You don't know much about vaccines.That's just a ploy to turn one American against another. If the vax really worked, you would have nothing to fear.
what I do know is that if it doesn't work, I'm not going to put all the rest of what comes with it into my body. There are tons of people who took the vax that have covid-19 and in the hospital now.You don't know much about vaccines.
Definition of vaccine. 1 : a preparation that is administered (as by injection) to stimulate the body's immune response against a specific infectious agent or disease.
Really?what I do know is that if it doesn't work, I'm not going to put all the rest of what comes with it into my body. There are tons of people who took the vax that have covid-19 and in the hospital now.
I'm an atheist and I REJECT these faux vaccines based on the science.From conservative David French.
There is no religious liberty interest in refusing the COVID vaccine.
As we approach nine months of vaccine availability and nine months of flood-the-zone coverage of vaccine safety and efficacy, it is clear that much (though certainly not all) of our remaining refusal problem is not one of information but one of moral formation itself. The very moral framework of millions of our fellow citizens—the way in which they understand the balance between liberty and responsibility—is gravely skewed.
To understand the skew, it’s first necessary to understand the proper balance, and while we have vaccine endorsements from Christian leaders from across the Catholic/Protestant spectrum, we also have guidance from church fathers—individuals who no one can claim have caved to some “establishment” or are motivated by supposed invites to mythical beltway “cocktail parties.” For example, read these famous words from Martin Luther, written during a plague in his own time:
The balance is clear. It is incumbent on the Christian to take care of themselves, including by taking medicine “in order not to become contaminated” (a nice definition of a vaccine before vaccines were invented). To the extent that he or she takes risks, those risks should be on behalf of others. As a person created in the image of God, taking care of yourself is an independent good. Taking care of yourself so that you can care for others is an even nobler good.
Christian vaccine refusal not only rejects self-care, it enhances risks to innocent and vulnerable neighbors. Even vaccinated people can catch relatively rare breakthrough cases. And every person—regardless of vaccination status—is vulnerable to the strains placed on a region’s hospitals when COVID runs rampant.
I also fear that the relentless right-wing political focus on religious liberty has obscured two realities—that our liberties have limits when they collide with the rights of others, and that the exercise of our liberty carries with it profound moral responsibility.
I agree. Let's take a look at some of the science. First, seventy-eight percent of Democrats believe that 20% of all those who get Covid, will be hospitalized. In fact, forty-eight percent of Democrats believe that fifty percent of those who get Covid will require hospitalization. The actual number of those hospitalized: Depending on age group, underlying conditions 1%-5% of Covid cases are hospitalized.I'm an atheist and I REJECT these faux vaccines based on the science.
Why in gods name would you take it every day? The standard is one treatment every 3 to 6 months. That's all it takes to reduce the likelihood of getting symptomatic COVID-19 by 75% in the first month. Stop spreading misinformation.Sure you can.
That's even more expensive.
Ivermectin- 1 tablet a day.
5 day supply- $22.65
30 day supply- $128.40
Retail not including the doctor's prescription, refills, etc.
That's what the label said, not me.Why in gods name would you take it every day? The standard is one treatment every 3 to 6 months. That's all it takes to reduce the likelihood of getting symptomatic COVID-19 by 75% in the first month. Stop spreading misinformation.