Covid-19: The disease and the vaccine – Questions to ponder and research
Many people are embracing the new Covid-19 vaccine that is slowly being rolled out by several top manufacturers across Alberta, Canada and the world. Others are saying there is no way they are going to take the vaccine.
Without taking either side, there are questions I believe everyone should answer for themselves prior to making a decision about whether to take the vaccine or not.
– What percentage of the population has died from Covid-19?
– What does recent research say about the effectiveness of the PCR test used to diagnose Covid-19?
– Why is there such a wide difference between the number of Covid-19 cases and the number of people who are, or have been, sick with Covid-19?
– What is an m-RNA vaccine and how does it work?
– What does the CDC (Center for Disease Control) say the risks of the vaccine are?
– How many people have died, world wide, from the Covid-19 vaccine?
– Why was no animal testing done on the Covid-19 vaccine? Why is animal testing usually an important part of vaccine development?
– Why does vaccine development usually take 6-10 years?
– Why are so many well-respected scientists and physicians being censored with regard to their research and views around Covid-19 and the related vaccine?
– Will taking the vaccine allow society to return to normal activities without the use of masks or social distancing?
– Have you read the vaccine inserts for the available Covid-19 shots?
– If something goes wrong for you or a loved one after taking the Covid-19 vaccine, what recourse do you have?
– What are the long-term effects of the Covid-19 vaccine?
Ruby Curran, Red Deer