Mar 22, 2021 -- 8:27AM, BennyBinion1 wrote:
Do you not understand the question?Are there any long term effects for anyone taking the vaccine, 2/5/10 years down the line?Cant say a simpler question than this.Even you can understand.Umm..well maybe not
Well you didn't actually mention vaccine in your question so apologies for my lapse in mind-reading.
My answer to this is always the same. Are there any long term side effects for anyone catching Covid, 2/5/10 years down the line?
We do know that there is long Covid, we do know that people who have suffered can take months to get their lungs back up to pre-Covid levels. There is disturbing information about Covid causing diabetes in some cases.
Can I ask you: What is your opinion on Covid? Are you in the camp of "it's harmless for the vast majority of people" or do you think we should do our utmost to avoid catching it, but also avoid vaccination, so - maybe - we lock down hard and long till its eradicated. If you are in the former camp, are you happy with the scientific evidence that it doesn't lead to long term complications?
Mar 22, 2021 -- 8:32AM, ----you-have-to-laugh--- wrote:
Can you catch it twiceSome folk in Brazil are testing positiveto 2 strains at the same time.Peer reviewed, maybe later, who knows
Interesting - which test are they using to determine this please?