Well I was going to post about getting the vaccine today for a certain disease but then I reviewed the policy on topics that are off limits. So never mind. I guess the moderators don't consider it an appropriate topic for general discussion.
By the way, my daughter, a surgeon, has had both the disease, and the vaccine, at this point.
She volunteered, as the person to be temporarily reassigned from her department, to be assigned to the COVID-19 ward in her hospital.
That's one of the billion dollar questions. And we don't have the answers. Will we need to get this vaccine every year (or every 6 months) because its efficacy wears off, will it work on mutations or will they have to manufacture a different one each year to keep up with it. Is there test we can all take to tell us how susceptible to Covid 19 we are. How many of us have been exposed to Covid 19 and have the antibodies already but don't know it. Maybe that sniffles thing we had months ago was the Covid 19.Everyone does realize it's not just a one-and-done shot, right?
And that it's longevity isn't known at all...
Not trying to upset/discourage/irritate anyone, and definitely not trying to turn anything political. I'm just relaying what I learned today and thought it was relevant to this thread.