Vaccination Good or Bad

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. The pandemic has impacted almost every corner of life, causing global economies to stall, changing the way we work and interact with our loved ones, and stretching healthcare systems to the limit. Governments around the world have been forced to implement harsh restrictions on human activity to curb the spread of the virus.

COVID-19 vaccination is now offering a way to transition out of this phase of the pandemic. Without them, many scientists believe that natural-immunity would not have been sufficient to restore society to its normal status. A COVID-19 vaccine can prevent you from getting COVID-19 or from becoming seriously ill or dying due to COVID-19. However, some question the efficacy of these vaccines, especially given the emergence of new strains of the virus and various cases of reported side effects has raised concerns. Vaccines must be safe and effective at significantly reducing the spread of the virus for them to be successful.

How do the different types of COVID-19 vaccines work?

Each COVID-19 vaccine causes the immune system to create antibodies to fight COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccines make use of a spikelike structure on the surface of the COVID-19 virus called an S protein. The S protein helps the COVID-19 virus get inside your cells and start an infection.

The main types of COVID-19 vaccines currently available or being studied include:

  1. Messenger RNA (mRNA) vaccine: This type of vaccine uses genetically engineered mRNA to give your cells instructions for how to make the S protein found on the surface of the COVID-19 virus. After vaccination, your immune cells begin making the S protein pieces and displaying them on cell surfaces. This causes your body to create antibodies. If you later become infected with the COVID-19 virus, these antibodies will fight the virus.

After delivering instructions, the mRNA is immediately broken down. It never enters the nucleus of your cells, where your DNA is kept.

  • Vector vaccine: In this type of vaccine, genetic material from the COVID-19 virus is placed in a modified version of a different virus (viral vector). When the viral vector gets into your cells, it delivers genetic material from the COVID-19 virus that gives your cells instructions to make copies of the S protein. Once your cells display the S proteins on their surfaces, your immune system responds by creating antibodies and defensive white blood cells. If you later become infected with the COVID-19 virus, the antibodies will fight the virus.

Viral vector vaccines can’t cause you to become infected with the COVID-19 virus or the viral vector virus. Also, the genetic material that’s delivered doesn’t become part of your DNA. The Janssen/Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is a vector vaccine. AstraZeneca and the University of Oxford also have a vector COVID-19 vaccine.

  • Protein subunit vaccine: Subunit vaccines include only the parts of a virus that best stimulate your immune system. This type of COVID-19 vaccine contains harmless S proteins. Once your immune system recognizes the S proteins, it creates antibodies and defensive white blood cells. If you later become infected with the COVID-19 virus, the antibodies will fight the virus.

The pros and cons of vaccination

Listed below are the pros and cons, everything on the lists comes from various government officials, or from medical experts.

RISKS:

1. The Covid-19 vaccine will not eliminate the virus. In order for the vaccine to eliminate the coronavirus, it would have to be 100% effective, and be given to 100% of the population (including pets and dying people).

2. Getting the vaccine does not guarantee you won’t get the virus. It can take weeks for the vaccine to provide protection, and then, it is only 95% effective.

3. Any solution that is not 100% effective can do more to spread a virus than no solution at all.

4. The vaccine may remain effective for only a few months, and you won’t know when you are again at risk.

5. If you do become infected with the coronavirus after getting the vaccine, the infection will most likely be more severe.

6. If the virus mutates, the vaccine doesn’t work. If you suddenly die after getting the vaccine, you supposedly died from the mutated virus, not the vaccine.

7. Getting the vaccine does not stop you from passing the virus on to others.

8. The vaccine will not eliminate the need for travel bans.

9. The vaccine will not eliminate the need to social distancing or handwashing.

10. Mass vaccinations will not eliminate the need for masks.

11. Mass vaccinations will not eliminate the need for lockdowns.

12. The vaccine will not eliminate the need for forced business closings.

13. The vaccine does not prevent death. Even if you take the vaccine, you can still get the virus. If you get the virus, you can still die. If the vaccine kills you, you will also die.

We were originally promised that the only way back to “normal” was a vaccine for Covid-19. Apparently, they lied. The politicians are now admitting that they have no intention of allowing life to return to normal. They now openly declare that everything has permanently changed to a “new normal”, in which they are above the law.

So, why should we actually get the coronavirus vaccine? The benefits, again provided by various government officials and medical experts, are vague, but here’s the list:

BENEFITS:

1. The vaccine is 95% effective.

2. If you take the vaccine, you will not be forbidden to travel. To some places. But, you still must be tested first.

3. The vaccine is 95% effective. Against symptoms, but maybe not against the virus.

4. You won’t kill grandma. Providing, of course, that you don’t get Covid anyway, and you still wear a mask, and social distance, and never go see her.

5. The vaccine is 95% effective. But, apparently, only in the small percentage of people who are not assymtomatic.

6. By getting the vaccine, you are “doing your part” (in submitting to their agenda).

7. The vaccine is 95% effective. Someway, somehow. They are really vague on this. They say it’s complicated.

Is it a long term solution?

Nope, what will happen when the virus will mutate again? Will this vaccine help in that case too? If the virus mutates, the vaccine doesn’t work. If you suddenly die after getting the vaccine, you supposed to be died due to the mutated virus, not the vaccine.

Conclusively, this is not the permanent solution. This vaccine is not going to help you, after a phase, corona virus will surely mutate again, then there will be another vaccine, another vaccine preparation period, another vaccination and so on…….

Will things going to be normal ever?

Or there always be a new normal, with new guidelines……..

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