posted on Jul, 13 2021 @ 06:38 AM
a reply to: neutronflux
Some reports similar long term effect, obviously it's a bit less probable with the vaccine. The vaccine as, somewhat (mRNA cannot predict the exact
dose you get) of a control on the number of spicules you get. The virus, well, he fight to stay.
In theory the vaccine should stay in your shoulder... but it's seems it's not the case. Sadly since the big pharma didn't did their job, we have to
rely on smaller labs, so the answer will take time to get trough the processes.
Their might be some problem with the repeated exposure to the virus and the kind of response the vaccine provoke (this is my big scare because of the
Finally, the virus can evolve to avoid antibodies aimed to his spicules since most of the population organism target the spicule (vaccine target).
Some specialist says that it's not the case for Covid since the spicule is pretty hard to mutate without loosing his capacity to infect the cell.
The best bet is to avoid getting covid19 and the shot. If I was at risk I would get the shot. If I had covid I would not take the shot. If I were
really young I would not get the shot. If I were really old I would get the shot.
Right now, for me, I refuse the shot on moral grounds (force and coercion) and that I think the risk doesn't worth it.
edit on 13-7-2021 by
aTechnician because: Structural problem which was misleading.
edit on 13-7-2021 by aTechnician because: (no reason given)