Armatus 1 month ago
3 weeks pass, now i have covid-immunity for at least 2 years.
(got my second injection of Sputnik-V at 26feb)

We're going to local serbian restaurant next weekend (still need to wear a mask at the streets, but no strict restrictions)
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  • Sigg3 4 weeks ago
    @Armatus we're definitely getting closer :)
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  • Armatus 4 weeks ago
    Thanks!
    Some of my students groups went online again, but most of them stay offline (like old good times, before 2020)

    We're all need to vaccinate to stop covid.
    Good that sputnik-V works well on english an south-african variants of virus.
    (also works well on 18k virus genome variants, registered in Russia)

    So, i think, it will be better day by day...
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  • Sigg3 1 month ago
    Agreed.

    Vaccines don't work on individuals specifically, they are effective at community level. I'm "holding my breath"' until a majority is vaccinated. Where I live, it's a small minority, and we're currently in the red :/
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  • Stolensoul 1 month ago
    I'd add to that, that vaccines don't necessarily grant immunity, but mostly reduce the likeliness of bad symptoms/death. Avoiding contamination is still a good idea if you don't want to risk getting stuck in bed for two weeks and/or allowing the virus to contaminate others through you. As long as covid isn't over, it's important to keep on being careful.
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  • Sigg3 1 month ago
    Sputnik-V has 92% coverage, so you can still get covid. In addition, with Brazil's Bolsanaro practically manufacturing new corona strains every day, we're not out of the woods just yet. The GF has dealt with several cases of vaccinated people get covid.

    Tldr; be careful.
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