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  1. You said, Remember, when Pfizer reports an "average 92%" efficacy of protection, there are ½ the patients who had less than 92% protection. An average is determined by adding the string of numbers, then dividing that total by the number of numbers in the string. Example, in a string of 10 numbers, 9 of them are 100 and 1 of them is 50. The AVERAGE is 95 (950 divided by 10). How many of these numbers are below the average of 95? ONE.
  2. Ah, that Thanksgiving bastard child, the tofurky.
  3. Local FB page reporting this. También, este martes 13 de abril en los municipios de Tlajomulco de Zúñiga y El Salto se comenzará la aplicación de la primera dosis de la vacuna Pfizer-BioNTech para adultos mayores, mientras que San Pedro Tlaquepaque recibirá la segunda dosis. En los tres municipios se realizará el proceso de inmunización por orden alfabético de 8:00 a 16:00 horas o hasta agotar las dosis del día.
  4. https://edition.cnn.com/2021/04/12/world/coronavirus-newsletter-intl-04-12-21/index.html China brings out its censors over vaccine critique Gao's remarks were controversial in China and, as his comments gained traction on social media and international news platforms, Chinese censors quickly scrubbed discussions online. State media swiftly put out an interview with Gao to walk back his comments. Global Times, a state-run nationalist tabloid, quoted Gao as saying reports about his admission were "a complete misunderstanding," and published new, toned-down remarks from Gao.
  5. Readers can note???? What else shall us readers "note?" When the first line of a post is inaccurate or complete bullshit, then readers should stop reading 🙃 Medians are NOT averages. You are asking readers to ignore your mis-representations. And yes the difference between Median and Average IS high school math. Some basics never change.
  6. I did read it, and I understand the significance between AVERAGE and MEDIAN. The study is reporting AVERAGES and you vastly mis-represented the mathematical definition AVERAGE in your original post.
  7. I'd like to give them a try; want to see if the hype is believable. The one getting a lot of press is Beyond Meat/Beyond Burger. Any local eateries serving them? If you buy and cook at home....recommendations for brand, local retailer, feedback on quality/flavor? Gracias in advance.
  8. That would only be true if Pfizer was reporting its efficacy as MEDIAN results (the number with 1/2 above, 1/2 below). Average is the sum of a set of numbers divided by the total numbers.
  9. The Chinese government is a totalitarian regime with a horrible history of human rights abuse, right up to the current time. They suppress individual freedoms; I won't pretend that that's ok. China cloaks itself in secrecy; they have not allowed their vax to be peer reviewed, nor have they released their own data on their trials. China also has a lengthy history of lying...to its own people and to the world. China launched a massive mis-information campaign against Western vaccines, calling Pfizer unsafe and ineffective. https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/article/chinese-spam-
  10. Those restrictions put in place by Jalisco expired on Easter Sunday, April 4th. https://www.travelweekly.com/Mexico-Travel/What-you-need-to-know-about-spring-break-travel-this-year The government of the state of Jalisco -- home to PV -- put strict protocols in place last month, but they were slated to expire at the end of day on Easter, April 4. https://www.vallartadaily.com/covid-19-restrictions-for-easter-week-begin-today-in-puerto-vallarta/ These provisions will be in effect until Sunday, April 4.
  11. There are people posting on FB from Ajijic/Chapala expats who have gotten non-Chinese vax in GDL in the past few weeks.
  12. The 7pm closings of malecons were in effect during Semana Santa y Semana Pascua. It would be helpful if @ACD and @jrod would post LINKS with CURRENT DATES. @jrodlink is dated 01 Abril....during the Easter holidays.
  13. In the past 6 months China has done its best to hype its own vaccines while denigrating proven ones like Pfizer in social media smear campaigns. This admission by the head of China's CDC is astounding and alarming, especially for those countries who relied on them. If he made this announcement without the approval of Chinese government his life could be in danger. China is not a fan of those who don't toe the party line.
  14. Go ahead and get one then. But it won't provide you with reliable info. https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2021/02/12/covid-vaccine-antibody-test/ Why you shouldn’t get a covid antibody test after your vaccine But health experts say antibody tests — the tests designed to detect proteins created by the immune system that protect against the virus — are not necessary and can be unreliable. “After the vaccines, a lot people are going to get antibody testing — ‘Oh, I want to see if it’s working.’ It actually has very little correlation,”
  15. https://www.mdanderson.org/cancerwise/what-do-negative-positive-antibody-test-results-mean-after-a-covid-19-vaccine.h00-159459267.html Can antibody tests determine if the COVID-19 vaccine was effective? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) discourages antibody testing for assessing immunity after getting the vaccine. A vaccinated person is very likely to get a negative result from a serology test, even if the vaccine was successful and protective. That’s because different serology tests detect antibodies to different parts of the virus. Some tests detect ant
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