To prevent further spread of the coronavirus, we should require everyone to get fully vaccinated (including a possible third dose) - unless exempted by a sincerely held religious belief or medical condition. We should write to our legislators and executives at all levels of government.

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No. That's crazy.

American Barrister

The vaccine isn't even effective. It's waning efficacy is concerning - if it's even beneficial at all. I suppose some think it's okay for the population to be a pin cushion for government/corporate continued experimentation. No thanks Alvin.


Per "Immunobiology" 5th edition text book a safe and effective vaccine must:

1. Not result in illness or death. (Covid Vaccine cannot make this guarantee and VAERS proves this.)

2. Must protect against exposure to illness. (Covid19 vaccine does not prevent infection or transmission. Sweden is the obvious example.)

3. Protection must last several years. (Covid19 vaccine not effective without 2 initial shots then one every 6 months for the rest of your life.)

4. Must be practical. (Covid19 has cost trillions to roll out and trillions of propaganda and marketing to push.)

In fact, there is only one vaccine in the whole world that matches the storage requirements and booster schedule of the Covid19 Vaccine. SpayVac, the lipid nanoparticle delivery system used to sterilize horses.

Leah Schrum

You wear a mask then, right? If you don't want to get the vaccine than you should be 100% on board with some other method of prevention, right?

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