Vaccine results raise hopes of mass deployment

The Oxford R21/Matrix-M vaccine maintains a high level of protection of around 70-80% after a single booster dose. A booster dose of a new malaria vaccine maintains a high level of protection against the disease, researchers assured Thursday (8). Developed by Oxford University scientists, this vaccine could represent a game-changer in the fight against the … Read more

“Without full vaccination, the disease will never be eradicated”

The discovery of a case of polio in the United States and traces of the virus in sewage in the United Kingdom and Israel raise concerns about a resurgence of this declared eradicated disease in much of the world. A reminder of the importance of vaccination in the fight against incurable polio. “At one point, … Read more

Vaccination slides “for lack of weapons, not for lack of doses”

Published on : 08/10/2022 – 07:07 Despite the opening of 153 monkeypox vaccination centers in France, the campaign is slipping and it remains difficult to secure appointments. The Ministry of Health has decided to start the vaccination trial in five pharmacies this Wednesday. The government wants to speed things up. With 153 vaccination centers already … Read more

Is This Fox News Video About The Side Effects Of Covid Vaccines Serious? – liberation

In an excerpt that has been seen tens of thousands of times on social media, moderator Tucker Carlson refers to a much-criticized study, an article taken out of context and a letter. Question asked on August 2, 2022 They ask us about a video sequence widely circulated on social networks in which the presenter Tucker … Read more

the second warning extended to pregnant women and persons at risk

On the advice of scientific authorities, the government is extending the administration of a second booster dose in an “epidemiological context that remains of concern”. The government has decided to extend the administration of a second booster dose of the anti-Covid vaccine to pregnant women to those under the age of danger» and to … Read more

Women affected by menstrual disorders are encouraged to report them

Women affected by menstrual irregularities that have occurred after vaccination against Covid-19 are urged to report them, the Medicines Agency (ANSM) said on Tuesday July 19, in the context of uncertainty about a direct link between vaccines and these problems. Menstrual disorders detected after vaccination with an mRNA vaccine, namely those by Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna, … Read more

“Red Alert” for childhood vaccinations around the world

About 25 million children missed one or more vaccinations for diphtheria, tetanus and poliomyelitis in 2021. This low immunization coverage has led to the emergence of preventable epidemics. The Covid-19 crisis and misinformation are behind the largest continuous drop in childhood immunizations against other diseases in nearly three decades, according to a report by the … Read more

Do Studies Cited in an Article in Midi Libre Prove the Danger of Messenger RNA Vaccines? – liberation

Question asked by Adrien on June 25, 2022. You are asking us about an article that was published on the website of the on the morning of June 25th Free lunchwhose title was: “Pfizer, Moderna, Astra Zeneca: Anti-Covid Vaccines Increase Cardiovascular Risks in Young People.” This has been widely shared on social networks, especially by … Read more

what we know about the virus

You will also be interested After announcing the first French case on Friday, May 20, 2022, Public Health France states that five cases have now been confirmed from smallpox monkey, or monkey pox, and that 15 others are analyzed. These 20 patients are mostly young men. No deaths have been reported so far. If this … Read more

No, Mauricette, the first to be vaccinated in France, did not die – liberation

The Covid-19 pandemic in Francecase The death of Mauricette Doyer, which occurred on the night of Tuesday May 3rd to Wednesday May 4th, was announced by her husband, who attributed it to the vaccination against Covid-19. But be careful not to confuse it with Mauricette M., the first living person to be vaccinated in December … Read more