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15 hours ago, newsmike said:

Please do not offer medical advice.

Saying that something is a socially responsible thing to do is a general statement, not a medical advice.

Vaccines do reduce the number of deaths and hospitalizations in the overall population, and in that sense, getting vaccinated is the responsible thing to do, to help the society as a whole.

Of course, individuals should seek advice from their doctor if they're unsure (plus, in my country, when you come to get your jab, a doctor asks you a bunch of questions first, and if there's anything suspicious, you don't get a jab).

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1 hour ago, catwriter said:

Of course, individuals should seek advice from their doctor

I agree with that. The part about it being someone's responsibility, while long term health effects are unknown seems irresponsible in my opinion. 

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So far no vaccination for me.
For some reason the vaccination process is extreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeemely slow in Japan, and while some are desperately trying to get the shot ASAP,
others are like me: I'll get it when it's available. To be honest I'm not in a hurry at all and despite what I hear/see on TV about the vaccine being effective and the data to prove it etc,  I don't feel comfortable and I don't plan on getting it anytime soon. Even when it does become available I might not get it.

No, I don't believe in those silly conspiracy theories like getting microchipped, getting autism, not being able to get pregnant ( I did see an interview of this UK doctor who did say that after several experiments on rats he saw some abnormal numbers in the ovaries but also clearly states he does not know what that means, I'm guessing the whole pregnant thingy came from there), getting your DNA changed and turning into Captain America etc, etc.
It's nothing political/religious, it's simply "I have doubts and I do not feel comfortable." I don't know how it is in other countries but recently in Japan, 390 doctors got together and expressed their doubts towards the vaccine. I'm sure people might have a few things they want to say to them, but that's what actually happened.
Even if those doctors didn't speak up, I'm sure I'd still have doubts. I guess I'm just a suspicious person.

But again it's not available yet to me anyway, I have no idea when it will be, so there's nothing I can do.
I'll continue living like a hermit and do everything online and try my best to stay safe. Whatever each person's opinion may be about the vaccine and COVID in general, I hope you all stay safe. I really do mean this.

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On 8/9/2021 at 1:21 PM, ranjan_deb said:

So the thing is, I have yet to get vaccinated, but I hear rumors that side effects of Covid-19 vaccine is a real thing. Which is why, I would love to know some first hand experience from the vaccinated people themselves.

well u need to have a strong immunity system that is , in the end immunity is the only real weapon to defeat viruses, u can have consultation with me if u want

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On 8/9/2021 at 7:11 PM, newsmike said:

It will be several years before the long term effects such as cancer rates, infertility rates and birth defects are known. Also, remember some people did not survive the shot, so they cannot respond. Glad you are researching.

well i agree its  the safest is to have a good immunity system by living a healthy lifestyle period

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On 8/9/2021 at 8:27 PM, catwriter said:

Got AstraZeneca, mild fever after the first dose (went after a few hours), strong headache (went after a few hours and a walk, no meds were needed), chills for a couple of hours, weakness for a few days... After the second dose, symptoms were mild.

In other words, yes, side effects are a real thing, but not even close to COVID-19 (especially if someone you love could die from it), so I'm glad I got vaccinated, and I'd do it again if needed.

Plus it's the socially responsible thing to do.

well keeping ur immunity at best is the real power against viruses or any other disease

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On 8/9/2021 at 11:46 PM, newsmike said:

I think we have to be careful about one group of people deciding what is "responsible" for others. Especially when people with no medical credentials feel comfortable telling others to take a still unapproved jab. Not everyone can take it, just look at the people who have buried loved ones who died after massive blood clots and other negative reactions. Not everything should be made political. This is not like driving a Prius and feling somehow entitled to pass judgement on the decisions of others. I won't tell anyone to take it or not to take it. That is between you and your doctor. 

nice response love it

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On 8/10/2021 at 12:29 AM, coerdelion said:

I took astrazenica with no side effects.  #3 child has had first pfizer jab - had a sore arm for the rest of the day. 

Currently, 95% covid hospitalisations are unvaccinated adults.  98% of covid deaths are unvaccinated adults.

We're in a pandemic - vaccination is the responsible thing to do.  Covid doesn't care what your politics are.

I still wear a mask when out and about.

 

well i would say good immunity is the key for viruses

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On 8/10/2021 at 2:04 AM, lenasemenkova said:

I had a girl in my high school drop unconscious right in front of me after getting a shot of some vaccine (don’t remember which one it was). It was decades ago but the image has stuck with me. So I’m not the bravest person when it comes to vaccines but I got the first shot and it was fine. They say the second shot can be more... eventful in terms of side effects. We’ll have to see about that.

My parents, aunts and uncles are all 60+, some of them are cancer survivors. They all went through pretty severe covid symptoms with hospitalisations and oxygen involved. They all got vaccinated as soon as it became available. No side effects. Although, I suspect that comparing to being hospitalised, some mild fever wouldn’t be a big enough deal to mention. They claim to be doing great, though. 

so that the best thing is to have very good immunity system 

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17 hours ago, zeus777 said:

So far no vaccination for me.
For some reason the vaccination process is extreeeeeeeeeeeeeeeemely slow in Japan, and while some are desperately trying to get the shot ASAP,
others are like me: I'll get it when it's available. To be honest I'm not in a hurry at all and despite what I hear/see on TV about the vaccine being effective and the data to prove it etc,  I don't feel comfortable and I don't plan on getting it anytime soon. Even when it does become available I might not get it.

No, I don't believe in those silly conspiracy theories like getting microchipped, getting autism, not being able to get pregnant ( I did see an interview of this UK doctor who did say that after several experiments on rats he saw some abnormal numbers in the ovaries but also clearly states he does not know what that means, I'm guessing the whole pregnant thingy came from there), getting your DNA changed and turning into Captain America etc, etc.
It's nothing political/religious, it's simply "I have doubts and I do not feel comfortable." I don't know how it is in other countries but recently in Japan, 390 doctors got together and expressed their doubts towards the vaccine. I'm sure people might have a few things they want to say to them, but that's what actually happened.
Even if those doctors didn't speak up, I'm sure I'd still have doubts. I guess I'm just a suspicious person.

But again it's not available yet to me anyway, I have no idea when it will be, so there's nothing I can do.
I'll continue living like a hermit and do everything online and try my best to stay safe. Whatever each person's opinion may be about the vaccine and COVID in general, I hope you all stay safe. I really do mean this.

it is a good thing to be cautious, besides keep ur immunity high all the time, thats how u defeat a virus

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On 8/9/2021 at 10:30 PM, newsmike said:

Yes buy stock in big pharma and don't take medical advice from the fiverr forum. We still haven't killed the "stay online always" rumors, so there's that.

Agree, know the different Vaccines, those produced in China, India and Russia use traditional Vaccine methods. They are inexpensive and effective, as is many preventative measures to avoid serious symptoms CoVid

 

In USA the mRNA is considered "Experimental" so do your own research not here or otherwise on safe considerations.

 

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Getting my second jab in a couple of days! I'm expecting a third arm and four more eyes, so that I can work more effectively. A mouth on a tail so I can do two voice-overs at the same time would be considered a bonus. Finger's crossed! 

Side effects from the first jab: sore arm. 

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I got two shots of the Pfizer vaccine.

After the first shot, I didn’t feel anything at all for the rest of the day surprisingly. But then the next day, the upper part of my arm felt sore. It wasn’t too bad, but it was a pain to move it around. The second day, the pain decreased by a lot, so it was less of a pain to move it around. By the third day I barely felt the soreness, so all was good.

After the second shot, I didn’t feel anything at all for the rest of the day again. The next day I had a runny nose, sore throat, and I felt really tired. I didn’t exactly have a fever, but my temperature was in the 37.3-37.7 (99.1-99.9) degrees Celsius stage. All the symptoms lasted the whole day. The next day, my temperature was gone but I still had a runny nose and sore throat. The third day, my nose was almost not runny while I still had the sore throat. The fourth day, everything was almost all good again.

That was my experience with the COVID-19 vaccine. Even though the symptoms suck, I highly recommend you get the vaccine, as it is better than getting COVID-19.  

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