- Nov 1, 2015
- Reaction score
- Sitting down in front of my computer
I took the J&J vaccine in May 2021. I came down with COVID in late August. Apparently, I also gave it to my wife. Both of us were given the monoclonal antibodies. She is much healthier than I am and missed two days work, one of which was to get the antibodies. She tested positive on Sunday and worked Monday. On Thursday after the monoclonal antibodies infusion, she was tired and stayed in bed rather than working. The vaccines don't work 100% but no one ever claimed they did.It is possible that the other percentages who did not come down with the virus didn't so because they weren't exposed enough, which would mean that if you are exposed enough, 100% of fully vaccinated people would come down with and spread Covid. At any rate, we have seen that AT LEAST 70% of fully vaccinated people still come down with and spread the virus despite being fully vaccinated. Which means it is rather very dishonest to blame the unvaccinated for the spread of the virus when 70% - 100% of fully vaccinated people also spread the virus. Therefore, vaccine mandates, passports, and the refusal to let unvaccinated people into establishments is very misguided because the vaccinated spread the virus just as much as the unvaccinated do.
My daughter's boss had a husband who came down with COVID after never taking the vaccine, and spent spent two weeks in the hospital and is still on supplemental oxygen at home, where he cannot work.
Who came out better, the vaccinated or the unvaccinated?