@ldexterldesign Why did you (your parents) think it is probably a good idea to get vaccinated against those diseases? At that time, people had similar discussions. Measles isn't that bad for most people, getting Polio is a low risk thing - but still, people got vaccinated. Why is this one different to you?
@jwildeboer weird argument, my parents were responsible for those injections not me. I was probably about 5 years old.
@jwildeboer measles vaccine was first introduced in 1963. I was born in 1985, so it already had over 20 years of use before I had it. Unlike COVID vaccine.
@ldexterldesign so your main argument is that while we know not a lot about long term effects/risks of COVID, but do know a lot about vector vaccines (AstraZeneca), you prefer to not get vaccinated?
@jwildeboer my main argument is I’m healthy based on evidence and most people aren’t healthy. Most people who die have a chronic illness which subdues their immune system. Also old people have suppressed immune systems.
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