Corona vaccine - will you be taking one?

Will you be taking the vaccine?


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Yes it matters

We are mortal we rise up and then wither away.

Destroying the lives of the young to cotton wool people 80+ is madness.
"We are mortal we wither away and die" :lol: why don't we just rid of seat belts and all that stuff then. 511 deaths have been recorded today, if a terrorist attack killed 511 old people in one day it would be a national Tragedy but I guess when they die of Covid its just "we are mortal we wither away".

Even if the virus was only dangerous for people 80+ (which is false) it hospitalises enough people to overwhelm the health care system. How is this not something you get over 8 months into this pandemic?
 
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May 23, 2013
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I'll probably have to take it. My workplace is 24/7/365, and is essential. If someone brings the virus onto our floor, it's a big problem for the country.

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integerity of ones own body and not being forced to take medicines is a right that is more important then the general common good imho
 

Haggis

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integerity of ones own body and not being forced to take medicines is a right that is more important then the general common good imho
I am free to quit. I don't know what will happen when the vaccine comes online. I share a desk with the other shifts, we all do. If the virus gets onto our floor then it's a huge problem and will require people to be called out of retirement from other areas of the country. But we're a long way from there yet.

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Apr 10, 2016
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No and even if it becomes mandatory I still won't.people mentioning thalidomide its not the same thing as that was a drug not a vaccine.

Reason I wont have the vaccine is if anything goes wrong you cant claim.

For those who do have it I wish everyone good health and it works and you get immunity.

It should be a choice. I cant see how they can force anyone to have it not in the uk anyway. Talk about stopping healthcare if you dont have it. Yet you can get behind the wheel drunk end up in hospital lol. The mind boggles.
 

Squire

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According to one of my colleagues we can't be forced to take the vaccine. New starters can be, but not currently employed staff. This is in the NHS.

I don't know if I will or not
 
Apr 10, 2016
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If you want to fly with Qantas you will have to prove you have had the vaccine. Bit of a weird move as didn't Australia say they are not opening up before 2022 for travel. They go on to say they dont know if this will apply to Domestic travel.

Sounds like it will be similar to Yellow Fever.
 
May 22, 2013
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I would probably take it.

I'm Australian and we have a functioning government with competent leaders that isn't controlled by big pharma profit margins.

So by the time it becomes widely available here, I'd say there is a very good chance it will have been proven to be as effective as possible with as least side effects as possible.

If i was from the US where vaccines and a whole host of medicines get pushed by politicians with an agenda... I would be far more sceptical.
 
May 22, 2013
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If you want to fly with Qantas you will have to prove you have had the vaccine. Bit of a weird move as didn't Australia say they are not opening up before 2022 for travel. They go on to say they dont know if this will apply to Domestic travel.

Sounds like it will be similar to Yellow Fever.
I’ve got a mate who’s a Qantas pilot.
He’s not flying regularly at the moment because of the reduced flights but he reckons when he’s gotta get vaccinated he will no problem.

Qantas is the first to say it but my mate is pretty confident the other airlines will do the same as well.
 
Apr 10, 2016
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I really dont know to be honest its not 1 vaccine is it.

China has there version same with Russia US and Uk have various versions.

Say you want to go and visit China they may say you need to take there vaccine.

Its mad to think I have flew 8 times since Virus started with no vaccine this could well change
 

Clarence Worley

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I really dont know to be honest its not 1 vaccine is it.

China has there version same with Russia US and Uk have various versions.

Say you want to go and visit China they may say you need to take there vaccine.

Its mad to think I have flew 8 times since Virus started with no vaccine this could well change
could? Two airlines are now openly inside with the nwo
 

Jack

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If you want to fly with Qantas you will have to prove you have had the vaccine. Bit of a weird move as didn't Australia say they are not opening up before 2022 for travel. They go on to say they dont know if this will apply to Domestic travel.

Sounds like it will be similar to Yellow Fever.
I won't be surprised if we do see a 'Covid passport' in the future, even for going to pubs, concerts, sporting events etc.. It'd make sure everyone gets it and would probably help the economy too. If it helps us return to normal quicker, I'm all for it.
 
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DB Cooper

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If you want to fly with Qantas you will have to prove you have had the vaccine. Bit of a weird move as didn't Australia say they are not opening up before 2022 for travel. They go on to say they dont know if this will apply to Domestic travel.

Sounds like it will be similar to Yellow Fever.
Qantas have said you will have to prove you have had the vaccine before they will carry you and full credit to them for that. If you aren't prepared to vaccinate fuck you, stay home.
 
Jun 4, 2013
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I would probably take it.

I'm Australian and we have a functioning government with competent leaders that isn't controlled by big pharma profit margins.

So by the time it becomes widely available here, I'd say there is a very good chance it will have been proven to be as effective as possible with as least side effects as possible.

If i was from the US where vaccines and a whole host of medicines get pushed by politicians with an agenda... I would be far more sceptical.
Your country is the testing ground for totalitarian policed state.
 
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Usually a vaccine takes 10-15 years produced and ready for the public

The fastest produced vaccine on record was the mumps vaccine and had taken 4 years

This covid19 vaccine had taken roughly 6 months (if you believe that).... No thanks and you are a complete retard if you don't even acknowledge that when deciding if you want to take it or not
 
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