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The Forum > General Discussion > Pfizer Vs Astra Zeneca - To vaccinate or wait?

Pfizer Vs Astra Zeneca - To vaccinate or wait?

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Folks,

Have a read of my opening post. I did not ask anyone
whether or not my husband and I should get the vaccines.
I simply asked the question as to what people felt
about the vaccines - trying to find out what their
preferences were. Not what we should do. And as not
many people are choosing to be vaccinated - and
Australia is a country that is not being given a
choice in their choice of vaccines this is a legitimate
topic for discussion. Which even the Forum Administrator
has approved.
Posted by Foxy, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 10:16:02 AM
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SA jokes aside, the idiots have just put us in lockdown from 6pm today because of two new cases and ‘singing and loud talking at one restaurant’ (the silly sheila’s actual words). No exemptions for vaccinated people, of course: still confined to barracks. That’s another complication for the ‘will I, won’t I’ cohort to worry themselves with.

Don’t rely on masks. Professor Colin Axon, a British scientist who has been advising the British government’s Scientific Advisory Group on Emergencies (SAGE) about preventing the spread of infection, claims that masks are as useless as tits on a bull. They are merely ‘comfort blankets’, he says, pointing out that not only can the virus force its way out the top of a cloth mask, but pushes through gaps in the fabric invisible to the naked eye,and they are 500,0000 times the size of Covid particles! Do you ‘believe the science’?

Even the N95 masks the health professionals use are no absolute guarantee of preventing transmission. Masks are psychological rather than prophylactic tools. Compelling people to wear masks is about creating a climate of fear, of compliance, of permanent crisis. That suits our increasingly authoritarian political leaders, and certainly suits the unelected public health establishment determined to eliminate the uneliminateable, and who want you to cringe in their conviction that you doing so will make you more pliable and compliant with their edicts.

Interesting to see that Foxy admits to being just nosy, as usual, and attracting attention to herself.
Posted by ttbn, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 11:48:49 AM
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Interesting to see that ttbn is as always obsessing with
Foxy and telling everyone what she is thinking and
being. He talks about people we don't know on OLO
and then he proceeds to tell Foxy what she is thinking, doing,
and why. There's a word for that but I'm too polite to say it.
Posted by Foxy, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 12:13:48 PM
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cont'd ...

Pfizer will hopefully be abailable in August.
And of course we have every intention of being
vaccinated if allowed.
Posted by Foxy, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 12:19:18 PM
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The Pfizer vaccine has to be stored at minus -70 degrees so transport from manufacturers is more complex to distribute. Beside it was initially sent to areas with high mortality rates, Australia did not qualify, because we used isolation well until we began to bring in persons infected with Covid. Astra Zeneca is easily transported and distributed that is why Australia got it initially.

All injections can have side effects, I have friends in the USA who had Pfizer a one member in the family had reaction that left him in bed for four days. My daughter had Pfizer and she has a swollen arm for a week.
My wife and I have had the vaccines and neither had any side effects, others have had some side effects from Astra Zeneca.
Posted by Josephus, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 1:34:38 PM
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"There's a word" for people who talk about themselves in the third person - illeism - a sign of personality disorders which can include an inflated opinion of oneself: hardly surprising in Foxy's case.

And, I must beg everybody's pardon, it seems. I wasn't aware that I am not allowed to talk about "people we don't know on OLO". I hadn’t thought that Foxy would need a personal introduction to Professor Colin Axon, a British scientist who has been advising the British government’s Scientific Advisory Group on Emergencies (SAGE), or that she was incapable of looking him up. But I’m guessing the “we” who don’t know him, or can’t look him up, is really only Foxy.
Posted by ttbn, Tuesday, 20 July 2021 2:42:27 PM
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