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Technically I would be against mandatory vaccines for Covid-19, however just because I believe a person should have the right to choose whether or not to be vaccinated, doesn’t mean I believe they should be able to live a normal life as an unvaccinated person between now and the point where the WHO has declared SARS-Cov-2 eradicated and bear in mind that might never happen.

I think anyone who refuses to be vaccinated should not be able to engage in foreign travel and I don’t see the harm in employers being allowed to verify a person’s vaccination status with their GP. I don’t think unvaccinated people have a right to cry discrimination when their own choice is putting other people’s lives in danger.

I would like to see teachers have the right to get a vaccine before schools open and schools have the right to sack teachers that don’t take the vaccine. I believe the governments and scientists around the world need to devote a similar amount of resources into determining if the vaccines are safe for children as they have done for adults so that our children can be kept safe.

That being said, at least I know here in Britain studies are ongoing to determine exactly that but as soon as the outcome of the studies are known I expect there to be no bureaucratic delay in approving the vaccines for children once they have been deemed safe and effective, that means overlapping studies and fast tracked approval just as was done for adults.

Once the vaccines are available for children I believe schools should have the right to deny places to unvaccinated children. Parents of unvaccinated children must still provide an effective full time education to children under 16 years of age.

These, hopefully temporary, restrictions on the freedoms of unvaccinated people should be lifted as soon as the WHO declares SARS-Cov-2 eradicated.

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Americo Duarte   commented December 6

Originally Answered: Would you be against mandatory Covid-19 vaccines?

Definitely: I have never been against vaccination, and was vaccined quite a few times. And I believed in its good, in its effectiveness.

However, I have read quite a bit about “this” vaccine, watched videos, listened to “n” specialists, bacteriologists, virologists, experts, with opposing views, certainties, and am appalled so little is known about it, when Bill Gates himself is not hiding anything from anybody: it´s going to introduce in our bodies a chipped capsule capable of doing quite a few scary things, such as altering our DNA, being able to function as an inside sensor, in terms of location, heart beats, breathing rate, etc., with the capability of life validity.

So, until knowing well what the stuff is and what it does, if it depends on me I will not take it. In any case that´s what I have always done, reading about it, and mostly throwing to the trash the chemical pesticide, and replacing with its natural equivalent, which has proven quite effective.

It is also circulated that there is more than a cure, inexpensive and effective, but Gates in fixed on a specific substance, from a corporation in which he is one of the shareholders. All this C-19 is highly suspicious to me, as for worse viruses nothing of this was needed. Then there are lots of incongruencies, inconsistencies …

In the end, they are going to be enforced, otherwise you will not be able to leave your home, travel, etc. Fishy, right?! …

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Cynthia Delapena, former Consultant to CEO’s of Multi large Company's (1990-2005)Answered December 12Originally Answered: Would you be against mandatory Covid-19 vaccines?

At this juncture during this Pandemic, absolutely no I would not be against mandatory vaccines Globally. As a person who refused to get vaccinated for the last 4 years, that’s saying a lot from me.

This Pandemic is horrendous at best, and according to the multiple unbiased authorities I follow it is only going to get much worse after Christmas here in America & more than likely Globally as well. It is imperative that Humanity as a whole must realize the completely dire consequences we all will most certainly face if we don’t make our best efforts in order to get this Covid Virus/Pandemic under control as soon as possible.

We have the power to save hundreds of thousands of lives right now, if we would ALL work together, here in America & Globally. We can not afford to fight for our rights to not wear masks, to fight & protest to open business, schools, restaurants & the like. This is simply ludicrous at best people!

Yes, we are all frustrated, angered, depressed, going hungry, losing our livelihoods, losing our homes, etc. the loses are simply too many to mention here, & all of the tragedies we’ve already endured because of this Global Covid Pandemic Yet, We ALL must ask ourselves if losing our lives, &/or our families lives,(or our health from the after effects of Covid), is the better choice here?

Yes, we all must get vaccinated, even if our Governments choose to give incentive stimulus packages encouraging us all to get vaccinated, and if this isn’t effective enough . . . Then by all means possible they should make this particular vaccination MANDATORY!

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· With three COVID-19 vaccines available to the public, you may be asking, which one will protect me? The answer is, they all will. Learn more about each vaccine. For more information about the coronavirus vaccine, visit: http://ow.ly/Nf6P50E3GRq

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CDC

Government Organization Apr 15  ·

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· …for the J&J/Janssen vaccine should work with their vaccine provider to get another type of COVID-19 vaccine. Have questions? Here’s what you need to know: https://bit.ly/3acYSnz.

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CARE

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· Mona is an IDP in Yemen, where she is spearheading a hygiene project in a camp for internally displaced people. – care.orgcare.org3 Reasons Why Women Health Workers are Key to COVID-19 Vaccine Access - CARE

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Baylor College

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· …in use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine over blood clot concerns and encourages people to get a different vaccine. #COVID19click2houston.comUS health officials call for ‘pause’ in use of Johnson & Johnson vaccine over clot reports

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UNICEF

Feb 22  ·

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· …prioritized for vaccination - no matter where they live. Getting a vaccine or know someone who is? Post a photo with the v-sign, tell us how you feel and tag @UNICEF to be featured. #Vaccinated ✌️ 📷 UNICEF Bangladesh © Darmady Darmawan

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Baylor College of Medicine

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· …vaccine distribution, but what does this mean for the rest of the U.S. vaccine plan? Dr. Peter Hotez weighs in. #COVID19Vaccinewbur.orgFederal Agencies Recommend A Pause In Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

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UT Medical Center

Apr 12  ·

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· …of reaching the 50,000 total COVID-19 vaccinations milestone over the weekend. https://www.wbir.com/article/news/health/ut-medical-center-administers-50000-total-covid-19-vaccines/51-99336db6-eaa5-4387-9fb2-e97fec28bb3ewbir.comUT Medical Center administers 50,000 total COVID-19 vaccines

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CDC

Government Organization Apr 16  ·

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· …confident in your decision to get vaccinated and prepare yourself for questions your family, friends, and patients might have. Learn more: https://wb.md/3sospkq.

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CDC

Government Organization Apr 14  ·

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· …least 6 feet from others. ✅ Get a vaccine when it’s available to you. 🚫 Avoid crowds and poorly ventilated spaces. 🖐 Wash your hands with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available. See more COVID-19 case data: https://bit.ly/36EDJQI.

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UNICEF

Apr 7  ·

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· …countries have more access to COVID-19 vaccines than lower income ones. It’s dangerous too. If the virus is left unchecked by vaccines in one place, it can easily spread to another. That’s why countries which have more vaccine doses than they need MUST share them. Without global cooperation, we only prolong the pandemic and its impact on children. #OnlyTogether #VaccinEquity #WorldHealthDay #Vaccinated ✌️

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CDC

Government Organization Apr 16  ·

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· …older adults at highest risk. COVID-19 vaccines are effective at protecting you from getting COVID-19. If you’re not comfortable on a computer, don’t be shy about asking someone you trust for help scheduling your vaccination appointment. This may be a child, grandchild, or close friend. Once you are fully vaccinated, you may be able to start doing some things that you had stopped doing because of the pandemic. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3uUqyFN.

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Parkwest Medical Center

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·Looking for the opportunity to get vaccinated?Covenant Health of East Tennessee's postGetting a COVID-19 vaccine is important to protect your health, your loved ones and your community. Appointments are available! Our weekday clinics provide Pfizer vaccines at our convenient Fort Sanders West drive-through location; Moderna vaccines are offered at other Covenant Medical Group locations in our area. Go online any time or call 865-374-6159 between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday to schedule your appointment. There is no charge for the vaccine. https://www.covenanthealth.com/covid-19-vaccinations/ Hear Aaron Browne, supply chain manager for pharmacy sourcing and support services for Covenant Health, discuss the importance of the vaccine and the ease of visiting the drive-through clinic.

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UNICEF

Feb 18  ·

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· …with partners to make 2 billion vaccines available to lower income countries this year.

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· …professionals: During mass COVID-19 vaccination events, there is potential for supply shortages of FDA-cleared sharps disposal containers. Find tips for conserving these containers and what to do if they become scarce. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2OMihEn.

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· There's a lot of misinformation out there about the safety and effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine. That's why we asked an expert to share the facts. Watch the video to see what Natalie, an emergency room physician assistant, told us 👇  · COVID Vaccine Update

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Atrium Health

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· …(4C), Atrium Health hosted a community vaccination event to ensure hundreds of construction workers in our area had access to COVID-19 vaccines. “We have been looking forward to immunizing as many people in our industry as possible,” said Francisco Alvarado, president and CEO of Marand Builders. “Our industry is in and out of hospitals, in and out of offices, and in contact with many people, and it is very important to get them vaccinated.

I encourage everybody to be courageous enough and help themselves, help their community, help their families so we can go back to be a vibrant society and enjoy life.” Suzanne Richard, safety manager at Marand Builders, is a member of Atrium Health’s Community Vaccine Ambassador Program. Ambassadors educate their networks of family, friends, coworkers and organizations about the vaccine and encourage community members to get vaccinated.

"Some people were just not sure about taking the vaccine,” said Suzanne. “I passed on information and followed up with a call and asked if they had any questions. I assured them I had taken my vaccine and it was safe. In the field, my colleagues know they can trust me. It’s really about taking the extra time to say, ‘Let’s walk through this.’

Most everyone I sent extra information to decided to get the vaccine. I’m excited to be an ambassador – I want us to move forward and go back to some normalcy.” Ready to receive your vaccine? Visit https://bit.ly/3tnAd7h for information on upcoming vaccine events and to schedule your appointment. #ThisIsMyShot

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Atrium HealthPage · 51K like this · Medical & HealthApr 15  ·

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· …(4C), Atrium Health hosted a community vaccination event to ensure hundreds of construction workers in our area had access to COVID-19 vaccines. “We have been looking forward to immunizing as many people in our industry as possible,” said Francisco Alvarado, president and CEO of Marand Builders. “Our industry is in and out of hospitals, in and out of offices, and in contact with many people, and it is very important to get them vaccinated.

I encourage everybody to be courageous enough and help themselves, help their community, help their families so we can go back to be a vibrant society and enjoy life.” Suzanne Richard, safety manager at Marand Builders, is a member of Atrium Health’s Community Vaccine Ambassador Program. Ambassadors educate their networks of family, friends, coworkers and organizations about the vaccine and encourage community members to get vaccinated.

"Some people were just not sure about taking the vaccine,” said Suzanne. “I passed on information and followed up with a call and asked if they had any questions. I assured them I had taken my vaccine and it was safe. In the field, my colleagues know they can trust me. It’s really about taking the extra time to say, ‘Let’s walk through this.’

Most everyone I sent extra information to decided to get the vaccine. I’m excited to be an ambassador – I want us to move forward and go back to some normalcy.” Ready to receive your vaccine? Visit https://bit.ly/3tnAd7h for information on upcoming vaccine events and to schedule your appointment. #ThisIsMyShot

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· HospitalApr 15  ·

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· As more vaccines are developed and authorized by the FDA for emergency use in the fight against #COVID19, it can be hard to keep track of who is eligible for what. Currently, Boston Children’s is administering Moderna vaccines for eligible patients age 18+ and Pfizer-BioNTech for eligible patients age 16+. For more COVID-19 resources, visit: http://ms.spr.ly/6181Vj8tc

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Boston Children's Hospital

Apr 15  ·

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· Thank you to Children's Miracle Network Hospitals for featuring our own Dr. Kristin Moffitt, a leading pediatric infectious disease expert in today's Live COVID-19 chat. Tune in and watch.Children's Miracle Network Hospitals's postVaccines and Kids: Where Are We Now & Where Are We Headed? Boston Children's Hospital

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Atrium Health

Apr 15  ·

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· …(4C), Atrium Health hosted a community vaccination event to ensure hundreds of construction workers in our area had access to COVID-19 vaccines. “We have been looking forward to immunizing as many people in our industry as possible,” said Francisco Alvarado, president and CEO of Marand Builders. Our industry is in and out of hospitals, in and out of offices, and in contact with many people, and it is very important to get them vaccinated.

I encourage everybody to be courageous enough and help themselves, help their community, help their families so we can go back to be a vibrant society and enjoy life.” Suzanne Richard, safety manager at Marand Builders, is a member of Atrium Health’s Community Vaccine Ambassador Program. Ambassadors educate their networks of family, friends, coworkers and organizations about the vaccine and encourage community members to get vaccinated. "Some people were just not sure about taking the vaccine,” said Suzanne. “I passed on information and followed up with a call and asked if they had any questions.

I assured them I had taken my vaccine and it was safe. In the field, my colleagues know they can trust me. It’s really about taking the extra time to say, ‘Let’s walk through this.’ Most everyone I sent extra information to decided to get the vaccine. I’m excited to be an ambassador – I want us to move forward and go back to some normalcy.” Ready to receive your vaccine? Visit https://bit.ly/3tnAd7h for information on upcoming vaccine events and to schedule your appointment. #ThisIsMyShot

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Apr 15  ·

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· …(4C), Atrium Health hosted a community vaccination event to ensure hundreds of construction workers in our area had access to COVID-19 vaccines. “We have been looking forward to immunizing as many people in our industry as possible,” said Francisco Alvarado, president and CEO of Marand Builders. “Our industry is in and out of hospitals, in and out of offices, and in contact with many people, and it is very important to get them vaccinated.

I encourage everybody to be courageous enough and help themselves, help their community, help their families so we can go back to be a vibrant society and enjoy life.” Suzanne Richard, safety manager at Marand Builders, is a member of Atrium Health’s Community Vaccine Ambassador Program.

Ambassadors educate their networks of family, friends, coworkers and organizations about the vaccine and encourage community members to get vaccinated. "Some people were just not sure about taking the vaccine,” said Suzanne. “I passed on information and followed up with a call and asked if they had any questions. I assured them I had taken my vaccine and it was safe. In the field, my colleagues know they can trust me.

It’s really about taking the extra time to say, ‘Let’s walk through this.’ Most everyone I sent extra information to decided to get the vaccine. I’m excited to be an ambassador – I want us to move forward and go back to some normalcy.” Ready to receive your vaccine? Visit https://bit.ly/3tnAd7h for information on upcoming vaccine events and to schedule your appointment. #ThisIsMyShot

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Apr 15  ·

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· …(4C), Atrium Health hosted a community vaccination event to ensure hundreds of construction workers in our area had access to COVID-19 vaccines. “We have been looking forward to immunizing as many people in our industry as possible,” said Francisco Alvarado, president and CEO of Marand Builders. “Our industry is in and out of hospitals, in and out of offices, and in contact with many people, and it is very important to get them vaccinated.

I encourage everybody to be courageous enough and help themselves, help their community, help their families so we can go back to be a vibrant society and enjoy life.” Suzanne Richard, safety manager at Marand Builders, is a member of Atrium Health’s Community Vaccine Ambassador Program. Ambassadors educate their networks of family, friends, coworkers and organizations about the vaccine and encourage community members to get vaccinated.

"Some people were just not sure about taking the vaccine,” said Suzanne. “I passed on information and followed up with a call and asked if they had any questions. I assured them I had taken my vaccine and it was safe. In the field, my colleagues know they can trust me. It’s really about taking the extra time to say, ‘Let’s walk through this.’ Most everyone I sent extra information to decided to get the vaccine. I’m excited to be an ambassador – I want us to move forward and go back to some normalcy.” Ready to receive your vaccine? Visit https://bit.ly/3tnAd7h for information on upcoming vaccine events and to schedule your appointment. #ThisIsMyShot

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American Academy of Pediatrics

 Nonprofit OrganizationApr 2  ·

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· Dr. Yvonne Maldonado, Chair of the AAP Committee on Infectious Diseases, joins the Pediatrics On Call Podcast to discuss infection prevention and control a year into the pandemic. Listen to the full episode here: https://services.aap.org/en/pages/podcast/covid-then-and-now-a-look-back-at-the-front-lines-and-forward-to-Life-with-vaccines/

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Atrium HealthPage · 

Apr 15  ·

Public

· …(4C), Atrium Health hosted a community vaccination event to ensure hundreds of construction workers in our area had access to COVID-19 vaccines. “We have been looking forward to immunizing as many people in our industry as possible,” said Francisco Alvarado, president and CEO of Marand Builders. “Our industry is in and out of hospitals, in and out of offices, and in contact with many people, and it is very important to get them vaccinated.

I encourage everybody to be courageous enough and help themselves, help their community, help their families so we can go back to be a vibrant society and enjoy life.” Suzanne Richard, safety manager at Marand Builders, is a member of Atrium Health’s Community Vaccine Ambassador Program. Ambassadors educate their networks of family, friends, coworkers and organizations about the vaccine and encourage community members to get vaccinated. "Some people were just not sure about taking the vaccine,” said Suzanne.

“I passed on information and followed up with a call and asked if they had any questions. I assured them I had taken my vaccine and it was safe. In the field, my colleagues know they can trust me. It’s really about taking the extra time to say, ‘Let’s walk through this.’ Most everyone I sent extra information to decided to get the vaccine. I’m excited to be an ambassador – I want us to move forward and go back to some normalcy.” Ready to receive your vaccine? Visit https://bit.ly/3tnAd7h for information on upcoming vaccine events and to schedule your appointment. #ThisIsMyShot

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MUSC Health39K like this · Hospital Apr 15  ·

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· …pm - The Challenges of Global COVID-19 Vaccination 🌎 Tune in to hear from international experts about the bottlenecks created by supply chain, distribution, vaccine hesitancy, and the issue of equity. Register ➡️ http://ow.ly/zzxe50EnD9C

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Ohio Champions for Vaccines (OC4V)Private group · 362 membersWho we are: Ohio Champions for Vaccines (OC4V) is a group of Ohioans advocating for vaccines and spreading accurate information about the disease burden, safety and effectiveness of vaccines.

All of us are fierce advocates for combatting misinformation on vaccines! Why we care: Ohio’s immunization rates for children and adolescents are NOT where they need to be for all of our children to be protected from potentially dangerous vaccine-preventable diseases.

The misinformation has scared parents, guardians and caregivers, and it is time to set the record straight. What we do: We share factual, data-driven information and stories about vaccines. To get involved, agree to our pledge and you will be directed to a page with resources and information!directed to a page with resources and information!

Social Media Moderation Policy: We are about sharing facts about vaccination. We require posters and commenters to treat everyone with respect. Abusive language, name calling, mocking, or slurs are not permitted in written or graphic content. Use of any of the above will result in deletion, and in most cases a ban from the page. If we feel you are being condescending, insincere, or are asking questions in which you are not interested in the answer, we reserve the right to delete your comments or ban you from the page as necessary http://ohioaap.org/OC4V10 posts a week

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Report COVID-19 vaccine side effectsPublic group · 5.1K membersThis group was created for all of you who have been vaccinated for Covid-19 and want to share your experience with others, and for anyone who wants to share factual information or to be informed about the side effects of the vaccine.10 posts a day

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Fox NewsPage · 18M like this · Media/News CompanyMar 28  ·

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· Oakland parents frustrated with the district and union’s inability to force teachers to return for in-person teaching on Tuesday have called the situation "laughable."foxnews.comOakland teachers refuse to return to school, despite getting COVID vaccine priority

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Over Vaccination NationPage · 3K like thisOur nation is being over vaccinated and there are too many who are unaware of the truth surrounding the corrupted industry. We intend to change that here.

Malaysia COVID-19 Vaccine Experience & FeedbackPublic group · 1.8K membersThis group was created to allow anyone that has received the COVID-19 Vaccination in Malaysia to share their experiences and feedback with others. We believe in establishing an open, respectable, healthy platform to allow everyone to share and receive information with regards to the vaccine. Kindly share your firsthand experience and feedback of your story.

You may also post questions which will require an approval before it is posted. In the event you may be experiencing an adverse reaction to the vaccine, seek medical attention immediately and submit a report to Adverse Event Following Immunisation (AEFI) reporting system. Link for the form here: https://www.npra.gov.my/index.php/en/consumers/reporting/reporting-side-effects-to-medicines-conserf-or-vaccines-aefi-2.html #kitajagakita Group ini adalah untuk memberikan ruang kepada penerima vaksin COVID-19 untuk berkongsi pengalaman (dan sebarang reaksi jika ada).

Kami percaya group ini akan menjadi suatu ruang dimana kita semua dapat menerima & berkongsi informasi semasa bagi vaksin COVID-19 secara terbuka, bersopan serta menghormati setiap satu pengalaman. Sila kongsikan pengalaman anda di sini. Anda juga boleh mengemukakan sebarang soalan berkaitan yang akan dikendalikan oleh pihak admin.

Jika dibenarkan, soalan berkaitan akan dipos. Jika anda mengalami sebarang reaksi yang tidak diingini, tidak normal dan sebagainya setelah menerima vaksin COVID-19, sila dapatkan rawatan doktor atau ke hospital secepat mungkin. Laporkan kesan advers anda ke Adverse Event Following Immunisation (AEFI). Linknya di bawah. https://www.npra.gov.my/index.php/en/consumers/reporting/reporting-side-effects-to-medicines-conserf-or-vaccines-aefi-2.html #kitajagakita6 posts a day

No Vaccine for mePublic group · 477 membersthis group was created for those who trust God's immune system7 posts a day

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LES VACCINS POUR LES NULSPublic group · 904 membersCe qu’on injecte avec un vaccin, c’est un virus ou une bactérie affaiblie – parfois juste un morceau de virus ou de bactérie – associés à une maladie grave. On le donne « pour que le corps se prépare à l’attaque quand le vrai méchant virus ou la vraie méchante bactérie seront là》. Une fois mis en contact avec la bactérie ou le virus, ton corps fabrique en effet des petits soldats – des anticorps – capables de te défendre. Alors, oui, ça pique un peu, mais c’est pour ton bien.3 posts a day

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Atrium HealthPage · 51K like this · Medical & HealthApr 15  ·

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· WEEKEND VACCINE APPOINTMENTS: Getting a COVID-19 vaccine is the best shot at protecting yourself and the community, and reconnecting with the people and places you love. We have appointments available this weekend, April 17-18, at multiple locations convenient to you. Make your appointment now: thisismyshot.com #ThisIsMyShot

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