ANSWERS: 4
  • I always hope not to have side effects when I get mine?
    • Linda Joy
      That's not very realistic, and it doesn't help you prepare, either!
    • DancesWithWolves
      Yes, that is true I can't say no
    • fiachrab
      sore arm might be a side effect.i definly had a sore arm after the injection
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your input well satisfied :)
  • I might be allergic to it, go into anaphylactic shock and perish. Or, if I don't get one, I could get covid, and then slowly drown in my own snot. Or I could not get the shot, not get covid, and be hit by a space meteor. Or, maybe I dodge the meteor at the last moment and get eaten by the space goo that was riding on the meteor. Or, maybe I defy all odds, dodging all forms of death and receiving a cure for mortality, and live until the Sun runs low on its own nuclear fuel and swallows the Earth, in which case I will be burned to a crisp. What I'm saying is that we will all die, and it ultimately won't be a pretty end for anyone, so I might as well weigh out my odds for each major decision and go with whichever has the lowest odds of failure. I'll get the shot at my first opportunity.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for your input well satisfied :)
  • My healthcare provider provided me information as to what to expect after receiving the COVID vaccine, especially the side effects that some people may experience. I received two dosages of the vaccine, and I am glad that I did not suffer any side effects from the vaccine.
    • Linda Joy
      Your arm wasn't even sore?
  • My 91 year-old mother had no problems. Her neighbor lady however, got very ill. I've had the first shot with no issues (60). It seems to depend on the person.

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