Which Vaccine/Serum ?

Which Vaccine/Serum have you received ?

  • Moderna / Spikevax

    Votes: 19 21.8%
  • Comirnaty / BioNTech / Pfizer

    Votes: 39 44.8%
  • Janssen / Johnson & Johnson

    Votes: 5 5.7%
  • AstraZeneca / Vaxzevria

    Votes: 3 3.4%
  • Other

    Votes: 3 3.4%
  • None,but I reconsider it.

    Votes: 2 2.3%
  • None, but I am thinking about it.

    Votes: 3 3.4%
  • None.No Vaccination.

    Votes: 15 17.2%
  • Novavax

    Votes: 1 1.1%
  • AntiBody Test

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
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According to the "latest" US - Study,Moderna seems the most "reliable" and "longer lasting" and protecing Serum.

Which Vaccine have you been vaccinated and how many "Stiches" have you already received please ?

This is for Information only please.

No Accusations,especially political Views/Opinions,personal Attacks,Discrimination and that Kind please !


Please be nice to each other.


Thank you.:)
 
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For all of you wondering why there are side effects days or weeks after and not 6 months after you take it its because it is literally changing your immune system to help combat the virus. How retarded are people not to understand that? That is why you get sick because your homeostasis in your body changes. That happens with any vaccine known to man and changes many variables to getting you taken care of as well. Never trust conservatives!
 
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A kindly Remember please:

No political personal Views/Opinions......

This Poll Thread is only for Informations (and maybe how you fared after the Vaccination)

and

maybe helps unsure / unsettled / frightened and possibly misinformed People to consider a Vaccination.

(If it is necessary,any Thread/Content not matching to the Poll Topic will be reported for deleting.)

Thank you.:)
 
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My family went with Pfizer, and it was so blissfully benign with its side effects and super small needle that I even dragged an anti-vaxxer to get it and they had to confess it was pretty legit... still can't get him to eat in a restaurant with us, though. Refuses to carry his vaccine card, even though he's been vaccinated ¬.¬
 

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2 shots of Moderna here. This was just coincidental : I just booked the first available dates. Vaccination centers (in Belgium or even just Flanders) work with a single vaccine on a given day to prevent confusion. My day just happened to be moderna. The delta variant didn't even have its name back then.

As I've mentioned elsewhere, my arm was sore for a couple days after the first shot, and I felt a bit tired and hot /cold after the second for a day (no fever, though). That was all. I'm currently training for a 15 km run as well as got back in karate, and my condition is as good as it was before (well... A bit rust, but that's due to not sporting as much as before).
 

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Two Moderna.

Additional hearsay info (as in interesting, but probably dont decide anything based on that), Moderna potentially is at least partially more effective against Delta, because it had a higher base amount of mRNA in it, Pfizer has stated, that they went with a lower amount to decrease potential side effects. Lacking any studies that show a higher side effect rate with Moderna, this is probably their marketing departments PR speak for "we had a reason" for going with a lower mRNA amount).

3rd shot (booster shot) of Moderna and Pfizer would both contain the same (lower) amount of mRNA. (Most countries currently say its not needed, Israel is giving them out to high risk patients anyhow.. ;) )


Also please, dont just take one shot and then call it a day. One shot (so far -- boosters later) is ideal, if you had Covid-19 once, and then did get one shot later, in all other instances two shots are required to get the "symptomatic infection rate" low enough where it makes sense societally - and for the individual. (Single shot cuts symptomatic infection rate by 65 percent double by 90%+ https://www.cnbc.com/2021/04/23/cov...-infection-rate-by-65percent-study-finds.html Also, those percentages would have been higher, if the Delta variant hadnt come along... )
 
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but we still have to wear marks so what is the purpose of the vaccine!
The vaccine reduces the shedding period during which people can transmit the virus, but it doesn't eliminate it altogether. By getting vaccinated you also give your immune system a head start against the virus if you do get infected. It's not always obvious who will get hospitalised from Covid-19 and who will barely get any symptoms so it's a smart move to reduce the risk.
 

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Preferrably the one that doesn't cause you to be disfunctional for days on end...

If it exists.

Know quite a few people whom were hit pretty hard after the injection...

Mwh.
 
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Only option available for me in my area is the Moderna one and that's the one for both dosages.
Preferrably the one that doesn't cause you to be disfunctional for days on end...

If it exists.

Know quite a few people whom were hit pretty hard after the injection...

Mwh.
I wonder if they have taken anything for their side effect. I had some side effects and a couple of tylenol seemed to help relieve the side effects or at least shorten the duration of it.
 
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Moderna. One shot, due for the second one next week.

Could barely move my arm for about two days. I also had cramps so horrendously awful, that it might have been one of the most painful experiences in my life. I'd heard reports of women having some issues with that and that was my main concern of side effect. Shame I had to go through what I feared.

... I'm glad I got the vaccine, but I am unnerved a tad for part 2.
 
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I got the one from China. Got covid a few months later. It was like having a cold with more cough and headaches.

Hoping to get Moderna in a few months
 
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