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Vaccine -- Will you take it or not?  

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43 minutes ago, ezzra said:

you will be branded as a selfish and an incompetent person...

Yes.  But, that is probably the majority of society.

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After watching the video on youtube by Dr Carrie Madej named 'Urgent Information on Covid Vaccine" and just recently hearing that the pharmaceutical companies are pushing for a new law that anyone who

Yes....but I want the forehead sticker that certifies me as a "Covid-Free-Farang" and gives me a 30% discount on Thai Airways flights

tough choice coming up for many. for those of you saying you will not take a vaccine. i hope you plan on never really travelling anywhere ever again.   without a *vaccine* your movement will

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3 hours ago, meechai said:

No...Have never taken any flu vaccines H1N1/SARS etc & do not see myself taking this one either

 

One wonders if your decision not to would change if it means reuniting with your wife and daughter or family

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1 hour ago, dinsdale said:

The glaring flaw in this questionare is the assumption there WILL be a vaccine. This is not a given.

From the BBC world service last week, "They are 23 companies /Universities working on a vaccine worldwide "So in theory one should come up with a vaccine.

But the 10 thousand dollar question is when , would I have the vaccine, jury is still out.

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4 hours ago, meechai said:

No...Have never taken any flu vaccines H1N1/SARS etc & do not see myself taking this one either

Not against it in any way & am glad it is there for those that want it

I am the same in regards that I've never taken a flu vaccine; although, the Coronavirus is not from the flu family.  It is more closely related to the common cold. We've built up some resistance to that over  our lifetime whereas Covid19 is a new virus.  The only real alteration I've made to my life since the outbreak was cancelling travel plans and wearing a mask in the shopping centers and stores. I finally got a haircut last week (last time in March) but that had more to do with my former shop's attitude.

 

I'll get one, if required, to travel, but for no other reason.

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2 hours ago, 2 is 1 said:

They give Pandemrix vaccine against pig flue! And people get sleep apnea from that. Some after 2 and half years ! They use same adjuvant in covid vaccine than in Pandemrix whitch cause the sleep apnea!

(AS03) Adjuvant System 03.

Guillain Barrés syndrome was also possible to get from Pandemrix vaccine , what is even worse that sleep apnea.

I will take vaccine if  and when it's safe!

There were concerns raised in two countries (Sweden and Finland) about an increase in the incidence of narcolepsy (not sleep apnea) shortly after administration of the Pandemrix vaccine. However other countries reported an increase in narcolepsy cases before they started vaccinating, suggesting that it may have been the flu itself that caused the problem.

 

Fascinating article about it on the link below which basically says the jury is still out.

 

A stubborn medical mystery: Was pandemic flu vaccine tied to an increase in narcolepsy cases?

Edited by GroveHillWanderer
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1 hour ago, OneMoreFarang said:

I hope everybody who refuses a vaccine will get a red sign on their head: Stay away from me!

Sad, though with your attitude doubt that many people want to be anywhere near you. So those that have had it won't consider themselves protected unless everyone has injected aborted fetus into themselves, interesting perspective, you don't have a lot of faith in your personal dose of ????? do you 🤣

Consider also that we still have no vaccine against the SARS-Cov-1 virus and that epidemic was 18 years ago (and much more fatal than SARS- Cov-2). SARS-Cov-2 is the virus that causes the illness termed Covid 19, your living in la la land anyway :thumbsup:
 

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1 hour ago, jonesthepost said:

No not at my age over 80 covid the least of my worry's   

Vaccines are generally much less effective at that age but likely there will be a different protocol in such cases as for flu vaccine. 

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I'm high risk if I get infected so yes I want to take a vaccine. But this is not a normal situation. Yes there is a lot of rushing. There is vaccine nationalism. So expats here may not have quick and easy access to the best vaccine depending on where it comes from. Also almost definitely there is going to be a queue. Rich and famous people probably first. Then front line health workers. Then high risk. Etc. 

Personally I don't trust anything super quick like from Russia.

I would trust EU, UK, and even US based vaccines. There is political pressure to rush in the US but I still think there are good enough measures to stop an unsafe vaccine.

Not sure yet about vaccines from China or Thailand. 

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