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This short 🧵 was brought to you by questions that people are still asking because politicians, public health authorities, and media have so badly bungled information about #COVID19. And people hell bent on spreading disinformation are able to do so in droves. Please RT.
PSA part 1: You can be reinfected with #COVID19 ~4 weeks after infection. You can be contagious for 10+ days (5 days isolation is insufficient). #COVIDisAirborne. Reinfection increases risk of #LongCovid. Infants & children <5y are at risk of serious illness, hospitalization. 🧵
PSA part 2: Masks reduce transmission. Everyone indoors should mask. Improve ventilation, open windows, use HEPA filters. Get all eligible doses of #CovidVaccine (reduce risk of serious illness, hospitalization, death). Test daily when sick, isolate until no longer contagious. 🧵
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This thread has very revealing data showing that mRNA-vaccinations create majority of the covid cases. Largest covid waves come always after the booster rounds. Not before. AFTER.

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Isn't it weird coincidence that the EU suffered the most largest covid wave right after the boosting started?

Ofcourse this can be coincidence but with
what possibility the very same thing happened also in every EU memeber country? Keep reading...

#EU #COVID Image
🧵3/51 - Norway.

#Norway #COVID19 #CovidVaccine #Facts Image
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(1/5) Following Health Canada approval, the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommends that a 2-dose primary series of the Moderna Spikevax #CovidVaccine #Under5 may be offered to children 6 months to 5 yrs. Learn more: NACI National Advisory Committee on Immunization Vaccines fo
(2/5) NACI carefully reviewed the available evidence, and like other age groups, recommends a 2-dose primary series with an interval of 8 weeks between the 1st and 2nd dose.
(3/5) NACI recommends that a 3-dose primary series may be offered to children 6 months to 5 years of age who are immunocompromised with an interval of 4 to 8 weeks between each dose.
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Breaking: FDA authorizes Novovax. It's welcome news and I only wish it had happened sooner. #CovidVaccine…
Now we have to figure out how to best incorporate into the overall COVID vaccination strategy.

It's a whole different vaccine than Pfizer or Moderna. Protein-based vs mRNA. Beyond being an alternative it may offer something more.
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🚨My latest: An in-depth feature tackling global vaccine inequality🧵

1/ This is bigger than Covid. It’s about unsafe policies & practices ensuring that profit & power stays in the Global North.

It’s about what needs to change.

#longreads #CovidVaccine…
2/ COVID demonstrated the folly of relying on goodwill & the West.

Nearly 80% of people in rich countries have been vaccinated & fewer than 20% in poor countries. This is cruel AND dumb. Economies are connected. Variants spread.…
3/ Covid vaccine inequality is unjust but not surprising.

Years passed before HIV drugs were available in lower income countries. Decades passed before vaccines against pneumonia were available. Cancer treatments, monoclonal antibodies...people die in these delays.
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New preprint looking at 32,536 ppl giving birth in Melbourne 🇦🇺of whom 17,356 received a #CovidVaccine in #pregnancy

👉🏻 Congenital abnormalities, preterm birth and stillbirth all significantly *lower* in the vaccinated group.…
🤓 Section

Though this is in line with what we expect, I was surprised to see such clear results in a single study - albeit a big one. Is there a bias here?

In this cohort the vaccinated are generally healthier and wealthier, but the authors adjust for this. 2/
They also restrict the sample to ppl for whom weeks 20-43 following LMP fall entirely within the study period, to avoid fixed cohort bias. 3/
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(1/3) We realize parents are wondering when a #CovidVaccine for younger children will be available in Canada. Health Canada is reviewing Moderna’s submission for children 6 months to < 6 years of age. A decision is expected by mid-July. A little girl flexing her arm showing a bandage seen from be
(2/3) Health Canada also received a submission from Pfizer-BioNTech for children 6 months to < 5 years of age on June 23. As with all #Covid19 vaccines, Health Canada is prioritizing the review of these submissions. Find more information:
(3/3) Health Canada is responsible for conducting an in-depth review of the data to support the safety, efficacy and quality of any vaccine before an approval can be issued. Learn more about how Health Canada regulates vaccines:
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🧵1/x My 3 yo got his 1st #COVID19 vaccine dose last week!

Starting this 2-dose process (Moderna) was more satisfying and joyful for our family & friends than I’d expected 😁
🧵2/x Last year I wrote about my reasons for wanting to vaccinate my young kids against #COVID19
🧵3/x I also like to read informed takes that are opposed to mine, and this @ShamezLadhani tweetorial was a good one for that

It focuses on #CovidVaccine for 5-11 yo kids, but thread says he’d make similar arguments against immunization efforts for younger kids like my 3 yo
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I am putting pen to paper to say this winter is going from bad to worse. Please read on but @NSWHealth the whole system is under pressure and this is worse than 2021 because nearly every hospitla is impacted.
#COVID19 fewer people are testing! Of the 178,462 PCR tests reported 11.5% were positive. 467 people with COVID-19 were admitted to hospital and 43 were admitted to ICU this week, but this is down from the week before.
But while #OmicronBA2 is the dominant strain #OmicronBA5 is increasing and is now 22% of isolates. This is concerning as it has the potential for more immune escape, especially for those not infected in January and with only x2 vaccine doses, you are at risk!
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Tomorrow is my 14 month #CovidVaccine anniversary.

Today is hopefully the beginning of the end of that nightmare. 😬😅🤞🏻

#vaccineinjuries #LongCovid #TeamClots A box of clopidogrel 75 mg tablets and a box of abixaban 5 m
Massive thank you to the vaccine injured community, esp @ukcvfamily but also many others (special thanks to @Fallaryn), who have introduced us all to research and brought untold levels of support
Massive thank you to all the #microclots researchers and clinicians who have brought us valuable insight and quite literally life saving advice. The idea to get a VQ scan was a game changer and i cant thank the person who suggested that enough
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Location matters for Covid Vaccine.
Booster Vaccination on the same side as the original Prime shot produces better quality antibodies than on the opposite side even though antibody titres were similar #CovidVaccine @VirusesImmunity #Immunity 1/n…
Booster Vaccination on the Ipsilateral (same) side produced higher avidity antibodies as opposed to booster on the contralateral (opposite side), #CovidVaccine 2/n…
Affinity vs Avidity
Affinity is the strength of a single antibody binding its cognate epitope whereas avidity relates to the strength of polyclonal antibodies (like in real antibody responses) binding to antigens as different antibodies can bind to different epitopes 3/n
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Supreme Court to shortly deliver judgment on plea challenging mandatory COVID19 vaccine mandates as unconstitutional
#COVIDvaccine #SupremeCourt @pbhushan1
SC: we hare not inclined to entertain any challenge to maintainability of petition. as far as judicial review of expert opinion wide latitude given to executive

#SupremeCourt #COVIDVaccine #VaccineMandate
SC: court does not have expertise to decide on scientific evidence. we can decide manifest arbitrariness. considering bodily autonomy, bodily integrity is protected under article 21. NO ONE CAN BE FORCED TO GET VACCINATED

#SupremeCourt #COVIDVaccine #VaccineMandate
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APR 29: #COVID19 in #Ontario
2760 cases, 20* deaths, 3462 resolved
19235 tests/day, 7135 pending, 13.2% pos
1679 hospitalized🏥
209 in ICU (94 on ventilator)

+33,077 vaccinations💉
See thread for more graphs📈⤵️
#Covid_19 #covid #Omicron
#COVID19 ICU in #Ontario 🚨🏥
ICU total: 209
ICU non-ventilated: 115
ICU+ventilator: 94

#COVIDー19 #COVID19Ontario #onpoli
#Covid19Ontario daily cases vs. total current hospitalizations
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APR 27: #COVID19 in #Ontario
3005 cases, 22* deaths, 4055 resolved
23230 tests/day, 7914 pending, 15.2% pos
1734 hospitalized🏥
211 in ICU (92 on ventilator)

+34,168 vaccinations💉
See thread for more graphs📈⤵️
#Covid_19 #covid #Omicron Image
#COVID19 ICU in #Ontario 🚨🏥
ICU total: 211
ICU non-ventilated: 119
ICU+ventilator: 92

#COVIDー19 #COVID19Ontario #onpoli Image
#Covid19Ontario daily cases vs. total current hospitalizations Image
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APR 25: #COVID19 in #Ontario
2028 cases, 2* deaths, 2641 resolved
13247 tests/day, 4688 pending, 15.3% pos
1455 hospitalized🏥
219 in ICU (97 on ventilator)

+8,625 vaccinations💉
See thread for more graphs📈⤵️
#Covid_19 #covid #Omicron
#COVID19 ICU in #Ontario 🚨🏥
ICU total: 219
ICU non-ventilated: 122
ICU+ventilator: 97

#COVIDー19 #COVID19Ontario #onpoli
#Covid19Ontario daily cases vs. total current hospitalizations
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APR 18: #COVID19 in #Ontario
2219 cases, 2* deaths, 2382 resolved
10060 tests/day, 3784 pending, 18.7% pos
1301 hospitalized🏥
202 in ICU (91 on ventilator)

+5,699 vaccinations💉
See thread for more graphs📈⤵️
#Covid_19 #covid #Omicron
#COVID19 ICU in #Ontario 🚨🏥
ICU total: 202
ICU non-ventilated: 111
ICU+ventilator: 91

#COVIDー19 #COVID19Ontario #onpoli
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APR 13: #COVID19 in #Ontario
3833 cases, 13 deaths, 3339 resolved
23618 tests/day, 8712 pending, 17.5% pos
1332 hospitalized🏥
182 in ICU (85 on ventilator)

+38,191 vaccinations💉
See thread for more graphs📈⤵️
#Covid_19 #covid #Omicron Image
#COVID19 ICU in #Ontario 🚨🏥
ICU total: 182
ICU non-ventilated: 97
ICU+ventilator: 85

#COVIDー19 #COVID19Ontario #onpoli Image
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APR 6: #COVID19 in #Ontario
3444 cases, 32* deaths, 2872 resolved
21553 tests/day, 7381 pending, 18.0% pos
1074 hospitalized🏥
168 in ICU (83 on ventilator)

+8,664 vaccinations💉
7,204,915 people with 3x💉 (48.9%)
See thread for more graphs📈⤵️
#Covid_19 #covid #Omicron
#COVID19 ICU in #Ontario 🚨🏥
ICU total: 168
ICU non-ventilated: 85
ICU+ventilator: 83

#COVIDー19 #COVID19Ontario #onpoli
#Covid19Ontario daily cases vs. total current hospitalizations
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APR 4: #COVID19 in #Ontario
2248 cases, 0 deaths🙏🏻, 1697 resolved
11195 tests/day, 3151 pending, 19.0% pos
857 hospitalized🏥
168 in ICU (92 on ventilator)

+4,052 vaccinations💉
7,197,313 people with 3x💉 (48.8%)
See thread for more graphs📈⤵️
#Covid_19 #covid #Omicron Image
#COVID19 ICU in #Ontario 🚨🏥
ICU total: 168
ICU non-ventilated: 76
ICU+ventilator: 92

#COVIDー19 #COVID19Ontario #onpoli Image
#Covid19Ontario daily cases vs. total current hospitalizations Image
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1/🧵about #NHS culture and being liberated;many of you know me or follow me for leading the #Bolton #covidvaccine programme. What many don’t know was that on March 23rd 2020 the day we went into first #lockdown I stepped up from deputy To interim clinical director @BoltonCCG
2/working from home armed with a laptop and a mobile like many I began to meet and run meetings with the ‘system’ to respond to the #pandemic. At the start we met daily. All of us apprehensive. First task? Empty the hospital beds. I thought it was all a bit dramatic. At first.
3/battled for #PPE we didn’t have,thought of imaginative ways to pipe more oxygen into wards, we increased homecare beds to get people moving quicker, planned for mortuary space we soon were to need; we were doing #NHS things we’d never imagined at a speed never before possible
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MAR 28: #COVID19 in #Ontario
1741 cases, 4* deaths, 1450 resolved
6243 tests/day, 3568 pending, 17.9% pos
655 hospitalized🏥
158 in ICU (92 on ventilator)

+3,928 vaccinations💉
7,167,804 people with 3x💉 (48.6%)
See thread for more graphs📈⤵️
#Covid_19 #covid #Omicron
#Covid19Ontario daily cases vs. total current hospitalizations
#COVID19 ICU in #Ontario 🚨🏥
ICU total: 158
ICU non-ventilated: 66
ICU+ventilator: 92

#COVIDー19 #COVID19Ontario #onpoli
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This morning, the @CDCgov joins @EthnicMediaSvc for a robust discussion on #COVID19 vaccines, when a vaccine might be available for children five and under, and global #VaccineEquity . Join us on Facebook at 11 am PT:…
Please send your questions for the @CDCgov and we will try to get them answered live.
@CDCgov Dr. John Brooks says #BA2Variant represents 30 percent of Covid cases in US, especially in #NewYork and #NewEngland where it reaches over 50 percent
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MAR 25: #COVID19 in #Ontario
2761 cases, 22* deaths, 1818 resolved
17654 tests/day, 5974 pending, 12.6% pos
667 hospitalized🏥
161 in ICU (89 on ventilator)

+9,928 vaccinations💉
7,154,915 people with 3x💉 (48.6%)
See thread for more graphs📈⤵️
#Covid_19 #covid #Omicron
#Covid19Ontario daily cases vs. total current hospitalizations
#COVID19 ICU in #Ontario 🚨🏥
ICU total: 161
ICU non-ventilated: 72
ICU+ventilator: 89

#COVIDー19 #COVID19Ontario #onpoli
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1/7 Two years after the first national lockdown, it’s fantastic that we can live a more normal life safely, largely thanks to the #COVIDvaccine. But many Londoners remain defenceless to the harm of #COVID19 by being unvaccinated or incompletely vaccinated.…
2/7 Recent data from @ONS lays out the ongoing disparities between adults in London who have had the vaccine and not had the vaccine. Ethnicity, age and deprivation all play a complex role in how likely somebody is to go and get vaccinated.

Data here ➡️… There is a clear ethnic disparity amongst unvaccinated adultIn every ethnic group, adults aged 18-29 had the biggest proThe proportion of unvaccinated adults in London was higher i
3/7 The proportion of unvaccinated Londoners was higher in the most deprived than least deprived.

But worryingly, even the most affluent Black Caribbean & Black African Londoners were up to 2x as likely to be unvaccinated when compared to the most deprived of other ethnicities. Despite being in the most affluent group, some of London’s
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