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originally posted by: ThouArtGod
a reply to: SoulReaper
Man- great round up of research and presentation.
As for me, if I were the type to believe in conspiracies, I might think this was all a REALLY bad sign.
originally posted by: rickymouse
I was watching the news last night and the medical scientist said that if we get this virus we will probably have one year immunity and it looks pretty good that for many their immune system's innate immunity may give them lifetime protection.
I won't get the vaccine till I observe what it does to others, I have read about horrible problems with newly developed vaccines in the past and since I actually have a horrible response to flu vaccines, I am thinking I will pass on this for now. I also have some negative effects to other vaccines like the TDAP but it is probably the pertusis part, I can get the DT next time I cut myself badly, I never used to get a reaction against the Tetnus vaccine before. I had whooping cough, my reaction was similar to that reaction so my doctor advised me to not get that part. They have it is stock.
originally posted by: steaming
a reply to: SoulReaper
Been following such to see if info', ref the Genes of it are released.
Have you also seen this;
originally posted by: AutomateThis1
I don't see how anyone could read this and not at least somewhat lean towards thinking that this is man-made.
Thanks SoulReaver for putting this together.
originally posted by: CafeconLeche1
Not in a million years. I’m not anti vaccines, I have all the mandatory vaccines in my country. But a new vaccine for a new virus? No thank you.
originally posted by: Specimen88
It's the one thing I've wondered about the flu, why the media been trying to promote them for years. Mind you Ive had shots for other things but never went for the flu one.
Never made sense that things like the common cold or flu should have a vaccine since from my limited knowledge about viruses, they are ever adapting. Even if they did manage to do it, it bound to be beaten by another one at a later time.
If this is thing is weaponized, couldn't they just edit it?
according to the CDC's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), "influenza and pneumonia" took 62 034 lives in 2001—61 777 of which were attributed to pneumonia and 257 to flu, and in only 18 cases was flu virus positively identified.
originally posted by: SoulReaper
Now this was truly concerning, a SARS Vaccine could actually ENHANCE an infection from certain strains of coronavirus rather then protect against it!!
China's early trials were deceiving, the vaccine could be given and seem to be successful at producing antibodies with few ill effects. However if the individual was later exposed to a subsequent coronavirus infection, it could cause a worse reaction then if you were un-vaccinated. SARS never re-emerged with any significant spread and thus these vaccinated individuals were never challenged with the live virus.
originally posted by: seattlerat
I choose not to take flu-vaccine because I was completely paralyzed (and nearly died) with GB Syndrome and do not want to risk going through that again. I wonder if the same risk will apply with any potential COVID-19 vaccine? I'm not sure exactly why there is an increased risk of GB Syndrome with current formulations of flu shots, but if I remember correctly it has something to do with eggs. Maybe someone here knows more?