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Thai virologists think mixed vaccine use may give some protection against Omicron


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32 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

mix-and-match vaccine regimen may offer protection against the new coronavirus variant

This is nothing new. Been known for a while.

 

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In the first study to provide results on such cross-dosing, researchers say that it’s safe for people who received one of the three vaccines available in the U.S. to get a booster dose of another—and that they found early evidence that certain combinations might generate stronger immune responses than others.

 

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48 minutes ago, snoop1130 said:

Dr. Yong, head of the Centre of Excellence in Clinical Virology at Chulalongkorn University, said in his Facebook post today (Tuesday) that mutations of coronavirus occur all the time, but the important thing is where the mutations take place and how they function.

Nobel prize level thinking. Waiting on news of his nomination.

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Ok Dr. Yong, glad to hear the Governmental mix and match recipes can possibly combat Omicron, no errors are made here.............

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"Moderna CEO warns COVID-19 shots less effective against Omicron, spooks markets"

OK mix it with some AstraZeneca , Sino Pharm and a dash of J&J ,don't forget the

little umbrella ....... 

regards worgeordie

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Cheers for that Dr. Yong.

 

I tried mixing my drinks on Saturday night, hoping I wouldn't get a hangover the following day........I still did!

 

In the meantime , I will stop reading the inane things you spout out my good doctor!

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Thai Virologists 'Think'.....  Mmm no data lads, better cook some up like

other countries do to continue the fraud, so we can flog the left over quaxxines.

 

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4 hours ago, Mavideol said:

just wondering what mix they advise.... maybe sinovac + sinopharm ......555

 

No, 1 jab Sinovac + a large bottle of Chang!  :drunk:

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

A leading Thai virologist, Dr. Yong Poovorawan, and Professor Dr. Wasun Chantratita, head of the Centre for Medical Genomics at Ramathibodi hospital, believe that a mix-and-match vaccine regimen may offer protection against the new coronavirus variant Omicron

Experts in think & hope strike again.

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Makes more sense than what's being told to us in the UK at the moment.

 

Wait for data on one hand but have pretty much decided already with no evidence the vaccine isnt as effective.

 

Solution... Take another dose of the vaccine we just told you isnt effective. 😅

 

I'm not anti Vax etc but this will be 3 jabs in less than 6 months for me now.. it's wearing thin

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The good doctor may well turn out to be right in this matter, but he and we won't know for some weeks at least, probably months. And the new knowledge will come from a range of countries outside Thailand (US, UK, Oz ... ).

 

In the meantime, all is speculation, even when it comes from the good doctor.

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21 hours ago, Willy Wombat said:

Dr. Yong, head of the Centre of Excellence. THINKS, but can’t categorically say that the the Thai mix n match half dose under the skin injections work

Covid treatments require randomized, double-blind, placebo based studies to be considered valid.
Mix and match vaccination require an "I think" by an eminence like Dr. Yong.

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On 11/30/2021 at 4:25 PM, sungod said:

See, you all doubted that Thailand are world leaders.

 

Pick and mix is the way ahead!

 

 

"Thai virologists think mixed vaccine use may give some protection against Omicron."

 

Think, no scientific evidence!

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