Covid Vaccination Argentina

Jay J.

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after 2+ years of dealing with this, you still don't know what to do if you feel sick?
One thing not to do is get 'vaccinated' and thus disrupt the Type III interferon signaling pathway(s) and elevate the IgG4 antibodies. Among all the other deleterious effects.
 

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I thought this might be interesting for people considering booster vaccine doses: https://www.massgeneral.org/news/pr...long-term-effectiveness-covid-vaccine-booster

It's also being reported in Infobae, in very generic terms. I think the more interesting parts are:

  • The model predicted that a booster dose of either the Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna mRNA vaccines can induce robustly enhanced antibody- and immune cell–based responses against SARS-CoV-2 to provide sufficient protection for more than 1 year in healthy individuals.
  • However, the model suggested that for people with suppressed immune responses or those with cancer receiving immunosuppressive treatments, the booster effect may wane fairly quickly. These patients should therefore be given booster vaccines on a more frequent basis.
  • For people receiving the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen vector vaccine, additional booster doses should be considered for everyone. The analysis also revealed that the optimal schedule for vaccine booster doses is not the same for all SARS-CoV-2 variants.
 

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Automatic Google Translation of entire article:
11 January 2023
"The most contagious to date": Kraken, the new coronavirus subvariant that could come to dominate in Argentina. The world watches the last lineage of SARS-CoV-2, which sweeps the USA; according to infectologists, there are already cases in the country....The City of BA Ministry of Health affirmed that "with the cases that the sequence is made in CABA, this sublineage was not registered, at least thru December", but they informed that next week the data for January will be available. LA NACION tried to contact the National Ministry of Health to obtain more information on whether there is a record of cases with this new variant in the country, but there was no response....
 

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Automatic Google Translation of entire article:
19 January 2023 by Eugenia Muzio
Carla Vizzotti announced the incorporation of bivalent vaccines against COVID-19. The first to arrive in Argentina will be from Pfizer
and then, in February, Moderna inoculants will be available. How they will be applied and what difference they have with the vaccines that are already circulating in the country....It is a formula that protects both for coronavirus originating in Wuhan, China; as well as the Omicron variant and its sublineages....
 

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Automatic Google Translation of entire article:
20 January 2023
Hybrid immunity against COVID: what is the protection achieved by those who were infected and vaccinated. A recent study published in The Lancet highlighted the benefits of vaccination, even after having had the disease. What role does Omicron play in these cases?....The new analysis showed that hybrid immunity provides greater protection, demonstrating the benefits of vaccination even after having had COVID-19....
 

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Automatic Google Translation of entire article:
4 February 2023 by Victor Ingrassia
Application in Argentina, effectiveness and safety: the keys to bivalent vaccines against COVID. The new formulations that include the original virus and the Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 variant are already in use in Argentina. Why are they more effective? In which districts are they being applied? How will they define the future of the pandemic?....
 
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