Dont worry Trump removed guidelines to make sure we have no idea if our vaccine will be safe or cause complications.
Let's be precise here - "serious" in clinical lingo is defined as "requiring hospitalization" and is a potential instant trial stopper, as we have seen with AstraZeneca/Oxford.Moderna and Pfizer Vaccine Trial Participants Report Serious Side Effects
In any case, especially coming from a stock market website this is a willful negative misrepresentation of facts, probably to bring down Pfizer/Moderna stock and gamble the market.
I was referring to the fool.com link you posted. See here: CNBC does not use the term "severe". Their take is titled: "Coronavirus vaccine trial participants report day-long exhaustion, fever and headaches — but say it’s worth it".Bit of a stretch: A conspiracy that CNBC is manipulating coverage for it's own stock portfolios profit.
Fingers crossed that she'll be fine, ideally not even infected. I've been exposed back in March (three-hour meeting with a positive person) and got lucky.Well gang, my sister has officially been exposed to covid through work, because her boss doesn't think it's a big deal and has been making them come in as much as possible, so now she's quarantined at home for the next 2 weeks.
Employers who don't take COVID precautions seriously should be on the hook for Worker's Comp expenses related to workplace exposure.Well gang, my sister has officially been exposed to covid through work, because her boss doesn't think it's a big deal and has been making them come in as much as possible, so now she's quarantined at home for the next 2 weeks.
"Comfortably around November or December, we'll know whether or not the [Covid-19] vaccine is safe and effective," says Dr. Anthony Fauci. "They've started to produce doses... by the time we get to the end of November, December, there should be some doses that are available."
"We're starting to see, the midwest and the northwest, an uptick in test positivity, which tends to be a predictor that you're going to have surges," says Dr. Anthony Fauci. "I'd like to say that everything is going to be great by Thanksgiving... I'm not so sure it is."