There no need for any of that social distance crap, the virus has a.03% death rate, what is so scary?
@Cnelson12345ceo They have been showing just getting infected potentially has residual effects. I would generally like to keep my health the way it is. It's not just getting sick and dying from it, it's what happens to your body.Sure you can argue "if it doesn't kill you it makes you stronger" but there's also a price to pay.
If what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, then how would it have a negative effect
@Cnelson12345ceo If chicken pox doesn't kill you, now you cannot get it anymore. You still carry it with you and it can turn into shingles. Doesn't kill you, makes you stronger, still has a negative effect.If you do kickboxing or really any kind of martial arts where you actually are dealing and taking blows, your bones will become stronger; at the cost of reducing the space for the marrow which produces your blood. Doesn't kill you, makes your bones stronger, still a price to pay.Very few things in life have only positive consequences. Normally there is a tradeoff of some kind, sometimes short term, sometimes long term.Regardless of all of that, do you consider "getting sick" not a negative effect?
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There's antibodies in beer?
just to be clear I am not an anti-vaxxer I will have the vaccine but right now because of this global emergency , they may be making this vaccine in hurry and something may go wrong. On an average , a vaccine takes at least 3-4 years but they are making it in 1 year
Eh, do you know what a vaccine does?
duh yes i do, but i don’t want the vaccine
So why would you then want the vaccine when you have covid if you understand what a vaccine does?
:D :D :D :D Wooo, girl. If you have it the vaccine isn't going to do any good.
Covid death rate is.03% no point in getting a vaccine for something that low. The vaccine itself being rushed and going straight to humans has a higher chance of killing you
@tartaarsaus why don’t you mind your own fucking business? 😂 i wrote my answer wrong. chill.
@coffeewithcream i’m not getting it
@Cnelson12345ceo good point!! very good point
Just surprised by the astounding lack of logic in your comment
@Cnelson12345ceo Bzzz. Wrong. It's 3.4 % with varying averages in the population broken down by age.
Here in america its 0.3% with 65% of them being elderly and already with underlying health conditions... that's not a pandemic
@Cnelson12345ceo It is a pandemic by every metric. The United States, for every case that's had an outcome has over 1.4 million Covid-19 cases treated and discharged with 137,000 deaths, or 8% of Covid-19 cases requiring medical attention. Young people- as young as five- are dying from Covid strokes and vascular system collapse.
COVID-19 causes death
Yeah, it's better to risk Covid-19 and die.
@coffeewithcream How can I get the virus if I get a vaccine?
That's the point of the vaccine.
@coffeewithcream I know that.