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sarahbell

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Greed?


 

The UK has placed orders for vaccines from:

  • BioNTech and Pfizer

Type: mRNA

Doses: 40 million – enough for 20 million people

The vaccine is being rolled out across the UK, having been approved for use on December 2 last year.

  • Oxford and AstraZeneca

Type: Adenovirus

Doses: 100 million – enough for 50 million people

The jab is being administered throughout the UK, after getting the green light from the MHRA on December 30.

  • Moderna

Type: mRNA

Doses: 17 million – enough for 8.5 million people

The jab from the US biotech firm has been approved for use in the UK, but doses will not be available until the spring.

  • Novavax

Type: Protein adjuvant.

Doses: Under the in-principle agreement, the UK has secured 60 million doses of the Novavax vaccine

The UK is providing infrastructure to Novavax in running a phase three clinical trial in the UK, and plans to manufacture its vaccine in the UK with Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies.

Results from those trials show the vaccine offers 89% protection against Covid-19, but it still requires approval from the MHRA, which could take several weeks.

  • Janssen

Type: Adenovirus

Doses: Some 30 million doses have been secured from Janssen, which is owned by Johnson & Johnson

Results from clinical studies show the jab is 66% effective overall at preventing moderate to severe Covid-19 28 days after vaccination.

Deliveries of the vaccine are expected in the second half of 2021, should it receive approval from the MHRA.

  • Valneva

Type: Inactivated whole virus

Doses: Pending approval, the original order for 60 million is set for delivery in the second half of this year and now the option for a second batch of 40 million doses has been triggered. These have been earmarked for delivery in 2022.

Valneva’s site in Livingston, West Lothian, will manufacture the vaccine.

Clinical trials are ongoing, with the early-stage phase 1/2 study expected to read out within the next three months.

The jab is expected to be given as two doses.

  • GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Sanofi Pasteur

Type: Protein adjuvant

Doses: 60 million

Clinical trials for the vaccine are ongoing. Interim results of early phases of the trial showed an immune response comparable to patients who recovered from Covid-19 in adults aged 18 to 49 years, but a low immune response in older adults.

 

Yes we've bought many more than we actually need. Gambling on them not being any good.

Yes it's "greedy" but I don't think we've done anything a well organised "rich" nation shouldn't have done.

 

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The Masked Tulip

A fascinating insight into the motivation of those who are doing this to us.

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MrPin

Check where the ex-politicians and advisors, are earning money from in a few years. They will have pharmacy giant's directorships vomiting out of their arse.

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Stuey
1 minute ago, MrPin said:

Check where the ex-politicians and advisors, are earning money from in a few years. They will have pharmacy giant's directorships vomiting out of their arse.

Not after Nuremberg 2.

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MrPin
1 minute ago, Stuey said:

Not after Nuremberg 2.

If only.

I didn't intend vomiting, but I meant coming, but my ketborad spelled voming, so I made it vomiting.

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Wight Flight
55 minutes ago, Stuey said:

He's cracking up. 

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He was jabbed last Friday.

 

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MrLibertyRedux
1 hour ago, MrPin said:

Check where the ex-politicians and advisors, are earning money from in a few years. They will have pharmacy giant's directorships vomiting out of their arse.

This^

I fail to see how people still cannot grasp this.

1 hour ago, Stuey said:

Not after Nuremberg 2.

Sadly, I think it will be closer to Hutton Report 2.

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MrPin
36 minutes ago, Wight Flight said:

He was jabbed last Friday.

 

He's floated to far from the shore, to use nautical terms, and my parrot got over the arse problem, should you wish to be informed.

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MrPin
5 minutes ago, JoeDavola said:

Worzel Gummidge - ITV Sitcom - British Comedy Guide

Cracking Joe! You must be funny in real life. I'm not. I take life seroiusly.

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JoeDavola
5 minutes ago, MrPin said:

Cracking Joe! You must be funny in real life. I'm not. I take life seroiusly.

Yes I'm hilarious and I like Al Stewart. What more could you want in a mate.

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tlc
59 minutes ago, Wight Flight said:

He was jabbed last Friday.

 

With saline....

 

The deterioration in his appearance is more about the lies unravelling.

Did you his great grandad came to a VERY sticky end?

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MrPin
1 minute ago, JoeDavola said:

Yes I'm hilarious and I like Al Stewart. What more could you want in a mate.

Steely Dan and Joni Mitchell, The naked three Degrees, and  a big bed.

All times gone past. We have to be optimistic and look forward, although you may have a bit more to look forward to than I have.

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JoeDavola
1 minute ago, MrPin said:

you may have a bit more to look forward to than I have.

Not sure about that one. We might need to set up a poll to decide.

;)

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MrPin
2 minutes ago, MrPin said:

Steely Dan and Joni Mitchell, The naked three Degrees, and  a big bed.

All times gone past. We have to be optimistic and look forward, although you may have a bit more to look forward to than I have.

I am ashamed of my English language. I'm rattling on like @spygirl. I think the new Firefox browser is fucked out

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JoeDavola
5 minutes ago, MrPin said:

Steely Dan and Joni Mitchell, The naked three Degrees, and  a big bed.

All times gone past. We have to be optimistic and look forward, although you may have a bit more to look forward to than I have.

I've seen both Al Stewart and Steely Dan live, but missed out on Joni by not being old enough. Hey ho.

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MrPin
1 minute ago, JoeDavola said:

I've seen both Al Stewart and Steely Dan live, but missed out on Joni by not being old enough. Hey ho.

It's good to gig. I'm not sure who I saw some nights.

Damned, Eric Claptone (boring), Selecter (good tits), Jam (red suits), Killing Joke, and George Melly. Some others too.

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Just now, MrPin said:

Killing Joke, and George Melly

That was an awesome collaboration.

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MrPin
6 minutes ago, JoeDavola said:

and Steely Dan live,

It's harder to see that nowadays, as some have croaked. I could bang out a decent "Haitian Divorce" with a lot of the wrong notes

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