COVID conversation? Why not

By Edie Quinn

Clarion

You are on "shot three." Still can get COVID, still can give COVID. But never a conversation about natural immunity? Why is that?

All my life I was told once you get something, if you get it again, it won't be as bad. But not now -- you are going to die without this vaccine.

Well it's been a year, I have been exposed a few times and I amfine. This is not a one-size-fits-all virus. Just like the vaccine which has injured people.

When you're 21 and an athlete and suddenly told you have asthma after the vaccine.Or 35 and suddenly you have heart problems.Or 20 and have to have a heart adjustment.

And, coincidentally, have a pacemaker, take the vaccine and have an unexplainable episode.

What did her doctor tell her "Do not take the third shot."

All these people I know and three are family members. Where are all the commercials,you know the one, with all the side effects listed?

Oh, that's right we don't know. Results will be available in the year 2023.

Make your own decision, it is honestly yours, but quit scaring people. There are alternatives even if the hospital won't give them to you.

I know many that have taken Ivermectin. Fine.

My doctor did not force me to take a vaccine but the government is trying to. Just how many shots are you willing to take before you realize they are duds? Viruses continually mutate.

I feel sorry for the postal workers cause their exemption was reversed in November. I missed that news but I see they are asking for more time.

For every doctor that says take the vaccine, I will find you one that says don't.

By the way, Mr. McGunigle, the story was a flood not the one you made up. Nota good analogy.

Doctors stick together on certain things, vaccine injury will be played off because it's too hard to prove. But what if it happens to you or yours?

Still it's your decision. Always should be and nobody else's business. Definitely not government or anybody who has taken any money for re-election from a pharmaceutical company.

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