Thursday, March 11, 2021

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate

Now that the vaccine is out and being administered, people are making a beeline for it. But is it such a good thing? Is it required to take it at all?

Covid is not deadly at all. The fatality rate is as much as any ordinary flu.

The human body is a colony of germs and we coexist with them. The body has evolved its  immune system over millennia.

Exposure builds immunity. Immunology 101. By masking and distancing, we are reducing our exposure to all germs out there.

Man is a social animal. Our health and well being are dependent on meeting, gathering, touching, greeting, celebrating.

All allopathic drugs are harmful, vaccines more so.

We want to protect ourselves from covid by:

Masking: it is not very useful

Social distancing: not very effective

The whole of the country is now divided in two. Those who don't bother, like most towns in North India... it is likely that they all got the virus, were asymptomatic, and they are doing fine.

Those who are bothered, and mask, and distance. It is likely that these measures were not effective, they got the virus, are asymptomatic, and they are also doing fine.

The fatality rate of covid as a percentage of exposed population, is negligible.

Any drug is worth it, only if the benefits exceed the costs. Vaccines are harmful, and covid is not deadly.

It is more than likely that we have already been exposed to covid and we're asymptomatic.

The virus keeps mutating, all viruses do.  Will you be taking annual vaccines, for what is in essence a flu. Vaccines compromise your health.

Masking also compromise your health, due to shallow breathing.

Social distancing compromises your well being.

If you are highly comorbid , with higher probability of dying, anyway the next flu will get you.

So, cheer up, don't wear a mask, meet people, go out there, get the virus ( actually you may have got it already), develop the immunity to it naturally, keep your immunity strong, follow good lifestyle habits, and don't bother about the vaccine

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