Why Do Some People Do Not Believe in the Vaccine

By Arya
@yoalldudes (27866)
Philippines
November 20, 2020 2:27pm CST
While I was rejoicing here looking forward to a time when things will get back to some form of normalcy. I mean I can't even get outside of our province, to do so would be a pain. I am very sensitive and have a low pain threshold plus with anxiety, man. Some people do not believe a vaccine getting developed in such a short span of time. I would've trusted reputable pharma like Pfizer. But now I am not sure. Oh well I will just have my warm ginger tea and masks.
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6 responses
@Juliaacv (53790)
• Canada
20 Nov
I think that with the case of any vaccine, in particular the corona virus 19 vaccine, you have to consult with your doctor. Some patients will not be good candidates for this vaccine, it depends on any conditions you have and your past medical history.
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@yoalldudes (27866)
• Philippines
20 Nov
Good point.
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@Namelesss (3090)
• United States
20 Nov
The biggest reason it normally takes so long to develop a vaccine is the often too restrictive regulations and then the development only after it has been approved. Trump has led the way in speeding up that process which is what will make it so readily available sooner than in the past. This vaccine should be no different than those in the past but I too am still not sure I will take it.
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@yoalldudes (27866)
• Philippines
20 Nov
Never before seen speed in development of a vaccine. And not much time to see the side effects. What if it surfaces after several years I guess is the worry. I hope it is not mandatory in our country.
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@Nakitakona (40797)
• Philippines
21 Nov
How short is short? Talking about vaccine, it gas been said that it would be possible or available on April 2021.
@yoalldudes (27866)
• Philippines
21 Nov
Yes that's what Ive been hearing too. I wonder if this will be a requirement if you want to travel.
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@Nakitakona (40797)
• Philippines
21 Nov
@yoalldudes No idea. But those who are traveling are tested in the airport before they board.
@sophie09 (33906)
• Indonesia
21 Nov
i want to believe because i want this to be over
@yoalldudes (27866)
• Philippines
21 Nov
I hope this be over soon too.
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@sophie09 (33906)
• Indonesia
21 Nov
@yoalldudes yes, l really do hope for the best
@CarolDM (109906)
• United States
20 Nov
We are all different. Stay safe and take care.
@yoalldudes (27866)
• Philippines
20 Nov
Freedom of choice is a good thing. I hope we get past this though vaccine or no vaccine.
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@CarolDM (109906)
• United States
20 Nov
@yoalldudes We will get through eventually.
@allen0187 (43601)
• Philippines
21 Nov
I guess they are being extra careful.
@yoalldudes (27866)
• Philippines
21 Nov
It makes sense to me now. Im glad I asked this question.
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