Why should I get vaccinated? Am I missing something?
Elderly and vulnerable would already be vaccinated when it’s ‘my turn’. We will still have to quarantine after exposure or travel. What is the incentive?
“If I get vaccinated”:
1.- Can I stop wearing the mask?
2.- Can they reopen restaurants, pubs, bars etc and everyone work normally?
3.- Will I be resistant to covid?
Government Response – Maybe, but we don’t know exactly, it probably won’t stop you getting it
4.- At least I won’t be contagious to others anymore?
Government Response – No you can still pass it on, possibly, nobody knows.
5.- If I am vaccinated, can I stop social distancing?
6.- If I am vaccinated, can I stop disinfecting my hands?
7.- If I vaccinate myself and my grandparents, can we hug each other?
8.- Will cinemas, theatres and stadiums operate as per normal thanks to vaccines?
9.- What is the benefit of the vaccine?
Government Response: Hoping the virus won’t kill you.
10.- Are you sure it won’t kill me?
11.- If statistically the virus won’t kill me anyway (99.7% survival rate) … Why would I get vaccinated?”
Government Response: To protect others.
12.- So if I get vaccinated, I can protect 100% of people I come in contact with?
13. – Can you guarantee that I won’t experience adverse affects from taking the vaccine or die from the vaccine itself?
Government Response – No
14. – Since you’re encouraging everyone to get vaccinated then when people experience severe adverse reactions or die from the vaccine will they or their families be compensated?
Government response: NO – the government and vaccine manufactures have 100% zero liability.
So to summarize, the Covid19 vaccine…
Does not give immunity.
Does not eliminate the virus.
Does not prevent death.
Does not guarantee you won’t get it.
Does not stop you passing it on
Does not eliminate the need for travel bans.
Does not eliminate the need for business closures.
Does not eliminate the need for lockdowns.
Does not eliminate the need for masking.
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