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Which Covid-19 vaccine is better?

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Hello people, (...) (...) I want to talk to you (...) (...) about Covid-19 vaccine, okay. The one develop by University of Oxford (...) (...) together with AstraZeneca (...) (...) which is a company. Alright. Recently, they published the results (...) (...) so the overall efficacy of the vaccine (...) (...) and the number was 70%. Now compared to the other two (...) (...) with numbers in the ridging of 90-95% (...) (...) this look bad However, (...) (...) it turns out they made a mistake! With about 3000 people volunteers, (...) (...) because they gave to this people (...) (...) a lower dose (...) (...) ridging of the vaccines. So, basically they gave the same (...) (...) amount of liquid (...) (...) but there was less amount (...) (...) of vaccine in the liquid, (...) (...) it was diluted. So, this was a mistake, (...) (...) but it turns out that when (...) (...) you do that in the first dose and (...) (...) then you give the full amount of (...) (...) the second it looks like (...) (...) the overall efficacy rises from (...) (...) 70 to round 90 percent. Now taking it to account, that this (...) (...) vaccine is cheaper than the other (...) (...) two, it’s in the ridging of (...) (...) 2-3 euros, rather than twenty whatever. And, that it can be stored in fridges, (...) (...) alright, at fridge temperature (...) (...) around 8 degrees positive, (...) (...) rather than minus 20, minus 18. So, of course that all these (...) (...) characteristics made this (...) (...) vaccine much better. So, the only problem will be the (...) (...) lower efficacy. But, if it turns out the overall (...) (...) efficacy it’s actually in the (...) (...) ridging 90 percent, then that's (...) (...) really good. So, it looks that they’re going to (...) (...) make new trials now. But then, of course, some people (...) (...) are saying: ‘Ah, they’re making (...) (...) new analysis because they (...) (...) didn’t do right the first time, (...) (...) and so on. So, it’s tricky.

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Posted by: barbarafuentes on Dec 11, 2020

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