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Chinese vaccine for Covid-19? But would Trump agree?

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ceciliazhang

Oct 27, 2020, 10:05

The current epidemic situation in the United States is still severe, with more than 80,000 confirmed cases for two consecutive days. In this context, the new coronavirus vaccine has become an important means for the current US government to “bet” to end the epidemic.


The US government currently purchases 7 vaccines to ensure the efficiency of vaccine production. US manufacturers of vaccines include Pfizer, Sanofi, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson and other major companies, but they do not include a Chinese vaccine.

China has 4 vaccines that have entered clinical phase III, and 60,000 people in 10 countries have been vaccinated without serious adverse reactions. Bloomberg published an article by columnist and George Mason University economics professor Tyler Cowen on October 26 with the title “A Chinese Vaccine Could Save American Lives.” 

China’s vaccine performance is “impressive” and progress is faster than any other country. But would Trump agree to use Chinese vaccines to save American lives?

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gork

SHOCKINGLY Corrupt Amerikan Vaccine Criteria

The only criterion for a successful COVID-19 vaccine is a reduction of COVID-19 symptoms, and even then, the reduction required is minimal.
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Three of the vaccine protocols — Moderna, Pfizer, and AstraZeneca — do not require that their vaccine prevent serious disease only that they prevent moderate symptoms which may be as mild as cough, or headache,” Haseltine writes,2 adding:
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“For Moderna, the initial interim analysis will be based on the results of infection of only 53 people. The judgment reached in interim analysis is dependent upon the difference in the number of people with symptoms … in the vaccinated group versus the unvaccinated group. Moderna’s success margin is for 13 or less of those 53 to develop symptoms compared to 40 or more in their control group.”
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Johnson & Johnson’s interim analysis will include results from 77 vaccine recipients who have been infected with SARS-CoV-2, and if fewer than 18 of them develop symptoms of COVID-19, compared to 59 in the control group, the vaccine will be considered successful.

In AstraZeneca’s case, the interim analysis includes 50 vaccine recipients. The vaccine will be a success if 12 or fewer develop symptoms after exposure to SARS-CoV-2, compared to 19 in the 25-person control group.

Pfizer’s interim analysis is the smallest of the bunch, with just 32 vaccine recipients. Their success margin is seven or fewer vaccine recipients developing symptoms, compared to 25 in the control group.
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Especially concerning are that those receiving the vaccine in these trials are young and healthy individuals who are not really at high risk of dying from COVID-19.
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As if that’s not eyebrow-raising enough, the minimum qualification for a “case of COVID-19” amounts to just one positive PCR test and one or two mild symptoms, such as headache, fever, cough or mild nausea. As noted by Haseltine, “This is far from adequate.”
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In addition to all of that, some COVID-19 vaccine trials are using other vaccines as “placebo” rather than truly biologically inert substances such as saline, which effectively makes if far easier to hide any vaccine side effects.
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While Moderna is using a saline solution placebo,5 AstraZeneca is using injected meningococcal vaccine rather than a true placebo.6
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In one of its study arms, subjects are given acetaminophen every six hours for the first 24 hours after inoculation. The pain and fever reducer could potentially mask and downplay side effects such as pain, fever, headache or general malaise.
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Days later, September 19, 2020, The New York Times reported15 a second case of transverse myelitis had occurred in the AstraZeneca trial.
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16 October 21, 2020, it was reported17 that one of the volunteers in AstraZeneca’s Brazilian trial had died from COVID-19 complications, but that the trial would continue anyway.
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The fact that more trials have not been halted is surprising considering the rate of side effects20 occurring in perfectly healthy volunteers.
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One of the participants in Pfizer’s vaccine trial “woke up with chills, shaking so hard he cracked a tooth after taking the second dose.”
 - How COVID-19 Vaccine Trials Are Rigged

In fact, often the symptoms are caused by your body reacting to the infection. So reducing symptoms could be a sign that your immune system has failed to respond.

So YET AGAIN amerikan snake-oil is WORSE than the disease, just like Rummyflu and swine flu!!!!

Whilst Boeing produces a 737 MAX flying turd, Tesla produces self-crashing, self-immolating death-pods and Microkrap produces bug-ridden Windows s**tware. Billy Gates then went on to produce a polio vaccine which allegedly crippled almost half a million indian kids.

Amerikan gangster kwality s**tware raises serious converns and puts the Elizabeth Holmes debacle in context along with a Kafka-esque article by Mervyn King denouncing merit, presumably to defend the Nobbled science prizes: ("The Perils of Meritocracy")!!! Is the amerikan (and poodle) idiocracy much worse than feared?

gork

Both Russia and China have produced vaccines and then been smeared with accusations of rushing trials.

Yet the seasonal flu vaccines typically take six months to produce.

Why is everyone trying to simultaneously produce competing vaccines?

China's vaccines are in advanced stage III trials and so far have shown no severe side-effects. They were produced in the tried and tested way of taking the virus itself and crippling its harmful effects. Yet the "West" has chosen to try a never before used mRNA method and have repeatedly stalled due to deaths, though they claim they were not related to their snake-oil. 

Venezuela has also produced an anti-viral which they claim is effective and has no side-effects.

In Wales, shops are blocking sales of "non-essential" items just like the Great Satan does. Is this because viruses don't get transmitted on essential items?

In my town the local shopping mall has insituted a one-way system for shoppers. Is this because the virus only travels in a clockwise direction?