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

Joe

Habbo Enthusiast
Jun 10, 2012
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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.
We’ve vaccinated a hell of a lot of people in the UK. I can already feel another lock down come August.
 

Berk

berkibap#0738
Developer
Oct 17, 2015
861
185
My dad's getting Biontech tomorrow, and my sister & my sister's husband got Biontech too. We all are going to get vaccinated. I don't believe in "fake vaccines" since there are medical publishings about those vaccines and i believe in science supremacy. No sciencist would ever fake something.
 

LouisJW

Active Member
May 20, 2020
125
51
I'll be honest, personally, I don't want the vaccine.

I don't want it because I know little to nothing about it, I haven't done much research on it and I definitely feel I am not in the right place to find out as much as I'd like to about it.

Sure we know what has already been told to us by officials or whatever but to me, it seems to be a lot of word of mouth like with everything there will be different pieces of evidence, different reactions and different opinions.

I have friends who have received it and nothing happened, I have others who have reacted to it, and because of that I'm definitely sceptical.

To conclude what I'm saying I will only take the vaccine if it becomes that much of an obstacle to my current lifestyle and it hasn't so far, I have followed the rules and nothing has happened to me that has made me think "Yeah okay, I need to get it.", however, I can't speak for everyone else.
 

Bran

mediocre graphics artist
Mar 13, 2017
1,331
1,036
I'll be honest, personally, I don't want the vaccine.

I don't want it because I know little to nothing about it, I haven't done much research on it and I definitely feel I am not in the right place to find out as much as I'd like to about it.

Sure we know what has already been told to us by officials or whatever but to me, it seems to be a lot of word of mouth like with everything there will be different pieces of evidence, different reactions and different opinions.

I have friends who have received it and nothing happened, I have others who have reacted to it, and because of that I'm definitely sceptical.

To conclude what I'm saying I will only take the vaccine if it becomes that much of an obstacle to my current lifestyle and it hasn't so far, I have followed the rules and nothing has happened to me that has made me think "Yeah okay, I need to get it.", however, I can't speak for everyone else.
i've had miss corona twice & i'm still not getting it, i can't afford to be off work for the 2/3 days of after effects of feeling like shit tbh
 

Joe

Habbo Enthusiast
Jun 10, 2012
3,896
1,787
I find it funny how I know a lot of people irl who point blank refuse the vaccine but are happy to get blind drunk, smoke and take drugs pretty much every weekend.

CRAZY :lol:
 

Gigas

Member
Jan 8, 2012
110
14
I'll be honest, personally, I don't want the vaccine.

I don't want it because I know little to nothing about it, I haven't done much research on it and I definitely feel I am not in the right place to find out as much as I'd like to about it.

Sure we know what has already been told to us by officials or whatever but to me, it seems to be a lot of word of mouth like with everything there will be different pieces of evidence, different reactions and different opinions.

I have friends who have received it and nothing happened, I have others who have reacted to it, and because of that I'm definitely sceptical.

To conclude what I'm saying I will only take the vaccine if it becomes that much of an obstacle to my current lifestyle and it hasn't so far, I have followed the rules and nothing has happened to me that has made me think "Yeah okay, I need to get it.", however, I can't speak for everyone else.
Definitely get vaccinated if you like to travel. Airlines are requesting proof of vaccination to board their planes, some are requiring Covid testing; also, some countries are requiring the vaccine before you can enter.
i've had miss corona twice & i'm still not getting it, i can't afford to be off work for the 2/3 days of after effects of feeling like shit tbh
I had it and I was on a ventilator for 2 months, and it required emergency surgery to save my life. Side effects only last a day, most people do not feel anything after the vaccine.
 

Bran

mediocre graphics artist
Mar 13, 2017
1,331
1,036
Definitely get vaccinated if you like to travel. Airlines are requesting proof of vaccination to board their planes, some are requiring Covid testing; also, some countries are requiring the vaccine before you can enter.

I had it and I was on a ventilator for 2 months, and it required emergency surgery to save my life. Side effects only last a day, most people do not feel anything after the vaccine.
everybody's body is different, some people's body takes to it differently, a woman literally died in the UK after having it (below)


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so i'm personally not having it, i don't travel nor will i want to anytime soon so i don't mind that, like i said i had it twice and everybodies body gets coronavirus differently you personally went on a ventilator for 2 months where as i didn't i had every single symptom except the struggling to breathe, sorry that you where on a ventilator but i personally am not going to change my mind, them throwing together a vaccine that took what 8 months? bit suspicious if you ask me
 

Lepos

thinking about you. yes you
Dec 11, 2011
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664
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
I'm with you.

The only thing that makes me want to have it asap is the constant discussion in the UK about vaccine passports. I have a lot going on this year/next year and couldn't have something like a vaccine passport stopping me from going abroad or entering certain social environments for not having the vaccine.
 

Donkjam

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Nov 20, 2010
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I will not be getting. Chances getting Covid are like 99%.will survive. I’ve asthma the whack got bad medical history I’ve been doing everything have been doing before corona im still here
 

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