1. Kathleen R Kathleen R United States says:

    --  First of all, this article explains that previously, occurrences of Guillain-Barré syndrome were known to occur in people taking ONLY the Janssen (Ad.26.COV2.S) vaccine. The KNEW about this in JULY 2021. (not sure what made you think they 'knew nothing about this till now'.  It certainly wasn't from the article because they CITE the dates and info they had in July. You might want to brush up on your reading comprehension).
    -- Secondly, it was ONLY the Janssen vaccine.  SO take a different vaccine if you want.  
    --  Third, the occurrences were VERY RARE. 1-2 in every 100,000.  So, excellent odds for NOT getting it.  Now studies over the last 12 months show the occurrences seem to have risen to about 2.39 in every 100,000.   Still, excellent odds.  (99,997 did NOT get GBS after their Janssen vaccine.)

    -- Fourth:  MOST people recover from Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS). 60% to 80% recover. Look it up.

    Fifth:  No one is requiring you to get a vaccine.  No one will hold you down and jam a needle in your arm.  You are only 'mandated' to get a vaccine if you want to interact with others in the world.  And this is NOT NEW.  You were required to be vaccinated to attend elementary school, and now you are are required to get vaccinated to attend concerts, and football games, and JOBS where you will likely interact with other co-workers and possibly, the public.  It is not new.  We've been doing this for decades.  Don't get vaccinated if you don't want, you can just stay home.  That is absolutely your choice.  But it is NOT your choice to NOT get vaccinated and potentially infect hundreds (maybe thousands) of OTHER INNOCENT PEOPLE. --

    • David Baez David Baez United States says:

      Companies are taking your refusal to get the vaccine as a letter of resignation just to avoid terminating and paying severance.
      To many people, choosing to get vaccinated verses being unemployed without pay is a threat.
      I'm not against people getting the vaccine, but I am against the madate and forcing a vsccine that still has not completed the study trials is unethical. We saw how the FDA approved Oxycodone with improper studies and the cities that suffered from it; and that was only 20yrs ago. Why should I trust that the FDA has not taken short cuts or if they themselves have been misinformed?

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