Joieeioj4 wrote: ↑
Tue Feb 16, 2021 1:14 am
Hello. I'm in England, and my mother has been called to the NHS three times for the covid vaccine. On February 5, I heard around the house that a friend of theirs has vaccination priority because he works in the pharmaceutical distribution. my mother told the NHS that if she gets something because of the vaccine then who will take care of her children ... after a few days the thing is I heard her one night when she thought I was sleeping saying "I I give it drop by drop and 2 times if necessary ". I may have been given the vaccine in my sleep without my knowledge or anything. I only mention what I did recently 18 years ago and after my birthday my elbow and right hand hurt extremely badly if I clenched my fist. it is possible that she administered it to me without knowing that she or he would not take it, what do you think it could be? I'm desperate!! I am especially waiting for your answer HP. Hoodedcobra666.
First of all, do not panic. There's no reason. Unfortunately, the NHS I have read does not take any explicit responsibility of what may happen because of the vaccine. People who make this choice, will have to decide if they want to take this risk and carry the responsibility.
Nor Pfizer nor the State nor the Medical system want to take any written, formal, explicit approval of legal responsibility under no circumstance. Because if someone has proved a family died from this, or they got anything negative, they can sue for endless millions based on this.
Chances and reports show that there is a chance people may be harmed from the vaccine, but oftentimes, it will not. Try to politely refuse. If they ask you why, mention that it's because you are young and consider this not necessary for you.
What has been explained here is a long process of what could emerge out of this with the Genome Alteration. This is a first implementation of the technique, not the "Full On" thing.
As far as I am aware, you cannot administer this vaccine through a drink. No need to be paranoid, you weren't given anything.
I am uncertain on if in the UK you have a right to refusal or there is some way to politely and legally deny that.