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Fri Jul 16, 2021, 06:55 PM

Do you think people are crafting their own "boosters" by getting a different type of vaccination

as in, if I got Pfizer, I'll sign up for Moderna and just get 3 (or 4) shots total.


Do you think people are doing this, and if so, is it smart or not so smart. Is it better to wait and see if there's new direction from CDC.

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Reply Do you think people are crafting their own "boosters" by getting a different type of vaccination (Original post)
TomDaisy Jul 2021 OP
tblue37 Jul 2021 #1
salin Jul 2021 #3
Effete Snob Jul 2021 #2
salin Jul 2021 #4
beaglelover Jul 2021 #5
abqtommy Jul 2021 #6
zuul Jul 2021 #7
womanofthehills Jul 2021 #8
dclarston13 Jul 2021 #9

Response to TomDaisy (Original post)

Fri Jul 16, 2021, 06:57 PM

1. I believe there is a database with info about who has already been vaccinated.

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Response to tblue37 (Reply #1)

Fri Jul 16, 2021, 07:31 PM

3. Indiana sent an electronic link to a 'vaccination certificate'

which says that at least on a state level such data bases can (? do?) exist.

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Response to TomDaisy (Original post)

Fri Jul 16, 2021, 07:05 PM

2. Don't

When the data suggests a booster is a good idea, that’s not going to be some kind of secret.

Over in Freeperville, they are eating horse meds off of crackers because of bright ideas on social media.

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Response to Effete Snob (Reply #2)

Fri Jul 16, 2021, 07:31 PM

4. Yikes!

freeper covidiots.

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Response to TomDaisy (Original post)

Fri Jul 16, 2021, 07:38 PM

5. No, I don't think people are doing that.

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Response to TomDaisy (Original post)

Fri Jul 16, 2021, 08:00 PM

6. No. Boosters haven't been approved yet so fully-vaxxed people need to be patient and keep

masking, distancing and sanitizing.

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Response to TomDaisy (Original post)

Fri Jul 16, 2021, 08:49 PM

7. Not possible in the US.

Germany allows it. My daughter in Berlin got AstraZeneca for the first shot then Moderna for the second.

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Response to TomDaisy (Original post)

Fri Jul 16, 2021, 08:58 PM

8. WHO just recommended not mixing vaccines unless told to

Said there have been no studies on doing this.


The World Health Organisation’s chief scientist has warned people against “vaccine shopping” whereby individuals decide to mix-and-match coronavirus vaccines themselves.

Soumya Swaminathan said people should follow all relevant public health advice before taking such decisions.
https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/covid-vaccine-mix-pfizer-astrazeneca-b1883406.html

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Response to TomDaisy (Original post)

Fri Jul 16, 2021, 09:07 PM

9. J&J is a different type of vaccine

compared to to Pizer's nMRA's but I have heard nothing about stacking them even though they act differently. There also does not seem to be much info on the long term effectiveness of the J&J vaccine, the bulk of information seems to focus on the nMRA vaccines.

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