Should You Get The Vaccine?

The text below is not my work but it does make some good points. Frankly, I believe that if you refuse the vaccine, then you by default become or remain a part of this dangerous issue. Your thoughts?


1.- Can I stop wearing the mask?
Government: No

2.- Can they reopen restaurants, pubs, bars, etc, and everyone works normally?
Government: No

3.- Will I be resistant to covid?
Government Response – Maybe, but we don’t know exactly, it probably won’t stop you from getting it

4.- At least I won’t be contagious to others anymore?
Government Response – No, it doesn’t stop transmission.

5.- If I am vaccinated, can I stop social distancing?
Government: No

6.- If I am vaccinated, can I stop disinfecting my hands?
Government: No

7.- If I vaccinate myself and my grandparents, can we hug each other?
Government: No

8.- Will cinemas, theatres, and stadiums operate as per normal thanks to vaccines?
Government: No

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?
Government: No

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?
Government: No

13. – Can you guarantee that I won’t experience adverse effects from taking the vaccine or die from the vaccine itself?
Government Response – No

14. – Since you’re encouraging every American to get vaccinated then when people experience severe adverse reactions, long-term effects (still unknown) or die from the vaccine will they or their families be compensated?
Government response: NO – the government and vaccine manufactures have 100% zero liability in experimental stages.

15. -How long does the vaccine last?
Government response- we aren’t sure.

So, get vaccinated!! Oh… wait a minute!

16 thoughts on “Should You Get The Vaccine?

  1. From my reading, research has shown that fewer vaccinated people become acutely ill, therefore fewer are hospitalized and fewer die. My whole family is getting the vaccine.

    • That’s great! Everyone needs this to help themselves and everyone else. Some folk seem to take this dangerous situation too lightly.

    • Well, I sincerely think this guy should get the hell out of the White House. Photos of him with commie leaders sicken me. Prepare for further deconstruction of the world we grew up in. I’ve been a far-right conservative my entire life.

  2. I’m definitely more optimistic and when it is my turn I will be rolling up my sleeve. Dave’s Mom at age 90 is now fully vaccinated and my Mom in mid 80’s will be in the weeks ahead.

    • that’s great that Dave’s mom has the full vaccine. My dad is 92 and has both now. Clark County is slowly working down the list, it’s 65+ at the moment. I hit 60 last December, but my diabetes and heart issue don’t matter to them. Wait your turn!

  3. WOW, thats amazing Governmental advice John. Over here the message is rather more optomistic. Studies are starting to show that the vaccines reduce transmission and that long immunity should be ok. Also we are looking to come out of lockdown on June 21st. Our PM stated the other day that vaccines won’t get rid of the virus but they will allow us to safely live with it, like we do with flu. Possibly getting booster vaccines each winter.

    • I think the logic is off, but then Common Sense left America long ago for both the public and the creeps in the White House and Congress. I hope the virus actually does literally go away, unlike the flu which has been with humans for how long? I hope the world needs just one set of vaccines, not more in the future because of mutant versions like Joe Biden!

      • Seems like Governments, even throughout Europe, are doing the vaccines very differently. I must admit i think Boris and the Government here are doing an excellent job at long last. They appear to have a plan. I jusy=t hope we can all have a relatively normal summer and especially in your case, i hope you can get to see your family soon.

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