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Just more info on Delta vs Sinovac

Discussion in 'COVID-19' started by danbandanna, Jun 30, 2021.

  1. danbandanna

    danbandanna DI Senior Member Veteran Marines

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    Post #4 by jimeve, Jun 30, 2021 (4 points)
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    I wonder if once you have Sinovac jabbed, can one get Pfizer or Moderna in the future (assuming you survive Covid until Pfizer available here.
     
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    Hopefully they don't allow anyone get a second vaccine until everyone has had a chance to get their first.
     
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    I get my second jab next month, 13th July.
     
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    I believe that to be so - and there may even be advantages in having two different vaccines.
     
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    That's not what I meant.
     
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    I do believe you have to have the two doses with a month of each other to be fully effective?
     
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    I meant a second/different vaccine (example: mixing sinovac with Pfizer) not a second dose to make a person fully vaccinated. Everyone should have a chance to get fully vaccinated before people are allowed to start mixing vaccines.
     
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    @Rye83 , Your reference to mixing vaccines, may have made the subject more confusing because it is becoming commonly accepted to mix vaccines for your second dose. Some studies show that immunity is better with a second dose that is different from the first. Though these studies usually have a better performing vaccine as the second dose.

    I think what @Rye83 meant to communicate is that after everyone has received their free two doses then people should be able to pay for the vaccine of their choice to use as a booster shot. Or in Rye's case his first two doses.
     
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    danbandanna DI Senior Member Veteran Marines

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    FINALLY...first jab today, now for some General Tso's Chicken :smile:
     
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