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SINOVAC VACCINES START TOMORROW--TUESDAY--IN CHAPALA, AJIJIC, AND NOW IN JOCOTEPEC


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5 hours ago, ibarra said:

Agreed.  We will wait and hope for better options than Sinovac. 

Thank you.  Not to mention the EU will not let you enter if that is the vaccine you received.  Not going there, but...

Not true according to y sister who lives in Europe.  I am going there this year and other than the test there is no restriction.

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35 minutes ago, ibarra said:

I read it somewhere yesterday about EU and Sinovac.  Can't find the article today. Sorry for any confusion my comment may have made. 

 

 
Sinovac isn't as crappy as it was first thought to be in early testing.
 
 
"Sinovac’s vaccine shows an 80-90% efficacy rate within 2 months after 2 shots: CEO
By Global TimesPublished: Mar 08, 2021 10:42 PM
   
Sinovac FINAL

Sinovac Photo: Li Hao/GT


 
Editor's Note:


As one of the leading COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers in China, Sinovac has expanded its annual production capacity to 2 billion doses and offered its inactivated vaccines to over 16 countries and regions. The Global Times reporters Hu Yuwei and Leng Shumei (GT) recently talked to Yin Weidong (Yin), the CEO of the Sinovac, to learn more about his views on vaccine's safety and effectiveness, amid frequently novel coronavirus mutations, and the company's moves in making the vaccine more globally accessible."
 
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On 3/15/2021 at 9:12 AM, sm1mex said:

Have people gotten a call after registration on line or do people just show up?

  I know only of one person who is registered that has received a phone call

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6 hours ago, ibarra said:

Agreed.  We will wait and hope for better options than Sinovac. 

Thank you.  Not to mention the EU will not let you enter if that is the vaccine you received.  Not going there, but...

Not true according to y sister who lives in Europe.  I am going there this year and other than the test there is no restriction.

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9 hours ago, Curmudgeon said:

Yes it is. The FACT is that the incidence of blood clots in the vaccinated population is actually LOWER than in the overall population.

Interesting article explaining the AZ blood clot issue.

https://www.sciencealert.com/a-scientist-explains-why-you-don-t-need-to-panic-about-the-astrazeneca-rollout-pause

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11 hours ago, AlanMexicali said:

 

 
Sinovac isn't as crappy as it was first thought to be in early testing.
 
 
"Sinovac’s vaccine shows an 80-90% efficacy rate within 2 months after 2 shots: CEO
By Global TimesPublished: Mar 08, 2021 10:42 PM
   
Sinovac FINAL

Sinovac Photo: Li Hao/GT


 
Editor's Note:


As one of the leading COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers in China, Sinovac has expanded its annual production capacity to 2 billion doses and offered its inactivated vaccines to over 16 countries and regions. The Global Times reporters Hu Yuwei and Leng Shumei (GT) recently talked to Yin Weidong (Yin), the CEO of the Sinovac, to learn more about his views on vaccine's safety and effectiveness, amid frequently novel coronavirus mutations, and the company's moves in making the vaccine more globally accessible."
 

From Wikipedia

The Global Times (simplified Chinese: 环球时报; traditional Chinese: 環球時報; pinyin: Huánqiú Shíbào) is a daily tabloid newspaper under the auspices of the Chinese Communist Party's flagship People's Daily newspaper, commenting on international issues from a nationalistic perspective.[1][2][3][4] The newspaper has been the source of various incidents, including fabrications and disinformation.

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