I think a vaccine is coming out soon. I’ve been asked by my employer if I want the vaccine or not. Six techs said yes, 5 declined and 3 undecided. I’m not sure if I should get it or wait.
Northern Ireland is expected to receive 1.5 million doses of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine and 2.85 million of Oxford's AstraZeneca jab if they receive official authorisation, the Department of Health said.
Some people can have bad reactions lots of medications, the vaccine has being tested on thousand of people with no serious side effects. There are no guarantees with any medication, but vaccine's have proved over decades to be safe and effective there is no reason why this one will be any different.We don't know what the side effects of the covid-19 vaccine are going to be.
"Medication" people already generally take typically falls into the category of tried-and-true. Fairly well-understood side effects, from minor to sometimes major. Which makes it much simpler to evaluate.I don't get why some would not get it. If they are worried about possible side effects, then they would not take any medication.
I don't trust in god, I put my trust in God (capital G), and I've only spent one day in a hospital (more than 40 years ago) for an infection in my elbow. I go to doctors, but I don't trust them with my life though. I only trust my life to God.Trust god to do what, are good Christians people not dyeing of CV19. If you are sick or injured do you trust in god or go to a hospital.