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I’m no Dr. but…

| September 2, 2021 2:48 PM

I’m no Dr. but… The CDC is recommending that you receive your shot every five months, which makes it not really a vaccine but a prophylaxis. There are prophylaxis treatments, cheap and effective, along with certain vitamins that are helpful for the immune system and can curtail the vial load of COVID-19.

These tested treatments have been used for many decades with little to no side effects even with long-term use with proper dosage. If diagnosed with COVID, in many cases sick people are just sent home without the opportunity of such medications and wait until they turn blue lipped before any medical treatment is given. The common cold is also a COVID virus as are many, yet there has yet to be a developed vaccine with decades of research capable of preventing it. A typical vaccine has always been studied at least 10 years before it is then studied on humans.

Yet worldwide, a new vaccine is being pushed without acknowledging or considering long/short-term side effects. There has never been a mRNA vaccine tested on human subjects before, but has been used in gene therapy’s. If that doesn’t bother you and you're worried, do what you think is right for you, I’m fine with that, but don’t use COVID to virtue signal how great you are because you wear a faux mask and had a shot and the rest of us should be shamed or pushed into it.

Have you not heard of the Nuremberg Code USA V Brandt.

DAWN EVENSON

Osburn