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Re: THE FLU SEASON
« on: Dec 07, 2019, 05:07:33 AM »
I'm not big on vaccines.... BUT... I know a lot of people that should get inoculated when they develop a vaccine for stupidity! :thumbs:

Gnarls :beerchug:

What I meant by "not big on vaccines" was about the current option for getting a flu shot for the N1H1 and N3H3 viruses.

I've never had a flu shot, and I am hesitant to get one.  BUT... it's probably more my unjustified fear than understanding the facts about the flu vaccine.

I DO believe that there is a list of vaccines that absolutely are critical for protection and health of not just the person getting vaccinated, but for the non-vaccinated people who will contract a potential deadly disease than then spread it.

Here's the list:

https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vpd/vaccines-list.html

The current "No-Vax" children trend by a small faction of PC-idiocy is pure ignorance.

With that said, forcing a parent to vaccinate their child is a civil rights issue and a very controversial public health issue.

There is plenty of research and public information on the risk-benefit data and results.

Gnarls.

« Last Edit: Dec 07, 2019, 05:28:11 AM by Gnarly4X »
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