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    Please help with this sentences

    Can anyone help me understand this sentence.

    'There is no such thing as a "perfect" vaccine which protects everyone who receives it AND is entirely safe for everyone.'
    Which one is the correct form if it was from 2 sentences.
    1. There is no such thing as perfect vaccine which protects everyone who receives it .
    And
    2. There is entirely safe for everyone.

    OR.

    1. There is no such thing as perfect vaccine which protects everyone who receives it
    And
    2. There is no such thing it is entirely safe for everyone.

    Please help. I am really confused. I had other example yesterday but I could not remember the sentences now.

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    Re: Please help with this sentences

    A vaccine that is perfect for everyone does not exist.
    A vaccine that is entirely safe for everyone does not exist.

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    Re: Please help with this sentences

    There is no vaccine which is perfect, provides full protection and is entirely safe.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Please help with this sentences

    'No vaccine is perfect and entirely safe for everyone.'

    No a teacher.

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