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  • The Ice
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    Get 2 free Cardinals tickets when you ‘Vaccinate At The Plate’ starting today

    https://fox2now.com/news/coronavirus...tarting-today/

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  • Tekken
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    Everyone who put a pen to their forehead raise their hand.

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  • Jack Daniels
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    This Doctor, from Ohio, should lose her license...

    She also has a new book out too.

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  • Catfish Hunter
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    This is the billboard she bought. I think it needs more fonts.

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  • wad
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    That patch has “cunt” spelled wrong...

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  • Catfish Hunter
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  • JK
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    Originally posted by El Establishment 1 View Post

    What if you don't know if you were infected?
    Don't know...best guess would be to have an antibody test done. There are two types - one detects antibodies for the spike protein that is produced by both the vaccine and the virus and another tests for antibodies for the nucleocapsid protein which are only present if you've been previously infected.


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  • El Establishment 1
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    Originally posted by JK View Post
    Sounds like folks who were infected plus vaccinated may not need booster shots.



    What if you don't know if you were infected?

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  • Bandwagon Loblaw
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    Why are you using this thread!,,,

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  • JK
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    Sounds like folks who were infected plus vaccinated may not need booster shots.


    Immunity to the coronavirus lasts at least a year, possibly a lifetime, improving over time especially after vaccination, according to two new studies. The findings may help put to rest lingering fears that protection against the virus will be short-lived.

    Together, the studies suggest that most people who have recovered from Covid-19 and who were later immunized will not need boosters. Vaccinated people who were never infected most likely will need the shots, however, as will a minority who were infected but did not produce a robust immune response.
    Important immune cells survive in the bone marrow of people who were infected with the virus or were inoculated against it, new research suggests.

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  • Bandwagon Loblaw
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    What are you doing in this thread?

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  • JK
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    This seems pretty fucking stupid. Why is OSHA requiring that adverse reactions to vaccinations that are employer-mandated be counted as "reportable incidents" impacting a company's safety record?





    Clayco has stepped back from a previously announced firmwide vaccine mandate in response to a recent federal guideline.

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  • B.A.
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    my sixth-grader receives the first Pfizer shot on Saturday.

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  • B.A.
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    a coworker stayed home w/ a 101.4 fever last week the day after receiving the second moderna shot.

    said they just felt blah.

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  • ppg shg
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    21 y/o got the J&J on Monday. Yesterday, pretty well laid up. Clammy, lethargic, stayed in bed all day.

    No one knew the difference until about 5:30 pm when he said he didn't want to go get Mexican food.

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