- Currently the two first available vaccines according to the CDC do not necessarily prevent transmission or infection of the virus. As I was hoping that the first two would only be used for those at high risk to their body's response to the virus which had been symptoms usually fatal to those with high risk factors including health and age.
- According to the CDC:
- Can you still carry the virus after COVID-19 vaccine?
- According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a person who is vaccinated against COVID-19 can still be infected with or “carry” the virus that causes COVID-19 while not feeling sick or having symptoms. Experts call this “asymptomatic infection.”Mar 5, 2021
- There are other vaccines just as the J&J which was recently approved as well as others in the pipeline.
- I do not know why media and government are hyper focused on only pushing the first two which have identical mRNA mechanisms.
- I recommend to my friends to research other vaccines in the pipeline and expand the peripheral than what only corporate sponsored media puts out.
- Here is the latest in the pipeline according to the CDC (includes 3rd stage trials at the bottom that look promising)
- The one's I am personally interested in are:
- Johnson & Johnson vaccine and if I can wait then the Novavax vaccine, which is in it's last stage trial before FDA can approve it.
Vaccines - CDC - Pipeline Update By pagetelegram on 14th March 2021 04:34:12 PM
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