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Other posslible effects of such (mis)communication might be less effectively targeting of vaxxing programmes, maldistribution of VAX, disincentivising therapies, barriers to alternatives to name just a few.

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Not just TV experts.

T'he Health Secretary said Government analysis of figures in England had shown one dose of either the Oxford University or Pfizer stops eight in 10 over-80s from being hospitalised with the disease'


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