So twelve months is good but four months is bad? Got it.
So let me get this straight, you're worried about the safety of an 'untested' (your words, not mine) vaccine that now has a solid many months of safe, international use associated with it, whilst championing antivirals that have less than a month's approval time and negligible use behind them? Forget not playing with a full deck, you're currently holding the card most people without a full deck have lost.He dislikes the Pfizer vaccine which has being given to what 1B+ people for nearly 12mth and actually based on previous research, so really not that new. Many other vaccines are using 50 year old tried and trusted technology of simply injecting a non-activating piece of the virus.
But puts faith in a new antiviral drug thats been on the market for less than what 4 months and tested on a fraction of the people and those who it was tested on were probably not in a position to argue risk to longivity as theirs was probably estimated in days or hours without the drug.
Must be a really important line in clinical research that says that I guess.
YEs Don, everything you post is your guess, because it certainly not remotely close to fact.
Pfizer - 18mths over 1B doses to date expect 2B by end of year. Thats 1B peoples worth of data and srunitised by over 100 countries and other jursiticions. Being copied by the Chinese. Yeah, its soooo bad. Moderna similar.
Other CV vaccines such as Chinese based on 50 year old technology. Yeah, thats sooooo bad.
Meanwhile, Don with a PHD in Googling BS is saying an animal worming drug not approved for use in any justistication in the world as a means of treating CV-19 is a safer bet while the tax payer is funding your ar$e slower sufficating in an ICU to the tune of $2670/d just for the bed!
This is the level of reseatch into using Ivemectin for CV, a Monkey's kidney cell!Subsequent studies found that ivermectin could inhibit replication of SARS-CoV-2 in monkey kidney cell culture with an [color=#0645ad][size=2][font=sans-serif]IC[sub][size=1]50[/size][/sub][/font][/size][/color] of 2.2–2.8 μM
You would be better off taking forsythia.