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VA is listening to your questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and this blog series answers your questions. Want to ask a question? Leave your comment below.

I’ve heard about a new “Delta variant” of the virus that causes COVID-19. Is it dangerous?

The Delta variant is a mutation of the virus that causes COVID-19. This variant spreads more easily and more quickly than others. It already has had a severe impact in other countries, such as India. Over the past month, the Delta variant has rapidly spread and expanded in the U.S. It could soon become the dominant virus strain.

The good news is that the COVID-19 vaccines currently in use in the U.S. offer good protection against the COVID-19 variants we know most about. COVID-19 vaccines have shown excellent effectiveness in preventing hospitalizations and death. This includes the Delta strain.

The Delta variant most severely impacts those people not fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This includes people who only received the first dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine series, such as Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna.

How can I protect myself against the Delta variant?

You can best protect yourself against the Delta variant by becoming fully vaccinated against COVID-19.

Experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are continuing to study the Delta variant. They have concluded that COVID-19 vaccines offer good protection against COVID-19 variants.

Those who receive two-dose vaccines will be fully vaccinated two weeks after they receive their second dose. Two-dose vaccines include the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines. Those who receive single-dose vaccines like Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine will be fully vaccinated two weeks after their dose.

VA will provide the second doses to employees, Veterans or anyone who qualifies under the Save Lives Act–such as spouses and caregivers– no matter where they received their first dose, if that is more convenient.

Will other variants like the Delta variant continue to spread in the future?

Viruses such as the Delta variant continue to mutate and spread as long as they have the ability to do so. The most effective means of slowing and stopping the spread of these variants is vaccination. When a large percentage of a community is fully vaccinated against COVID-19, the virus will not be able to spread within it. This will also serve to decrease the development of new variants. Fully vaccinated people protect both themselves and their community against COVID-19 and similar variants.

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An article about vaccine recognition..

I knew this would happen......

Noni had the Sinopharm vaccine. She says people like her should be exempt from restriction

July 1, 2021 — 10.42pm

London: The World Health Organisation has called on governments exempting their vaccinated citizens from pandemic restrictions to grant the same allowances to people who have received any WHO-approved jab.

It would mean a country like Australia, which has approved only Pfizer and AstraZeneca for use, would have to recognise China’s two approved vaccines. The Chinese vaccines have been given to Australians living in other countries, but are less effective than others also approved by the WHO.

The World Health Organisation has called on countries to accept travellers who have received WHO-approved vaccines.

The WHO has approved AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Janssen, Moderna, Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines for emergency use. It said all the vaccines it had approved for use and distribution through its COVAX scheme, of which Australia is a participant, should be recognised to prevent creating two classes of fully vaccinated people.

“Such moves are already undermining confidence in life-saving vaccines that have already been shown to be safe and effective, affecting uptake of vaccines and potentially putting billions of people at risk,” the Geneva-based UN body said in a statement.

“At a time when the world is trying to resume trade, commerce and travel, this is counter-effective, both in spirit and outcome.

“Any measure that only allows people protected by a subset of WHO-approved vaccines to benefit from the reopening of travel into that region would effectively create a two-tier system, further widening the global vaccine divide and exacerbating the inequities we have already seen in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.”

Australia facing 'very serious crisis' amid vaccine controversy

Australia is facing a "very serious crisis" after access to the AstraZeneca vaccine was expanded to people aged under 40 sparking a political divide.

A spokeswoman for Health Minister Greg Hunt said no decisions had been made about which vaccines Australia would recognise.

“However the government will continue to follow the expert health advice and the Therapeutic Goods Administration will continue to oversee the approval, regulation and mutual recognition of vaccinations,” she said.

Noni Edwards, who is originally from Sydney, was vaccinated with China’s Sinopharm product in January in the UAE where she lives and works as a newsreader.

Noni Edwards from Sydney took the Sinopharm vaccine in Dubai, where she lives and works as a newsreader.

She said those who did the right thing and took vaccines when offered should be rewarded and not punished by being excluded from exemptions such as eventual home or reduced quarantine for international arrivals.

“ I don’t see it as discriminatory as much as plain stupidity,” she said.

“Vaccination is more effective than non-vaccination, if my body recognises the vaccine to the point of developing antibodies then that means vaccination is a success.

“Immunity is the key issue at stake here, not brand of vaccine and if Australia wants to set some kind of bar on acceptable immunity levels for quarantine-free arrivals, they need to ask for antibody tests, not vaccine brand names.

“The Australian government needs to focus on vaccinating its own population before judging the vaccine policy decisions of other highly vaccinated countries.”

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has suggested Australians who are fully vaccinated should be exempt from interstate border closures, but this has been rejected by several premiers.

Some countries have begun loosening rules for those fully vaccinated, including quarantine-free travel in Canada and Europe, providing proof of vaccination can be demonstrated......

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I can see it coming at immigration Counter.

Passport Sir, Oh have you  had "our "vaccine

Oh, now roll up your sleeve....

https://www.smh.com.au/world/europe/noni-had-the-sinopharm-vaccine-she-says-people-like-her-should-be-exempt-from-restrictions-20210701-p5863s.html

Full article here if someone wants to edit to full post.

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Numerous posts have been hidden because they quoted or referred to posts that were hidden because they were political or controversial.

Two members have been given a week vacation from the forum for repeated controversial/political posts on the open forums. 

Take it to the CR if you want to posts such responses. There are threads there for just such posts. 

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On 7/1/2021 at 8:26 PM, cookie47 said:

An article about vaccine recognition..

I knew this would happen......

Noni had the Sinopharm vaccine. She says people like her should be exempt from restriction

July 1, 2021 — 10.42pm

London: The World Health Organisation has called on governments exempting their vaccinated citizens from pandemic restrictions to grant the same allowances to people who have received any WHO-approved jab.

It would mean a country like Australia, which has approved only Pfizer and AstraZeneca for use, would have to recognise China’s two approved vaccines. The Chinese vaccines have been given to Australians living in other countries, but are less effective than others also approved by the WHO.

The World Health Organisation has called on countries to accept travellers who have received WHO-approved vaccines.

The WHO has approved AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Janssen, Moderna, Sinopharm and Sinovac vaccines for emergency use. It said all the vaccines it had approved for use and distribution through its COVAX scheme, of which Australia is a participant, should be recognised to prevent creating two classes of fully vaccinated people.

“Such moves are already undermining confidence in life-saving vaccines that have already been shown to be safe and effective, affecting uptake of vaccines and potentially putting billions of people at risk,” the Geneva-based UN body said in a statement.

“At a time when the world is trying to resume trade, commerce and travel, this is counter-effective, both in spirit and outcome.

“Any measure that only allows people protected by a subset of WHO-approved vaccines to benefit from the reopening of travel into that region would effectively create a two-tier system, further widening the global vaccine divide and exacerbating the inequities we have already seen in the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.”

Australia facing 'very serious crisis' amid vaccine controversy

Australia is facing a "very serious crisis" after access to the AstraZeneca vaccine was expanded to people aged under 40 sparking a political divide.

A spokeswoman for Health Minister Greg Hunt said no decisions had been made about which vaccines Australia would recognise.

“However the government will continue to follow the expert health advice and the Therapeutic Goods Administration will continue to oversee the approval, regulation and mutual recognition of vaccinations,” she said.

Noni Edwards, who is originally from Sydney, was vaccinated with China’s Sinopharm product in January in the UAE where she lives and works as a newsreader.

Noni Edwards from Sydney took the Sinopharm vaccine in Dubai, where she lives and works as a newsreader.

She said those who did the right thing and took vaccines when offered should be rewarded and not punished by being excluded from exemptions such as eventual home or reduced quarantine for international arrivals.

“ I don’t see it as discriminatory as much as plain stupidity,” she said.

“Vaccination is more effective than non-vaccination, if my body recognises the vaccine to the point of developing antibodies then that means vaccination is a success.

“Immunity is the key issue at stake here, not brand of vaccine and if Australia wants to set some kind of bar on acceptable immunity levels for quarantine-free arrivals, they need to ask for antibody tests, not vaccine brand names.

“The Australian government needs to focus on vaccinating its own population before judging the vaccine policy decisions of other highly vaccinated countries.”

Prime Minister Scott Morrison has suggested Australians who are fully vaccinated should be exempt from interstate border closures, but this has been rejected by several premiers.

Some countries have begun loosening rules for those fully vaccinated, including quarantine-free travel in Canada and Europe, providing proof of vaccination can be demonstrated......

______________________________________

I can see it coming at immigration Counter.

Passport Sir, Oh have you  had "our "vaccine

Oh, now roll up your sleeve....

https://www.smh.com.au/world/europe/noni-had-the-sinopharm-vaccine-she-says-people-like-her-should-be-exempt-from-restrictions-20210701-p5863s.html

Full article here if someone wants to edit to full post.

I don't have a problem with the WHO making recommendations although I would prefer if those were based on some accurate science. But I don't agree with them getting into various country's business. If they don't want to accept a certain vaccine it's up to them.

 

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Leyte COVID-19 ALERT:

259 NEW COVID-19 CASES, TWO (2) DEATHS and 323 NEW RECOVERIES RECORDED TODAY

As of 9AM today, July 09, 2021, the Department of Health- Eastern Visayas reports the region’s total number of COVID-19 cases at 32,136, total recoveries at 29,911 (93.08%), and total deaths at 404 (1.26%). This brings the total active cases to 1,821 (5.67%). 

A total of 259 new cases were recorded today out of the 1,286 laboratory samples. Of these, 255 were tested in three (3) COVID-19 Laboratories in the region - EVRMC, OMDC, and DWHVL while four (4) were endorsed and tested in Philippine Red Cross Laboratory – Cebu Chapter. The total number of cases represents a 20.14% positivity rate. 

EVRCTC has released a total of 1,015 laboratory test results. Of these, 810 are negative and 205 are positive (with 203 new cases and 2 repeat swab test) for COVID-19.

Meanwhile DWHVL has released a total of 194 laboratory test results. Of these, 153 are negative and 41 are positive (with 35 new cases and 6 repeat swab tests) for COVID-19.

Whereas OMDC has released a total of 39 laboratory test results.  Of these, 22 are negative and 17 are positive for COVID-19.

Lastly, Philippine Red Cross Laboratory – Cebu Chapter has released a total of 38 laboratory test results.  Of these, 34 are negative and 4 are positive for COVID-19.

The 259 new confirmed cases are from the following provinces/cities/municipalities: 

TACLOBAN CITY (33)

ORMOC CITY (10)

LEYTE (73)
Alangalang – 1
Albuera - 2 
Barugo – 6
Bato -1
Baybay City - 1
Burauen - 1
Carigara – 9
Dagami -4 
Dulag – 3
Hilongos - 1
Hindang – 3
Inopacan – 3
Isabel – 8
MacArthur – 2
Matag-ob – 2
Merida – 2
Palo – 15
Palompon - 2
San Isidro - 1
Santa Fe - 1
Tabango - 1
Tolosa - 2
Villaba - 2

SOUTHERN LEYTE – (12)
Libagon – 1
Maasin - 2
Macrohon – 9

NORTHERN SAMAR (26)
Allen – 16
Catarman – 8
Lavezares - 2

EASTERN SAMAR – (83)
Balangiga – 1 (1 Local Case) 
Balangkayan – 4 (1 Local Case, 3 Close Contacts)
Borongan City – 32 (13 Local Cases, 19 Close Contacts)
Can-avid – 2 (1 Local Case, 1 Close Contact)
Dolores – 2 (2 Close Contacts)
General MacArthur – 3(1 Local Case, 2 Close Contacts)
Guiuan – 1 (1 Local Case)
Llorente – 1 (1 Local Case)
Oras – 10 (2 Local Cases, 8 Close Contacts)
Quinapondan – 3 (1 Local Case, 2 Close Contacts)
Sulat – 24 (2 Local Cases, 1 LSU, 21 Close Contacts)  

SAMAR (21)
Basey -  2
Calbayog City -  4
Calbiga - 6
Catbalogan City - 4
Marabut - 1
Sta. Rita -  1
Tarangnan – 2
Villareal - 1

BILIRAN (1)
Naval - 1

Other details will be provided by the concerned LGU.

Meanwhile the details of the new deaths are the following:

EV30643 – a 15-year-old Female from Calbayog City who died on July 06, 2021;
EV28344 – a 61-year-old Male from Hilongos, Leyte who died on June 18, 2021

With the increasing cases in Eastern Visayas, the Department of Health continues to appeal to the public to keep following and keep practicing the minimum public health standards all the time and in all settings. Be part of the solution in ending this pandemic!

Let us BIDA Solusyon Plus sa COVID-19:
B- Bawal walang face mask at face shield 
 I- Isanitize ang kamay at iwasan ang kulob na lugar
D- Dumistansya ng isang metro at limitahan ang pisikal na interaksyon sa iba
A- Alamin ang tamang impormasyon, at 
Plus- Suportahan ang FDA approved na bakuna.

Be a BIDA Bastonero by informing, reminding, and correcting the public to ensure adherence to the minimum public health standards.
When deciding what activities to engage in, use the KERI vs SKERI risk assessment tool and its peligro factors.  
Limit unnecessary physical interactions. 
Avoid large crowds or mass gatherings.
Keep a physical distance of at least one meter from each other.
Avoid activities that would last longer than 15 minutes.
Avoid enclosed spaces. Open windows for good air circulation.
Avoid transmission causing behaviors like singing, shouting, heavy breathing, or any physical contact.
Wear a face mask and face shield properly throughout the activity.

TOGETHER WE CAN #BeatCOVID-19!

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Central Visayas on 3rd wave of COVID-19 pandemic 

Central Visayas is now on the third wave of COVID-19 pandemic, Unang Balita reported on Monday, citing Dr. Eugenia Mercedes Caña, chief of the Department of Health Regional Epidemiology and Surveillance Unit (DOH RESU-7).

"Yes. We are in a third wave now. We have been monitoring the cases for the last 4 weeks in Central Visayas, not just Cebu City and our epidemic curve shows an upward trend," Caña said in a message.

Caña said the main reason for the upward trend is the more transmissible variants of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.

"The virus keeps on evolving as it is its nature to mutate resulting to different variants which increases the virus' transmissibility," she said.

Also seen as likely reason for the trend is the gatherings held by some residents like weddings, fiesta and birthday celebrations.

"These events drive the transmission because you bring people together without observing the public health measures," Caña said.

Other reasons cited by Caña were inappropriate use of public health and social measures and inequitable and uneven distribution of COVID-19 vaccines.

Despite this, DOH Region VII said the region is better off now than it was during the second wave of the pandemic in February and March.

Asked regarding this, Health Undersecretary Maria Rosario Vergeire said the DOH central office is verifying DOH RESU-7's statement.

In an interview on Super Radyo dzBB, Vergeire said Region 7 logged a two-week case growth rate of -7% and an average daily attack rate of 4.5 cases per 100,000 population.

“‘Pag tinignan po natin ‘yan, medyo mababa pa po ‘yan (When you look at it, those numbers are quite low) and we cannot consider that as high-risk as of now,” she said.

Vergeire explained, however, that DOH regional offices have their own granular analysis of COVID-19 data.

Current COVID cases

On Sunday, the DOH said 5,916 new COVID-19 cases were reported, pushing the country's total tally to 1,473,025.

The DOH said the new infections brought the number of active cases in the country to 49,701, of which 89.3% are mild, 5% are asymptomatic, 2.4% are severe, and 1.5% are in critical condition.

Total recoveries also rose to 1,397,403 after 6,127 more people defeated the illness. The death toll, meanwhile, climbed to 25,921 with 105 new fatalities.  

https://www.msn.com/en-ph/news/national/central-visayas-on-3rd-wave-of-covid-19-pandemic-doh-resu-7/ar-AAM2nAd?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=U531

 

 

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Australia man ties bedsheets together to escape 4th floor hotel quarantine - police

http://news.trust.org/item/20210720074525-vvju0/

Tuesday, 20 July 2021 08:58 GMT

SYDNEY, July 20 (Reuters) - A man in the Australian city of Perth escaped mandatory quarantine in a hotel by scaling down a rope made of tied together bedsheets from a fourth-floor window, police said on Tuesday.

After arriving in the West Coast city on an interstate flight from Brisbane, the man had his application for entry refused under the state's tough border entry rules intended to stop the virus entering from elsewhere in the country.

The man was told to leave the state within 48 hours and taken to a hotel for temporary quarantine, but just before 1:00 a.m. on Tuesday (17:00 GMT on Monday) "he climbed out a window of the fourth floor room using a rope made of bed sheets and fled the area", Western Australia Police said in a Facebook post.

They also posted photos the makeshift rope hanging from a window on the brick building's top floor down to the street.

Police arrested the man across town about 8 hours later, and charged him with failing to comply with a direction and providing "false/misleading information". They did not disclose the man's identity except to say that he was aged 39 and tested negative to the virus, nor did they give a reason for his alleged actions.

Australia has recorded far fewer coronavirus cases and deaths than many other developed countries partly because it closed national and internal borders and imposed mandatory hotel quarantine for anyone arriving from abroad or - during outbreaks - another state.

The policy has however brought with it a series of escapes, including a woman accused this month of climbing down two balconies and kicking in a door to evade quarantine in north-east regional hub of Cairns.

(Reporting by Byron Kaye Editing by Raissa Kasolowsky)

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Phizer 39% effective versus Delta variant.

 

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There seems to be more variants of the Covid-19 than Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Lambda.

The latter part of the article I copied using the Windows screencopy tool, to keep the structure of the article. Hopefully it's still readable, just click on the pictures to enlarge them.

 

https://www.who.int/en/activities/tracking-SARS-CoV-2-variants/

 

Tracking SARS-CoV-2 variants

 

All viruses, including SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, change over time. Most changes have little to no impact on the virus’ properties. However, some changes may affect the virus’s properties, such as how easily it spreads, the associated disease severity, or the performance of vaccines, therapeutic medicines, diagnostic tools, or other public health and social measures. 

WHO, in collaboration with partners, expert networks, national authorities, institutions and researchers have been monitoring and assessing the evolution of SARS-CoV-2 since January 2020. During late 2020, the emergence of variants that posed an increased risk to global public health prompted the characterisation of specific Variants of Interest (VOIs) and Variants of Concern (VOCs), in order to prioritise global monitoring and research, and ultimately to inform the ongoing response to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

WHO and its international networks of experts are monitoring changes to the virus so that if significant amino acid substitutions are identified, we can inform countries and the public about any changes that may be needed to respond to the variant, and prevent its spread. Globally, systems have been established and are being strengthened to detect “signals” of potential VOIs or VOCs and assess these based on the risk posed to global public health. National authorities may choose to designate other variants of local interest/concern. 

Reducing transmission through established and proven disease control methodsmeasures, as well as avoiding introductions into animal populations, are crucial aspects of the global strategy to reduce the occurrence of mutations that have negative public health implications.

Current strategies and measures recommended by WHO continue to work against virus variants identified since the start of the pandemic. Evidence from multiple countries with extensive transmission of VOCs has indicated that public health and social measures (PHSM), including infection prevention and control (IPC) measures, have been effective in reducing COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths. National and local authorities are encouraged to continue strengthening existing PHSM and IPC measures. Authorities are also encouraged to strengthen surveillance and sequencing capacities and apply a systematic approach to provide a representative indication of the extent of transmission of SARS-CoV-2 variants based on the local context, and to detect unusual epidemiological events.

 

Naming SARS-CoV-2 variants

The established nomenclature systems for naming and tracking SARS-CoV-2 genetic lineages by GISAID, Nextstrain and Pango are currently and will remain in use by scientists and in scientific research. To assist with public discussions of variants, WHO convened a group of scientists from the WHO Virus Evolution Working Group, the WHO COVID-19 reference laboratory network, representatives from GISAID, Nextstrain, Pango and additional experts in virological, microbial nomenclature and communication from several countries and agencies to consider easy-to-pronounce and non-stigmatising labels for VOI and VOC. At the present time, this expert group convened by WHO has recommended using letters of the Greek Alphabet, i.e., Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta which will be easier and more practical to discussed by non-scientific audiences. 

 

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On 7/23/2021 at 11:16 PM, Soupeod said:

Phizer 39% effective versus Delta variant.

Yep, 39% effective against actually getting the Delta variant or showing symptoms.

The same study also found the Pfizer vaccine is 88% effective in preventing hospitalisation and 91% effective in preventing serious illness caused by the Delta variant after two doses.

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Pfizer Shot Just 39% Effective Against Delta Infection, But Largely Prevents Severe Illness, Israel Study Suggests

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91%. That’s how effective the Pfizer vaccine is at preventing serious illness and hospitalization caused by the Delta variant after two doses, according to the Israeli study. This is only slightly lower than against other variants. As this is the primary purpose of a vaccine, it is still highly successful, though it does mean it will likely not be sufficient to stop outbreaks on its own.   

pfizer-shot-just-39-effective-against-delta-infection-but-largely-prevents-severe-illness-israel-study-suggests

 

 

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On 7/23/2021 at 6:16 AM, Soupeod said:

Phizer 39% effective versus Delta variant.

It's important to understand what that means. The risk of death is greatly reduced, the risk of getting a bit sick is reduced less. 

21 hours ago, mikewright said:

Yep, 39% effective against actually getting the Delta variant or showing symptoms.

The same study also found the Pfizer vaccine is 88% effective in preventing hospitalisation and 91% effective in preventing serious illness caused by the Delta variant after two doses.

Quoted for truth. 

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On 7/27/2021 at 12:23 PM, DeedleNuts said:

It's important to understand what that means. The risk of death is greatly reduced, the risk of getting a bit sick is reduced less. 

CDC will release data on Indian Delta variant that led to mask U-turn.

(Basically they are saying you can transmit the delta variant regardless of immunizations given. So everyone wear a mask regardless even if you already received vaccinations.) 

https://mol.im/a/9842039
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