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Chinese-Australian vaccination of Pfizer vaccine, revealed adverse side effects

2019-nCoV Special
Source: xkb.com.au
[Social News]     12 Nov 2020
One Australian-Chinese participant in the Pfizer (Pfizer) new crown vaccine experiment claimed that subjects had symptoms of fever and migraine after vaccination.
Chinese-Australian vaccination of Pfizer vaccine, revealed adverse side effects

According to mr wang, some pfizer vaccine subjects had side effects. (Daily Mail)

One Australian-Chinese participant in the Pfizer (Pfizer) new crown vaccine experiment claimed that subjects had symptoms of fever and migraine after vaccination.

Prime Minister Morrison (Scott Morrison) has signed up to order 10 million Pfizer vaccine. if approved, the vaccine may be available from next year.

Preliminary results suggest that Pfizer, a U.S. pharmaceutical giant, has worked with German biotech BioNTech to develop the vaccine more than 90 percent, a statement Monday said.

Pfizer's findings are based on the first interim efficacy analysis conducted by an external independent data monitoring committee (DMC) on November 8.

A mid-term outcome analysis was conducted in 94 newly-crowned confirmed cases from 6 countries with two doses of vaccine or placebo. These patients were aged between 16 and 85 years and had no history of new crown infection.

Fewer than 10% of the infections came from participants who had been vaccinated against Pfizer vaccine, and more than 90% came from participants who had been given a placebo. This indicates that the vaccine was more than 90% effective in the first 94 newly infected subjects, exceeding the 50% validity threshold set by the Food and Drug Administration.

Still, Los Angeles-based Chinese-American man Stanley Wang (Stanley Wang, transliteration) said in an interview with Melbourne KIIS 101.1 Radio that some of the participants had uncomfortable side effects.

According to Mr. Wang, symptoms included fever and migraine, and one subject complained of a "hangover-like" response.

"It's worth noting that they wo n' t let you leave, for about 30 minutes after giving you an injection of vaccine to make sure you're okay. Then, they will send you home. "

He was given his first injection on August 31 without any pain or symptoms of Coronavirus infection, Mr. Wang recalled.

"I didn't feel pain when I injected. It made me feel like I was taking a placebo. "

Mr Wang said he volunteered to participate in the experiment because he wanted to help in some form during the outbreak.

He was part of Pfizer's second and third phases of the vaccine for 26 months.

He also explained that the vaccine had to be kept at a low temperature of 70 degrees Celsius, so medical staff needed about 15 minutes to thaw it.

He was paid $120 for each engagement, which involved six or seven trips. He also has to enter his symptoms in the app for $5 a week.

A volunteer in the oxford-aslikon (Oxford-AstraZeneca) vaccine experiment also revealed that he developed fever, headache and fatigue 14 hours after vaccination.

The volunteer was the first dose in early May vaccine. he told the Daily Mail online journalist the debilitating side effect lasted for days.

"I woke up at about 2 a.m. and felt cold, but my temperature was over 39 degrees Celsius. I feel weak, unable to stand up, unable to move. So my partner had to get me paracetamol. My high fever lasted about a day, and I felt very weak and drowsy and couldn't do anything. "

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