I was just researching covid vaccines. NONE of them are FDA approved. Instead they are EUA, emergency use authorization. The issuance of an EUA is different than an FDA approval (licensure) of a vaccine.
With different pharmaceutical companies, AstraZeneca, Pfizer and Moderna all creating a covid-19 vaccine in the coming months, which one would you decide to take or would you at all? 🤔
Back in 1990,..I remember within our own LGBTQ community, we were being ostracized because a lot of us died of AIDS and were infected with HIV and the population feared us. Today that stigma continues after doctors and the CDC say that a person who is undetectable under anti virals can have unprotected sex with another HIV undetectable person and can even have unprotected sex with an HIV negative person and not infect that person.. (it has been proven medically through science).... but today… read more
After you are fully vaccinated will you still continue with wearing a mask, social distance, and avoiding large crowds?
It appears the majority of the team will get vaccinated and I wanted to find out what changes you will make after it's done.
Everyone will adapt to their own "new normal" when things begin to settle and get sorted out.
I went to a doctor's appt the other day who is a GP whose clinic has seen a number of people coming in with breakthrough Covid, meaning testing positive after all the vacs. They say those of us immune and auto immune folks may need to receive yet another booster sooner than later because of this. I guess nothing is full proof but very glad I got vaccinated with the booster. Just wondered if you or you know anyone who has had a breakthrough positive Covid test since being vaccinated?
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Read more here:
Within the next couple of days the CDC may authorize Covid vaccine booster shots for those of us with immune compromise illness
“An estimated 2.7 percent of adults in the United States are immunocompromised, according to the CDC. It is unclear which groups would be covered under the expected FDA action. Immunocompromised patients include organ transplant recipients, people undergoing cancer treatment and people with HIV, among others.”
ZME Science: We finally have a vaccine that works against HIV (in early tests).