Covid-19 Vaccine

Do you plan to be vaccinated?

  • Yes

    Votes: 9 64.3%
  • No

    Votes: 3 21.4%
  • Undecided

    Votes: 2 14.3%

  • Total voters
    14

Gigas

Member
Jan 8, 2012
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Is anyone planning to receive, or have already received the Covid-19 Vaccine? If you have, what vaccine did you receive?

As for myself, I received my first dose of Pfizer and my second dose is scheduled for Friday, April 9 after work.

Also, I work for my state's Department of Medicaid Services and am currently working the Covid-19 Vaccine Line and will be more than happy to assist any of you in locating a vaccine location near you, as long as you're in the States. PM me if you need assistance. I can also answer any questions about the Covid Vaccine.
 

Joe

Habbo Enthusiast
Jun 10, 2012
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Currently in the UK. Haven’t been offered the vaccine yet. 100% will have it though.
 

TesoMayn

Boredom, it vexes me.
Oct 30, 2011
1,441
1,413
Yes.

The CDC has loads of resources, including where to get it: )
Find your local vaccine location (U.S. only):

Seems easier to go to the CDC, PHAC, DHSC/UKHSA, etc. than a random person on a forum.
 

Gigas

Member
Jan 8, 2012
110
14
Yes.

The CDC has loads of resources, including where to get it: )
Find your local vaccine location (U.S. only):

Seems easier to go to the CDC, PHAC, DHSC/UKHSA, etc. than a random person on a forum.
VaccineFinder isn't accurate.
 

TesoMayn

Boredom, it vexes me.
Oct 30, 2011
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VaccineFinder isn't accurate.
I mean, it's accurate enough, and much more accurate than you could be lol

Are you trying to claim that I can give you my area, and you can tell me every place I can go to get a vaccine?
 

Gigas

Member
Jan 8, 2012
110
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I mean, it's accurate enough, and much more accurate than you could be lol

Are you trying to claim that I can give you my area, and you can tell me every place I can go to get a vaccine?
I do this for a living, so yes, I can easily find vaccine locations in your area.
 

TesoMayn

Boredom, it vexes me.
Oct 30, 2011
1,441
1,413
I do this for a living, so yes, I can easily find vaccine locations in your area.
Yes, by using a resource like vaccinefinder yourself lol

It doesn't matter that you do this for a living, there is no way you know every spot to get a vaccine in every state, in every county, in every town.
 

Gigas

Member
Jan 8, 2012
110
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Yes, by using a resource like vaccinefinder yourself lol

It doesn't matter that you do this for a living, there is no way you know every spot to get a vaccine in every state, in every county, in every town.
Every state government created a Covid-19 website that includes each facility in the state. More accurate than VaccineFinder.
 

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May 3, 2010
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Got my first (Pfizer) shot yesterday. It wasn't bad at all, just a quick shot in your upper arm; you just feel a small prick. After a few hours your arm feels a bit sore at the injection site, but nothing more than that. I have my second dose scheduled for three weeks from now.
 

Gigas

Member
Jan 8, 2012
110
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Got my first (Pfizer) shot yesterday. It wasn't bad at all, just a quick shot in your upper arm; you just feel a small prick. After a few hours your arm feels a bit sore at the injection site, but nothing more than that. I have my second dose scheduled for three weeks from now.
The 1st dose wasn't bad. But I had my 2nd dose of Pfizer this past Friday and it felt like I had the flu for the weekend.
 

Bran

mediocre graphics artist
Mar 13, 2017
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personally i'm not getting it but i wouldn't slag people off if they choose to get the vaccination
 

griimnak

You're a slave to the money then you die
Jul 20, 2013
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I don't personally see a point, yet*

1. It doesn't stop you from being contagious
2. The vaccine is rushed
3. Blood clotting is showing up prompting cdc to halt development on some (j&j), when earlier, people called it conspiracy
4. mRNA is still a new technology

Article:
Article:

Article:

"Although COVID-19 vaccines are effective at keeping you from getting sick, scientists are still learning how well vaccines prevent you from spreading the virus that causes COVID-19 to others, even if you do not have symptoms. Early data show the vaccines do help keep people with no symptoms from spreading COVID-19, but we are learning more as more people get vaccinated."

Based on this data from the cdc themselves, being vaccinated makes no difference if I can infect my grandparents or not, so

At the moment, this is my stance
 

Gigas

Member
Jan 8, 2012
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life will probably never be fully back to normal lol
My state's governor already said if 2.5 million people in my state are vaccinated that he would lift all restrictions, with the exception of masks. Then the mask mandate will be lifted when 75% of the state is vaccinated.
 

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