Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by JP_, 13 Jul 2021.
Just like any other 'vaccine' on the 'planet' then.
Funnily enough i was in hospital recently and while waiting in Triage for an xray i heard some weirdo,who slipped on some wine in a care home, rambling on about vaccines,saying "covid" is a conspiracy,and he can't wait to leave this country,the poor soul was wheeled away towards the mental health team.
Well, somehow I am negative, as is my eldest son. But the "PCRs" came back positive, to the school year has been "closed" because of my youngest! "Ooops".
Post jab symptoms last a massive 24 hours max for most folks. The benefits go on...and on...and on...and on...
..and most people suffer zero symptoms, like both of us did - apart from a slightly tender spot on arm, where the needle went in.
"The NHS has been given the green light to start planning a Covid vaccine booster programme in the UK ahead of this winter."
So just out of interest, what time scale do you put on your claim that the benefits 'go on...and on...and on...and on...'?
Months is hardly a long time is it if another jab is already needed
No different from the flu jab then.
No. And 24 hours is a doddle regards side effects.
Grow a pair.
Both of us too, nothing at all.
So are you admitting that the 'virus' is no different than the flu?
In respect that it may need tweaking every year, yes.
Yes, Ellal mentioned he had visited hospital recently.
Ellal, it’s scary reading side effects.
on the face of it, this drug is far too dangerous to take:
feeling sick (nausea)
being sick (vomiting)
Serious side effects
Call a doctor straight away if you have:
black poo or blood in your vomit – these can be signs of bleeding in your stomach
swollen ankles, blood in your pee or not peeing at all – these can be signs of a kidney problem
severe chest or stomach pain – these can be signs of a hole in your stomach or gut
difficulty breathing, or asthma symptoms that become worse
yeah, it’s far too dangerous to take Ibuprofen.
Mottie said vaccine, not flu.
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