Update on COVID-19 vaccine information and safety

Update on COVID-19 vaccine information and safety - The Hot Mess Press

I’m the type of person who researches everything. So I’ve done a lot of reading on the COVID-19 vaccine in the past 2 months. When I wrote a previous article about the vaccine, there wasn’t a lot of information available about the possible side effects since it was so new. I’ve since learned that this shot is not a traditional vaccine. Any vaccine can lead to short-term or long-term side effects. But the rushed production of this vaccine means it hasn’t gone through rigorous testing. This vaccine is different from others. It’s made differently and it reacts in the body differently. Everyone should do their research before deciding if they want this vaccine.

Traditonal vaccines vs COVID-19 “vaccine”

Most vaccines are created using a manipulated portion of the virus they’re designed to fight against. But the COVID-19 vaccine is different. It’s not technically a vaccine in the traditional sense of the word. According to the CDC’s website, it’s made with mRNA. There are currently no other approved mRNA vaccines even though they have been studied for many years. In fact, many people aren’t aware that the COVID-19 shot isn’t approved in the same way as other vaccines. The “emergency approval” of this vaccine means that it didn’t get tested for short and long-term effects. The first people who receive the vaccine could be considered the test subjects in the vaccine’s non-traditional clinical trial stage.

Potential side effects and long-term issues

Vaccine side effects can range from mild to serious or deadly. The mainstream media and those who promote the COVID-19 vaccine would have you believe that serious reactions are rare. So far, when someone dies soon after taking the shot, it’s reported as not related. The media and those behind this “vaccine” want you to believe that these people died of underlying conditions. But, there is a problem with this theory. When someone has underlying conditions and dies of COVID-19, it’s listed as COVID-19 death. There has to be some accountability and consistency so people know the truth. To get up-to-date information on vaccine reactions and deaths, you can check the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. Keep in mind that all reactions are supposed to be reported. But statistically, only a very small percentage are.

Search for non-traditional sources of information

If you want to read unbiased information about the COVID-19 vaccine, you have to look beyond your usual sources. Listen to medical experts who have no reason to support one side over the other. Some people who recommend the vaccine may do so for monetary gain. But there are plenty of medical professionals who are trying to get the truth out there. Do your research so you can make the best decision for you.

This is not about being pro-vaccine or anti-vaccine. It’s about being informed. The COVID-19 vaccine has not been through trials and tests to determine potential long-term and short-term effects. We are in the vaccine trial period right now. The first to get the vaccine are acting as guinea pigs without being fully informed of the risks. Before you decide whether or not to take this shot, I encourage you to research. Don’t take what the mainstream media says at face value. Look up information on reactions, deaths, and serious medical conditions associated with this so-called “vaccine.” Consider the fact that it doesn’t have the standard FDA approval. It’s being given under emergency approval only. No other mRNA vaccine has ever been approved or proved to be effective. This is a personal decision everyone has to make. But you should have access to all the information before you make that decision.

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