The next generation coronavirus vaccine will not come so soon


National Review

Vaccination is our ticket from the pandemic

The advent of the COVID vaccine is one of the wonders of our time. However, the message that Americans who dislike vaccines have received from the media and public health authorities is that vaccines are so dangerous that they cannot return to their pre-pandemic life at the risk. This is a twist. The COVID-19 vaccine available to Americans (Pfizer and Modana vaccines only at the time of this writing) is safe. Of course, people react to them. People respond to all types of vaccines, from flu shots to tetanus shots. Vaccinated people may experience muscle and arm pain, malaise, chills, slight fever, headache, and dizziness. These reactions usually last a day or two without treatment. This is a small, short inconvenience due to the benefit of COVID-19 eliminating the risk of serious illness. Yes, some people are certainly allergic to the ingredients of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines and the CDC recommends that those individuals not be vaccinated, with the exception of them. The Food and Drug Administration is reviewing data on possible associations between the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and a small number of cases of severe blood clots. At this point, this seems to be a very rare reaction β€” eight known cases that have been administered more than 7 million times β€” and may not be vaccine-related. Therefore, based on what we currently know, 7 million unvaccinated people are more likely to suffer from severe COVID-19 than to suffer from severe blood clots. For other vaccines, multiple studies in both clinical trials and vaccines vaccinated after public approval show that Moderna and Pfizer are more than 90% effective in preventing COVID-19 infection in the real world. The settings that seemed to be there. For clarity, that does not mean that 10 percent of vaccinated people get COVID-19. This means that vaccinated people are 90% less infected than similar groups who have not been vaccinated. Nevertheless, 90 percent is not 100 percent. This means that some vaccinated people will be infected with the virus. However, the latest CDC data suggests 5,814 “breakthrough infections” out of more than 75 million fully vaccinated people. Vaccination does more than just protect vaccinated individuals. Infected vaccinated people release far less virus than unvaccinated people, reducing the chances of another person being infected. Although it does not completely eliminate it, a study of about 5,000 vaccinated Israelis found that “the viral load of infections that occur 12 to 37 days after the first dose of the vaccine is significant. It has decreased. ” However, some media outlets seem to consider it big and shocking news every time a vaccinated person becomes infected. The New York Post felt it necessary to talk about an infected Brooklyn woman three weeks after receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine. He then wrote about an Alaskan woman who was infected with COVID-19, recovered, and was re-infected on April 12. On the same day, a separate article about a Brooklyn man infected two weeks after receiving the J & J vaccine was published. The post has relentlessly covered those who died after receiving the vaccine. One headline says, “The old man collapsed and died shortly after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine at the Javits Center.” The addict collapsed when he left the building. Meanwhile, the Post Editorial Board said, “It’s much more likely that you’ll die in a plane crash than getting a blood clot from a J & J jab, but you’re still allowed to travel by air. Immunization is essential to overcome COVID and save far more lives. ”It was also followed up in a cover editorial that encouraged people to be vaccinated. That is wonderful. Can I talk to my colleagues in the news section? Beyond media efforts to emphasize the relatively small number of post-vaccinated horror stories, public health officials continue to wear masks even for vaccinated people, avoiding crowds and avoiding indoor spaces. By maneuvering, the effectiveness of the vaccine was implicitly downplayed. This suggests that vaccination does not change anything. This sends a disastrous message as the United States shifts from a lack of vaccines to the task of persuading skeptics to get vaccinated. All vaccinations represent another person who once had a potentially life-threatening infection probably only in the case of snuff and would be one step closer to our normal pre-pandemic life. .. This has always been a goal. Effective neutralization of the virus upset our lives over a year ago and caused a lot of suffering. Well, finally, the solution is here. All all you need to do is make a promise.