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Taiwan wary of vaccine effectiveness (General)

by dan @, Friday, December 11, 2020, 20:26 (85 days ago) @ dulan drift

Yeah there are way too many uncertainties at this point to get too excited about these vaccines. We had news this week of adverse allergic reactions, and that's after, what, the first day of administration outside of trials?

A bit of logical, science based skepticism would be good now. What bothers me about this whole thing is that during this pandemic, we've been told to "follow the science" with regards to wearing masks and social distancing, and I think that's been based on good science. But the science behind these vaccines is that the safety trials, the so called phase 3 trials, last at least one year. They've let the safety leg of the trials go three months tops. So they're saying, follow the science, but not this time. This time, just trust us.

But that's not science. So, should we follow the science, or not?

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