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    • But it’s not as rare as you believe. I personally know 3 people who’ve been in the hospital with reactions to the vaccine. All with no previous health concerns. All 3 were linked to the vaccine but not before they ran every test they could to try and prove it wasn’t.   Yet the covid testing is only 60% accurate and we’re supposed to believe the numbers on the internet are accurate?  
    • the same amount I would for hiding under the house during a thunderstorm. while there is a risk of getting "hit by lightening" its a very rare occurrence. Sorry about your friends predicament. Is there an evidence trail that the two are linked, or is this just an anecdotal connection made with an anti vax slant to it?   so if those people scared of the vaccine are also hiding during a thunderstorm, i'll give them a hall pass for now. otherwise, educate yourself. there's a lot of accurate information out there now, versus what was available lets say in Feb 2021.  
    • Yep the post that doesn't make sense for covid.  Surgeons wear a mask so they don't cough or sneeze into an open wound.  Smallpox is a human only virus.  Coronaviruses infect animals too.  So are you going to give the gene therapy to wild animals? https://www.cdc.gov/smallpox/transmission/index.html#:~:text=Smallpox can be spread by,spread by insects or animals.
    • A buddy of mine on the fixed wing side got his first shot and had a heart attack 3 days later. He’s in recovery but has his medical pulled….. can you blame people for not rushing to get vaccinated? 
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