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helloitsme
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Side Note: Goldman Sachs & many of the other large institutions have announced the rescinding of their corporate vx mandate.

https://www.cnbc.com/2022/08/31/walmart-invests-in-ranchers-company-as-shoppers-favor-premium-beef.html

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I wish this booster had not been approved until the human testing was finished.

Right now they have some human testing data on Omicron B1 &B2 but I haven’t heard much about that.

This booster is for the original Covid strain and Omicron B4 & B5 and was approved with testing on mice. Data from humans still several months away,

I realize the flu vaccine doesn’t get tested every year on humans before release, but Covid vaccines are still too new.

I may end up with the booster but probably not until I see the data from the human trials.

[ 08-31-2022, 05:02 PM: Message edited by: hiker53 ]

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The others did not have proper testing. So ....

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The others did have proper testing.

This booster hasn’t even finished the human trials. The data is based on mice. That is a huge difference.

Lymetoo, it won’t matter what I say because you have made it clear that you are anti-vax and your mission seems to be to keep people from getting the Covid vaccine.

I actually am pointing out I don’t trust this vaccine, yet. Sheesh. I am actually saying this isn’t good. And yet, you have to be snide.

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