Ask and ye shall receive...I would absolutely be more inclined to fly on an airline that requred all passengers to be vaccinated. IMO those that do require it should advertise it and make it their competitive advantage.
Probably won't affect the erBB flat earthers. They'd never risk flying towards the edges.It’s a rule Australian-based airline Qantas Airways announced it will implement with all passengers traveling internationally. The airline’s CEO, Alan Joyce, said the airline will require all international travelers to prove they’ve received their COVID-19 vaccines before boarding their planes.
“We think that is a necessity,” Joyce said in an interview.
Qantas is not alone. The International Air Transportation Association, a trade association that represents the world’s airlines, is developing a phone app travelers could use to prove they’ve received their COVID-19 vaccines."
funny how all the anti-good for you medicine people have no problem scarfing down industrially processed food, mickyDs, and processed sugar in all its abundant forms.
Processed white sugar, the worse possible drug ever created by man.
The tech they allowed to be used to create the M-RNA vaccines using crispr will spark a whole revolution in the medicines to come.
It's "agile development" implemented in medical research.
Microsoft's " let's put the software in the wild and let our users do our QA for us" strategy now adopted throughout tech.
Yeah, the potential is incredible.The tech they allowed to be used to create the M-RNA vaccines using crispr will spark a whole revolution in the medicines to come.
As a software architect who has watched agility evolve from a set of valid principles into something very much like a religion, let me just say that I find the notion of agile biotech more than a trifle unsettling.It's "agile development" implemented in medical research.
Pretty dumb comment, even for you. People who are at risk can get a vaccine and be protected but will still spread the virus. It doesn't prevent infection, it only prevents people from dying from it or having complications. If you're worried about COVID or at-risk, get the vaccine.
The mRNA ones are created using a faster process, to be sure, but Moderna and Pfizer were also in neck-and-neck competition to be what's called "first to market" in the tech world. This usually means testing is cut short for customers who don't care such as the innovators and early adopters, as explained by Moore in his classic, "Crossing the Chasm":But mRNA is a tricky technology. Several major pharmaceutical companies have tried and abandoned the idea, struggling to get mRNA into cells without triggering nasty side effects.
Bancel has repeatedly promised that Moderna’s new therapies will change the world, but the company has refused to publish any data on its mRNA vehicles, sparking skepticism from some scientists and a chiding from the editors of Nature.
Academics are clueless:LOL. There *might* be some that don't fit into this binary categorization.