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Senior Contributor

Re: Farmers, will you get the vaccine?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tq8SXOBy-4w&feature=emb_rel_end

 

Why would anyone take a vaccine that hasn't been studied and can have life threatening effects when there are medications that have extensive study and great safety profiles which have shown to be highly effective?

Senior Contributor

Re: Farmers, will you get the vaccine?

Senior Contributor

Re: Farmers, will you get the vaccine?

Senior Contributor

Re: Farmers, will you get the vaccine?

Honored Advisor

Re: Farmers, will you get the vaccine?

No   I had a pretty rough case of it in november.   I have strong antibodies....... 

 

Senior Advisor

Re: Farmers, will you get the vaccine?

Speak with your Dr. but I believe I’d still get it as far I understand the current guidance.

But don’t know that I’d be in a hurry to jump the line in front of granny and chemo patients.

Advisor

Re: Farmers, will you get the vaccine?

Sorta rhymes with anecdote.

Advisor

Re: Farmers, will you get the vaccine?

Gr daughter reportedly heading for in person Kindergarten in February after spending the 1st 4 months of her education journey looking at a screen.

I’ll pop in line after I’m certain that her bus driver, teachers, aids, cooks and janitors have had both of theirs.

Senior Contributor

Re: Farmers, will you get the vaccine?

Agree bruce.

we will get the vaccine as soon as it is available for us but we are able to stay out of circulation and think it makes greater use to vaccinate those on the 'front lines' first.

Someone has to make the decision on who gets it first and I will not argue as long as they do not give it to rich or athletes before all medical workers, teachers, bus drivers etc get it.

As for the people who 'have had it' and think they do not need a vaccine I don't think the science backs that up. The vaccine is still recommended as a better immunity than some of those who thought they were infected.

Senior Advisor

Re: Farmers, will you get the vaccine?

I think the science is starting to catch up to suggest that immunity from prior infection probably is fairly durable. But there are more than a few confirmed cases of reinfection.

And the other side of that is that the risk from the vaccine is micro-miniscule.

Worry about getting struck by lightning in January before that.