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    Coronavirus: Fauci optimistic for vaccine, resists effort to turn testimony against protesters

    Fauci at a hearing defended the rights for protesters refused to testimony agaisnt protesters. Well claiming that his optimistic for a vaccine. Not surprising that Fauci seems to be supporting the rioting and protesting. Has refused to speak out agaisnt the rioting that has being happening.

    Coronavirus: Fauci optimistic for vaccine, resists effort to turn testimony against protesters



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    Fauci has also refused to answer if the government should limit the protesting.
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    Here's how more truthful reporting would look:

    "Fauci, who personally stands to make millions from an approved vaccine, and is in a unique position to influence the approval process, is optimistic for a vaccine."
    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryCanadian View Post
    Fauci at a hearing defended the rights for protesters refused to testimony agaisnt protesters. Well claiming that his optimistic for a vaccine. Not surprising that Fauci seems to be supporting the rioting and protesting. Has refused to speak out agaisnt the rioting that has being happening.

    Coronavirus: Fauci optimistic for vaccine, resists effort to turn testimony against protesters
    You know.....it's no secret that I'm not an "anti-vaxxer" nor do I buy into a lot of things said against vaccines. I only preface my comment with this to drive home the point I want to make (not looking to debate that vaccines cause penis tumors or something).

    That said....neither I nor my wife (who is an MD) are exactly "chomping at the bit" to line up to get a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it rolls out. Average time for a vaccine is normally 4 years with EXTENSIVE studies, so one pushed through and done in 12 to 18 months really causes a lot of concern. I'll be the first to say I could simply just be paranoid, but it's paranoia based on the fact that the data that gave me confidence is being either rushed or skipped altogether.

    So.....even with her constant exposure and how that translates to me contracting COVID-19, we're going to stick with common sense distancing, mask in public areas, and washing our hands. And that's our feeling on it with full knowledge of Post COVID-19 Fibrosis (if you don't know what that is you should read up on it. It's not necessarily catching COVID that is the danger but what happens to your body afterwards) and how it affects people and the medical issues it can lead to. I say that as someone whose aunt literally just passed a few weeks ago from complications arising from Post COVID-19 Fibrosis when the blood clots hit her brain causing over 30 strokes inside 24 hours before taking her life.

    So I'm still someone who believes vaccines saves lives, but that doesn't mean I will line up to get that first iteration of a COVID vaccine.
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    "penis tumors" so your penis would get larger?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danke View Post
    "penis tumors" so your penis would get larger?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anti Globalist View Post
    Fauci has also refused to answer if the government should limit the protesting.
    "He's talkin' to his gut like it's a person!!" -me
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    That's encouraging news but he can't get credit for this Vax optimism, without Trump-Pence's bold leadership on WARP speed Vax projects (as part of $6 Trillion war against the 'ivisible enemy'), this optimism won't have been in the air. Money makes thngs happen and we're talking about big money here.


    U.S. to pay $2.1 bln to Sanofi, GSK, in COVID-19 vaccine deal


    July 31 (Reuters) - The U.S. government will pay $2.1 billion to Sanofi SA and GlaxoSmithKline Plc for COVID-19 vaccines to cover 50 million people and to underwrite the drug makers' testing and manufacturing, the companies said on Friday.
    The award is the biggest yet from 'Operation Warp Speed', the White House initiative aimed at accelerating access to vaccines and treatments to fight COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
    The deal, announced by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and Department of Defense, works out at a cost of around $42 per person inoculated.
    That is almost identical to the $40 per patient the U.S. agreed to pay Pfizer Inc and BioNTech SE when it inked a nearly $2 billion deal for 50 million courses of that potential vaccine last week.
    The Sanofi-GSK deal is for 100 million doses, at two per person, and gives the government an option to purchase an additional 500 million doses at an unspecified price. Sanofi and GSK plan to start clinical trials for the vaccine in September.



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