Got mine a few weeks ago, moderna, just had a bit of sore arm.Got my first injection on Saturday, got high fever all day yesterday but it's starting to get better. The arm is still sore.
But now whenever I make a mistake I can say it was Bill Gates remote controlling me through 5G.
Yes - @JDTAY s posts about India helped me realise that billions of people would think I'm a complete idiot and asshole for turning down a vaccine.Did any of the posts change your mind?
Therefor the aim is vaccinate the whole country not just AmsterdamBy injecting the whole of Amsterdam you prevent 7 deaths by corona.
I've heard the UK is rushing to give second doses because most of that 75% is one dose only still, and that seems to protect too little from the Delta variant (first detected in India).I just received an email from my daughters schools headmaster and there is a high likelyhood that there will be increased restrictions in the UK soon.
The number of cases have doubled this month, and deaths are up slightly too. This is with 75% of adults vaccinated.
I find these figures bewildering.
I know you can get covid post-vaccination. That slope of infections is quite steep.
I don't know. But they might have some data hinting at future deaths with the current transmission rate, so not acting on the current situation but to prevent what is to come. Deaths often come a few weeks after infections anyway.I question the motive of further restrictions unless deaths increase substantially. Reducing the burden on the national health service at the expense of liberty and business is wrong at this point.