I'm curious. If the antibodies don't last that long after someone gets the virus and recovers, then how long would the antibodies from a vaccine last?
the same amount of time, a few months.
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Some people react bad to vaccines, certain types of them, thats why I never take flu vaccines. But I took like Hepatits A and B, bc they don't kill me, but the Illnesses may be much much worse. Its important to take vaccines against for example Cancer in the Uterus (sry English ain't 1. Language) but you dont need to take unnessecary vaccines. At least thats my opinion.
I am one of the people who usually got immediately ill from vaccine shots. So i am very careful with what kind of vaccines i'd inject in my body. If its anything to artificial, miniture versions of the flu or other stuff off the like i ain't risking it. If its proper premade antibodies that can't cause side effects sure. But either way i am waiting it out to see what the side effects are on other people before i take that risk because the risk of me getting infected in self isolation is less than me getting the symptoms from a terrible vaccine.
Thts totally fine! Just make sure to take vaccines whose ilnesses could kill you or others, and that with a high probability, since people even die from the flu. As long as you take the important baccines i dont see a problem with that. Take care of yourself, but think about the others too.
I have a question for you.I assume you know how fatal small pox is? So if small pox was still around, wouldn't you take the vaccine against small pox? Or would you have skipped the vaccine because it makes you "sick"? How "sick" can you get, after all?Anyway not as sick as the disease which the vaccine will prevent!
I would personally do. You need to know which option is better for you and the people around u
one of my friends became mentally retarded after getting an allergic reaction to a vaccine they gave him at school
I'm sorry about your friend but perhaps your friend has been mentally retarded already and got his/her diagnosis only after the administration of the vaccine... One cannot be sure!
before the vaccine he had above average i. q. like maybe 110 or 125 - after the vaccine his i. q. dropped to 65
Well well well... Do check the mirror if your honker is growing further 😉
An IQ drops bc pf development... IQ only telly you somethimg about a persons intelligence compared to the intelligence of others in the same age range. If his IQ dropped it means that in the timerange of the 1. and 2. Test he didn't develop as well as others.
Most likely you didn't have it in January.And its a very selfish attitude to think "nah, I'm young and strong, so I'll be alright" neglecting the fact its very contagious and you could pass it on to someone more vulnerable than yourself.But who cares if you help to spread the virus! As long as you don't have to go through all the effort of having a simple jab in the arm!
No I think you've had it since birth, you know, stupidity! 😉😂
I'm scared now. I'm not a anti-vaxxer but I haven't gotten a vaccination in a while.
Haha I'm sure if in the future, there's a vaccine against stupidity, the anti vaxxers wouldn't take it citing that the side effects of the vaccine will be deadly 😂
Life would very boring without stupid people,...Nobody would do dangerous stuff and probably die in process.We need all the low IQ jobs done too, who will do them, if there will be vacine for it?And government will not allow it too, sheep-people is easier to manipulate...
There’s always a risk of side effects.
You must be with the 38% of dumbasses huh?
How can you get Alzheimer's when you don't have brain lol?
The research is there just look it up, the aluminium used in vaccines to cause an immunoresponse is small enough to pass the blood brain barrier and axcumulatively has been attributed to causing alziemers. When cooking using aluminium pots it is estimated people's intake of aluminium can be as high as 20 milligrams; however, that aluminium cannot pass your bloodbrain barrier and poses little risk. The thinking is that the increased risk of alziemers is less than that posed by a pandemic.
Well, I don't think you will get Alzheimer's if you're not alive lol
What about the idiots who still go to clubs and bars, meet friends and ignore all precautions? These people are the real anti-social, self-serving and selfish people!
@Satu16 I agree!