Why I’m Not Getting The Vaccine

First let me say the obligatory, “I not an anti vaxxer.”  While my faith in government and public health authorities has been utterly destroyed this past year due to their collective horrible pandemic response, I believe vaccines as a whole have brought us miraculous benefits.  I also think, at this point, the people who are vulnerable to a bad case of Covid should get the vaccine and that those of us who are not should not feel pressured to do so.

So What’s My Beef With These New Vaccines?

1.  Based on my age, health and lifestyle, my chances of suffering a severe bout of Covid, let alone death are very small. Injecting experimental drugs in to my body to combat a virus I stand a 99.98% of surviving doesn’t just seem absurd, it is.

2.  Not one of the vaccines are FDA approved.  They have Emergency Use Approval (EUA), but FDA approval requires studies on long term effects, which of course these newly hatched vaccines do not have .  Anyone taking the jab now is essentially a clinical trial participant on long term effects.

3.  Along those same lines, mRNA vaccines are new to the market.  Yes, the technology behind them has been around for awhile, but they’ve never before been used in humans. Call me crazy, but I’d rather be an observer in this grand experiment then a guinea pig.

4.  As with all vaccines, there are potential side effects, some of them very unpleasant like death or the AstraZeneca blood clot fiasco, which caused several European countries to pause those vaccinations. While I understand serious complications are rare, I’ve heard enough, “He/she died within days of getting the vaccine, but we can’t be sure it’s because of this…”  stories to take note.

On a personal note, a good friend of mine went in to atrial fibrillation (AFib) after getting the 2nd Pfeizer shot and had to have an emergency procedure done to get her heart rhythm normal again.  Her primary care physician said she can’t recommend the vaccines after a perfectly healthy patient died after getting it and another, a marathon runner, ended up in the ER with heart damage.

Something called Antibody Dependent Enhancement Syndrome (ADE) is also a concern.  This involves your immune response going whacko where instead of fighting the infection, it opens the door for pathogens to invade your cells making you extremely sick.  The potential for  severe allergic reactions to polyethylene glycol (PEG), which is the packaging surrounding the messenger RNA cannot be overlooked either.

There is also the truly alarming prospect that mass vaccination during an active pandemic will cause stronger, more deadly virus mutations much the same way bacteria learns how to overcome over prescribed antibiotics.  Is this likely?  I don’t know but I’ve heard more than a few scientists express this concern.

Just the fact that many scientists and doctors around the world have strong concerns about these vaccines makes me think we should stop rushing this process.

5.  I’m not supposed to say this but, mRNA vaccines are a form of gene therapy and I’m just not very keen on messing with the ones I was born with.  mRNA stands for messenger ribonucleic acid which basically instructs cells in the body to make proteins to prevent or fight disease. Both the Pfeizer and Moderna vaccines use mRNA to program a person’s cells to produce many copies of a fragment of the virus. The fragment then stimulates the immune system to attack if the real virus tries to invade the body, which all sounds pretty gene therapyish to me.

When the American Society of Gene + Cell Therapy  tells us in regards to the vaccines  that gene therapy is a viable strategy for developing vaccines to combat COVID-19, perhaps we should take them seriously that it is indeed gene therapy.

6.  While most Covid cases do not require hospitalization, there are therapeutics available to tamp things down before this becomes necessary, which I would rather take my chances with.  Over the counter supplements include zinc, quercetin, high dose vitamins D3 and C ( I take all of these prophylactically) have been shown to be helpful for immune support.

And many doctors have had success with prescription drugs like Ivermectin, hydroxychloroquine with Zinc and Azythromycin.  I’ll leave it up to you to do your own research on these things and discuss them with your doctor, but please know testing positive for Covid is rarely an automatic one way trip to the hospital.

Government Incompetence

I find great tragedy in the fact that the government went all in for vaccines while putting little resources towards effective therapeutics which could have saved countless lives.  A strong focus on good health through weight loss, diet, nutrition and exercise would also have done wonders.  Certainly better than shutting down gyms and parklands around the country while forcing us to stay home, where overeating and drinking became common.

Plus Corruption

Did you know an Emergency Use Authorization becomes invalid if other effective treatments are available?  I didn’t until recently and it sure makes me wonder about how the billions of dollars flowing through the Covid vaccine industry would have come to a halt had a successful drug been found. Certainly it would be difficult not be incentivized towards keeping the money spigot open over pursuing vaccine alternative therapies.

Plus Manipulation

I also find the vaccine narrative as being the responsible thing to do grating.  As with the other empty Corona phrases like stay home/stay safe, my mask protects you and your protects me, we’re all in this together, etc…it’s designed to be divisive by creating moral superiority in those who choose to vaccinate and shame in those who don’t.

It’s classic government psychological operations , where in partnership with the media select information is dispensed to manipulate feelings and induce certain behaviors. Information that runs counter to the narrative will be blocked, mocked and dismissed as crazy talk.

Equals Zero Trust

That’s been the standard operating procedure this entire Covidian year, where the unholy alliance of government, media, Big Tech and Big Pharma trashed civil liberties around the world and caused much suffering.  Now this same alliance is herding us towards mass vaccination by dangling the prospect of normal life in front of us.  If we just line up like good sheep and take our shot a passport to freedom will be granted.

There is nothing normal about any of this and thus I will respectfully decline the vaccine.

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83 Responses to Why I’m Not Getting The Vaccine

  1. Sue Cass says:

    Amen and very well said. I refuse these vaccines (of death in my opinion) as well.

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  2. Lisa V says:

    100% agree. For all of the same reasons. There are way too many “why’s?” Not to mention for most of our lives doctors have told us that they don’t give antibiotics for viruses because they have to run their course, yet NOW we’re told a vaccine will work? Not buying it either. Feel free to come join our village when they run us all out of town for not being vaccinated. We’ll even hug you as you come through the front door! No masks required.

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  3. yes, run…run far far away—I’m here to tell you!! You know I’m the one who always takes it for the team—well, I’m telling you, after my little episode…RUN!!

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    • Tricia says:

      Yes Julie you are the sacrificial one taking it for the team! Seriously how did it go? I know you did the first shot, did you have the second yet?

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      • The second one is schedule on Saturday before Easter—we have a wedding in Atlanta Friday, race back home that night, go early for the shot, then get ready to have the whole family for Easter—will I get deathly ill again?? I pray not—but if the second is anything like the first, it will be a miserable Easter.
        I’ve tried to see if I could reschedule but it seems that isn’t too much of an option.
        But I do have a friend who also had Covid when I did…her first shot was like mine…death.
        Then her second was not as bad.
        I have heard the opposite for others but they had not had Covid…so we shall see.
        I will tell you that I was adamant about NOT getting it—but Gregory got nervous.
        He’s 10 years older than I am and I think all of his friends having gotten theirs and knowing some healthy guys dying from Covid scared him.
        We got “vaccine shamed”
        I have a dear friend who is a doctor and told me DO NOT—but my own doctor was a big fat yes.
        Having had Covid serves us well—but then we went and got the shot and introduced scariness into our bodies.
        I have been so mad at myself for compromising my principles but like Kathy said after getting both of hers….”well, if I die, I’ll be with God and out of this crazy mess”
        so either way…God’s got this…despite me maybe screwing up.
        So, yep…taking it for the team.
        I applaud you my friend–stick to those guns!

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        • Tricia says:

          Well, I certainly hope you don’t get ill again Julie. Both of you guys have had Covid though so it still puzzles me why your doctor would recommend getting the vaccine? There is no reason to think it will provide better protection than the real infection you had. It’s not about the antibodies, but the T cells which a natural infection triggers.

          Don’t be too hard on yourself as the entire world seems focused on herding us in to getting the vaccine and it can be hard to resist, especially if you have friends and family pushing you to. I’ll be praying for you girl, I’m sure things will be fine.

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  4. Frank Hubeny says:

    I’m not taking it either. Nothing seems normal about any of this.

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  5. Aldous Huxley says:

    After having a good friend tell me 2 fathers died after taking the poison vaccine, plus one other hospitalized, and all were healthy before the jab, just confirms that this is my body, my choice. If it works for the KKK planned parenthood eugenics clinics, it should work for this.
    Gosh, after College dropout thieving Bill Gates who won’t have his own kids get vaccinated while making billions off this scamdemic, and he has stated publicly that with vaccines we can reduce the population, everyone should run away.
    After all, I am not a conspiracy theorist, as I don’t believe the fear porn propaganda media nor the government.
    Run away as fast as you can!!

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  6. Trish, I’m taking the same prophylactic supplements as you, except for one extra: Elderberry gummies (2/day). I haven’t even had a normal cold in the 10 months I’ve been taking all of them.
    That’s nothing to sneeze at.

    I wish it was easy to get a doctor’s prescription for ivermectin, because I’d be taking that too. I agree that the government should have invested in heavy production and distribution (OTC) of ivermectin (based on its proven safety). Tens of thousands of lives, maybe hundreds of thousands, would have been saved.

    – Jeff

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    • Tricia says:

      I guess great minds think alike Jeff. ;). I’ve heard good stuff about Eldberries, maybe I’ll give them a try. I will tel you I’ve hd a couple of could this past year but as soon as I feel one coming on I double dose on everything and it’s gone the next day.

      There is a website called askanmd.com which I’m told will do a virtual consult and then prescribe things like Ivermectin or hydroxy if warranted. There are in my back pocket if needed.

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  7. Awesome post, Tricia. Well done. I agree with every point you’ve made.

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  8. My doctor advised me not to get a covid-19 vaccine. My husband’s doctor advised him not to get a covid-19 vaccine. And my stepdaughter’s doctor advised her not to get a covid-19 vaccine. Three different doctors. So… I’m with you, Tricia.

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    • Tricia says:

      Wow Linda, that sure says something doesn’t it! It’s crazy with what’s going on with the media telling us one thing while reality slaps us in the head with stuff like that.

      Thanks for coming by Linda.

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  9. Mary Ann says:

    Thank you for sharing your honest opinion.
    What is heartbreaking is reading about the number of deaths and hospitalizations after the fact.
    Yet the before the fact is never the cause..
    And having family members who are in line .. I pray..and pray.

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  10. The Night Wind says:

    I’m not an anti-vaxxer either, but too many shady characters and shady circumstances are involved with this one. The companies making them won’t release them until the countries that want to buy them release them from legal liability. Even the CEOs of most of Big Pharma won’t get vaxxed themselves and some sold off their stocks as soon as the product hit the market. Those ought to be huge red flags by themselves. That and the fact the people pushing it are all big advocates of population control.

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  11. Howdy. I certainly understand your reasoning. Very well articulated and researched.

    I am at significant risk and I had 2 doctors I see recommend I take it. They care for me and have been very concerned given my medical condition and age.

    I have had both shots. No reactions to them at all.


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    • Tricia says:

      Thanks Michael. I don’t have a problem with people taking the vaccine if they feel it’s a wise choice. In your case it sounds like it was and I’m glad you consulted with 2 doctors. That’s exactly how informed consent is supposed to work.

      Unfortunately many in government and public policy seem intent on treating us all as if we share the same risk factors as you (even children!) and are amping up pressure to mass vaccinate everyone. I think this will turn out to be a disastrous mistake.

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  12. As I have said many times before, and will no doubt say many times again, I never trust any product if its manufacturer is legally exempt from liability if their product maims or kills me.

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    • Tricia says:

      Amen to that!

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    • The Night Wind says:

      It’s worse than that, Big Pharma has made that conditional. They won’t sell the vaccine anywhere that the government doesn’t grant them immunity from prosecution or being sued. If it’s so safe and so necessary to save lives, why the conditions? When the polio vaccine came out, Jonas Salk renounced any rights to it so that everyone could have access to it. You’d think that if COVID really was such a deadly killer, Big Pharma would be handing out the ‘cure’ to anyone who asked for it.

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  13. Aldous Huxley says:

    Two Danish Patients Suffer Brain Hemorrhages After Receiving AstroZeneca COVID-19 Vaccines


    How many more people will die by believing the propaganda LYING main stream media?

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  14. con says:

    It’s the succession of lies and constantly moving the goal posts – since when did anything that was good for you require tricks to make you take it? And the govt suddenly being generous and caring about anyone’s health? Politicians lie. What we all need is the truth.

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  15. Al says:

    As with all your posts, Tricia, this one is well thought out, well written and fact based.

    We have both had our shot, as we are vulnerable by age. Neither of us had any reaction to either shot. I last had the flu in 1975. Since then I have had the flu shot every year. Have not gotten the flu or even a cold, since. I figured if I have been successfully rolling the dice all these years, I might as keep the dice hot. I believe the stories about people dying after the shot must have something to do with allergies. Things like that happen to some people just getting standard medical care, but the odds are probably similar to the 99.98% you mentioned.

    As for the government involvement, as always, whenever a national crisis occurs politicians see it as a chance for more power grab. Except, in this case, it seems to have happened more on the state level than nationally. Biden and Pelosi are too busy grabbing power on all other levels to be too concerned with Covid right now. We have never been closer to circling the drain of Socialism.

    Looking forward to seeing you this summer. I hope to have this second nose that is suddenly growing out of my neck removed by then. Hmmmmm…..

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    • Tricia says:

      Well thanks Al, I always appreciate your comments and support. I definitely think it makes sense for some people to get the vaccine and I wouldn’t try and argue anyone out of it. Even with that second nose problem! 😉

      All vaccines pose some risks, especially the mRNA ones which are entirely new to the market and of which we have no long term data for. I just want an honest representation of the side effects and how many have suffered from them which I can tell you right now we are not getting from the govt and media. For them to pressure everyone to get it, or God forbid mandate it I think is madness. Now they are talking about vaccinating kids as young as 2…..

      I’m sure you both will be fine and I too am looking forward to meeting up! Don’t worry about removing the second nose, we’ll still be friends.

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  16. Mel Wild says:

    Great post and well-reasoned, Tricia. I’m not against vaccines either, and won’t tell people not to take one. If that will get them out of their bunker and rejoin society, I say go for it! 🙂

    I got COVID last October. I was pretty sick for a few days, but it wasn’t near as bad as other sicknesses I’ve had, including the flu. It certainly wasn’t worse than the Russian Flu (H1N1) I got in 1977, which almost killed me. There was no vaccine for that and no lockdowns. I didn’t realize it at the time, but one of the reasons COVID wasn’t as bad for me was because I take a regular vitamin supplement that includes healthy doses of D3, C, Zinc, and Selenium, all of which have been found to mitigate against COVID.

    Btw, my wife got the Swine Flu (H1N1) in 2009, was sick in bed for a week, but I never got it. And she didn’t get COVID from me last year. No social distancing because I didn’t even know I had COVID until I gave blood! I give blood every 90 days and my blood always tests positive for COVID antibodies (since last October. So, I’ll pass on the vaccine myself. I’ve never taken a flu vaccine either, btw.

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    • Tricia says:

      I tell you Mel it has been very nice to see. more seniors out and about and starting to live life again. Indeed if the vaccine is what it takes, more power to them!

      I didn’t know you had Covid and it’s interesting your wife never got it. I think people have a lot more built in immunity from other coronaviruses than the CDC and other experts will give credit for. I”m sure your supplements helped you too.

      There is 0 reason for anyone that’s had Covid to get the vaccine. In fact I’ve read in several places you could have a much rougher time with it than those that haven’t been exposed to the virus. As with everything Covid, “experts” not believing a natural infection provides strong (and probably better) immunity is flipping 100 years of virus knowledge on its head.

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      • Mel Wild says:

        My wife has O-negative blood. We heard that blood type has a natural resistance to Covid. And like I said, she did get the Swine flu. I think this whole thing was blown out of proportion. And then we followed the CCP method of fighting the disease by shutting everything down. States like Florida and South Dakota proved that to be the wrong thing to do.

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  17. Salvageable says:

    Great post, and I’m with you, Tricia. My employer had pharmacists come in and offer the vaccine and had a drawing for a gift card, as well as giving 8 Paid Time Off hours for every employee who got a shot. I still skipped the opportunity. As you say, too many unanswered questions. J.

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  18. Citizen Tom says:

    Reblogged this on Citizen Tom and commented:
    I am not in favor of forcing people to do things they don’t want to do. So, when Tricia says she doesn’t want to get vaccinated for COVID-19, I just shrug my shoulders and consider the logic of her decision. Does it make sense? I think so. Undoubtedly, others will be horrified. Tricia is not obeying the advice of Dr. Fauci! Burn the evil witch!

    Did I get one of the COVID-19 vaccines? Yes. I got the moderna vaccine, and I will be taking the second shot. Not happy about the risks involved, but I am a relatively old guy, and I don’t want to take the chance of passing COVID-19 to my lady. That said, I don’t see much point in my children and grandchildren in getting vaccinated, but my children are old enough to make their own decisions.

    Does everyone make good decisions? No, but there is no one wise enough we can trust except our Lord and Savior Christ Jesus to make decisions for everyone. For the time being, it appears Jesus doesn’t want the job. That is probably because most of us are so ridiculously critical.
    Check the Bible. God doesn’t accept our foolish criticism.

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  19. Jim says:

    My thoughts exactly. I’m not worried about this for myself. I don’t want the vaccine. I won’t take it. When somebody tell me “You SHOULD get it, it’s the RIGHT thing to do blah blah blah….”.this is how I answer: “Have you’ve committed your life to the Lord Jesus Christ yet? Why not? You should. Sit down and let me explain it to you…” Conversation over.

    But seriously….my doctor told my the virus and the vaccine are BS and told me NOT to get it. What can I say….Doctors orders!

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    • Tricia says:

      Doctors orders, yes! It’s amazing to me that so many people follow Fauci and the CDC in regards to how they should live their lives. The vaccines probably are ok for the ones that need them but certainly let the rest of us choose for ourselves!


  20. I have taken two shots of Pizer with minimal effects.

    Being 80 years old and told by a long-time family doctor that if I get Covid I will be toast, the decision was easy. I had a simple chance incentive to choose to take the shot or risk becoming toasted.

    My son and daughter families both become infected and only had mild flue like symptoms.
    In my opinion, everyone should make their own choices. If they do not have hospitalization insurance, and relatively healthy and contract the virus, so be it.

    Problem in our socialized medicine, anyone who contracts the virus and does not have insurance will be accepted in emergency hospitals and the costs paid for by government taxpayers.
    And if they decide not to take the shots, and then get the covid, there is no monetary incentives for them to discern that if they do become infected, they have to pay.

    What is probably needed is for government to give the choice to people whether they want it the shot or not. And if they refuse and get it, they have to pay the costs instead of taxpayers.

    By doing so, it provides a monetary incentive which most people now do not have in our socialized humanitarian laws of governing where anyone who walks into a hospital emergency room must by law be admitted regardless if they can pay or not.

    Regards and goodwill blogging.

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    • Tricia says:

      Hey Scattered thanks for the comment. Glad your feeling good after yours shots and I hope you continue to do so. I get where you’re coming from with the government threatening monetary punishment to encourage being vaxxed, it just doesn’t sit well with me ethically. Shall we do the same for all vaccines then? What about poor diet and lifestyle choices resulting in serious illness?

      Of course not, but once you start going down that path…..

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      • Tricia, Tom,

        Thanks for your comment,

        The Idea is not mine. It is presently used by many Physicians to prevent them from malpractice lawsuits. I found out about it when my daughter refused a doctor’s advice for a flu shot for my grandson with an asthma condition. They insisted she sign a form to prove she refused their advice.

        Most people have no idea the portion of their medical bills is a result of the high insurance they must pay. Physicians have no choice but to insure them from lawsuits from patients who do not follow their advice and later get sick because they did not take the advice offered to them.

        Many then sue the doctors when they later see a lawyer who: “invests” in their suit by processing a suit free knowing he will get a third or more of the settlement paid by the insurers.

        Since most lawyers are Democrats, that is why the Democrat Party would not agree to the Republicans trying to pass laws to prohibit employees from being sued by employees when they accuse the employers for making them work with other people.

        Only in America.

        In my opinion, for some reason, we will never hear this explanation being reported by a major news source for some reason. Possibly because if more people understand, there will be a mass number of suits by people who contracted Coronavirus and were ater laid off because the government shut them down.
        Lawyers don’t advertise because they prefer this not be too well advertised and wind up getting the legislation proposed by the Republicans passed because the present Civil Court backlogs will take more than the present seven years to come to trial.

        As Tom stated, the vaccines were approved as an emergency measure, so I believe it absolve the US government and vaccine suppliers from the suits, but not the lawyers against physicians and their insurers.

        Sad. Only in America.

        Regards and goodwill blogging.

        PS After my grandson caught the flu that same year, my daughter now makes certain he gets the annual flue shots which both myself and her physician tried to advise her.

        Even my doctor complains about his son in law who is a car mechanic and will not allow his grandchildren to obtain the flue shot in spite of his medical training and advice because of his asthma..

        Only in America

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        • Tricia says:

          Oh my God, yes, you’ve hit the nail on the head with liability and lawyers jacking up the cost of our healthcare. That’s a very interesting story about you grandson too, sums up the ridiculousness of healthcare in America. Thanks for sharing.

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          • Aldous Huxley says:

            Modern medicine is purely a business model to profit off of your early demise.
            As with the liability being waved, they don’t have to worry about it killing people at least right?
            Everything is completely inverted as Orwell stated in 1984 written in 1948. It is not fiction.
            All death and destruction like war, is merely a business model.


  21. marmoewp says:

    Tricia, from my reading of the available data you seriously underestimate the health risks involved in going through a Covid-19 infection.

    In your first point, you do not quantify what you consider “very small”. I could not find clear statistics of the sort “if you get infected, your chances of requiring hospitalization are xyz.” However, from my reading available data I estimate the chance to require hospitalization at 5% to 15%, when infected in the age bracket 50 to 65. That is not something I would call very small. Survival rate when infected seems to be about 99.8% at age 50 and about 99.0% at age 65, that’s chances between 1 in 500 and 1 in 100 not making it. Mind you, survival does mean just that, survival. It does not mean that you go back to your previous health status.

    These are the numbers to the best of my knowledge and already the fatality chances differ from your 99.98% estimate by a factor of 10 to 50. It is up to you, whether you still consider the risks entailing an infection lower than the risks of a vaccination.

    As an aside, the Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna mRNA vaccines are not a gene therapy, they do not change your genome. Both of them and the AstraSeneca vaccine by now have received the normal approval by the European Medicines Agency. Over here, only the timeline of approval was streamlined for fast approval, but not the requirements for approval. The blood clot risk of AstraSeneca is about one in 200,000 vaccinations and a tested and established drug suitable for treatment (not prevention) has been identified.

    I will take the shot as soon as I have a chance to get it, be it Moderna, BioNTech or AstraSeneca.

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    • Tricia says:

      I didn’t read your whole comment because I just don’t have time right now. But honestly who cares? Due to the extensive research I’ve done and the intimate knowledge I have of my own health situation I don’t feel my risk from covid is enough to warrant an experimental vaccine. Why should you care? If you want the vaccine go for it, just leave the rest of us alone please.

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      • marmoewp says:

        I wish you and the other readers here luck, good health, and won’t bother you on your blog again.

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        • Tricia says:

          Thank you marmoewp, I wish you good health and luck as well. That’s all I ask is for people to be respectful of other’s choices and understand that they may know and understand things the other person does not. Obviously for you the correct path is to take the vaccine, of which I have no desire to change your mind about.

          We should all be for freedom of choice.

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    • Aldous Huxley says:

      We are obviously not conspiracy theorist like you here marmo.

      Tricias article is based on actual FACTS and proper reasoning, not hyperbole or fear based unsound opinions like you.

      Fear mongering and scare tactics like the fake main stream propaganda media is not welcome here.

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  22. Gary Fultz says:

    Very well presented. We have watched a world wide behavior and thinking modificaion experiment the last year from our perch in the woods and very little TV.
    It’s a much different world.

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  23. tychicusiwannabe says:

    Wow. What an amazing combination of classic logic errors and Dunning-Kruger Effect.

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  24. M.G. Piety says:

    I absolutely agree. If you are part of the population vulnerable to COVID-19, then get the vaccine. If you are not, you have nothing to gain, nor does anyone else, from your getting the vaccine. Contrary to popular belief, there is no evidence that the vaccine prevents transmission. It is what philosophers call a “self-regarding” action rather than an “other-regarding” action. The benefit or injury is restricted to the individual who decides to get the vaccine. The decision affects no one but that person, hence people should not be pressured to undergo this invasive medical procedure. What happened to the “right-to-chose” movement?

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    • Tricia says:

      I so agree M.G., what you say is spot in! There is also the difference between relative risk which is what the vaccine studies measured and absolute risk which is what they should have been judged by and which shows much lower efficacy rates.

      But on we go with this vast experiment in mass vaccination with much of the information needed to truly make an informed consent decision censored from the general public.

      Thanks for coming by!


  25. I agree with every word. One more reason I have to refuse the vaxeen – I’ve already had the disease, and I have the antibodies!
    The cheap, safe, effective drugs that cured this disease were banned, and my doctor and her husband (also a doctor) were told after they had cured many Covd patients that if they continued to prescribe the cures they would have their medical licenses revoked.
    Every one of the ten points of the Nuremburg Code have been broken in this experiment, and proceedings have started for an international court to prosecute those responsible for “crimes against humanity” and mass murder. It should be an interesting year.

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    • Tricia says:

      Well thank you. I have it now so just one more reason for me as well not to get vaxxed! Everything I’ve read says natural immunity is far superior to the vaccines but yet the CDC refuse to acknowledge it. Why? There are so many ridiculous irregularities with this whole process that one cannot help but be not just hesitant, but hell no on these vaccines.

      I can’t believe that about your doctor and her husband. Well actually I can but it’s still shocking to hear. Things should be interesting yes, but we are entering dark times.

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