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to minutes we have every election time, every major political parties are making public statements. they know that it's the best way to collect them well, so yeah, i feel them to make us blind and hide hello jumps will struggle with low economy and justice. they want to make a blind for not just the corruption we have in our country, and she said that they are choosing the minority. and they'll just to keep people to height that we come in. and the to those that are like free workers for media like people are killing the media person. so what's, what can you describe for our international viewers? you're also a writer yourself of what's it like being a member of the media or a writer in georgia? can you without fear for a life, conduct your, your job like those past few days with super hard for everyone, especially people also like to be q. i come in and do you need, for example, change it for most of the time,
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going out without strengths or without any people is not safe anymore. if you look like the trends are like you to reading some like rings or like, i don't know, they will find any reason to like b, q in the 3. we all cared and you're talking to think about leaving our country. especially like generally like writers and many other people for form like art or like media because we don't see any future for minority in georgia. but not . this is hard because one of the main statement from people from bar, right to mint or lesbian, gay community is to leave georgia for good or type in a closed it should say, george and writer and l g b t q activists are thank you so much for joining us and sharing your views with us, we appreciate it. thanks. thank you. not something altogether different british billionaire richard branson has successfully completed a maiden flight to the edge of space. mister branson and 5 crew members sort of 80
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kilometers above the earth in the virgin galactic unity space plane. mister branson has now as the head of his rivals, jeff bays, also eli musk in a battle between high flying ty, curtis, and climbing. as we take off for richard branson as his unitary space plain to him and 5 crew members beyond erst atmosphere, the aircraft climbed 80 kilometers from the new mexico desert. during the one hour trip the crew experienced a few minutes of weightlessness. 10 seconds. i was wrong, the child were the dream. looking out to the saws now and i don't hit a spaceship. was a lot of wonderful, i doubt looking down to you for being so the next generation of dreamers. if we can do this, just imagine what you can do for some, this is the mission of eccentric billionaires and
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a time when financial inequality is rising, others worn but space tourism will only create unnecessary emissions as the world faces climate change. but for branson and his theme, it's a success that was long in the making. there's mach one trimming. now. i think that this is now here finally reaching the point of commercialization. where anybody who has the money and once has the desire can, can buy a ticket and go to space. that is, that is truly special. it's going to be a game changer. i think for space a trip with virgin galactic for a few minutes and space will cost around $250000.00 per person. but branson is alone in his venture to commercialize space. travel. has a field. we've been working on a just phase us scheduled to fly aboard his company blue origin rocket later this month. it's time to stay. meanwhile, tesla eli mosque says he is planning to head into space in september. his space ex venture has received funding from the u. s. government and has even bigger plans.
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what space x is doing is primarily launching satellites, government, satellites, commercial satellites, and, and other others space systems to earth orbit. and ultimately, what they want to do is launch people to mars that is the most ambitious of all these 3 ventures. the other 2 are seeking to focus on space tourism, taking passengers to lower the orbit for a few minutes. so by crew get microgravity time, branson beat his rattle tycoon by being 1st off the ground and back down again. but this new space race is really just beginning, just like this for a minute before. now let's take a look at some of the other stories making headlines around the world right now. according jordan, a sentence to former officials to 15 years in jail, for attempting to destabilize the monarchy by some weather, le, and sharif hassan been said were found guilty of conspiring to install. prince
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comes off as ruler. he is the health, half brother rather of the king, himself has avoided churches. officials than india. a lightning strikes have killed at least 800 people. as monsoon reigns and thunderstorms hit the country's north. among the dead, our children forecasters have warned of more lightning strikes over the coming days and the match that everybody is talking about. italy have been crowned european champs at wembley stadium in london after beating england on penalties. it was heartbreaking and for the english you missed 3 penalties on last, despite their home advantage. but for italian fans back home. it was time to celebrate after nail biting finish. the final whistle was just the start of the party in italy. oh, after another glorious night on the world football stage, fans of the booty painted cities red across the country. ah,
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moved by their team writing another hard stopping chapter into the country, sporting folk, lord, i jammed into cars on top of students that soon club city streets and on pretty much what else they could possibly get the keys to yeah, italian football fans were paying loud and joyful homage to a new set of heroes minted on english soil. so that's just one because we have the strongest, nothing to do with europe. it was italy who had the strongest team. the only team that did not have individual things, but a collective. we deserve to win and we want my g o. nearby ballard to a wimbley, one italian fan was dressed to deliver the highest of honors. he's the only want to know ring holder walter got me. oh. as
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for the england fans, they dressed down to fit the mood of what was to be yet another football wake. the keys and the one i was looking incredibly sob or aligning either way and i just use everything to get to us on the box spring as morning broke in italy, the spoils of decree will return to their new home the yeah. football has indeed come to broad the and let's take you now to the eternal city to
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room. do you ever use force correspond to lima toxic? is there for you? a leave, a looking great. that background tell us how have the italians celebrated their historic when well, look around, you think back to normal today everybody's back to be usual activity is commuting to and from work. that of course, wasn't the case here last night where i'm standing visit of it. and it was one of the main bolt code points around 4 to 5000 italian fans gathered after italy, england on penalties, treat you. and oh, it was a mix. it was, i don't even know where to start. it was an explosion of emotions. you have to find your work happening on that side. there was thinking, there was chanting the like the was the i and as you just mentioned in the piece, it's coming rome a play on words with the english. it's coming home. but there was also something after speaking to not pan tally, and there was
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a case that the emotions were quite intense. and i think that also has to do with the fact that of course italy under wind temperance trig locked downs. and i think that resulted in some bottom up emotions. well, course you have to you couldn't meet up with friends. you couldn't watch football in math math gatherings. and i think yesterday when it'll be one, it was football became an outlet. it became a very nice, it became where they actually posed a life. and i understand that a victory parade could not take place exactly because of what you've been reporting . we're still in the middle of a pandemic. exactly, exactly. so the italian team arrived early this morning at around 6 am in the capital, and they are scheduled to meet the italian prime minutes, so they will have, what did they dinner with him later around 67 pm tonight. but authorities decided
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to cancel the bus rate because of what you just because of the corona virus to ration. and especially after the celebration yesterday, if it was, people can barely war any math. there was no social distance thing and authorities . i think i'm just afraid that this sort of celebrations might lead to a church in corona virus cases. but one fan i spoke to just that, look, we're not we that have had about the bus parade, because at the end of the day, the fact that we had a massive screening of the game. the fact that we got to celebrate after that is in and of itself, a miracle given the pandemic, given the pandemic. let's look ahead. 20 seconds left for us. italians must be looking at the world cup, taking place in guitar. it just one years time. so i mean they, they confident that they're going to be the ones raising that trophy i'm sure
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they're confident, but if there's one thing that this tournament showed us, is that just because you did well in one tournament doesn't, it's not necessarily a measure of how well how well you do it, the other tournament this tournament had so many upsets so many surprises. so i just say that just leave it right. it's wide open. by your opinion, it's wide open and it's a year away. lima, who talkie in the wrong. thank you so much for your reporting and do you have any asia is up next to stick around? we'll have more world news for you at the top of the hour until then you can always stay up to date with all the latest news and analysis by heading to our website. that's d, w dot com. and we will rock and berlin on behalf of the entire news team. thank you so much for spending as part of the day with the news. the news.
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ruling, china is still preventing filipino fishermen from accessing fishing grounds. why can't the philippines do anything about it? plus protecting the pollinators. the rescuers and militia are doing all they can do to ensure the creators, the far foods don't die off. the news i've been, it's been a g. welcome to d w. news a show. glad you could join us some 20 to 33 percent of global trade by sea bosses through the south china sea. it is also home to rich fishing grounds. what if china controlled all of that? it's the chord of international concern over china, of actions in this body of water located in se asia,
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the south china sea is claimed almost in its entirety by china, through what is called the 9 dash line. this includes 30 order claims by other countries in the region. china has over time, military, many low line islands and coral reefs here. but 5 years ago today, an international court effectively ruled chinese claims were illegal, particularly over this spot, scarborough show. a low lying rocky outcrop that falls within the philippines. this territory, according to the court. the binding ruling by the hague, based prominent court of arbitration, wasn't response to the philippines taking china to court. but china refused to acknowledge the verdict. as a result, to this day, filipino fishermen are prevented from accessing the coveted fishing areas. there is a lot of that, and i've been catching fishes like this and discover a show has become increasingly difficult. internationally,
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these filipinos writes to fish here are recognized that the fishermen say, chinese coast guards have been chasing, and harassing them in the past years, threatening their livelihood. many, certainly not. the problem here is that, you know, fishing territory. we are the ones who are pushed away, but i'm as if we are the thief. every because the chinese coast guard doesn't allow us here in the non coming up with the commission. the majority stuff. that's because paging never recognized a 2016 ruling by the hakes permanent court of arbitration. the route that china had violated the philippines to retire real integrity. in parts of the south china sea . a significant ruling given the china claims, almost all the waters and origin law hardly islands in the south. china 3 have long been china's territory. they are the legacy of our ancestors and we can't afford to
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lose a single interest them. but the philippines also cleans part of the resource which area suit as taiwan tonight, militia, indonesia and nom this decades long conflict has always been a flash point in the region. tension has increased a times since 2013. that's china started building a militarized and artificial islands in the south china sea, prompting protests like this one in manila. but the government's position has been less clear, alternating between rhetoric and restrained them all. so let us be friends, but do not touch a learn under the weiss order lice. things would be different. but the fishermen aren't convinced they say the country may truly to
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push back against aging while seeking investment opportunities there, which is very simple. take action. so they can fish freely in the show again. but the more on this i'm joined now from manila by richard had daddy and he's an analyst, an author of numerous books. i'm, i say, including a shows new battle field, us china, and the struggle for western pacific. richard, welcome. the 2016 ruling went in the philippines. this favor. why has it not been able to exercise its sovereignty? was scarborough shoals well as far as international lawyers concerning the problem always was enforcement. it's also a question of diplomacy. how do countries that when international arbitration against super powers, like china, how the, how did they leverage that legal victory or legal warfare to gain actually
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concessions on the ground? so i think the probably in the case of the philippines was that it legally was able to invalidate the bulk of chinese claims across up to 85 percent of the south china sea and international water. we're talking about trying to 9 dash line and he started grades claims. but the problem was that, you know, the arbitration case was initiated by the former building administration, which is the liberal american friend the reform he said ministration. but when the result came out, we had a completely different person in charge in the philippines, which is present or the 3rd, who by the way tried to p what the china. so conscious the, over the past 5 years, the president has downplayed and sometimes even denigrated the philippines own legal victory in order to keep it chummy and close and intimate with his chinese friends. and how is that gone down in the philippines? filipinos buying that? well 1st of all, it hasn't gone down well with the terri. this own
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a deputies on multiple occasions we have seen at the department of foreign affairs defense to serve the country, the foreign minister of the country retreating. that arbitration award. what final and binding by intern per international law, and that no matter what you know, anyone says including china. the fact is that this is already a part of the fabric of international law and the furnace to deter it this deputies all the time. and again, they tried to actually solidify the philippines position on the ground, not much gains on the scar bar. so because of president a 3rd, this downplaying of the physical legal victory, including over who should have access to precious resources in the scar marshall. but the philippines in fairness over the past few years, think that they efforts of defense minister started in dyna. in the philippine minutes, i was able to fortify its position on the ground in all their dispute, the areas including the island and destroy bradley. so the picture is quite mixed. it's not an unmitigated disaster. but of course, the big question was, how could the philippines have done better in leveraging this legal victory to get
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more concessions on the ground including getting access for the fisherman there in the scar or so which is just over. busy 100 not to go most away from the philippine coastline. correct. what could the philippines have done better? well, many things. right. i mean, the expectation was if we had a different president or so on, closer in terms of india, logical outlook and strategic outlook to the previous president or the late president bidding god quino are the philippines had many options. one option was to take this issue, this legal victory all to the unit un general assembly, take it to the parliament to get to all the different for, to put pressure and try to comply. we did, of course, china will always say we don't recognize the jurisdiction of this body, but china also wants to be a respected leader. doesn't want to be seen as an outlaw or bully. so a true multilateral pressure, the philippines could have got some concessions from the philippines, not the mission bilaterally. the philippines could have said, ok,
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maybe we'll not put that much pressure on new multilaterally. we'll not try to embark you by the, an exchange. maybe you can give our fisherman more access to resources in this car bar, so maybe you can stop harassing them. so there were many scenarios that we could think about how to leverage these are awards. but none of that happen because you have a president like the 3rd who priority is i prioritize is good relations. we, china are up above, you know, the interest of the philippines, the times of the us progression of the south china sea has also been seen as crucial to this ongoing dispute. and just over the weekend, your secretary of state, anthony blink, and reiterate us support for the philippines. if it comes on the attack in the south, china say, i'm wondering, based on what everything that you've said. if that is a boost that the philippines needed to press on its legal advantage. right, i mean this is the synchronicity problem, right? when president keno was pushing ahead with this arbitration where the philippines was not getting as much support from then president bark obama was very cautious,
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was very reticent to take you do to, to the chinese. right. and if i went arbitration of working out in 2016 to 5 years ago, president obama immediately sent his top national security advisor, susan, right, to china, in order to bring down tensions that have not been the position of his successors. donald trump and biden are taking very tough stands and standing by the philippines . the problem is that they cannot be holier than the pope. the silicon itself has to stand for itself before our lives can stand for it. and this is the problem we're facing today. richard had a thank you so much for joining us today. ah. from geopolitical issues to issues of our food supply. imagine a world without coffee. apples automate toes. according to the un, this isn't entirely unthinkable. given the steady decline in be populations the wild over. what's the connection? well, bees actors pollinators, for many of our favorite troops,
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lesser beans means less of foods. it's what prompted a new breed of b, rescuers and militia, whose main job is to save rather than destroy bees. it's not a job for the faint of heart when he's not working his day job as a software developer. oil and shares often hands deep in a swarm of bees or without a protective suit. he's just one of the volunteers that might be savior. a group of environmental activists rescuing hides from destruction. the volunteers handle up to 10 relocations a day, acting on people from the public or local officials. in malaysia, those calls usually go to the fire brigade, who often taught the entire nist. my b savior provides no tentative to killing the insects, but changing attitudes remains a major challenge. so yeah,
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perception it be read dangerous. so the moment if they see me immediately try to find some way to, to remove the b b 's of vital to se systems as pollinators of major crops. but the u. n. is wanting of rapidly declining numbers to, to habitat, los pollution and pesticides. here's crisis in us and europe where we're having a problem with going almost x being. so before that happened here, i think it's important that we continue to, to a piece of the b and make sure that doesn't happen here. and yes, these volunteers do get stung, but it's a price they're willing to pay to save these small, but vital creatures. one swarm at a time. you buy and that's it for today. there's of course more. no website. the
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dot com forward slash asia will leave you today. with these pictures of one families, each preparations in pocket on there is capital on the rooftop of their cut out your home to be slaughtered on either of which is in a week's time. but what goes up must also come down, and it's quite an operation. we leave you with those images and see you tomorrow by the news . the fight against the
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it's complex. he can affect the nervous system leading to language disorders, strokes and seizures. scientists are still trying to understand why 75 percent of people hospitalized with a virus continue to suffer from secondary symptoms at least 6 months after they recover. many find it hard to function in their daily lives are such as hope understanding of its impact on the brain could paperwork for treatment. india is breathing a sigh of relief with daddy infections falling. but the havoc from the 2nd wave is fresh in people's minds, and many patients are still struggling with the knock on effects of covered the double use. many are a child re met the pack, a guy was from delhi, after losing 25 killers and still very weak. the bus is now slowly trying to get back to a state of normalcy and the life he had before it was disrupted by
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a severe 1900 infection. the only issue into my under 60 that i will be able to win up on this battle or not. after struggling, initially, the book managed to get admitted to a hospital when his workplace intervened. off the 50 days he spent that 40 was spent in the intensive care unit. the worst thing was happening at the end of the day. my legs i, i found that my legs are not working. they are, they are not part of my body. i was not able to cope of the oxygen mask while they have put and i was really feeling helpless. i said, there is no point in living though, because i can't cope of a discretion. i left a message to my eldest cousin, brother that i'm not going to stay away. i think the lot is going to be my last day . each day he could hear people screaming with pain and discomfort. and each the he saw some one dying. we both knew he was fighting this infection at the time when
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the entire city was struggling hard to cope with it. it was his 2 children. he says, who gave him the cottage he needed the 1st feeling that was bare with me. 247 was the feel. feel of losing him. you want to return back to normal. you just want to see with 4 members of your family together on the dining table. clinical says the experience with their father and the site they saw at the hospital. have made all of them stronger as a family was covered by is more tougher than the covert thing. i'm really finding it very difficult to cope with me. the recovery time because there's already one month, there's already one month. i'm not able to walk even the 10th of capital. 30 people doctors are telling it will take 6 plus one small slow step at a time. he's trying to move towards full recovery. but with every task still
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a challenge. he knows it will take a long time. can you limit colby as a professor of cognitive newest kind of tree and joint says from copenhagen university hospital. patients like the one in our report and suffer from cognitive impairment half a year after recovering from cobit. how often does that actually occur though? because the general lumber we found was 75 percent, which sounds extremely high. this is a very good question. so studies so far show quite varying results. we've conducted a study university hospital in copenhagen, where we found that 65 percent of people who been hospitalized with cobit continue to show cognitive difficulties, full month after that hospital discharge. this was quite a small study, but still it is consistent with other studies in the field. so generally studies show that over half of patients who've been hospitalized continued to show
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cognitive impairments after them recovery. and i guess you won't have that much data on this, but it was asking how much longer could that sort of thing go on for, for these patients. so we don't know yet because it's a very new illness and we've only started recently to study the long term effect of co beat on cognition. so that based on our study and also other studies in the field that show quite consistent findings, we think that at least up to 6 months, that's that, that these companies, it can last up to 6 months. but we currently conducted follow up studies of the same patients for one year after they got this, josh, and i know that other research groups are doing the same, so hopefully we can give a better answer to that very soon. what sort of other patterns are evident? in patients in your studies so regarding the patterns of cognitive impairments we have found and this is also quite consistent with other
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studies in the field. we found that it's mainly verbal memory. so the ability to remember words, as well as concentration and planning abilities that seem to be affected. now it's was noting that the cognitive functions after cobit a highly variable, and actually there is a large proportion of people who don't have any cognitive impairments after they've recovered from cobit and so our findings only, you know, they only representative of people been hospitalized. and even in these people, one 3rd or up to one half or at least one 3rd, i have no comments if difficulties but, but those who have cognitive difficulties, they do have memory problems, concentration difficulties planning difficulties. and this is, if we look at the brain, this is mainly related to the frontal dope and campus where the hebrew campus has a structure and the brain that is really, really important for memory formation. and it's also very sensitive to oxygen.
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starvation could be a logical reason why we fought for these difficult that we see in these aspects of, of cognition and what are the problems associated with, with these impairments. so again, this is something that we only just beginning to study. and in our study, we found that that the cognitive impairments were related to a greater degree of anxiety and depression, and also to problems with functioning at work and also poor quality of life. but we don't really know what the direction of these relations, what the direction is. so it could be on one hand that depression is causing the cognitive problems. we know that from, from, for example, patients who have depression, that they also have cognitive problems. so those symptoms can cause cognitive problems. on the other hand, we also know that if you have cognitive difficulties and difficulties with
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functioning in your daily life, then this can also cause stress and depression and anxiety. so we don't really know what the direction of this, of this relation is of this association, just that they seem to co exist and also influencing each other. and what we know about the prevalence of these types of complications of acute illness from cobit. so the prevalence of, of cognitive impairments at this 1st cross study. so we've conducted studies in the study in hospitalized people. so the more severe cases and these findings not really applicable to a broader category of people who've had cobit, we know from several studies that the severity of illness seems to be related to a greater risk of long term cognitive impairments. so that people with mild illnesses seem to not be at risk. so much poor for these kinds of complications.
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lastly, but definitely not least what, what sort of therapies or counter measures can be taken? this is the $1000000.00 question and we are all wanting to study this. so i'm not aware of any treatment that has been shown to be effective yet based on research. but we are currently looking into this several research groups that are investigating this and also until then until we have an evidence based treatment for cognitive impairments in these patients. clinical psychologist applying techniques from other diseases. so for example, traumatic brain injury where people also have cognitive problems. so they use, for example, comments if we have the taishan techniques and so on. so we will just have to wait and see whether these methods also effective for cognitive impairments after coo it coming to the school we copenhagen university hospital. thank you very much. thank
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you. and here's a question. i've been asking myself about immunizing as i had no reaction from either of my shots. over to derek williams. oh, not having any side effects after vaccination. mean you have a weak immune system. oh, this is a great question because it's about much more than the immune system. it's also about the ecology of immunization, which i've experienced in an up close and personal way. i had 0 side effects after either dose of my messenger r n a vaccine. my orange didn't even really hurt close family members, on the other hand, were, were pretty uncomfortable afterwards with chills and fever, and headaches and fatigue. really, the whole 9 yards they moaned about the side effects of course,
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but they were actually almost happy to feel as lousy as they did. because for them, it meant the vaccine was working and they were kind of concerned for me and maybe even felt slightly superior because i didn't have any. after bracing myself for the worst, i admit that i felt a little let down and maybe maybe even a little bit worried that somehow my immune system was getting something wrong. but all the experts say, i shouldn't worry. the truth is, we don't really know why some immune systems go into overdrive briefly after vaccination. and others just seem to kind of coast through it the interactions between all of the different elements of the immune system or so convoluted. that knowledge is compare vividly to, to all of spaghetti. but as far as we can tell,
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experiencing powerful side effects after vaccination is mostly about how your own personal immune system works rather than about how effective the vaccine as, as a broad rule of thumb, women and younger people experience side effects more often than, than men and elderly people do and, and more people have them after the 2nd shot than after the 1st. but if like me, you didn't feel a thing afterwards. don't sweat at all. the evidence we have indicates strongly that you're just as well protected as someone who had a miserable couple of days. mm. thank you, derek. now i'm feeling better. thanks for watching. stay safe as you again. so the the
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