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Do you plan to get the ouchi fauchi? (The vaccine)

I'm still kinda skeptical about it. I heard a doctor died from it, and there have been a few allergic reactions...idk man...
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I plan to avoid it as much as possible
Degbeme · 61-69, M
Stick me.
mrlopez · 26-30, M
my aunt had to get because she works in the medical field. she is fine but she already got covid. so idk
crownedwithlaurel97 · 22-25, F
I've had both shots of pfizer. i was really nervous but my only side effects for both was fatigue. so far so good!
MntoNc · 31-35, M
[@849809,crownedwithlaurel97] so youre a healthcare worker?
crownedwithlaurel97 · 22-25, F
[@776330,MntoNc] i work at a pharmacy. sometimes we're considered healthcare lol
Kenny90 · 31-35, M
If you have a severe allergies to certain foods, DO NOT take the vaccine.
Another side effect is paralysis and spinal cord damage.
You just have to weigh the risk of getting a severe case of COVID19 vs potential life altering side effects from the vaccine.
As a young person, I would avoid it. Some vaccines are a no brainer: like the tetanus vaccine, measles vaccine, but this one leaves me concerned.
Bad4U · 18-21, F
all vaccines have risks... but so does walking across a street... but you still walk across the street to buy food and get to work.
AuRevoir · 31-35, M
I’m courteous enough to let everyone else go first.. 👀
Maleficent · F
No don't want this to happen.
Maleficent · F
[@1044765,HatterM] That I'm not certain.
HatterM · 46-50, M
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Maleficent · F
[@1044765,HatterM] Been ages when I last saw that
Dan88411 · 31-35, M
I'll do what I have to do 🤷🏾‍♂️.
HatterM · 46-50, M
My guess is eventually we'll have a choice between vaccine or restrictions on living life in what used to be considered normal ways. Not really a choice in my opinion.
Tres13 · 51-55, M
Stay away from it

I vax’d & now I’m dead
Asificair · M
If you're skeptical then assume the "skeptical" position and do some research, use credible scientific resources and references, avoid hearsay, rumours and social media.
HannahSky · F
Ask your doctor about it.

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