A Vaccine Timeline

According to John Hopkins University of Medicine: “A typical vaccine timeline is usually 5 to 10 years to assess whether the vaccine is safe and efficacious in clinical trials, complete the regulatory approval process and manufacture sufficient, quantity of vaccine doses for widespread distribution.” (Source: https://coronavirus.jhu.edua)

Rolling out a vaccine in 10 months is significantly less. Some of the side effects from the vaccines include myocarditis, blood clots, strokes, PMT issues, women suffering miscarriages, from people who have taken the vaccine, believing it was safe.

When we assume how complex and complicated the immune system is, one person’s reaction to the vaccine, isn’t another person’s immune system.

A healthy 14-year-old developed Myocarditis, after his Pfizer Vaccine jab and ended up in ER. His mom, Emily Jo said “health officials are pushing the vaccine, saying we’re all in this together, but when you follow their advice and you’re injured by a vaccine, you’re on your own.” Source: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/

Taking the vaccine continues to bring complications, with tennis players like Stefanos Tsitsipas one of many players who is speaking out and refusing to take the vaccine, unless it becomes mandatory in tennis.

When asked if he would seek a vaccine, while competing in the U.S. “no one has told me anything. No one has made it a mandatory thing to be vaccinated. (Source: edition.cnn.com)

But where the vaccine has divided players, they are not alone. It is important to make peace with what is happening out there. It is important to make peace with those who aren’t able to decide about the vaccine, because there is no data or information out there, particularly for the immunocompromised to know they will be okay.

Conclusion:

There is no information as to how the vaccine works for those who have a pre-condition and who are immunocompromised. There are many reasons why someone is immunocompromised.

Instead of the UK Government addressing these issues and concerns, they are continuing to push for the vaccine roll out, citing the risks far outweigh the issues, with no regard to our concerns, worries and fears, of which there are many.

Now with children starting school in September, there are large concerns and worry for parents. And with the Government now targeting 12-15 year olds for the vaccine, it’s rather a large turnaround on what they initially said about children contracting Covid-19.

The pandemic has shown the vaccine rightly owns its place, but the vaccine isn’t without it’s controversies. With side effects such as strokes, blood clots and miscarriages, and with no data helping those who are immunocompromised decide on the vaccine for themselves, we’re seeing some of the questions being answered in front of our very eyes.

It is not the panacea vaccine the UK Government claim. With John Hopkins’ University of Medicine timeline information ringing in our ears, cramming 5 to 10 years of a timeline production into a 10 month roll-out, also courts concern.

The Covid-19 vaccine also isn’t without its controversy through animal testing. Initiating the coronavirus has been dreadful for animals. To save human lives, ‘thousands of ferrets, mice, hamsters, cats, and cheeky monkeys have deliberately been infected on and experimented in labs. (Source: https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/)

This blog is dedicated to Lisa Shaw.


8 Sep, 2021

2 thoughts on “A Vaccine Timeline

  1. Yes, I’m sure that is why so many people have been hesitant to get the vaccine. Everybody reacts differently to being vaccinated; it’s hard to say what the side effects may be, especially in the long term.

    I wondered myself but thankfully the side effects weren’t too severe, other than fatigue for a few days. People are in a rush for everything to get back to normal but with the Delta variant, it doesn’t seem like it is going to happen anytime soon.

    Whilst the vaccine is important to help reduce Covid-19, it is important to use our common sense so that we may reduce it further.

    1. Thanks Randy. Yes, what governments don’t understand is that people have the freewill to decide.

      When you’re informed you’re more likely to weigh up the pros and cons and decide for yourself. And whilst the vaccine has been produced to help fight Covid-19, there are issues that need to be addressed and aren’t.

      It’s not for any of us to comment on someone else’s decision to have or not have the vaccine, they have their reasons, and we should honour that, but Governments needed to at least keep precautionary measures in place so that we can stay safe.

      When you put politics first, it can never end well. I am pleased you’re okay Randy and that your side effects weren’t serious, and that you’re fully recovered now.

      My thoughts are with families who have lost a loved one to Covid-19.

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