New data shows that the Moderna vaccine maintains efficacy more successfully than other vaccines, showing 93% effectiveness after 6 months, a drop of just 1% from the 94% efficacy in clinical trials. In comparison, recent research had found that the effectiveness of Sinovac, the primary vaccine used in Thailand currently, drops 50% every 40 days, making it ineffective after 6 months. Moderna’s most similar vaccine competition is Pfizer-BioNTech, another mRNA vaccine, whose effectiveness declines by 6% every 60 days, making it only about 84% effective after 6 months. While this is a boon for the Moderna brand, the Chief Executive […]
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The seafood Restaurants must be making a mint if tourists are spending 59-60 thousand in 4 weeks there are no bars or amenities open so as Biggles said what have they been spending on ??. The TAT are spreading fake information and telling lies. Were not gullible tell us the truth.
Enjoy Bangkok after the 2-week quarantine, and enjoy the rest of Thailand after the Phuket sandbox.
The basic mistake people made when looking at Thailand back in May-June was that they took the daily case numbers back then (3,000-4,000) at face value. "Ah, not too bad, better than at home, let's book a trip". The Thais themselves know that the daily numbers reported are to be used with a multiplier of 5-10.
Second mistake was "Quite sure they'll catch up with vaccinations soon."