I had Covid at the end of Feb. 2020. Couple days of mild fever, flu-like symptoms, a little bit of coughing, and then DONE. My co-workers are reporting worse symptoms from vaccine reactions than what I had from covid.
I will not be taking the experimental gene modification therapy that is labeled as a "vaccine" for legal purposes. These are not a "vaccine" in any traditional sense.
There are plenty, plenty of documented adverse reactions to the covid vaccines, and 3,000 deaths at last check, recorded in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, aka VAERS. Some say that only about 1% of the events and deaths get reported in VAERS. If you've taken one of the vaccines and had an adverse reaction, consider reporting it to VAERS. See https://vaers.hhs.gov/
Here is the story of several people working in the medical field who got the "vaccine" and then were abandoned and then attacked by the system when they reported adverse effects they believed were directly caused by getting the shot. You won't find this type of discussion on "censored" platforms like FB, Twit, and YT.
Story here: https://rumble.com/vgbhxl-they-dont-wan ... ke-us.html
* If you have an adverse reaction, will your insurance company pay your medical expenses for issues that resulted from taking an "experimental" vaccine? In many cases, the answer is "NO".
* If the vaccine cripples or kills you, can you/your next of kin sue the pharma company? NO.
* Have the vaccines been "approved" by the FDA? NO. The "approval" is "emergency use", during the declared "state of emergency" and most of the normally required testing process has been skipped, including animal testing and human testing longer than single digit months.
* What are your actual risks of dying from Covid? If under 50, the survival rate is 99.98%. A lot of us here are over 50, and at that point, underlying conditions start factoring in more. Still, under 70, the survival rate is 99.5%.
Risk of dying from covid vs. risks of experimental vaccines... I'll take my chances with covid. Beat it soundly once, ready to whup it if it dares show up on my doorstep again.
The main arguments for taking the vaccine seem to be emotional arguments, masquerading as science. "Be virtuous, take the vaccine!" "Protect others, take the vaccine!"
If you emotionally feel the experimental "vaccines" are safe and effective, and you feel you want to take it, feel free to roll the dice for YOU, but leave ME the hell out of it. If these "vaccines" work for you, why the hell do you care if others take them or not? However, the problem is that many "breakthrough" cases and deaths are being reported where "vaccinated" people got covid after getting the jab, including plenty who subsequently died. The "protection" aspect of getting the jab doesn't seem as ironclad as the media and pharma interestes are trying to make it sound.
The other problem with taking "vaccines" is that the therapeutics against covid are excellent, especially now that enough medical practitioners understand when and how to use them. Why take a risk on an experimental genetic-manipulation "vaccine" when the non-vax therapies are so safe and effective? Hydroxychloroquine, ivermection, and other therapeutics are safe and effective, despite our media trying to say otherwise a few months back.
That's not even mentioning the intense effort corporate media has put into hysterically screaming how dangerous this "covid pandemic" is to everyone, and pushing these "vaccines" and censoring and attacking those who legitimately question the safety and efficacy of these experimental treatments.
As always, the best defense is to take responsibility for your own health, and tilt the playing field in your favor by maintaining a healthy immune system. Are you currently taking a vitamin D supplement? You should be. If you can get out and walk briskly at least 30 minutes each day, and maintain a level of cardio fitness, even better.