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Pfizer or Astrazeneca? If you had the choice...

By Emily . Created on 24 Feb, 2021
Vaccine time! What's everyone feeling about this?
Current Affairs 207 votes | 52 Comments
Pfizer

Pfizer

Astrazeneca

Astrazeneca

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Astrazeneca
Marjorie said a week ago
Worried at 77 about the Astrazeneca, survived this long and in very good health why go looking for trouble.
Iain said a week ago
Hahahahahaha why even take this crap ??? 99.8% no infection !! you need a test (hahaha) to find out if you have it ?? and then stick some untried "Vaccine" DNA altering product in you for an infection you dont, and probably will never get ??? You guys are just crazy and like sheep to the slaughter house.
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Sylvia said 4 weeks ago
None of them
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Paul said on Mar 18, 2021
Don't care
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Lisa said on Mar 15, 2021
I will wait for the Johnson and Johnson vaccination
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West Swan said on Mar 16, 2021
I'd prefer that as well (one jab not two) but who knows if it will be available in Australia. It probably will at some point but then who knows when we will be able to choose a particular brand of vaccine if ever?
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Lisa said on Mar 16, 2021
I'm sure the Johnson & Johnson one will be available eventually. If not I just won't get vaccinated at all. Too many unknowns at the moment.
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Maryana said on Mar 11, 2021
none
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Karl said on Mar 10, 2021
Neither
Kaye said on Mar 9, 2021
Neither