Should I Take The Vaccine? And Which One If I Have a Choice?
by CyberGh0st - May 10, 2021 at 09:28 PM
#13
depending on where you are you might not have a choice in the vaccine, i would still take it regaredless of the one they provide. if you do have a choice i would take pfizer or moderna. but at the end o fthe day they all do the trick
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#14
my friend got Moderna the other day and came it in a rash....they have lips the size of the moon as well O.o

not heard much going wrong with pfizer though
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#15
id say it depends on your health, if youve had covid, your age etc. vaccines cost a lot of money and if its not necessary there is no reason to drive your countries debt up
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#16
Like everyone here is saying, taking the vaccine is your choice. I have friends that don't want to take it because they want to wait for more research to come out, and I have friends that have taken the vaccine. Those that have taken it experienced side effects such as fatigue, fever, chills; especially from a vaccine that requires the second dose.
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#17
(May 10, 2021 at 09:28 PM)CyberGh0st Wrote: I have been reading about multiple vaccines and some are debatably better than others what do yall think and what would you choose if you were given a choice to pick....

As many have already said it really depends on where in the world you are located. There are up and downsides to all versions i guess. If you yourself are at risk for stroke or bloodclots you probably should go for a rna based vaccine (Comirnaty,Moderna) as the vecors based vaccines (J&J, Astrazeneca) present a small chance of developing bloodclots in your brain....but the again some research just came out that the rna vaccines *could* lead to heart problems in younger people. 

I guess at this point there is still to little research on all covid vaccines because they are so new. Good luck and stay healthy!  Shy
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#18
(May 14, 2021 at 03:35 AM)EPP Wrote: Would you suck a nigger cock full of AIDS? If not, there's your answer.

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Haha, good one and exactly my point when it comes to vaccines.
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#19
i got mine from pfizer - i ve been feeling great since
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#20
YES! the best ones appear to be Pfizer and Moderna. I will take the vaccine and I hope it will be one of these two
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#21
(May 14, 2021 at 03:35 AM)EPP Wrote: Would you suck a nigger cock full of AIDS? If not, there's your answer.

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Geeze okay... Well I don't feel good anymore
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#22
Evite to take Astrazeneca, i have alot of friend that got alot of collateral effects
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#23
I took AstraZeneca. It was not that bad as some said. I had temperature for 1 day. But on the next everything was fine.
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#24
I think you should just take the one which is worldwide recognizable by others, so you don't have to worry about pcr tests and stuff when travelling. Also i heard pfizer is most recognizable.
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