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Several days later, however, the company issued another press release including additional data that showed the vaccine is 76% efficacious in protecting people from disease.
In the trial, the two-dose shot—developed by the British-Swedish multinational pharmaceutical company in conjunction with Oxford University—was also 100% efficacious in protecting people from severe symptoms and hospitalization from the disease.
The first dose of the Moderna shot was 92% efficacious after two weeks.
Some have already raised questions about Johnson & Johnson’s preliminary results, asking why people would take a vaccine that’s only 72 percent efficacious in the United States when the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are 95 percent efficacious.
The funny thing about a global pandemic is that you don’t have a control group, so we won’t ever know exactly how efficacious it was.
If you think of influenza vaccines, they are around 50% efficacious.
He inclines to the use of the tepid bath, as likely to be the most generally efficacious.
I know not how to offer advice, and I am incapable of giving any efficacious help.
I can say from experience, that it is a powerful sudorific, and very efficacious in a cold.
However much the theologian may believe in prayer, he cannot deny that it is less efficacious than action.

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