@jwildeboer Try to convince me then. I am not willing to partake in an experiment of a type of therapy that has never before been tried on humans, especially not at large scale, with a rushed trial cycle, and where scientists and medical doctors that are calling for caution are silenced.
I might have considered it if the death rates were 10% or more, but with 99+% of survival rate, I think the virus (known as government) has caused mass psychosis and idiocy rather than a respiratory disease.
@niclas you can take the AstraZeneca or Johnson&Johnson vaccine, which are both classic vector vaccines, not mRNA.
@jwildeboer Not where I live, Pfizer only.
But if https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/health/oxford-astrazeneca-covid-19-vaccine.html is describing "classic vector vaccines", then I am not taking any of those either.
All I read is that DNA is used instead of RNA to produce the spike proteins. Still a gene therapy.
My main concern is that the spike protein is not good for the body in general, for instance latching on to the capillary walls and introduce drag and slower blood flow.
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