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Just out of San Diego a batch of Moderna vaccines have been pulled due to many getting "severe" allergic reactions from the batch.... You can find the info if you do a search...
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Lightbulb Recalled Batch of Moderna Vaccine

Here is actual information on this single batch of Moderna that had approx 10 people needing attention for allergic reactions. It was quickly reported and that batch has been recalled.

Moderna says possible allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccine under investigation | Reuters
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Hi Agate,

Thanks for your thoughtful reply. I have decided to go ahead with the vaccine. I havent been offered one yet but have responded to a request for details. No medical history has been requested. I will report back my experience.
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I had the Pfizer vaccine 10 days ago and have had no side effects apart from a sore shoulder for an evening. My girlfriend also had the jab. She said she felt a small prick but she's got used to that.
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Great news, Atticus! Hope the second one will go just as well.
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Now the real evidence is in the long run, how long it will last, there is so much controversary here in the U.S. on these. Many are now waiting for the Johnson and Johnson one, not on ice and a one shot deal. And the distribution of the first 2 here in CA for sure has been terrible. Good luck.
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There is strong evidence that the immunologists and virologists who have made Covid-19 specific vaccines have done a good job.
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Great news, Atticus! Hope the second one will go just as well.
Thanks very much Agate. Take care.
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NZ has a population of 5 million.

When Covid-19 arrived there from outside the NZ PM introduced by saying "We are now the whanau of 5 million. Your whanau is your kinship group.

You always have a special duty of care towards other members of your whanau.

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