My question was to your following claim delf.
From the trials, it's clear that if you're in the 5%, the illness is likely to be considerably less severe than if you weren't vaccinated.
Direct me to your source on that claim as that is news to me.
Johnny - the US FDA announced it a few days ago:
Nope, you are wrong on that claim too..
Pfizer's chief executive has said that it could have 30 to 40 million doses of the vaccine before the end of the year, enough for 15 to 20 million people to get an initial shot and a booster three weeks later.Published six days ago.
Your source delf said the following.
It stated in big bold letters right at the top of the page, "Experts are happy about the early protection, but still stress the importance of getting both doses."
Now regarding your other original claim that you so cleverly side stepped with a re-direct.
From the trials, it's clear even if you're in the 5%, the illness is likely to be considerably less severe than if you weren't vaccinated.