What are everyone thoughts on the vaccine for covid? Who is going to take it?
I will. I have read the studies. Id rather take it than have covid. It only is the RNA from the covid-19 virus. It isnt a live virus. They developed the technology to isolate the messenger RNA years ago. They just put that technology to use on this particular virus. So I am not very concerned about it being "rushed". Anyone can have an allergic reaction to a vaccine. Usually an allergic reaction can be handled and the immunity for the virus would remain.
Well last night my job offer the nurses the vaccine and not many said yes.
I am NOT! My sister is fighting for her life! Flu shot and post covic!
However, I do think that if we choose not to take it; we will be isolated!
Sounds farfetched, so did "stay at home" orders!
It's praying time!
I got my 1st shot. No issues. My 2nd dose is on the 26th.
I had read an article today that 2 people in Britain with a history of significant allergic reactions responded adversely but they have since recovered. At first Britain health officials were saying to avoid it if you have significant allergic reaction to vaccine, medicine or food but now they are saying if you have a food allergy you're not more at risk meanwhile US officials said that people with known severe allergic reactions may not be candidates until they find out what is causing these adverse reactions... this worries me because it doesn't seem ready it is too uncertain to me