Personal experience is important and significantly impacts the perspective of all of us.
However, in a situation that is as wide spread as the Covid-19 worldwide pandemic, our experiences need to be understood within the larger context of nation wide and world wide data.
I agree. And since there’s no long term safety data on the vaccines...
Each of us have different comfort levels regarding any number of life situations, but when the Covid virus and the Covid vaccine are so intertwined it is important for documentation, data and consistency to guide our personal perspectives.
As long as the data is accurate, I agree.
If a person is unconcerned about the the Covid-19 virus because the survival rate is so high (around 98%-99%).
Then that person should have no fear at all regarding the Covid vaccine whose survival rate is orders of magnitude safer than the Covid virus which doesn't concern them.
If the person’s only concern is the death rate of each, then I’d most likely agree.
If a person in unconcerned about the physical effect that the Covid-19 virus has on the body over the days and weeks of the illness.
Then that person should have no fear regarding side effects of the covid vaccine that may last for hours.
Couldn’t disagree more. There is no long term safety data on the vaccines. This would be my main issue personally, if I didn’t have the antibodies to COVID-19.
If a person is unconcerned about the known long term effects of the Covid-19 virus.
Then that person should have no fear of speculative long term effects of the the covid vaccine
Logic does not follow. Speaking from my personal experience, I had zero symptoms. I was asymptomatic. While I don’t have “fear” of the long term effects of the vaccine, because I have no intention of getting the vaccine, I have concerns for others who may decide do be vaccinated.
On the other hand:
If a person is genuinely concerned about the death rate of the covid vaccine.
Then that person should also be orders of magnitude more concerned about the covid virus which has contributed to over half a million more deaths in the US than the vaccine.
Maybe, depending on the person’s age and underlying conditions. Someone under 70 and healthy, who has virtually 0% chance of dying from the virus, may be concerned about getting the vaccine.
If a person is genuinely concerned about potential side effects of the vaccine for a few hours.
Then that person should be even more concerned about the effect that the Covid-19 virus has on the body for days, weeks, and sometimes longer.
Again, that depends on the age and health of the individual. And of course we’re not talking about someone who has already built a natural immunity to the virus.
If a person is genuinely concerned about speculative unknown long term effects of the covid vaccine.
Then that person should be much more concerned about the long term effects of the Covid-19 virus that we are discovering.
At risk of beating a dead horse, age and health. And of course if one has natural immunity.
There is not a single documented metric that shows the Covid vaccine to be more deadly or harmful than the Covid virus itself.
All the current data shows that the covid vaccine is not only safer, but orders of magnitude safer than the Covid-19 virus.
Irrelevant because it’s too early. The effects of the virus have been here much longer than the effects of the much more recent vaccines.
And there is one more incredibly important difference between the covid virus and the covid vaccine that makes all the difference in the world.
The Covid vaccine effectively prevents people from contracting the Covid-19 virus and SAVES human lives.
Nope. Not according to the cdc. They say the mRNA “vaccines” are supposed to prevent the vaccinated from getting sick, not prevent them from contracting the virus. And you forgot to mention the fact that those already exposed to the virus, have natural immunity.
Seems like a lot of your beliefs are based on false information. Maybe your fears would be lessened if you stuck to the facts.