If you think you should skip the #COVID19 vaccine, my DMs are open. I will try to convince you to reconsider. No pressure. But let me try to answer your questions and give you the information you need from reputable sources. I’ll explain all the details. #GetVaccinated💉

@jwildeboer and I value my own health ahead of others (spreader context, not a total sociopath). I wear masks and social distance. 35yrs.

@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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