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    Nope never had the React Covid-19 testing research letter so far & have not been asked to be involved in any trials as of yet about anything

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    UK-made Valneva coronavirus vaccine produces 'strong immune response' in early trials, says Matt Hancock

    https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-...ncock-12267367

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    Vaccines will get more efficient as time passes. The initial ones were produced in such a rush so any protection was better than none.

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    Yes I think your right beau,

    There is still things going on with the Oxford one concerning rare blood clots. The other week the vaccine was said to be safe, but today there's more talk about blood clots I can't get to the bottom of it at the mo & don't want to put anything that's wrong on here. No doubt it will become clear at some point

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    Another key milestone' as Moderna vaccine rollout begins in the UK

    https://news.sky.com/story/new-type-...today-12268074

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    The MHRA update on the safety of the AZ Oxford jab at 3pm today being shown on sky news I'm guessing as they have just announced it if anyone wants to listen in Van tam will be there.

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    Britons aged 18-29 to be offered alternative to Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus jab where possible

    https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-...sible-12268469

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    Hubby and I are having our 2nd Covid jab on Saturday, 11 weeks after the 1st. Brings a bit of relief although care will still have to be taken.

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    So pleased you & Hubby have your 2nd jabs booked in

    I think elderly family member is two weeks away & no call yet. Yes it does bring a bit of reassurance but as you say we all still need to be careful.

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    We only got the call today, 2 days before the date given. It was the same timescale for the first one.
    I was keeping an eye on the date just in case we didn't get an appointment but, then again, our doctors are trustworthy.

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