CV19 vaccine

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  1. KS2G

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    As I suspected. :rolleyes:

     
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  2. K0UO

    K0UO Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    Who Where, please we all need to hear
     
  3. K7JEM

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  4. K8PG

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    Iam not part of the “HERD”.
    NEVER WILL BE.
    OR THE FLOCK
    TRIBE
    CLAN
    or BETA Test

    Ill take my chances “WITHOUT”
    the vaccination.

    NO NO NO.

    K8PG Paul
     
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  5. NC5P

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    My daughter got hers yesterday. She has been sore in the arm. She's an RN. My son in the Coast Guard was supposed to get his but they didn't order enough doses so he has to wait until they get more. Regular working folks are down the list a ways. In a few months we will know more about side effects, it's really too early to tell for sure and the different vaccines may effect people differently. I hope by that time we might have a choice of which one to get and our own doctor could suggest which of them would be best for each of us. I trust my own doctor (he is an immigrant and has his own private practice) more than "jounalists" or even worse politicians giving us contradicting information. I suspect those of us working will be required to take it by our employers or we stay home. That means we pay for it ourselves at the doctor's office rather than at a free workplace clinic where they give us whichever one they got. Hopefully they don't cost $1000 or more.
     
  6. KS2G

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    [QUOTE="NC5P, post: 5708887, member: 244101"]That means we pay for it ourselves..
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    No, it doesn't.

    Neither you, nor anyone else, will pay for COVID19 vaccine.

    New Federal Rule Makes COVID-19 Vaccines Free
    All Americans — whether they get their health care from Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance, or they do not have coverage — will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine at no cost, under a new regulation the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released on Wednesday.
    https://www.aarp.org/health/medicare-insurance/info-2020/cms-rule-makes-covid-19-vaccines-free.html

    ;)

     
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  7. N0TZU

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    Each Phase 3 Covid vaccine trial in the US involved around 40,000 people. All of them were monitored and significant reactions were recorded and investigated. With so many vaccines being tested, the number of people in trials who received a vaccine is well over 100K total here and in Europe. (Note: the Russian vaccine was not widely tested before release - I won’t take that one! I don’t know about the Chinese one.)

    Hypersensitive (allergic) reactions were observed in 0.63% of those getting the Pfizer vaccine, and can also happen with other types of vaccines. This is why you must stay at the doctors office for 10 or 15 minutes after any sort of vaccination just in case you have a reaction so they can administer epinephrine for a severe reaction or Benadryl for a minor one. So though it makes the news right now (A reaction to the vaccine!! Film at 11!) it’s not unexpected.

    Exceedingly rare side effects that aren’t detectable until millions are vaccinated could still occur, but the probability is vanishingly small for any individual and certainly far, far less than the risk of having severe Covid.
     
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  8. NC5P

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    No, it doesn't.

    Neither you, nor anyone else, will pay for COVID19 vaccine.

    New Federal Rule Makes COVID-19 Vaccines Free
    All Americans — whether they get their health care from Medicare, Medicaid or private insurance, or they do not have coverage — will be able to get a COVID-19 vaccine at no cost, under a new regulation the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released on Wednesday.
    https://www.aarp.org/health/medicare-insurance/info-2020/cms-rule-makes-covid-19-vaccines-free.html

    ;)

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    This is a "rule", not an act of congress so it can very easily be rescinded by the new administration. Most of us won't get the vaccine before inauguration day and may have to pay a huge price for it.
     
  9. N0TZU

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    The new administration will not rescind the free vaccine rule. Clearly that would be political suicide - besides making it harder to end the pandemic.
     
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  10. K0UO

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    No Politics Please. Now go wash your hands.
     
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