Wednesday, December 9, 2020

why would anyone trust anything the givt does ......I don't  ...but now I have the anti bodies as I was  diagnosed and now  I am negative .....but as always the sheep will  follow into the pen like they always  do .....they are told they have to get it so they  do  ....just like  voting .....they are told they have to vote so they do ,......like  sheep ........fear  the govt  spreads  fear  .......yes the corona  virus  is  real ....but the numbers  are fudged .........but the  masses will get the  vaccine  even though they  might think its  dodgy.......  but they will  because they are weak and  afraid  .....they are told they need  it  so they get it ......its like the  whole  family  marriage thing  ...they tell you you have to get married ...... so they  do .....like sheep ......its how the govt  survives  on the weakness of the masses .......just like in the bible  says  ....the lord is my shepherd  ......the bible is  telling  people they are sheep ....sheep end up     sheared  and on a plate  with mint  sauce 


AP-NORC poll: Only half in US want shots as vaccine nears

LAURAN NEERGAARD and HANNAH FINGERHUT

WASHINGTON (AP) — As states frantically prepare to begin months of vaccinations that could end the pandemic, a new poll finds only about half of Americans are ready to roll up their sleeves when their turn comes.

The survey from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research shows about a quarter of U.S. adults aren’t sure if they want to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. Roughly another quarter say they won’t.

Many on the fence have safety concerns and want to watch how the initial rollout fares — skepticism that could hinder the campaign against the scourge that has killed nearly 290,000 Americans. Experts estimate at least 70% of the U.S. population needs to be vaccinated to achieve herd immunity, or the point at which enough people are protected that the virus can be held in check.

“Trepidation is a good word. I have a little bit of trepidation towards it,” said Kevin Buck, a 53-year-old former Marine from Eureka, California.

Buck said he and his family will probably get vaccinated eventually, if initial shots go well.

“It seems like a little rushed, but I know there was absolutely a reason to rush it," he said of the vaccine, which was developed with remarkable speed, less than a year after the virus was identified. “I think a lot of people are not sure what to believe, and I’m one of them.”

Amid a frightening surge in COVID-19 that promises a bleak winter across the country, the challenge for health authorities is to figure out what it will take to make people trust the shots that Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top U.S. infectious-disease expert, calls the light at the end of the tunnel.

“If Dr. Fauci says it’s good, I will do it,” said Mary Lang, 71, of Fremont, California. She added: “Hopefully if enough of us get the vaccine, we can make this virus go away.”

Early data suggests the two U.S. frontrunners -- one vaccine made by Pfizer and BioNTech and another by Moderna and the National Institutes of Health -- offer strong protection. The Food and Drug Administration is poring over study results to be sure the shots are safe before deciding in the coming days whether to allow mass vaccinations, as Britain began doing with Pfizer's shots on Tuesday.











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