I saw this story on the COVID19 vaccine test.
After getting the first shot on Aug. 18, he said he felt a little under the weather for several days with a low-grade fever. He got his second shot at a clinic on Sept. 15. Eight hours later, he said he was bed bound with a fever of over 101, shakes, chills, a pounding headache and shortness of breath. He said the pain in his arm, where he received the shot, felt like a “goose egg on my shoulder.” He hardly slept that night, recording that his temperature was higher than 100 degrees for five hours.
Hey, the vaccine is kinda like…hmmm… it reminds me of something, but I just can’t place it. Getting the vaccine is like getting something…what is it?
Depending on who you listen to, supposedly we need something like 50-70% of people to get the vaccine in order to get herd immunity and be able to protect those who are unable to take a vaccine because of health conditions, or just won’t get it.
According to the CDC, the last stats available for the flu vaccine were for the 2019-2020 flu season, and flu vaccination coverage among adults was 48.4%.
CDC flu vax coverage estimates, '19-'20
If it stays like this, that C19 vaccine is gonna be a tough sell.
Here is the story.