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Wondering if you got the vaccine.
I will get it when it is available to me, because I actually give a shit about people who aren't me.
Seems that's a novel idea here, so far...
I would also like it, whenever Australia gets around to actually starting the programme.
I suppose we're not really a priority right now since we've not really properly had covid, but I am looking forward to us all getting it so that I can go and visit family again.
Rollout started today. My cousin's an ICU nurse who has been working with covid patients. She gets her first tomorrow.
Abc news site had a prediction thing to estimate when you might be able to get one based on your age/health etc.
I can’t get it soon enough, but apparently even though I’m a key worker I still don’t get prioritised.
“Come into work! Come into contact with dozens of people each day! Wait you want to be fast tracked to get vaccinated due to your increased risk? Screw you!”
Not really I am perfectly fine.
Had covid, antibodies are normally good for 5 to 6 months or more. 2nd time getting covid normally not as severe.
Vaccine, they're not sure about but they think it's good for around 6 months, however no one knows what the long term effects are of either. We are just now learning of possible long term effects of vaccines used in the 1960s & 70s.
Yes I know there are exceptions to everything but remember the vaccines are only about 85 to 95% effective. If you get the vaccine your not even considered an exception just one of the 10% it didn't work for.
If I hadn't all ready had it, I would seriously consider it though.
I would definitely consider it. While it's true that the second time isn't usually as severe, there are exceptions. A local woman got it twice. The first time was like the flu and the second time randomly damn near killed her. She also completely insanely got it again only like two months after the first time though (absurd I know) so the temporal proximity might have made the second time so bad as her body still wasn't really fully back up to speed.
Getting the 2nd dose this Tuesday.
Id rather get covid than get the vaccine
The ol fashioned way
Yup, I'm 99% sure I already had it tho.
Yeah me too happened last march. Plus I'm a early 20 something. Covid was just bad for one day.
I just had trouble jogging for a day and coughed for about 3
My wife was pretty bad for 2 weeks tho and my son threw up. I guess everyone is different. I thought it wasnt as bad as tje flu
I had some crappy breathing during the night... though oddly enough taking cannibus helped through that.
So I've been immune to it for almost a year yet I still have to wear a mask. As well as in some retarded areas wearing two masks.
I actually fully support the people who are against vaccines not vaccinating.
I am not getting it. I can't even get the flu shot without getting a fever and vomiting all over the place. I also come from a family of asthmatics and I work two jobs right now. So I really can not afford to miss work.
Being asthmatic might be the best reason you have to get it; asthma plus COVID-19 will fuck your world up.
I'm not sure if I should get the vaccine, or not but I have recieved a letter from my healthcare provider offering it to me.
You’re picking between a vaccine and a ventilator.
I also love this meme depicting someone with a tube shoved down their throat that says, "Tell me more about how uncomfortable that mask really was."
Well, I'm not on a ventilator yet. Yeah, I probably should see about getting a vaccine, because I'm probably a little a risk. Is high blood pressure one of the risk factors?
Yes, high blood pressure is considered a risk factor. If you live in NY state and have high blood pressure you can get the vaccine with a note from your doctor.
I have a doctor's appointment scheduled for Wednesday afternoon, but I'm really tempted to reschedule to be completely honest.
I already have my note & my vaccine appointment is scheduled for Thursday.
I havent got a vaccine for anything since I Was like 14 so I see no reason to do it now.
Ah I think you need to reup your tetanus shot dont you?
Nah I don't suck on rusty nails so I should be good.
I got my first dose on February 5th.
A few days prior, management gathered us and said our Target store teamed up with some nearby medical place to get vaccines for us. When we signed up, we had to pick what day was good for us. There were only 40 vaccines, so it was first come, first serve. There were only 38 employees in the building that day because everyone else called out due to the snowstorm that was raging outside, so pretty much everyone that actually came that day got one.
I'm due for my second dose on March 5th.
Wait till its my turn
Not a chance in hell.
No, i got the virus 8 months ago.
I’m not getting it. I’m 19 years old and healthy, offering it to people like me is a blatant waste of tax payer money (it’s offered on the NHS here) and I disagree with the measures to combat Covid-19, it’s a flu like virus that’s only fatal to the elderly/immuno-compromised, just let natural selection take its course and go for herd immunity, no vaccines, restrictions or lockdowns.
The best part is that there's no evidence that the restrictions or lockdowns even work, just that it "seems to make sense that they do"
If it wasnt for the news blasting this stuff all the time nobody would even know "covid" existed.
Well it's impossible to tell how the alternate universe america that didnt do lockdowns fared.
Yes conventional logic would say that lockdowns generally equal less cases. But shouldn't be done like this due to economic destabilization and inflation.
The media made things 1000x worse.
The enemy was never Covid, but the fear mongers and the lockdown pushers.
The people pulling the strings of the governments of the world are the enemy.
This will go on until people stop complying.
I got my does last friday. I was somehow lucky and the system let me get in at tier 1b even though Im at least 1c. I work in education, but im not an educator
I'm waiting a little longer but will get it eventually.
No, I have no frikkin' clue, man.
I'm getting my 2nd dose of the vaccine tomorrow! Being a caretaker I was able to be able to get it sooner than other ppl my age.
I don't think anyone in the world is fully vaccinated yet are they? Most people are still to recieve a first dose and those who have been given the vaccine have only had it once...
No I didn't get it and I still don't. I mean, how safe (in the long term) are any vaccines developed rapidly?
I wish I could get it. Won't be available until summertime. Our state government is exceptionally inefficient.
Ill get it when i can. prolly gonna be a while.
No, there is really no point in getting the vaccine. Fauci insists we must still wear mask (or 2 or 3, because he loves moving the damn goal post, which obviously concludes masks are ineffective because why the hell do we need 2?) and social distance even after your vaccinated. The fact nothing will go back to normal after the vaccine, the fact we need 2 shots instead of 1 is similar to Fauci's response on mask wearing, "if you want to ensure you're fully protected, try 2 or 3, it's just common sense", the fact it took less than a year to develop when normally vaccines take 8 to 10 years to develop, the fact we don't know the long term effects from this vaccine, the fact many doctors and nurses REFUSING the vaccine raises a lot of red flags. They claim it's a 94-95% success rate, but your chances of surviving Covid is over 99%. I see no point in this vaccine. So, if someone can explain to me why taking this vaccine (without being an asshole) tell me why this is a good idea and why I and everyone should take it? How did Hank Aaron die after receiving it? Is there a sinister plan for depopulating the Earth in order to combat climate change? Or am I just a crazy conspiracy theorist? I'd like to challenge any pro-vaxers to address my concerns for this vaccine.
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