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    13th May 2021, 02:33 PM
    were the two different polio vaccines completely different technologies? that is what I believe to be in question here. mNRA vs. other. As you said, one would presume you could mix and match between AZ and Johnson and Johnson or moderna and Pfizer etc. as they are the same technology
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    13th May 2021, 10:36 AM
    With news this morning regarding Moderna contract. Greg Hunt and Brendan Murphy reconfirmed that there is already enough doses of Pfizer for everyone if they choose to wait, and even more so nor Moderna is on the table. Brendan Murphy confirmed that they do not currently now whether you can mix and match, but there is currently no known medical reason why this could not be the case. He also confirmed there are currently trials of this being carried out in UK. Greg hunt eluded to the...
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    12th May 2021, 12:28 PM
    Thanks both. hanging a picture did cross my mind, but the edge is only about 100mm from the corner. Having said that the previous owner had one hanging over the front of the unit when we bought the place :) it was about 150mm off the wall. (picture hangin in the far right corner) I suppose I was hoping that i could pack out the new piece of plasterboard to be flush with the wallpaper, tape and mud.
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    12th May 2021, 11:06 AM
    what about a sliding barn door. if the door was fitted to the exterior the door could hang below the tiled area, stopping water getting in? ...
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    10th May 2021, 07:50 PM
    In one of the more recent press conferences (within the past month), i think it was Greg Hunt who was asked explicitly, "if someone doesnt want to have the AZ vaccine because of the known risks but they fall within a group phase that is currently being offered only AZ, can they wait for the pfizer?" to which Greg Hunt said, "yes they can, but they will be waiting longer." So I took from that, for those who wish to wait until all groups have been offered their vaccinating (plus an...
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    10th May 2021, 05:47 PM
    Discrimination (how you describe it) is based clearly based on providing the highest efficacy/better vaccine to those who are more in need, which are those who have a higher risk of dying from covid as well as those who provide a service to those who contract covid. The government have been quite open (at least after explicitly asked by journo's) that everyone can have the pfizer vaccine if they so wish, but will have to wait longer.
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    10th May 2021, 03:17 PM
    I've recently removed an old through wall heater/cooler and need to close up the hole that's been left. Under normal circumstances I believe you would frame the cavity, fit plaster flush with wall, tape, mud etc. However, the wall has (at least) two layers of wall paper and I'm unsure whether its suitable to still follow the normal process but just set the plasterboard flush with the wallpaper rather than the raw plasterboard. The original patterned wallpaper has all been painted over...
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    10th May 2021, 11:20 AM
    Without going into details I wouldn't have technically been eligible for either jab prior to leaving so took what I could get. And I am sure that, Australia with their super risk averse approach, will allow those who have previously received a lower efficacy jab to get a higher efficacy jab
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    10th May 2021, 11:08 AM
    i have an imminent trip overseas and wanted to ensure I had at least "some" protection for this trip - based on the reasons and destination of travel.
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    10th May 2021, 10:50 AM
    Had my first dose of AZ (aged 35). Weighed up the risks and didn't see the issue.
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    21st Apr 2021, 06:58 PM
    This is my go to after trying them. Use them in gyprock and horsehair. Used for several heavy pieces of artwork like photoprints on stone with hardwood frame
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    19th Apr 2021, 02:46 PM
    That's not only how targeted advertising works. On facebook, you can essentially target any group of people - wide or select. for example just an age group, or as specific as a tool. It could also be that the solar companies are targeting a region where they have seen a disproportionate uptake in your region for solar - or maybe renewables as a whole? Unfortunately the "targeted" is more for the advertiser rather than you. You just fall within the criteria set by the companies. This...
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