeks to see what happens

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8 hours ago, 12345678 said:

So having no idea what politicians did think to roll out moderna/pfizer for my age group, I booked astrazeneca, but a short after they decided to roll out moderna/pfizer for my age group (they do start from 6/7 days apart from today, for booking)

so I could unbook the astrazeneca shot (I need to do it tomorrow), and wait the 10/11th to book other vax

 

both moderna/pfizer do provide more effectiness to prevent it, they are also more faster to provide full coverage than astrazeneca (3/4 week apart for the second shot, 4~8 week apart for the second shot for astrazeneca)

 

moderna/pfizer for my age group provide less % of complications, for astrazeneca 1.9 people out 100k died, while for moderna/pfizer 4.5 people out a milion died, so moderna/pfizer are 50 times less likely to cause bad things to happen than astrazeneca

the age group of the deaths of moderna/pfizer varied between 25~91 years old

 

So, I'm still undecided if I should unbook one, and book moderna/pfizer

they do provide faster and better protection than astrazeneca, while being less likely to cause complications, even though the % of complications for each three is low, and all prevent bad cases up to 100%

The efficacy numbers are basically meaningless when comparing different vaccines.

 

Why? Because those numbers were collected during different timeframes, in different countries, with wildly different COVID infection rates and different strains.

 

The best COVID vaccine (at least among Pfizer, Moderna and AZ) is the first one you can get. The risks for AZ might be slightly higher (especially due to Blood clotting), but the risks are so low for any of them that I personally wouldn't be worried unless you have specific risk factors for blood clotting.

 

Don't overthink it too much.

 

But if you want to wait for the mRNA ones - well, no one can stop you.

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Here AZ hasn't been authorised, it's just Pfizer/Moderna and you don't get to choose, you get what's available, usually Moderna unless you have a condition that makes Pfizer more appropriate. Makes it pretty simple.

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Quebec allowing earlier 2nd doses. At 31 my reschedule can start on June 21st.

 

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Congrats Canada!  Keep it going!  The more people with first dosages we get the more people with second dosages we can get!

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14 hours ago, dalekphalm said:

The efficacy numbers are basically meaningless when comparing different vaccines.

 

Why? Because those numbers were collected during different timeframes, in different countries, with wildly different COVID infection rates and different strains.

 

The best COVID vaccine (at least among Pfizer, Moderna and AZ) is the first one you can get. The risks for AZ might be slightly higher (especially due to Blood clotting), but the risks are so low for any of them that I personally wouldn't be worried unless you have specific risk factors for blood clotting.

you're right, the risk factors between az and the other two is just 4 time of difference (0.0019 vs 0.00045 ) while covid is respectively 52 or 222 times more likely

14 hours ago, dalekphalm said:

Don't overthink it too much.

and that's what I did, I delayed the vax to tuesday 😕

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But if you want to wait for the mRNA ones - well, no one can stop you.

for some reasons I keep doing the opposite of what everybody suggest to me 🤦

all the reputable guys that I do "know", suggested to me to do it asap, even the least reputable suggested the same, and the drugstore's girl, said y'know that's more likely to get covid right? while another one was looked perplexed

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I heard our Director-General of Health, Dr Bloomfield said COVID wasn't even half through. Probably right sadly enough. I think many poorer countries will be playing catch-up for years to come. Quarantine-free travel will be a 2022 thing I think. 

On 6/5/2021 at 6:02 AM, dalekphalm said:

The efficacy numbers are basically meaningless when comparing different vaccines.

 

Why? Because those numbers were collected during different timeframes, in different countries, with wildly different COVID infection rates and different strains.

 

The best COVID vaccine (at least among Pfizer, Moderna and AZ) is the first one you can get. The risks for AZ might be slightly higher (especially due to Blood clotting), but the risks are so low for any of them that I personally wouldn't be worried unless you have specific risk factors for blood clotting.

 

Don't overthink it too much.

 

But if you want to wait for the mRNA ones - well, no one can stop you.

I wish more people thought like you, rather than listing to the conspiracists and media poo-pooing efficacy numbers and all the minute AEs. They're all pretty much 90% with two doses apart from Sinovac. People don't realise 90% efficacy is a hugely fantastic figure. 

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so this rule applies to how to deal with less dev or infrasture wise countries .

so my late father use to deal with sewage and water.

a large plant.

so in general the large plant QA would be pretty good.

its when you get to smaller or less funded plants.

lets say a rv park. mistakes or small out breaks happen.  those are the ones to watch where a virus can spread easly to a small amount of poeple. but then those interacte with largest amount of people within a week time.

then you have a much larger out break happen.

hell this goes back in history of the usa out how out breaks happen and clean water.

we take clean water very much for granted now.

even at current decent lvl of how the system works in the usa.

we dont have no where near the lvl of out breaks around 100 years ago. give or take a few years.

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I may have experienced a minor reaction to the Moderna vaccine. I got the 1st dose on May 28 and yesterday I had a very noticeable red spot on my injection site. It was slightly itchy, but went away later in the day. Odd.

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On Thu, Jun 10, 2021 at 11:08 AM Enrico Weigelt, metux IT consult
<lkml@metux.net> wrote:
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> And I know *a lot* of people who will never take part in this generic
> human experiment that basically creates a new humanoid race (people
> who generate and exhaust the toxic spike proteine, whose gene sequence
> doesn't look quote natural). I'm one of them, as my whole family.

Please keep your insane and technically incorrect anti-vax comments to yourself.

You don't know what you are talking about, you don't know what mRNA
is, and you're spreading idiotic lies. Maybe you do so unwittingly,
because of bad education. Maybe you do so because you've talked to
"experts" or watched youtube videos by charlatans that don't know what
they are talking about.

But dammit, regardless of where you have gotten your mis-information
from, any Linux kernel discussion list isn't going to have your
idiotic drivel pass uncontested from me.

Vaccines have saved the lives of literally tens of millions of people.

Just for your edification in case you are actually willing to be
educated: mRNA doesn't change your genetic sequence in any way. It is
the exact same intermediate - and temporary - kind of material that
your cells generate internally all the time as part of your normal
cell processes, and all that the mRNA vaccines do is to add a dose
their own specialized sequence that then makes your normal cell
machinery generate that spike protein so that your body learns how to
recognize it.

The half-life of mRNA is a few hours. Any injected mRNA will be all
gone from your body in a day or two. It doesn't change anything
long-term, except for that natural "your body now knows how to
recognize and fight off a new foreign protein" (which then tends to
fade over time too, but lasts a lot longer than a few days). And yes,
while your body learns to fight off that foreign material, you may
feel like shit for a while. That's normal, and it's your natural
response to your cells spending resources on learning how to deal with
the new threat.

And of the vaccines, the mRNA ones are the most modern, and the most
targeted - exactly because they do *not* need to have any of the other
genetic material that you traditionally have in a vaccine (ie no need
for basically the whole - if weakened - bacterial or virus genetic
material). So the mRNA vaccines actually have *less* of that foreign
material in them than traditional vaccines do. And  a *lot* less than
the very real and actual COVID-19 virus that is spreading in your
neighborhood.

Honestly, anybody who has told you differently, and who has told you
that it changes your genetic material, is simply uneducated.  You need
to stop believing the anti-vax lies, and you need to start protecting
your family and the people around you.  Get vaccinated.

I think you are in Germany, and COVID-19 numbers are going down. It's
spreading a lot less these days, largely because people around you
have started getting the vaccine - about half having gotten their
first dose around you, and about a quarter being fully vaccinated. If
you and your family are more protected these days, it's because of all
those other people who made the right choice, but it's worth noting
that as you see the disease numbers go down in your neighborhood,
those diminishing numbers are going to predominantly be about people
like you and your family.

So don't feel all warm and fuzzy about the fact that covid cases have
dropped a lot around you. Yes, all those vaccinated people around you
will protect you too, but if there is another wave, possibly due to a
more transmissible version - you and your family will be at _much_
higher risk than those vaccinated people because of your ignorance and
mis-information.

Get vaccinated. Stop believing the anti-vax lies.

And if you insist on believing in the crazy conspiracy theories, at
least SHUT THE HELL UP about it on Linux kernel discussion lists.

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I thought it was worth sharing, that Linus (the other one) doesn't put up with the absolutely insane COVID vaccine conspiracy theories.

Linus Torvalds is in league with the deep state, satanic globalists to embed Linux to every Covid vaccine so that every person who got injected will become walking 5G towers running on Linux instead of Bill Gates’ Windows. Apparently, a walking 5G tower experiencing kernel panic is better than a blue screen of death. :old-grin:
 

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June 15th can’t some soon enough. It’s going to be a “record” heatwave next week and I don’t fancy wearing something over my face in 100+ F degree heat. Ironic that my city managed to move into the less restrictive yellow tier right before CA is supposed to do away with that system..


 

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I coudnt find the covid sub forum sorry in advance

whats the worst day in covid-19 so far?

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You'll have to be more specific.

- Which continent/country/region/area/city/state/neighborhood?

- Worst as what? Death count? Infected count? People who threw up count?

Also, here's the thread:

 

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Got my 2nd shot on Friday, felt a little tired and nauseous but after a day felt fine! Now I can finally visit the microcenter I moved near 😄

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1 hour ago, Downkey said:

Got my 2nd shot on Friday, felt a little tired and nauseous but after a day felt fine! Now I can finally visit the microcenter I moved near 😄

Please remember that it takes roughly 14 days for the 2nd dose to become fully

effective.

 

You need to pretend you’re still unvaccinated for those first 14 days. After that, go nuts!

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6 hours ago, dalekphalm said:

Please remember that it takes roughly 14 days for the 2nd dose to become fully

effective.

 

You need to pretend you’re still unvaccinated for those first 14 days. After that, go nuts!

Yeah, I was writing that as I was half asleep and was too lazy to mention it haha 

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14 hours ago, resolve_beta said:

I coudnt find the covid sub forum sorry in advance

whats the worst day in covid-19 so far?

The worst day in Canada was likely sometime in April. Ontario, at least, had a gigantic wave. Here in Ottawa there were multiple days where there were 300-plus new cases per day (for context, we thought it was bad a year earlier with 30-60 cases per day).  That was scary — it went from "you'll be fine as long as you're reasonably careful" to "don't even think of doing anything non-essential."

 

Internationally, I'd say India's crisis in early May was the worst in terms of practical impact. Around-the-clock cremations and people desperately hunting for oxygen tanks? That's the stuff you expect in a disaster movie, not real life.  Any time you get some anti-lockdown type telling you the government should throw things wide open, just point to India as an example of what can happen.

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