Lung Cancer and Vaccines for Covid-19
Good morning everyone. I don’t know about you but I am anxiously anticipating COVID-19 vaccine roll-outs. I’m anxious because there really has been very little time for all of the kinks to be worked out, but yet, on the other hand they could save a lot of lives. They won’t be an instant miracle. You will still need to be cautious and continue protocols. And masks will continue to be our best friends.
Please be aware that news headlines can be misleading. Please rely on only reputable sources for your information.
– What are the side effects of Pfizer’s, Moderna’s vaccines? Your questions answered https://www.cbc.ca/news/health/covid-19-vaccine-pfizer-faq-1.5795486
While some clarification is offered, there are not definitive answers. It’s still too early and testing continues.
Right now Connect lists these as the only sites trustworthy, authoritative, and with the best current information: ideally from Mayo Clinic, CDC and FDA.
If you are unsure of what to do then take your time, be cautious, ask questions. Do not do anything that you are uncomfortable with until you have reached a firm decision.
I have reached my decision to have the vaccine. Side effects will be similar to the virus. This scares me but they are supposed to be milder. So I’ve decided to get them.
Have you decided?