I’m continuing to follow science when it comes to protecting myself from getting COVID-19.
I got the latest booster last month. Arm was a little sore the next day so tennis was a no-go, but I could still sit at my desk and work. So, not much of a negative reaction; and I’m someone who has a phobia of needles.
Apparently, my fear of a deadly virus is more pronounced, thus the reason to get inoculated. More than 1 million people in the United States have died from this virus. That’s not a statistic I want to join.
I’m sure people can come up with plenty of good reasons not to get boosted, though I’m guessing I probably wouldn’t agree with most. What still amazes me is people call the vaccines gene therapy. That is a lie; with this being a good story laying out the facts.
While I’m not a big fan of going to doctors, I have done a pretty good job with keeping up with vaccines and the big checkups—colonoscopy, mammograms, etc.
Yes, I know it’s still possible to get COVID even if one is vaccinated. But did you know no vaccine is 100% effective? Even so, I still believe in vaccines.
I’m increasing my odds of not getting this virus or any other disease from which I’m inoculated against. With COVID, I’m also reducing the likelihood I would need hospitalization or die if I were to contract the virus.
I’m super happy to know I am fully vaccinated against COVID-19. I just wish more people were.
I agree with your logic and approach! I did the same thing. After hearing about a friend getting really sick with the flu this year, I also received my first flu shot ever… it may not prevent me from getting the flu or COVID (of which I’ve had neither in last few years), but I sure hope it keeps symptoms mild and reduces the ability for me to spread it to anyone.
I agree and challenged in taking any sides
now that it’s been verified the Wuhan coronavirus lab was doctoring the coronavirus to the point where the human immune system couldn’t fight it …funded by Fauci and the US government
So why would we fund this knowing there’s a risk it could get out of the lab ?
why do we fuck with nature like this and expect no consequences ?
and I can’t say that I have 100% confidence in the pharmaceutical industry‘s motives goals or incentives from the stockholders standpoint
private companies always a conflict of interest between profit and purpose
Pfizer is now going after all illegal and legal growers driving the market of marijuana down so they can take it over?
I am vaccinated, grateful for vaccines I think they definitely have saved lives my daughters a doctor I am not against preventative measures but if you go to the root of how we got here we have lost our alignment with nature to the point where we have to do to mitigate that misalignment
the more we fuck with nature the more we will have consequences and some people in the middle will benefit and many will die