1. Medra Lopes-Pattillo Medra Lopes-Pattillo United States says:

    Talk about misrepresenting the data! This study does not show significa t protection in either group. The difference is so minimal it is statistically insignificant! Really, when you report on this stiuff you should call out the researchers "findings" when the data they are using does not support their conclusions. This misrepresentation give people the erroneous idea that a booster is helpful when it actually does little to nothing to help. If you read the study, it is obviothat the summary and conclusion completely musteprese to the actual findings of the statistical insignificance of the booster and of even the initial vaccination in preventing serious covid among those susceptible to serious cases. And it does nothing for the raise healthy population either. To call something that is statistically insignificant a substantial increase in protection is a flat out lie! This study must have been funded by the pharmaceutical company because I can not see how  else you draw such absurd conckusfrom the study data!

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