Despite all this. I think there's still a point of view out there that says look the sounds like hype to me. I keep hearing they're the same but I sort of like the higher efficacy rate. Thank you very much. So why is this Viewpoint persisting if indeed they're all really good vaccine. Scenes, let's separate the hype from the real there and
fortunately in terms of the height folks have felt compelled because of the public health interest in making sure that everyone is vaccinated to just say that all three vaccines are the same and they're not the same but they are all effective certainly by any standard that we set for ourselves when starting the process to find a covid vaccine in the first place and I think that both for individuals and certainly for society more broadly. I think that is what could have the most beneficial You're
saying good for society and just kind of General sense of getting folks vaccinated in reaching some sense of herd immunity that are
active virus is circulating broadly the greatest risk you have is being infected by the virus. And so the best protection you can half of that is being broadly protected as opposed to trying to wait for the quote unquote best one.
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