Doubt in vaccines efficacy in Australian Covid-19 vaccination program

Doubt in vaccines efficacy in Australian Covid-19 vaccination program

there is big doubt in vaccine efficacy and low trust in vaccines across the population, all Covid-19 vaccines have been emergency approved and there are too many question marks. If you are not in the first 2 categories you have no chance and your choice is just to have AstraZeneca jab.
All Australians who wish to be vaccinated against COVID-19 will receive a vaccine this year. Vaccination is not mandatory in Australia.

The first round of vaccines is being prioritised for workers in hotel quarantine or who work on our borders, at our airport and ports, and other high-risk frontline workers, hospital staff plus aged and disability care.

Doubt in vaccines efficacy in Australian Covid-19 vaccination program

Following these initial categories, vaccines will be rolled out to other higher-risk groups, such as other healthcare workers, people over 70, adults with underlying medical conditions, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and other critical workers. Vaccinations for these groups is expected to commence in about one month.
They all will be vaccinated by the Pfizer vaccine since the AstraZeneca should be administered only for people younger than 65 years old.

Can a vaccinated Person spread the virus?
This is the big unknown from these vaccines, everyone is talking about gaining immunity, but we don’t know whether these vaccines will stop the infection.
All we know is that most Covid-19 vaccines claim to prevent Serious or Critical conditions if infected.

Vaccines contain weakened or inactive parts of a particular organism (antigen) that triggers an immune response within the body. Newer vaccines contain the blueprint for producing antigens rather than the antigen itself. Regardless of whether the vaccine is made up of the antigen itself or the blueprint so that the body will produce the antigen, this weakened version will not cause the disease in the person receiving the vaccine, but it will prompt their immune system to respond much as it would have on its first reaction to the actual pathogen.

Let’s Summarise the facts about the Covid-19 vaccines:

  • All vaccines are emergency approved in Australia by the TGA
  • Vaccines will not prevent infection
  • Vaccines will help the weak immune system to fight the virus and reduce the severity of infection – that does not fall in the category of Serious or Critical condition.
  • Long term side effects are unknown – emergency aprooved
  • Theoretically, Vaccines can reduce the spreading of Covid-19 if infected reducing the infectious level
  • 95% efficacy means that 95% OF VACCINATED will have just mild symptoms if infected, 5% should still have Serious or Critical condition
  • Information and efficacy against Covid-19 strains are unknown
  • How long will protection from the Jab last is unknown, most likely you will need to get jab every year
  • TGA – The Therapeutic Goods Administration is Australia’s regulatory authority for therapeutic goods.

    It is important that any health provider will administer the Vaccine after checking the patient’s medical records if you have any severe, life-threatening allergies before taking any vaccine.

    Vaccination in AUSTRALIA is not mandatory, you can decide if you want to get vaccinated or not.

    Actual Covid-19 Coronavirus Closed Cases 91,732,020 – 97% Recovered / Discharged, 3% Deaths

    Australian Government has announced they are preparing a massive campaign about Vaccines and Vaccination.

    The first phase of our vaccination program, which began on the 21st of February 2020, focuses on protecting our most vulnerable and frontline workers who are protecting all of us. Getting vaccinated does just that.
    Australians can be confident these vaccines are safe, free and the evidence shows that they stop you from getting seriously ill with COVID-19, said the Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison.

    Our vaccination program is underway! Our own world-class independent safety regulator, the Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA), has found both the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines to be safe, effective and manufactured to a high standard and approved the use of both in Australia.

    Australia has the best medical experts in the world and we are one of the first countries to go through full, comprehensive and rigorous processes to approve both these vaccines, said Prime minister of Australia Scott Morrison.

    Actually, Australia was not able to develop the Australian vaccine.

    Australia will soon be manufacturing our own doses of AstraZeneca vaccine right here in Australia, at the CSL facility in Melbourne. CSL is on track to be producing up to 1 million doses a week by the end of March and Australia is one of only a small number of countries making their own vaccine doses.

    We’re told it will protect us against the pandemic but already we’ve seen problems around the world. So, should you get it or not?

  • A refrigeration error has forced health authorities to dump 125 doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
  • Two elderly nursing home residents in Queensland, aged 88 and 94, were incorrectly given up to four times the recommended dosage of the Pfizer vaccine on Tuesday.
  • Vaccination staff at the Werribee aged care facility in Melbourne made the mistake. The vaccine was administered by Aspen Healthcare.
    A refrigeration error has forced health authorities to dump 125 doses of the Pfizer vaccine. The decision to dump 25 vials of the vaccine, which contained enough doses for 125 people, came after health authorities couldn’t confirm whether they had been kept at the correct temperature.

    Australia has the best medical experts in the world, said Scott Morrison.

    Anti-vaxxers protest in Australia against vaccination of Covid-19

    Actually, not all protesters who are against Covid-19 vaccination in Australia are anti-vaxxers. I talked with a few and they have big concerns about safety, side-effects, long term side effects, the efficacy of emergency approved vaccines. Many do not want to get vaccinated since their argument is that the survival rate is 97% and no vaccine provides 100% protection against Covid-19 and you still can get infected.

    Many do not trust Brand Pfizer after a long history of lawsuits and compensation paid by Pfizer since 2003.

    Queen Elizabeth takes a swipe at COVID-19 anti-vaxxers, says vaccine didn’t hurt

    The Queen has taken a swipe at anti-vaxxers saying they should “think about other people rather than themselves”.

    Speaking with the NHS on a video call, the Monarch described COVID-19 as “like a plague”, she said how her vaccine jab was painless and called on others to have it for the sake of the country.

    German Vaccination point at Berlin Airport offering AstraZeneca jab struggling to get people to get vaccinated.

    Vaccine shots are lying unused because not enough people are enrolling or are just not turning up for their appointment. This is an absurd and unbearable situation, said Karl Lauterbach Social democratic MP – an epidemiologist

    Just 150,000 of 1.5 million AstraZeneca Jabs has been used and administered to people under 65 years old.

    In Germany, AstraZeneca is approved only for people under 65 years old due to a lack of data on its effectiveness in older people.

    AstraZeneca has been criticized for low efficacy and in Germany there have been many cases of side effect of AstraZeneca vaccines that are under investigation.

    In Europe, there is generally a declining interest from the public to get vaccinated.

    Vaccines and their efficacy against Covid-19

    Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine:

  • Efficacy 95% against Covid-19 based on phase 3 clinical trials
  • Unknown efficacy against Covid-19 strains
  • AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine:

  • Efficacy 61,7% against Covid-19 based on phase 3 clinical trials
  • Unknown efficacy against Covid-19 strains
  • All Australians who wish to be vaccinated against COVID-19 will receive a vaccine this year. Vaccination is not mandatory in Australia. It’s up to you if you get vaccinated or not.

    Doubt in vaccines efficacy in Australian Covid-19 vaccination program

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