Published on 12, July, 2020
For saying, "No!" to the Vaccine?
I had to be cute to others who asked me about the Vaccine, and say that I wasn't eligible. However, I don't feel comfortable doing so.
The receptionist at the Doctors' was understanding and didn't shame or virtue-signal me. But I am still trying to walk a tightrope.
I do know individuals who were positive, so I'm no denier. My concern for them, as friends, was immense.
However, there are quite a few smokes and mirrors along the way.
It might be worth considering the reason behind your rejection of the vaccine.
If you're uncomfortable with it, you've got your mind screaming at you not to do it, that it will cause you to feel discomfort…
Up to you. You will probably be giving someone else an earlier opportunity. I know why I will be having it eventually, so I would be very glad if no one tries to use any overt leverage on me. There are…
It's your body you get to decide ultimately. But if you look after people, live with elderly or regularly come in contact with others I could understand why people might advise it. I was worried about getting the vaccine but after getting the virus and having a really bad time with covid I couldn't wait to get the text to say come get it.