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This particular v*ccine argument doesn't make any sense.

As I’ve mentioned in previous articles, I’m not subjecting my body to the medical injection that is being pushed around the world.

First and foremost, I’ve already contracted the virus and survived the symptoms using natural medicines I had in my home. I covered the easy remedies I used here: There’s no cure for C*ovid, but a a lot you can do to heal.

Secondly, the v*ccine argument that people have been shouting about, doesn’t make any sense.

This is the argument I’m talking about:

“I’m getting vaccinated to protect my grandmother, my friend with cancer, my ill family member. All of that is in vain if people choose not to vaccinate because they are healthy. You can be a carrier. You can be the reason someone doesn’t make it through this pandemic.”

I have seen that same line of thinking over and over again in my social feeds and being spun by the media.

Shaming and blaming the unvaccinated for being the carriers that cause someone to NOT make it through this pandemic. And, making the vaccinated people upstanding citizens that are fulfilling their obligation to save society.

It’s a morally bankrupt shame game.

The truth is, I don’t even think the people that are spewing that argument understand what they are saying.

Here’s why that argument doesn’t make any sense.

According to medical science about the vaccine(s):

“It reduces severe illness and symptomatic illness. It has not yet been shown to reduce transmission and spread of coronavirus,” said Leana Wen, ER Physician and Former Baltimore Health Commissioner.[1]

And, this…

“Patients who have been vaccinated can certainly still contract SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, and pass it on to others.” says Matthew Woodruff, an immunologist at Emory University.[2]

And, then there is this from John’s Hopkins University.

“Vaccines do not stop the coronavirus from entering your body; they only prevent you from developing moderate to severe COVID-19.”[3] 

If you need to read that statement from John’s Hopkins University again, please do. The vaccine only prevents you (not anyone else) from developing moderate to severe COVID-19.

So, that means, you are NOT protecting your grandmother, or your friend with cancer, or your ill family member. According to medical science, you are only reducing your own body from developing the disease more severely.

Get the vaccine if you feel you need to protect yourself. That is your choice.

But, please stop shaming others for their personal choices about their own health and wellness.

Here’s a fun experiment.

Do this right now.

With your fingers, make a pointing gesture toward someone else. It could be anyone in your vicinity. And, if no one is there, stand in front of the mirror and point at the person staring back at you.

Always remember that if you point your finger of blame and shame on the unvaccinated or anyone else for that matter, look at your own hand, and you will clearly see that there are three fingers pointing right back at you.

[1] https://www.msn.com/en-us/health/medical/vaccine-protects-against-covid-19-but-not-necessarily-coronavirus-the-difference/ar-BB1bVL9m?pfr=1

[2] https://www.bloomberg.com/news/newsletters/2021-02-07/covid-q-a-can-vaccinated-people-still-spread-the-virus

[3] https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/conditions-and-diseases/coronavirus/covid-19-vaccines-myth-versus-fact