I’m here opening a topic that I’m sure will create a debate in the mustachian post forum audience: Covid vaccins.
I thought it was obviously something already discussed but in reality I could not find anything.
No clue about you, but in my life (family, friends, colleagues) it is basically one of the key topic from Christmas in any talk. I do not think it is only me, but I guess it is a common topic nowadays.
What do you think? Is it worthy to do or you feel it as just an obligation?
Any direct experience (on you or someone you know well enough to know how it was)? any problem?
I’m personally not 100% convinced of it. Too much pressure on science nor.ally doesn’t allow for a good and technically optimal solution (in my humble opinion). On top, the few people I know that got it (mainly few over 80, some people working in the hospital and some people working in the schools, most of them from Italy and Switzerland) told me they all got fever for 1-3 days and general deaziness. on the other hand., my brother had covid and the only symptom he had was one evening on deaziness without fever (you know, this kind of evening in which you do not feel well, you take a hot tea and lie down on the sofa for a while and you go named early after eventually taking an aspiring or a paracetamol…) and that’s all. Many othr people I know got it and told me basically all the same.
My humble question is then the following: better vaccinated (and 1-3 days of fever and other things) or getting the covid and feel eventually deazy for an evening?
have a good night…