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#askreuters why is the vaccine being offered to public first rather then doctors and healthcare workers? surely we should be top priority as we have to work regardless of a virus

Quoted @MrJohnNicolson

John Nicolson MP said: “The BBC has so far splurged over a million pounds and thousands of lawyers’ paid hours fighting women over equality. They’ve lost every single case. This is a flagrant misuse of licence-payer money.” https://t.co/SHyr0da2lZ

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Quoted @sjwhittleton

#AskReuters will the vaccine side effects affect breathing in those with asthma...or cause hives reaction in those with allergies that have reacted with a flu jab before?..asking as my son fits both categories and i want to be prepared

Data are being collected on the vaccine responses in children, hopefully those with asthma and similar allergic concerns will be included. Adults with known severe allergic reactions are advised to proceed with caution/under clinical supervision when being vaccinated.#AskReuters https://t.co/joK4wbSQ8O

Quoted @sudipashaw

#AskReuters #CovidVaccine cannot implement on below kids 12-18age? True or untrue @NishitDoshi144

Safety and efficacy tests are underway for children under 18. If successful, the CDC projects that vaccines will be available for that age group in the second half of 2021.#AskReuters https://t.co/zIJd14kss4

Quoted @SaidArchie

Is it possible to have a dose of one vaccine then a booster shot of another, or do you have to have the same vaccine twice? If you had a choice which vaccine would you choose? #AskReuters

In theory, vaccines involving the same target on the virus, e.g. the spike protein, could be given in a cross 1st/2nd dose approach. However, we have no safety data on that strategy, so it's not advised at this time. May change in the future--perhaps for a 3rd boost.#AskReuters https://t.co/dCgwcK14HE

Is it possible to have a dose of one vaccine then a booster shot of another, or do you have to have the same vaccine twice? If you had a choice which vaccine would you choose? #AskReuters

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#AskReuters #CovidVaccine cannot implement on below kids 12-18age? True or untrue @NishitDoshi144

#AskReuters will the vaccine side effects affect breathing in those with asthma...or cause hives reaction in those with allergies that have reacted with a flu jab before?..asking as my son fits both categories and i want to be prepared

On Wednesday, Drs. @PergamIC and @joshua_schiffer of Fred Hutch joined other healthcare experts for a @Reuters live Twitter chat to discuss what you should know before getting your shot. Here's a quick recap: https://t.co/Fi00d7dmGF #FredHutch #AskReuters #COVID19

People are saying they're being sent to different areas for their jab which I believe because my mum was sent to a different area for her FLU JAB is it actually the flu jab these people think is the covid vaccine ?? #AskReuters

If you's have given out all these vaccines why can't anyone prove it after all you have to wait for the invite letter to book the vaccination?? #AskReuters

@Reuters What are the documented side effects of the Covishield vaccine? #AskReuters

Quoted @dorianjharris

#AskReuters Is there any data on the severity of #b1117?

.@dorianjharris to date, the data suggest that #b1117 is more easily transmitted but doesn't not cause more severe disease. Masks, distancing, handwashing etc all still are good measures to reduce the risk of infection by this variant. #AskReuters https://t.co/nyGccYNTTU

Quoted @Radarmc2021

When will the oxford vaccine become available? And how many vaccinations will be required? #AskReuters

.@Radarmc2021 The AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine was approved for EUA on Dec 30th. It requires two doses 4-12 weeks apart. #AskReuters https://t.co/HJiJH04YrS

Quoted @DrivesMac

#AskReuters Q, The vaccine does not stop you catching or spreading covid-19. True or false?

.@DrivesMac True for now. More data are needed to show whether or not vaccinated people can still carry the virus asymptomatically. For that reason, people who have been vaccinated should still wear masks, etc. for now. #AskReuters https://t.co/kPLB38bVKT

Quoted @KevGoodchild

Do people who have had #Covid build immunity? If so should the known number be added to the amount of people who have been vaccinated to give a more positive outlook? #AskReuters

.@KevGoodchild People have very different responses to COVID. Some have minimal signs of long term protection following infection. We need to learn what a truly protective immune response looks like. Until then, we cannot assume everyone who had #COVID is protected. #AskReuters https://t.co/n6ZwWuVLTR

Quoted @indylana

#AskReuters #askreutersif you've had covid and get the vaccine does that improve your odds of not contracting it?

.@indylana Yes, it will likely extend the immunity you may have after recovering from COVID. It may also fortify/strengthen your immune response to future exposures as well.#AskReuters https://t.co/OufzuNnMxo

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