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posted ago by MrPussyWhiskers ago by MrPussyWhiskers +22 / -3

I know that some of us will take exactly 0 shots of this "vaccine." What about the general population who is more supportive of vaccines? Will they be willing to roll up their sleeves once or twice a year for the rest of their lives?

Many highly vaccinated places are seeing a surge in covid (like Singapore, Israel, and New England), so this is an indication that the virus will be here for a while because among other things, the vaccine is leaky, so we'll need booster shots every year. The side effects will begin piling up, and the potential for ADE increases with each variant in the wild. Will people be okay with the jabs every year, or will they feel that they have done their part and so no more jabs?

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Turbotron 7 points ago +7 / -0

My co worker said he had to call 4 times to book his 3rd shot. He was excited that he finally got an appointment to go in.

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MrPussyWhiskers [S] 2 points ago +3 / -1

Lol. Well, once the experimental phase is over, they'll bring out the real vaccine. So let's thank him for being a willing guinea pig.

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BritPedeMEGA 2 points ago +2 / -0

Gotta catch em all! Hey, seeing as he likes to get mystery ingredient solutions inserted into his deltoid, he will be glad to know Israel are talking about a 4th shot.

Sorry… “booster”. To uh… boost the 1st booster. That boosted the previous 3. Safe and effective, after your 4th.*

*more shots may be required. Or until Pfizer make enough money.