Finland to Offer Free Vaccine to its Population

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George
December 12, 2020 at 10:00 pm

The AstraZeneca vaccine is safe, protects up to 60% people of 55 years and older and up to 90% people 55 years and younger from developing COVID-19 after an SARS-CoV-2 infection. That means among the young people up to 55 years old 90% won’t even develop COVID-19 after they get infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

people older 40% does actually develop COVID-19, but 100% of those that develop it, only a mild version of the COVID-19 disease.

So even if it doesn’t prevent 100% the development of COVID-19, fact is 100% of the vaccinated won’t need a hospital, of course there will always be the exception.
But fact is, it becomes a non-fatal disease after vaccination.

And that’s a vaccine that’s going to cost 3 USD per dose.

EVERY country worldwide even the poorest of the poorest can afford that.

And AstraZeneca said they can produce 1.5 Billion in 2021..
Also it doesn’t need extreme cooling, thus perfect for poor tropical countries.

AstraZeneca also said they are in talks with other vaccine producers in India, Thailand, Vietnam so
they can if the political will is there, produce BILLIONS in 2021!!

I think for such cheap price, and the fact no one gets a severe case of COVID-19 after an infection of SARS-CoV-2, lunatic presidents should stop calling for :”think about the poor countries” Seriously???? 3 USD is nothing!! Corruption costs a hell of a lot more per citizen!

Buy it, distribute it, get the whole population worldwide this vaccine FOR FREE for everyone..

and those that want a vaccine with a higher protection rate like Moderna or BionTech, both are around 30-40 USD but prevent COVID-19 over 90% even for
people older than 55 years old.. great, you can buy that private if you wish..

That’s how simple it is..

but of course inutile have to make it more complicated and of course curse, spit, shoot&kill..

the usual ranting.. instead of constructive spending tax money for what’s truly important.

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