It really is a lot worse when you get the second shot. Fatigue, my arm hurts, and I think I may be running an actual fever?
On the other hand, I woke up this morning saying Wait! Morgan Barod needs to kill a monster made of slime and human vertebrae! Which is correct: he did, and it fixed a chapter nicely, I think. So yay, vaccine-induced fevers.
Just a report, but if it’s true then it’s pretty damn big – and pretty good news.
…I had further commentary on this subject regard vaccine prioritization, but I’m retired. Suffice it to say we’re gonna see a lot of vaccinations this summer if the report pans out. Be prepared.
I lean towards the “Stick ’em all and let God sort them out” school of vaccination right now, but all three options are actually valid ones. We just need to pick a strategy and stick to it. And if we do take the flip-flop option, let’s at least do it formally.
They were hoping for 60%, so this is extra-welcome news:
Continue reading Pfizer announces their vaccine is 90% effective.
Pfizer and BioNTech announced Monday their coronavirus vaccine was more than 90% effective in preventing Covid-19 among those without evidence of prior infection, hailing the development as “a great day for science and humanity.”
“I think we can see light at the end of the tunnel,” Pfizer Chairman and CEO Dr. Albert Bourla told CNBC’s Meg Tirell on “Squawk Box.” “I believe this is likely the most significant medical advance in the last 100 years, if you count the impact this will have in public health, global economy.”