If you have already received your initial COVID-19 vaccinations, are you intending to get a booster shot when it becomes available to you? Why or why not? If you have yet to be vaccinated for COVID-19, are you intending to ever get vaccinated? Why or why not?
In short yes, I am intending to get a booster shot when I’m invited to. It partly stems from when my niece was eighteen months old. She had whooping cough, and I watched her struggle to breathe in an oxygen tent. There are many people, who don’t vaccinate because they think it will cause more harm, but if they saw what I did, I’m not sure they would think the same.
It is the same with the triple vaccinations for Rubella, measles and whooping cough. Some say it can cause autism, but essentially it is an inherited condition. My husband (Mr Hufflepuff Man) has signs of autism, and my son is also autistic. The difference is there is far more awareness.
I think of my family and I don’t want to risk hurting them because I didn’t have the vaccine. Not only do I want to keep myself safe, but them too. It takes a few seconds, and we can finally get to a point where we are able to live life normally.
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We had to get the DTaP vaccine in order to visit out newborn grandson last year.
I’m vaccinated against Covid. I’m not rushing to get my booster shot yet because I had the Moderna vaccine, which shows it’s highly effective even after one year. In the studies I have seen, after one year, there have been breakthrough cases in only 8% of the people who have this vaccine. I don’t have a compromised immune system, I don’t work in a high-risk job, and I’m not over or even near 65. I’m just at the six-month mark, so I’m just waiting till after the new year. ❤️
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Good for you! I’m over 60, had the Astra Zeneca vaccine twice and get my Moderna booster on Monday, yay!
I’m getting my antibody status monitored regularly (volunteering it for research) and have a very low count, thereforeI get the booster earlier. I went through whooping cough and measles as a kid and wish vaccines for those had been available back then, I wouldn’t have missed ‘first school day’ and many more weeks of school. BTW, the vaccines-cause-autism studies have long been proven false and retracted by the journals they were published in.
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