This morning, there is a voicemail from my friend Scott, whom I visited Friday. He leaves a message that his father, who had been vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, had come down with COVID-19, on Saturday.
So I have been vaccinated, with the Pfizer vaccines . What do I do now? Through Scott, I have indirect exposure to a person who has COVID-19. I have been vaccinated. But so had Scott’s father.
Now I am questioning the value of the vaccines and every directive the government has ever made about this disease. Does the government know what it is doing? Are there facts backing the decrees?
pfizer is effective, no vaccine is 100% but pfizer is 95% … you should be alright, if you do get covid it wont be potentially lethal, you should get a bad flu thats about it, johnson and johnson on the other hand does not work, in fact it can do harm, so much so that the CDC ( in Canada) and the government of Canada banned the use of johnson and johnson, labelled as unsafe ( particularly to men) and ineffective, why j&j is used in the USA is beyond me, Canada banned it in 2020 , I wouldn’t stress too much, but I would put a mask on for at least 14 days if I was you, not to protect yourself, but to protect others in case you did pick up the virus, with pfizer you may not get sick at all , but you can still get the virus and pass it to others, just the same way as any other vaccines… you become a low risk of contracting it, but become a carrier and can infect anyone not vaccinated.
Thanks. Ironic but I can impart as much credibility to you, as I can to Dr Fauci.
I’m not a doctor and don’t claim to be any sort of expert, I can only relay what I have seen and heard from my government and Canada health, I have no thoughts or insight into the goings on in the USA, I only know we use the same vaccines as the USA (with the exception of j&j ) …I wouldn’t take any comments to heart as gospel fact , that darn virus is mutating so fast that no one knows just how effective any current vaccine is going to be against the new strains xo
Oh yes, I have a weird sense of déjà vue , reminiscent of the Vietnam war era, when the government pronouncements did little to inspire confidence in the government’s response to the crisis at hand.