Scientists from the University of Ottawa, Canada, have recently estimated the prevalence of myocarditis/pericarditis in individuals recently immunized with mRNA-based coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines. The analysis reveals a prevalence of 10 myopericarditis cases for every 10,000 vaccine doses. The study is currently available on the medRxiv* preprint server.
I may very well be in the class of September '21. I just noticed complete loss of smell last night, and can only taste the strongest flavors -- still feeling 100% fine outside of these inconveniences. I guess here's my "booster shot".
Study: COVID recovery gave Israelis longer-lasting Delta defense than vaccines
The variant was 27 times more likely to break through Pfizer protection from January-February and cause symptoms than it was to penetrate natural immunity from the same period
GTIfan should be banned for posting that, even if he did delete it immediately after
And you should be banned for asking that, joke or not
You guys are absolute jackasses for doxxing someone because you disagree with them. Get a fucking life
Zrick must be living in your heads rent free. I wonder how much sleep you've lost because of him
Okay, you're being deliberately difficult. I knew there was an issue with MedRxIV, but didn't know exactly what it was. Do you deny that article is NOT peer reviewed, and that it does NOT provide any actual stats about the population under study? Tell me, how many "participants" were in that study he quoted? Give me a number... I'll wait. Also, just because you can edit Wikipedia, doesn't mean it's unreliable. It's peer reviewed. I believe certain people have higher levels of trust on Wikipedia. So, if you made an erroneous change just for the hell of it... that change would likely be detected very quickly, the change deleted, and your ability to edit future Wikipedia articles (at least under that account or email) would be diminished.
So, you STILL don't believe me about MedRxIV being garbage? Here, read this... it's an advertisement for MedRxIV (ie - it's "open source" meaning pretty much anyone can submit anything that is not peer reviewed):