Chosenone, if the Covid vaccine is no more effective than the flu vaccine, it won’t matter when it comes out. It’s nothing but a pot shot every year that the flu vaccine folks guess right on what strain emerges from mutations. There is no reason to assume that Corona virus will not mutate every year. I used to never get the flu until I began taking the flu vaccine. Something to do with how it affects our immune system I would think. Right now, my wife and I are focusing on naturally building our immunities with what we eat, supplements and generally staying as healthy as possible. The good Lord equipped our bodies amazingly. We have gotten complacent about the maintenance of our bodies. For some reason small pox and the like responded to vaccines favorably. The flu hasn’t or it is a much more “slippery” contagion than smallpox and others. I would guess the Covid19 virus would mutate as readily as the annual flu from year to year.
Jaime, I am with Chosen on this one.
I have not had the flu since getting my annual shot.
When you get an annual shot they generally tell you that it is possible to get a flu case because they inject a bit of the live virus into you .
That is rare, and unfortunately you were one that had it happen.
Would I get a covid vaccine? With all this talk about Bill Gates implant plans and his fast tracking a vaccine... I am very leery.
And all the talk of them wanting to track this in people out and about..... what better way then for him to sell his plan that an implant/tattoo should be done with a vaccine for tracking purposes so those who stop carrying their cells out of the house can still be tracked?
As to Sweden... that was on TV last night and they showed that while Sweden has double the cases of Denmark and Finland... They have much less then their European counter parts of France, Germany and of Course Italy by comparison.
I am now in the herd mentality.
It may be more contagious, but they say no more so then the flu.
If the flu, over the years has not killed you.... this likely wont either
Oh, but I hate to be sick