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My wife is allergic to tetanus (horse serum) and both of us are allergic to sulfa, but we both qualified for Moderna and we have both successfully taken it and survived. We are now 5 weeks past the second dose. (y)
 
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My wife is allergic to tetanus (horse serum) and both of us are allergic to sulfa, but we both qualified for Moderna and we have both successfully taken it and survived. We are now 5 weeks past the second dose. (y)
I'm supposed to hear from the doctor on Monday. If he gives the green light the Department of Health will give me the Johnson and Johnson shot, but they won't do it without a doctor's approval. I guess some liability issue or something, which I didn't think anyone had any liability with these shots. Anyway, might be getting mine as early as Thursday if the stars all align.
 

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I'm supposed to hear from the doctor on Monday. If he gives the green light the Department of Health will give me the Johnson and Johnson shot, but they won't do it without a doctor's approval. I guess some liability issue or something, which I didn't think anyone had any liability with these shots. Anyway, might be getting mine as early as Thursday if the stars all align.
I think the liability they are worried about is negligence or malpractice and the ones it would come back on is the doctors not the Pharmaceutical Companies. If the doc knows you have a preexisting condition that could cause an allergic reaction and gives you the shot anyway if you die he/she could become liable for malpractice.
 

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Doctor gave me the green light for the Johnson and Johnson 1 shot vaccine. I will be going Thursday.
 

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Vaccine Day here today for my.
Nothing I want to get. But being almost 60 and overweight and meeting customers daily in my business. I'm going to get it. The Johnson and Johnson third shift batch I'm thinking made in Maryland...
lol. One shot and I'm covered. My girlfriend got the Mederma and she goes back in a week for dose two. Maines virus is still 200 to 400 a day. Bars and everything is open. Alot more folks will die before summer actually starts.
 

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Hoping to get the vaccine soon.
get it or dont get it. Anything to put this behind us is a good thing. Masks, sure. Even if they help a little. This virus needs to be wiped out 100% before life can resemble something close to normal. Lockdown? Sure. Distancing? Sure. Lets get this done. Enough conspiracy already.
 
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Considering this mild virus has a 99.9xxx% survival rate I'm not worried in the least. I just hope vaccinations aren't mandated or I will search for a religion that gets a religious pass. :D
 
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CDC released info that the variants are being well-defended against by the pfizer and moderna.
 
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I can understand avoiding a vaccine if your medical history indicates that... but wearing a mask is something we all OWE each other.
If you're wearing a mask, you're protected, IF masks are effective in preventing transmission. I can respect you and not wear a mask. I believe in gathering facts from multiple sources and making my own decisions...Legalize Freedom!
 
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If you're wearing a mask, you're protected, IF masks are effective in preventing transmission. I can respect you and not wear a mask. I believe in gathering facts from multiple sources and making my own decisions...Legalize Freedom!
No... that’s not the purpose of your wearing a mask. It does not protect YOU. It helps protect OTHERS. The reason a surgeon wears a mask during surgery is not to protect himself.... Doh.
 

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No... that’s not the purpose of your wearing a mask. It does not protect YOU. It helps protect OTHERS. The reason a surgeon wears a mask during surgery is not to protect himself.... Doh.
Masks that doctors wear prevent large droplets of bodily fluids that may contain viruses or other germs from escaping via the nose and mouth. These masks are specific for their job and are changed often. The mask can't stop a virus transmitted through normal breathing.

Mask mandated by local gov'ts and stores are not uniform and therefore illustrate that it is more of a panacea than a deterrence from infection. I have seen bandanas used as well as people wearing masks under their nose. Masks inhibit oxygen flow and trap germs and do more damage to a person than helping.
I'll chance a 99.9xx% survival rate all day long than restrict my personal freedoms.
 
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Enough ranting about masks ... It's a pointless argument ... Move on.
 
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Over and done here. I did come home and grab the red sharpe and put a few dots on my shoulder. My girlfriend glanced at my arm..OMG..what did they do to you ???
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Masks that doctors wear prevent large droplets of bodily fluids that may contain viruses or other germs from escaping via the nose and mouth. These masks are specific for their job and are changed often. The mask can't stop a virus transmitted through normal breathing.

Mask mandated by local gov'ts and stores are not uniform and therefore illustrate that it is more of a panacea than a deterrence from infection. I have seen bandanas used as well as people wearing masks under their nose. Masks inhibit oxygen flow and trap germs and do more damage to a person than helping.
I'll chance a 99.9xx% survival rate all day long than restrict my personal freedoms.
You better look at the survival rate at you specific age. Your number does not make sense for people the older they get. Your figure might work for kids under five years old. Don’t know or care.

in any case please take your chances. That is one more dose of the vaccine available for someone else. 😄
 

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Rabies is nearly 100% fatal to humans.

Humans are one of the most resistant mammals to the terrestrial version of rabies.

I used to handle rabid or suspected rabid animals on a regular basis.....sometimes several a day or week.

The Rabies vaccine has gotten much better, but it’s known for some poor reactions.

I got the 3-shot pre-exposure Rabies vaccination series 30 years ago to protect myself and others around me.

It sucked, and I had some mild reactions.

I’ll finish the Moderna COVID series in a couple weeks....same theory.

Personally, I could give a rat’s ass if you choose not to....just don’t put me (and my family) at risk by your actions, and we're all good...

Just my opinion.
 
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COVID-19 vaccination site shuts down after adverse reactions to Johnson & Johnson shot, report says....

Thirteen people at a COVID-19 vaccination site in Colorado had adverse reactions to the Johnson & Johnson vaccine on Wednesday — shutting down operations for the day, a report said.

No worries it was only ONE PERCENT of the patients that had a bad reaction. Standing in line for a "flavor" of Covid Light really has me puzzled.
 
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The whole process was simple and easy and for a government run project remarkably smooth.
 
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