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One shot of coronavirus vaccine likely won't be enough 

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One shot of coronavirus vaccine likely won't be enough  - CNN

(CNN)When a coronavirus vaccine comes on the market, people will likely need two doses, not just one -- and that could cause real problems.

Some of the potential problems are logistical. Difficulties procuring test kits and protective gear throughout the pandemic point to supply chain issues that could also plague distributing double doses of vaccines for an entire country.

Other potential concerns are more human. Convincing people to show up to get a vaccine not once, but twice, could be a formidable undertaking.
"There's no question that this is going to be the most complicated, largest vaccination program in human history, and that's going to take a level of effort, a level of sophistication, that we've never tried before," said Dr. Kelly Moore, a health policy professor at Vanderbilt University.
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This 2-shot course is going to make the turn-out even smaller, which would further degrade the overall effort.
 

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One shot of coronavirus vaccine likely won't be enough  - CNN

(CNN)When a coronavirus vaccine comes on the market, people will likely need two doses, not just one -- and that could cause real problems.

Some of the potential problems are logistical. Difficulties procuring test kits and protective gear throughout the pandemic point to supply chain issues that could also plague distributing double doses of vaccines for an entire country.

Other potential concerns are more human. Convincing people to show up to get a vaccine not once, but twice, could be a formidable undertaking.
"There's no question that this is going to be the most complicated, largest vaccination program in human history, and that's going to take a level of effort, a level of sophistication, that we've never tried before," said Dr. Kelly Moore, a health policy professor at Vanderbilt University.
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This 2-shot course is going to make the turn-out even smaller, which would further degrade the overall effort.

Well, I guess that's it. We might as well give up and burn down all the stores, bars, restaurants, movie theaters, and music venues. Shouldn't be hard since we already have such a great head start.
 

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One shot of coronavirus vaccine likely won't be enough  - CNN

(CNN)When a coronavirus vaccine comes on the market, people will likely need two doses, not just one -- and that could cause real problems.

Some of the potential problems are logistical. Difficulties procuring test kits and protective gear throughout the pandemic point to supply chain issues that could also plague distributing double doses of vaccines for an entire country.

Other potential concerns are more human. Convincing people to show up to get a vaccine not once, but twice, could be a formidable undertaking.
"There's no question that this is going to be the most complicated, largest vaccination program in human history, and that's going to take a level of effort, a level of sophistication, that we've never tried before," said Dr. Kelly Moore, a health policy professor at Vanderbilt University.
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This 2-shot course is going to make the turn-out even smaller, which would further degrade the overall effort.

Those that don't do it will all die... so what?
 

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One shot of coronavirus vaccine likely won't be enough  - CNN

(CNN)When a coronavirus vaccine comes on the market, people will likely need two doses, not just one -- and that could cause real problems.

Some of the potential problems are logistical. Difficulties procuring test kits and protective gear throughout the pandemic point to supply chain issues that could also plague distributing double doses of vaccines for an entire country.

Other potential concerns are more human. Convincing people to show up to get a vaccine not once, but twice, could be a formidable undertaking.
"There's no question that this is going to be the most complicated, largest vaccination program in human history, and that's going to take a level of effort, a level of sophistication, that we've never tried before," said Dr. Kelly Moore, a health policy professor at Vanderbilt University.
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This 2-shot course is going to make the turn-out even smaller, which would further degrade the overall effort.
This wouldn't be an issue if Trump hadn't blocked private labs from diveloping a vaccine months ago. Sad thing is, Biden would have done the same thing.
 

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Well, I guess that's it. We might as well give up and burn down all the stores, bars, restaurants, movie theaters, and music venues. Shouldn't be hard since we already have such a great head start.

With this pandemic, we will be lucky to be living in mud & straw huts anyway.
 

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This wouldn't be an issue if Trump hadn't blocked private labs from diveloping a vaccine months ago. Sad thing is, Biden would have done the same thing.
Trump didn't do that - that was a long-standing CDE rule.
 

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Ask her - follow the link and ask. let me know how that works out

I ain't asking her ****... and she is somebody that gives me tons of thnx's.
 

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One shot of coronavirus vaccine likely won't be enough  - CNN

(CNN)When a coronavirus vaccine comes on the market, people will likely need two doses, not just one -- and that could cause real problems.

Some of the potential problems are logistical. Difficulties procuring test kits and protective gear throughout the pandemic point to supply chain issues that could also plague distributing double doses of vaccines for an entire country.

Other potential concerns are more human. Convincing people to show up to get a vaccine not once, but twice, could be a formidable undertaking.
"There's no question that this is going to be the most complicated, largest vaccination program in human history, and that's going to take a level of effort, a level of sophistication, that we've never tried before," said Dr. Kelly Moore, a health policy professor at Vanderbilt University.
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This 2-shot course is going to make the turn-out even smaller, which would further degrade the overall effort.

And we know this because we don't even have an anti virus at this point.
 

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One shot of coronavirus vaccine likely won't be enough  - CNN

(CNN)When a coronavirus vaccine comes on the market, people will likely need two doses, not just one -- and that could cause real problems.

Some of the potential problems are logistical. Difficulties procuring test kits and protective gear throughout the pandemic point to supply chain issues that could also plague distributing double doses of vaccines for an entire country.

Other potential concerns are more human. Convincing people to show up to get a vaccine not once, but twice, could be a formidable undertaking.
"There's no question that this is going to be the most complicated, largest vaccination program in human history, and that's going to take a level of effort, a level of sophistication, that we've never tried before," said Dr. Kelly Moore, a health policy professor at Vanderbilt University.
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This 2-shot course is going to make the turn-out even smaller, which would further degrade the overall effort.

Then there's still the issue that we have no idea if, or for how long, immunity can be guaranteed. If the virus mutates as readily as the seasonal flu it's going to get a lot more complicated with a single vaccine not necessarily being effective overall. Of course we could adopt a certain poster's (who shall remain nameless), contention that once you get infected and recover, you're automatically immune forever!
 

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