So, what's your attitude about the vaccine? Getting it/not getting it? Tell me what you think. Are you required where you work/live?
I've had both mine as have almost all my family and friends (AZ/Pfizer) - my brother had both his back in January because he's NHS. I had mild flu-like symptoms for a day - as did one son but that's all - no one's grown two heads. As the UK stands at the moment, I don't think anyone - Gov or employee - can enforce it but I suspect regulation / coercion will come in some shape or other. TBH, I'm guessing much of it will come down to something as mundane as insurance. Brighton Pride's been called off because they couldn't get (cancellation?) insurance.So, what's your attitude about the vaccine? Getting it/not getting it? Tell me what you think. Are you required where you work/live?
One of my twins has had both (AZ) - the other has yet to have his first. I'm not entirely sure whether they're identical but they're different in personalities. I'll wait and see what the result is if the second twin has the AZ. My mother had the Pfizer and had nothing other than a sore arm with the second jab. Believe me, my mother is neurotic about her health...if there'd been the slightest symptom she'd have grasped it with both hands. I'm the opposite and was adamant I wasn't going to experience any side effects - I was wrong.My mother is a twin (claims identical, but I don't see it!) and was fine, but her sister was ill with it, which does make me wonder why some people react but others don't.
We never shut down completely where I live. I've been getting dental work, going to medical appointments, shopping in stores, visiting with friends. We've even had a party. Everyone is socially distanced, wearing masks, we limited our group, and have rearranged the house to accommodate Covid precautions.I really want to go out to eat streetfood . I want to go to India . I need a buttload of dental work . I want these things pretty bad . I'll take whatever jabs will get me there , boosters , the full monty .
Normally I would agree with this, but quite a few people died after the vaccine not far from here. That elevated the risk level considerably for me. I don't owe society that much, but I will continue to wear my mask and isolate as much as possible since I am not getting it.I think this is one of those times when you have to make your decision based on what is best for society not just yourself.
Any we don't need we can put on Ebay. Someone's got to pay for that wallpaper. 😄Still not sure though why we have ordered 360m doses for a country of 65m when there are other countries struggling to get hold of enough doses
Lots of people died after having the vaccine - FDA requires healthcare providers report any death after COVID-19 vaccination to VAERS. It doesn't necessarily mean they died from the vaccine. Same here (though we give them a yellow card, which probably means we're arguing over the video replay 😒). That said, I think there's a diminishing return if you're under 35. Don't you have the choice of vaccines? AZ/Johnson seem to be the ones that figure most strongly in the blood clots with low platelets scenario. Can't you chose Pfizer or Moderna? I think the UK's giving a choice to under 40s.but quite a few people died after the vaccine not far from here. That elevated the risk level considerably for me.