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Vakcinacija  

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  1. 1. Da li ćete se vakcinisati?

    • Da, prvom prilikom
      208
    • Da, ali ne odmah, sačekao bih prvi talas reakcija
      55
    • Ne zasad, ali sam spreman da promenim mišljenje
      16
    • Ne, nikako
      15
    • Ne znam
      13
  2. 2. Koju vakcinu biste napre uzeli?

    • Pfizer and BioNTech
      131
    • Moderna
      14
    • Sputnik V
      24
    • AstraZeneca
      20
    • Sinopharm China
      9
    • Svejedno mi je
      109


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2 hours ago, Tihajeza said:

Čuvajte se, danas čujem za slučaj oboljevanja jednog astrazekisanog jednom dozom.

supruga mog drugara isto posle prve doze AZ bila pozitivna sa minimalnim simptomima (blaga temp 24h i oslabljeno culo ukusa). On pored nje bio sve vreme i nista (fajzer x 2). Deca takodje nista od simptoma i negativni na testiranju.

 

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8 minutes ago, kud u maglu Simoviću said:

avangarda smo

Sad kad je komercijala, na šta mi ljuti pankeri da pređemo?

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Da li se još može primiti vakcina po izboru u domovima zdravlja bez prijave?
listano je na sajtu grada kao da moze. i mene zanima.

sent from bubamoto

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Zar nije Astra Zeneca imala mnogo kraći razmak između doza, ali su Englezi (koji su prvi počeli da je koriste) produžili na 12 nedelja, da bi što pre što više ljudi primilo makar kednu dozu, tj.da pokriju što više stanovništva?

 

Zašto se i kod nas koristi razmak od 12 nedelja, kada imamo dostupne i druge vakcine. 

 

Gotovo sam sigurna da je to u Engleskoj bila politička odluka, probaću da nađem vest iz tog perioda.

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Koliko je meni poznato, nije bila politička odluka, nego iz nužde (nedostatak dovoljnog broja potrebnih AZ vakcina za kraći razmak između doza) za koju se kasnije medicinski ispostavilo (i dokazalo) da ima bolji efekat nego da su doze davane na 3 nedelje.

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Na to sam i mislila, nije striktno bila medicinska odluka (da je tako najefikasnija), nego da pokriju stanovništvo makar jednom dozom.

 

Prvobitno je bio dat razmak od 4 do 12 nedelja, oni su izabrali 12 nedelja.

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15 minutes ago, Tihajeza said:

Na to sam i mislila, nije striktno bila medicinska odluka (da je tako najefikasnija), nego da pokriju stanovništvo makar jednom dozom.

 

Prvobitno je bio dat razmak od 4 do 12 nedelja, oni su izabrali 12 nedelja.

odluka je na kraju bila ne samo zbog toga

az, koristi u obe doze isti nosaš, tj, adenovirus, pa je navodno bolje da prođe tih 12 nedelja, da bi organizam izgubio antitela na taj adenovirus, e da bi druga doza delovala

 

sputnik zato ima dva različita adenovirusa u svojoj prvoj i drugoj dozi

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Odlazeći šef britanske radne grupe za vakcinaciju dosta optimističan, ove jeseni i zime neće biti značajnog prisustva virusa u Britaniji, 3. doza tek u januaru-februaru:
 

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COVID-19: 'Britain will be free of the coronavirus by August', says outgoing vaccine taskforce chief

 

The UK will have a population protected from COVID by midsummer, the departing chief of the UK's vaccine taskforce says.

The coronavirus will no longer be circulating in Britain by midsummer, according to the government's departing vaccine taskforce chief, Clive Dix.

Mr Dix, who was appointed as interim leader of the taskforce in December and stepped down last week, said it was his belief there would be no circulating virus "sometime in August".

He also told the Daily Telegraph that he expects everyone in the UK to have been vaccinated at least once by the end of July, by which time "we'll have probably protected the population from all the variants that are known".

"We'll be safe over the coming winter," he added.

More than 35 million people have received the first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine as the UK reported another 15 deaths related to the virus.

On Friday, there were 2,490 new cases reported in the latest 24-hour period, according to government figures.

Earlier this week, vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi said scientists are looking at a range of options for an autumn vaccine booster programme to protect against a third wave of the virus.

But Mr Dix said he believed this could be pushed back to early 2022.

He told the paper: "We may decide that we need to boost the immune response, and we've got the vaccine to do that. Whether we'll need to or not, I would think probably not, but we might still do it in case.

"I really don't think it should be autumn. We should be thinking about boosting in maybe January or February, because the immune response will be strong."

https://news.sky.com/story/covid-19-britain-will-be-free-of-the-coronavirus-by-august-says-outgoing-vaccine-taskforce-chief-12300112?dcmp=snt-sf-twitter

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