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Adi Dec 3
This is the guy that needs to be vaccinating everyone
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Christopher Capot 13h
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Sibesh Kumar 3m
Vaccines aa rahe hain ...Covid19 But BeWare 😂
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Dr. Mike 😷Vaccines Work😷 Dec 2
Thalidomide was not a vaccine. It never had clinical trials. Coronavirus vaccine builds on vaccine science from MERS and SARS over many years, and has had multiple clinical trials. Dont be science illiterate.
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United Nations Dec 3
Vaccines are safe & help prevent millions of deaths every year. Yet, a growing number of networks seek to undermine trust in vaccinations. Help share verified information that saves lives:
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Brian Kolski,MD 21h
Trying to talk to someone about an mRNA vaccine safety, that doesn’t know what a ribosome is, is a waste of your breath.
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Mr B Dec 2
Thank you Pfizer & BioNTech for the vaccine, and a special thank you to whoever in the UK authorised it. ❤️ I don’t care what anyone has to say on this matter, this is the best news we have got in 2020 to date ! 🥳
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EU_HEALTH Dec 2
: the solution will come through vaccination & there is light at the end of the tunnel But to get there, we need: 🛡️Safe & effective vaccines 👨‍⚕️Deployment by 🇪🇺 Member States 🔎Clear & unbiased information More on how here:
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Dr. Rana Muhammad Safdar Dec 3
Thanks NICC for your support and endorsement of Pakistan's COVAX proposal today bringing us a step closer to protecting our priority population groups through an effective COVID vaccine soon
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Catherine McKenna Dec 3
Political fail. And , are you going to call this out?
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Alison Boast Dec 3
One of my favourite videos of all times Distraction level 💯
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Sarah Dec 2
Waking up to news the vaccine has MHRA approval & vaccination could start next week has made me so happy. Can finally start to see a glimmer of hope for normality returning safely.
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UNICEF Nov 27
Last year, 96% of children were vaccinated in Europe and Central Asia, compared to just 66% in West and Central Africa. Now, is widening the gap. We’re urging the global community to help countries that are struggling. True progress is shared by all.
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Giles Yeo Dec 2
👇🏼Folks, spread the word that I’m seeing loads of antivaxxer posts today.
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Jon Philp Dec 1
Proud to work with development partners in the Eastern Highlands to get 400,000 children vaccinated against preventable diseases like polio, measles, and tetanus.
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Shruti Patel 4h
The Pfizer vaccine appears to be equally effective regardless of age, sex and ethnicity. What a way to be ending the year of all years! I’ll be getting mine when my turn comes and so will my family
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UNICEF Nov 29
We all agree that children are worthy of care - that no girl or boy should suffer pain, disability or death from a preventable disease. This universal belief has driven immense progress in global vaccinations. Let it propel us to a future where every child is safe.
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Jack Ferguson Dec 1
Obviously this is excellent news but the public health message still remains the same. This doesn’t warrant a free for all over Christmas. The threat is still very real.
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Suzette Watson ✊🏽☄️😷 7m
Please listen and take this sage advice on getting vaccinated, & how we can help others get the vaccine. I’ve been vaccinated against MMR, diphtheria, polio, ‘flu & TB I’m so grateful for the Covid vaccine & will be taking it as soon as offered. ♥️💉
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Kerry Alys Robinson Dec 3
People are so beautiful!
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