Vaccination delimma – take second shot?

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  • Tue, Jan 19, 2021 - 11:27am

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    nordicjack

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    Vaccination delimma – take second shot?

A quick history, My father got infected with SarsCov in a restaurant in Fl right after they reopened things in July. He had a severe case and did not want to go the hospital. He ended up severely impaired and now requires permanent assisted care. He received the vaccine first dose in the first week of Jan 21. He just tested positive for the virus and has been moved to the covid unit.

Question now is – he is due for second covid vaccine, Does he take the vaccine now? Can you take if you are sick? what if this is a false positive.. You likely cannot know the depth of his symptoms due to his permanent impairment from the first infection.

Anyway, another final thought is, a guy gets infected in July, recovers( if you call it that) gets vaccine in first week of Jan and tests positive for COVID , Jan 19. Where the F&%* is any immunity? any?  its been just barely 5- 6 mos since first infection plus a “booster” vaccination just about 3 weeks ago.

  • Tue, Jan 19, 2021 - 01:22pm

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I am truly sorry to hear this turn of events.  I have just finished posting on the “uk vaccine rollout -details” thread about a similar case in UK.

I’ve noticed several articles that describe people getting vaccinated and being diagnosed with Covid soon after.  The vaccine instructs the body to make the spike protein.  The tests look for the spike protein.  Of course he’ll test positive after having the vaccination.   Only serious if he has symptoms.

1) In practice, if he is under medical supervision now, will they give him a choice?

2) People need to be healthy before they receive the 1st or 2nd shot, so no he shouldn’t receive the 2nd shot now .  Dose him up with vitamin D and pray.

Disclaimer : I know nothing.

 

  • Tue, Jan 19, 2021 - 04:32pm

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    dreinmund

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Ok, I will ask the obvious:

Why not give him Ivermectin now and going forward (as prophylactic), rather than more vaccines ?

  • Tue, Jan 19, 2021 - 05:19pm

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    Vaccination delimma – take second shot?

They will not prescribe him this.  And I am not near him , so I have no capacity to make sure he could get ivermectin..  I am pretty much thinking they will eventually kill him. That is what they do in medical institutions.  Id pull him out, if I could and give him Ivermectin.   I did not load up on ivermectin either.. Wish I had.

  • Wed, Jan 20, 2021 - 10:43am

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    Vaccination delimma – take second shot?

CHLORINE DIOXIDE. Easy to get, the most effective (with Dr. Kats’ niacin objection noted, but putting him through a niacin flush may be too much).

Even previous non-experimental vaccines, being filled with tons of toxins, will strongly weaken his immune system. The drug/substance/treatment most demonized by those demons is likely the only one that could rapidly heal him.

Ivermectin certainly wouldn’t hurt either, and zinc+quercetin (or HCQ), and obviously vitamin D is a requirement for any immune ability. Vitamin C and even moreso NAC highly recommended as well.

If you can’t avoid a 2nd dose from these “people”, load him up on antioxidants (at least vitamin C which they’ll know about, but NAC probably more important).

Good luck.

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