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Oxford University and AstraZeneca may have only used partial data when announcing results from a U.S. trial of its coronavirus vaccine, the NIH said Tuesday. Aired on 03/23/2021.
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44 Comments on "AstraZeneca Trial Data May Give ‘Incomplete View’ Of Vaccine’s Efficacy: NIH | Morning Joe | MSNBC"

  1. I had it two hours ago and I didn’t get it for me I got it for everyone else

    • Andrew Jenkinson | March 23, 2021 at 4:00 PM | Reply

      @Wisconsin Man So you believe work or is it only condemns? People have worn condoms and STILL their partners have got pregnant. Nothing is totally safe. The idea is to minimise risk.

    • Wisconsin Man | March 23, 2021 at 4:08 PM | Reply

      @Andrew Jenkinson Well you proved my point. A pin size hole must have been in the condemn. Just as Mask has 100’s of small holes that a Virus particle WILL go thru. Minimize is if you feel sick STAY HOME as we have done forever prior to this not as bad as you are being told Wuhan Flu.

    • How’s it feel to be a Government Lab Rat🤡

    • Constituent A | March 23, 2021 at 5:42 PM | Reply

      Thank you, Sean, WE appreciate it (well, except for a few ignorant jackasses, but they don’t really matter, anyway).

    • Wisconsin Man | March 23, 2021 at 5:56 PM | Reply

      @Constituent A Typical Dem..ME ME ME. Trained Seals are funny. Are you ready to eat? Clap seal, clap.

  2. Eğitim Benim İşim | March 23, 2021 at 9:51 AM | Reply

    Lets goooooooooooooo

  3. Laura Walker | March 23, 2021 at 9:58 AM | Reply

    I’ve had this vaccine as have millions and millions and been completely fine.

    • Michael Stubbs | March 23, 2021 at 10:17 AM | Reply

      Your fine for now let’s see in the future

    • Andrew Jenkinson | March 23, 2021 at 10:57 AM | Reply

      @Michael Stubbs You are also fine for now. Let’s see about in the future. One more not taking the vaccine is one more catching Covid – and possibly one less to avoid taking the vaccine in the future.

    • That has the same quality of proof as somebody claiming that all million SS-ers were fine, because he never had any problem with any SS-er he knew.

    • Wisconsin Man | March 23, 2021 at 5:57 PM | Reply

      Laura Walker Kinda like Millions and Millions upon Millions have had ZERO problems with this Wuhan. Right?

  4. Regarding the AZ claim that the blood-clots are “no more common than would be expected among the general population” we should be asking:

    Why aren’t we seeing comparable numbers of cases among those who received the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines?

    If AstraZeneca have data showing that a similar frequency of clotting occurs regardless of which vaccine people receive, they should publish it.

    • Carrie Ullrich | March 23, 2021 at 10:47 AM | Reply

      Its actually half of the blood clotting that normally happens in a population that size.

      And considering covid causes blood clots and strokes itself, its emotional propaganda designed to scare people away from the vaccine, probably made up by people who own mortuaries.

    • Andrew Jenkinson | March 23, 2021 at 10:59 AM | Reply

      @Carrie Ullrich follow the money trail. Who benefits by disparaging the Astraveneca vaccine?

    • Beth Griesauer | March 23, 2021 at 11:51 AM | Reply

      The rate of blood clots to AstraZeneca vaccines given is something like 0.00002 percent. Perception has been blown out of proportion because a couple of cases have been front page news.

    • @Carrie Ullrich
      It’s not made up, it happened in Europe.

    • @Mark Keogh,
      These are different vaccines.

  5. Funny how the cheapest Vaccine is getting the most grief

    • @Elaniago Pfizer is incompetent. US companies have a history of greed and cheating people. Even the media is corrupt.

    • They’re selling it at cost price due to it being in the middle of a pandemic. Why are the other firms making profits at a time like this? Bunch of shitbags. If they were all sold at cost price, then maybe there wouldn’t be such grief.

    • @Hells Bells
      You’re not American, obviously.

    • @A K
      They have proved you wrong with their work in this pandemic.
      Anyway, BioNtech is German.

    • @Elaniago Not sure why I’m an American or not matters.

  6. Daniel Joseph | March 23, 2021 at 10:42 AM | Reply


  7. “Locking in” is exactly the right term, explaining why very few in the RoW can’t get vaccine at almost any price. Oh, and the EU have exported more than 40 million doses, 10 million of them to UK. But UK exports nothing, and US until recently likewise.

    • sirmoonslosthismind | March 24, 2021 at 4:05 PM | Reply

      the trump administration was barely reserving any vaccine at all, not even for americans, so naturally they weren’t exporting either. the biden administration dramatically increased vaccine acquisition and has committed to making some of that vaccine available to other countries. i can’t speak for what’s going on in the uk.

    • Jessica Andersson | March 24, 2021 at 8:11 PM | Reply

      @sirmoonslosthismind When Biden increased vaccine acquisation, other countries waiting for their deliveries got pushed further back.

    • sirmoonslosthismind | March 25, 2021 at 2:50 AM | Reply

      @Jessica Andersson
      evidence requested

  8. They should show the number of shots wrt vaccine types AZ might be the most used therefore more reactions

  9. Ahahahahahaha

    Signing off on the Pfizer vaccine after the **absolute** minimum days had passed to cover ‘testing’
    (a whole 14 days) and on a very limited group but NOW there are ‘concerns’ about vaccine testing?

    And after 10s of millions of doses have been given worldwide?

  10. bad reporting every European country choose themself to let Europe buy the vaccine.
    they did not have to.
    even Britain used European rules to buy the vaccine and approve it.

  11. Scare muggers it’s perfectly good as a Vaccine.

  12. Really then whyAstrazeneca study to evaluate safety and immunogenicity of AZD1222 for Covid 19 Pursuant to NCT04540393 :suspended status due to SUSAR occurrences at Oxford University sponsored phase 2/3 study February 11, 2021.

  13. Anyone think all these comments about the non-profit vaccine Astra Zeneka is inspired by companies selling high cost vaccines?

  14. Karin Buttigieg | March 23, 2021 at 2:02 PM | Reply

    I am one of those Europeans! The EU haggled about price and lost out – price was more important than lives(it was outrageously high – € 56 per dose for a vaccine Germany paid 300 million to develop – the US bought it for $ 15-16. I am waiting and waiting – I would gladly take the AZ vaccine but I have no date for vaccination although I am over 70. Nothing else one can do but stay at home and wait.

  15. Strange. Haven’t seen nobody who doesn’t believe in vacation. Very strange what they talking about

  16. HeartDoc Andrew | March 23, 2021 at 3:11 PM | Reply

    “AstraZeneca Trial Data May Give ‘Incomplete View’ Of Vaccine’s Efficacy” thereby motivating us, the people of America, to redouble our efforts to rapidly find out at any given moment, including even while On-Line, who among us are unwittingly contagious (i.e. pre-symptomatic or asymptomatic) in order to #ConvinceItForward for them to call their doctor and to self-quarantine per CDC guidelines in hopes of stopping this pandemic instead of having more #MourningInAmerica. Thus, we’re hoping for the best while preparing for the worse-case scenario of the #UKvariant strain(s) mutations and others like the South African, Brazilian, Californian & #Cluster5Mink mutations rendering current vaccines no longer effective.

  17. Would the NIH really promote another manufacturer’s vaccine when they have their own Moderna vaccine on the market?

  18. janeen harris | March 23, 2021 at 5:04 PM | Reply

    I thing it’s the not for profit philosophy that’s getting AstraZeneca demonised.

  19. bledback2life | March 23, 2021 at 10:41 PM | Reply

    “It is alleged in the complaint that AstraZeneca made misleading and false statements to the market. AstraZeneca’s initial clinical trials for its COVID-19 vaccine, AZD1222, suffered from manufacturing errors. The import and validity of AstraZeneca’s clinical trials for AZD1222 were damaged as a result of a patchwork of differentiated patient subgroups, each with subtly different treatments. At the designated time, some trial participants did not receive a second dose of the vaccine candidate, in some cases receiving them weeks later. AstraZeneca failed to include a substantial sample of patients aged over the age of 55, despite this group being prioritized highly for vaccination. AstraZeneca clinical trials were generally damaged by widespread errors in design and flawed execution. AstraZeneca’s public statements were misleading and false throughout the class period, based on these facts. Investors suffered damages when the market learned the truth about AstraZeneca.”
    – Source:

    Bit hard to trust these fraudsters, don’t you think?

  20. Chris Fan of the Saints | March 24, 2021 at 11:39 AM | Reply

    Had mine…as have millions and millions in the UK. Just about every adult over 40 I know both personally and professionally has had it. We’re all great. All this controversy is being whipped up for political purposes in the case of Europe and for financial purposes in the cases of the other big pharma that need to sell their expensive vaccines. Odd that everyone is attacking the “at cost” vaccine.

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