“I’m not anti-vaccine. I’m not anti-medicine. I’m not anti-science. I’m not understanding my current vaccination status by studying black history or watching Donald Trump press conferences,” he said.
Jonathan Isaac: The first thing I want to say is that I have been infected with Covid in the past. Since the beginning of the pandemic, our understanding of antibodies and natural immunity has changed a lot. It is still developing.
I know that if you are infected with Covid, the vaccine will help, and your symptoms will be reduced after you contract it. However, since I suffered from Covid in the past and had antibodies, with my current age group and physical fitness level, this is not necessarily my fear.
Like I said, vaccination will reduce my chances of severe reactions, but it does allow me to accept the rare possibility of adverse reactions to the vaccine itself.
I don’t think that being unvaccinated means being infected, or being vaccinated means being uninfected.
You can still get Covid whether you are vaccinated or not. To be honest, with all this madness, it cannot be said that this is a fair choice for everyone without being belittled or being spoken insanely, and it does not make people comfortable to do what the person said and told them to do. .
Loving your neighbor is more than just loving those who look like you or agree with you.