The Anonymous Widower

Pfizer Booster Dose Offers Exceptionally High Levels Of Protection Against Covid And All Variants, Study Shows

The title of this post, is the same as that of this article on the Independent.

The title says everything except that the protection is 95.6 % from a study of 10,000 people.

How are the anti-vaxxers going to explain that one away?

Perhaps if the old one-two works in boxing, it also works with vaccines.

October 21, 2021 - Posted by | Health | , , ,

4 Comments »

  1. Big reduction… btw, have you written about your experience with coeliac disease somewhere? your book? As a fellow coeliac (only recently diagnosed..) I was very interested in your comments about low covid infection rates in coeliacs… and you had gall bladder problems too ( as have I…) ? not just the Minchenden/George Bullen coincidence…

    Comment by ELIZABETH CAMPBELL | October 21, 2021 | Reply

  2. I think it would be interesting to swap stories. I’ve also got cataracts, which is another coeliac problem. Not sure about gallstones, but as I help raise funds for Liverpool University’s Pancreatic Cancer Research Unit, I have experts to call on.

    I’m in Dalston! Have Freedom Pass will travel!

    I also get used as a lab-rat for heart research by one of London’s top research cardiologists. My sister seems to have the heart problems, although I do have atrial fibrillation that caused my stroke. That could be down to undiagnosed coeliac disease for the first fifty years of my life. My father died of a stroke at 68.

    Comment by AnonW | October 21, 2021 | Reply

    • Yes, could be interesting to swap stories! Developing cataracts are also a current theme for me. And Windmill Hill holds a special place in my heart.. I’m now outside London, more towards Aldershot (was in Crouch End for many years on and off) but also in and around Leyton now and then. Just about to get my Covid booster at the weekend..

      Comment by ELIZABETH CAMPBELL | October 21, 2021 | Reply

      • Windmill Hill holds a special place in my life, as I was born in a nursing home on the top of it. Around the age of twenty, I regularly used to drink with a friend in the pub opposite Enfield Chase station. Sometimes I even go there for a drink, by walking between the two stations to relive old memories.

        Comment by AnonW | October 21, 2021


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