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Video Shows Mishap During COVID-19 Vaccination Of El Paso Nurses 
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https://kfoxtv.com/news/coronavirus/video-shows-mishap-during-covid-19-vaccination-of-el-paso-nurses
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WARNING: This is mainstream media. Mainstream tends to mislead, misinform, mispresent or lie. So the information may or may not be accurate.
A mishap took place while a University of Medical Center nurse was vaccinated for COVID-19 Tuesday. While watching the footage of the first five nurses receiving the vaccine, KFOX14 noticed a discrepancy when the second nurse went to be vaccinated. Take a closer look at the video footage a KFOX14 photojournalist captured during the public vaccination event Tuesday. Video captured by a KFOX14 photojournalist during the public vaccination event of the first El Paso nurses at University Me...
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Date 2020-12-16
 
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Thousands Of Canadians Have Recovered From COVID-19. Do They Need The Vaccine? -... 
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https://globalnews.ca/news/7527941/already-had-covid-19-need-vaccine/
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WARNING: This is mainstream media. Mainstream tends to mislead, misinform, mispresent or lie. So the information may or may not be accurate.
MAINSTREAM article summary -> "Rare as reinfection may be, it proves that coronavirus reinfection is possible, experts say." Nearly 400,000 Canadians who contracted COVID-19 have recovered - and that's just those officially reported. While there is a growing body of research that suggests antibodies can be present for months after infection, experts agree it's still important to get the vaccine. "Just because you got infected, doesn't mean you're immune," said Raywat Deonandan, an epidemiol...
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Date 2020-12-17