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First doses of Pfizer coronavirus vaccine has flown to US from Belgium

BUtterfield 8

The 1st doses of Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine candidate have been flown over 2 the U.S. from Belgium.

United commenced chartering flights 2 send doses of the vaccine 2 the U.S. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) also confirmed that it was "supporting the 1st mass air shipment of a vaccine."

The FAA is allowing United 2 carry 15k pounds of dry ice per flight, which is 5 times over the permitted limit.

Pfizer's vaccine candidate is developed in partnership with the German biotechnology company BioNTech, & last week, Pfizer applied 4 emergency use authorization (EUA) with the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). The vaccine will be distributed once it is approved.

The United Kingdom is slated 2 approve Pfizer's vaccine as early as next week.

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Me on my way to get miss rona’s vaccine 

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dynamite

I hope it works and I hope it's rolled out quickly :giveup:

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Jill

Another thing the US gets first because...reasons :giveup:

ARIZONA IS BLUE GODDAMMIT

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gabeoz
5 minutes ago, dynamite said:

I hope it works and I hope it's rolled out quickly :giveup:

It will probably take a while :selena: not to mention you need to take 2 injections for it to reach peak effectiveness

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Chromatography
14 minutes ago, gabeoz said:

It will probably take a while :selena: not to mention you need to take 2 injections for it to reach peak effectiveness

front line workers are supposed to get a dose starting dec 15

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xoxo Craig

It hasn't been approved yet :air:  what are they doing?

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Justin Drew Bieber

Did anyone else read “first doses of Pigrez”? :billie:

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BillieGOAT

Y’all say what you want but there is NO WAY I’m putting that vaccine in my body. It takes decades to study the side effects of medicine like this & I’m not risking it

I already had COVID so hopefully my antibodies/T-cells will work as my immunity

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BUtterfield 8
3 minutes ago, BillieGOAT said:

Y’all say what you want but there is NO WAY I’m putting that vaccine in my body. It takes decades to study the side effects of medicine like this & I’m not risking it

I already had COVID so hopefully my antibodies/T-cells will work as my immunity

:awkney:

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BUtterfield 8
10 minutes ago, LateToCult said:

Miss @BUtterfield 8 loves her number 2s. :bear:

Well when @Admin makes it legal on this site to post a full article I’ll be posting my number 2s!

 

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BillieGOAT
36 minutes ago, BUtterfield 8 said:

:awkney:

Thank you for your response, have a nice evening! :D

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Squidward T
1 hour ago, BillieGOAT said:

Y’all say what you want but there is NO WAY I’m putting that vaccine in my body. It takes decades to study the side effects of medicine like this & I’m not risking it

I already had COVID so hopefully my antibodies/T-cells will work as my immunity

Decades? The vaccine takes 2 weeks to work. If you have any side effects its going to be within the 2 weeks your body is developing antibodies to the virus. Long term side effects from any Vaccine are extremely rare. The vaccine has been studied for 8 months. I doubt any side effects would take longer than that to develop? 

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julz

It would still pass clinical trials/testing on each country...before it is deployed for use. 

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