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calamari_jones

A vaccine lowers the risk of contracting covid significantly. And even if you get it you have a much higher chance to not develop symptoms. Symptoms like coughing, which spreads the disease much farther than normal breathing. So yes, a vaccination lowers the risk to infect others.

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nosbor78

A couple of them stop shedding, J&J was supposed to be one of those. I need to do a little more research, and I want a high efficacy, stops shedding shot. I had it once, and I don't want it again.

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janoschnr1

it was told from the start that it only linders the effects of it like dying buth hey.

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binraix1

i feel sorry for everyone on 9gag with IQ higher than 85 right now. flat Earth and anti-vax logic and science is painful

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danielsorola

Well, it's poison, no thank you

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shadowstorm123

Damn another vaccine post never saw that before

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binraix1

tired of anti-vaxxers. no doctor told you shit. vaccines lower everything like 99%. no reason for you to wear a seat belt as well since people with sear belts can die.

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brainiacrat

Back in my day vaccine meant immunization

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kiddokid32

"Vaccines dont stop the spread but if everyone takes it the spread stops." -The logic in these comments

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rpolkcz

Of course it doesn't stop it, it's not a wall or something. But the chance of you spreading it are indeed lower.

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