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10 hours ago, Guest Singh said:

It looks like vaccines will be available to children in Canada next month.  What are your thoughts about the safety of giving the vaccine to this age group.  

What are your thoughts Guest Singh ?

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On 9/22/2021 at 8:11 PM, Guest Singh said:

It looks like vaccines will be available to children in Canada next month.  What are your thoughts about the safety of giving the vaccine to this age group.  

I wouldn't. The vaccines are ineffective and untested. Children are healthy and strong. 

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Getting kids vaccinated in a month. If your kids are going out and interacting socially then I don’t think you should wait. I went thru Covid and spent 2 weeks in hospital and believe me it makes you feel you like a living dead person. There is nothing to love about this vaccine but there is no other choice. Got the booster shot about about a month ago. World will stay like this for the next few years.

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1 hour ago, S1ngh said:

Getting kids vaccinated in a month. If your kids are going out and interacting socially then I don’t think you should wait. I went thru Covid and spent 2 weeks in hospital and believe me it makes you feel you like a living dead person. There is nothing to love about this vaccine but there is no other choice. Got the booster shot about about a month ago. World will stay like this for the next few years.

You will get your wish jee, it seems

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-59488848

People will be likely to need to have annual Covid vaccinations for many years to come, the head of Pfizer has told the BBC

Dr Albert Bourla said he thought this would be needed to maintain a "very high level of protection".

The UK has now secured an extra 114 million doses of Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to be delivered over the next two years.

A year ago the UK was the first country to approve the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.

Pfizers's chief executive was speaking to the BBC before the emergence of the Omicron variant, first identified in South Africa and also before the announcement that the UK government had signed contracts to buy the 54 million additional Pfizer-BioNTech and 60 million Moderna doses for 2022 and 2023.

These deals include access to modified vaccines if needed to combat Omicron and future variants of concern, the Department of Health has said.

Dr Bourla said Pfizer had already made updated vaccines in response to the Beta, also first identified in South Africa, and Delta, first identified in India, variants but that they had not been needed.

The company is now working on an updated jab in response to the Omicron variant that could be ready in 100 days.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-59497462

Covid Omicron: Time to consider mandatory jabs, EU chief says

Ursula von der LeyenIMAGE SOURCE,EPA
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Ursula von der Leyen said it was "appropriate" for EU states to consider compulsory jabs

European Union countries should consider mandatory vaccination to combat Covid and the Omicron variant, the head of its Commission has said.

Ursula von der Leyen said vaccines would be crucial in the fight against the "highly contagious" new variant.

Some two dozen countries have reported cases of Omicron, and the EU has tightened travel restrictions since it was first reported earlier this month.

European countries have also been facing a wider spike in cases.

The World Health Organization (WHO), meanwhile, said early signs were that most cases of the Omicron variant were "mild".

On Wednesday, Ms von der Leyen said it was "understandable and appropriate" for EU members to discuss mandatory Covid vaccinations given that a third of the bloc's population was unvaccinated.

"How we can encourage and potentially think about mandatory vaccination within the European Union? This needs discussion. This needs a common approach, but it is a discussion that I think has to be led," she told a news conference in Brussels.

Only individual EU states can enforce vaccine mandates and some are already taking steps in that direction.

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3 out of 4 of my kids have had the jab, my youngest is 6 so we'd probably have to think long and hard if it's approved for the young ones in the UK, it's a personal choice, i have no time for conspiracy theories and anti-vaxxers, that's their choice, I'm sure they have their own reasons, but for me when it comes to things like this, i speak to my GP who I've know for over 20 years and family members including my sister who work in the NHS and have seen first hand what the last 18m months have done and take advice via that route.

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4 hours ago, Premi5 said:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-59488848

People will be likely to need to have annual Covid vaccinations for many years to come, the head of Pfizer has told the BBC

Oh they will pfizer? That's why it doesn't work? We didn't take it for a decade yet? What's that? We can pay you for it? Well thanks. Gtfohwts. 

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If the vaccines work they should just let people choose to vaccinate and the rest of us will die right? No problem. 

But the vax doesn't work, and it should become mandatory why then?

Whether you got the vax or not, the politics around this should concern you more than covid. 

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2 hours ago, GurjantGnostic said:

Mandatory jabs aren't a personal choice. Ursulas nazi youth parents didn't teach her that?

Singh ji, we already have mandatory vaccines such as polio and they are required in order to get in school or participate in school games. 

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44 minutes ago, S1ngh said:

Singh ji, we already have mandatory vaccines such as polio and they are required in order to get in school or participate in school games. 

That we've tested for 100 years. That are not entirely mandatory for say work etc. 

I support free will in this. 

What about covid immune people?

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Hanji brother. Again vaccine for covid is not something that we are happy to take it but it is something stuck with wuhan lab error of having such life threatening virus. Personal choice to exempt for mandated vaccine does not work as you know that we are already running over by many mandated stuff such are taxes, car insurances, vaccine card to get in school etc. 

Not a good thing but also got no choice. 

 

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38 minutes ago, S1ngh said:

Hanji brother. Again vaccine for covid is not something that we are happy to take it but it is something stuck with wuhan lab error of having such life threatening virus. Personal choice to exempt for mandated vaccine does not work as you know that we are already running over by many mandated stuff such are taxes, car insurances, vaccine card to get in school etc. 

Not a good thing but also got no choice. 

 

I'll leave it at this Hanji. You need to contemplate precedent and slippery slope. I mean your mindset could be applied to anything. 

Still have made no comment about covid immune people. 

I mean why not mandate everything we deem beneficial?

You're talking about signing up not only you, but everyone, for mandatory jabs for decades? And you don't think there's any room for error in that? Or malfeasance? In Kalyug?

I don't want you have to close the thread or anything, we both want Sarbat Da Bhala, we just don't agree on this issue, and all other aspects of covid aside, mandatory anything, and the types of tactics we see being employed are not okay. 

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