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This article: webmd.com/vaccines/covid-19-va

and this article:
dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9

Are both based on a preprint paper, which has been updated since, and the update directly invalidates the claim in the news articles:
medrxiv.org/content/10.1101/20

What do you think the chances are of these outlets updating their reporting?

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@khm Those articles look like they were written by GPT-3 or something.

@cancel They've got human names attached to 'em, anyway. I've sent emails to see if they were interested in updated study results: radio silence.

@khm Hey, they're over a month old. I mean, nobody can even remember back that far. They basically never happened, right?

@cancel lost, in the mists of time. Even if the text were to be recovered it's probably written in Sanskrit or something, who can tell

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