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Far as myself is concerned there is only one reason not to get it - medical health reason contraindicates taking it . . . however, that doesn't absolve them from having to take the established protocols to avoid being a vector, etc. . . .
There is only 1 of them that was developed somewhat in that fashion . . . Moderna & Phizer weren't . . . but even then none of them use any fetal tissue in and of itself . . .
Good article . . . thank ya . . .
Thanks for that! I love it when others do my homework for me.
In this week's CoronaCheck, we take aim at claims about COVID-19 vaccine "shedding", AstraZeneca blood clots and the Prime Minister's "luxury" watch.Read more from www.abc.net.au
NEW DELHI (AP) - The man in the WhatsApp video says he has seen it work himself: A few drops of lemon juice in the nose will cure COVID-19. "If you practice what I am about to say with faith, you will be free of corona in five seconds," says the man, dressed in traditional religious clothing.Read more from AP NEWS
A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked them out.Read more from AP NEWS
A Cape Cod lobster diver is safe Friday, following a fluke encounter with a humpback whale that nearly made him the leviathan's lunch.Read more from CNN
Businessman Clive Palmer has claimed that 50 per cent of animals which were involved in trials for COVID-19 vaccines now available in Australia died. It echoes an already-debunked claim from a US lawmaker.Read more from www.abc.net.au