- Dec 13, 2017
Likes all round, it's good to have a chat, so coronavirus is a 2019 respiratory illness, with similar symptoms to influenza, different family but both respiratory illnesses.
Never had flu I don't think, but had covid a little while back and it knocked me for six. I would definitely get vaccinated if I thought they worked, but stand by my own conclusion that something fishy is going on, and has been since the start, leading me back to my vote of no confidence in what is being pumped into people and the way it's being pushed.
Polio vaccine stopped polio, smallpox vaccine stops smallpox, covid vaccine ????????
I'm not debating the fact that one should or shouldn't get vaccinated. I've always made that clear in this thread that people should make their own decisions. Being a novel virus there would always be new discoveries the longer the virus is around. A lot of information we got in 2020 and therapeutics used back then are outdated now. I think that's how science works, minds evolving and all that
Every infection can knock you the f out and have nasty long lasting symptoms. There's plenty of people who catch the flu and feel fine a couple of days later but there's also a whole lot of people who end up in hospital. Luckily flu vaccines are better in preventing disease than covid ones (right now atleast).
I think it's been proven tho that hospitalisation and death have gone way down due to "mass" immunity, be it from being vaccinated or catching the virus.
What is tiring is the disinformation and out-of-context quotes and videos being spread time and time again.