Do you trust the covid-19 vaccine?

Do you think the covid-19 vaccine is safe, will it be mandatory to take?

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  • 1 month ago

    The Only thing in Life that is Mandatory, is Clean Air to Breath, Food & Water to live, then DEATH! 

  • 2 months ago

    Yes, can anyone tell me about the sputnik vaccine?

  • 2 months ago

    Yes, but can anyone tell me when it will launch in india?

  • 2 months ago

    yes.. because of the amount of effort that was put to make those vaccines safe.. however any national vaccination program will surely fail if less than 90% of people are vaccinated at any given community.. this has been the issue with the Measles vaccines from early 2000s to 2019, when the percentage of people vaccinated against the Measles had dropped below 90% percent in many places around the world.. and we saw a surge of Measles cases in those places..

    so in order to put an end to the COVID-19 pandemic, two things must be achieved: 

    first, a comprehensive vaccination program aimed to include more than 90% of the population, and second, maintain other measures like mask-wearing, hand-washing, social distancing and maybe other measures (like lock-downs, quarantine and isolation and travel restriction) until we achieve the herd immunity via vaccination above that 90% margin..

    i would predict that these other measures (mask, washing hands etc..) may continue to be in the news cycle for at least 1 or 2 more years after COVID-19 vaccines were made available to everyone.. internet-trolls, antivaxxers or people who are simply too worried about safety and efficacy; will be among the reasons why this pandemic would be dragged-on for months and months (my prediction 2 more years)..

    the WHO had eradicated the Small Pox in 1980, and they did it by going door to door and making sure that everyone in the affected communities were vaccinated.. the WHO now predicts that the world would eradicate the Polio by the year 2023 thanks to the global efforts to eradicate the Polio.. and back in the 1980s, the WHO had predicted that we would eradicate the Measles by 2025..

    unfortunately, the rise of the antivaccination movement (antivaxxers) in the early 2000s had crippled the world's efforts to eradicate the Measles by that date; with the Measles cases steadily going on the rise all the way to 2019.. we can be grateful that the COVID-19 pandemic had reduced the Measles cases world-wide - thanks to mask-wearing and social distancing.. yes, we no longer hear much about the Measles in the news, thanks to COVID-19.. it was a huge public health problem often talked-about in the mainstream media all the way to 2019.. `

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    so if you wish for the pandemic to end sooner.. do your part, advise people to do their part as well, and trust those people who had spent months and months testing its safety on tens of thousands of volunteers from around the world in those human trials.. ` `

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    `do we need to make it a law?.. well.. how well did the people have responded to the mask mandate or to the social distance rule?.. if the answer is "not well" in your community, then maybe we should make it a law or a general order.. as a general rule: personal freedom ends when it infringes on other people freedom..

    Source(s): i am a medical doctor btw.. and i have read AstraZeneca's published papers about their COVID-19 vaccine and about the human trials involved.. they are good - i cannot think of any other way to make their vaccine any safer.. however, they were in the news lately when one volunteer (among tens of thousands) had developed Transverse Myelitis that was treated well and nursed back to full health (it was all over the news in October)..
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  • Andy C
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    No idea if it is safe, but if sufficient testing shows it to be safe, I'm a fan.

    No vaccines are EVER mandatory though they should be,  or you else you get to live in Idaho. 

    Source(s): I was born in Idaho, so I get to say that.
  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    I think it is probably safe but the proof is in the pudding. Employers can make it mandatory, schools can make it mandatory. Maybe even local governments can make it mandatory, but federally it can’t be made mandatory. 

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