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    • Sat, Aug 14, 2021 - 08:00pm

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      Kristin in NJ

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      Remaining unvaccinated

    Thanks again! The news is constant doom, doom, doom! We have a very concerned family member who has recently become very worried about us getting Covid and dying. She has been watching the news nonstop and is also now worried about going out herself (she is vaccinated).

    Next week we are traveling to FL. Not the ideal timing, but we planned this trip last year and obviously it was cancelled. Herewego- a great point about the news being “transitory”. A week is quite a long time in the news cycle. Perhaps we won’t even be thinking about FL’s cases by then. I do think the media attack Ron DeSantis too much for factoring in other considerations (such as say, liberty!) in creating his Covid policy. I imagine I won’t attacked saying that here 🙂 Other states are also experiencing Covid surges. States such as LA, which we don’t hear about much in the news. I digress- I suppose this is a topic for another thread though!

    Also, Herewego- another great point about people taking the jab blindly. Most people have not spent time researching these vaccines or potential treatments. I imagine so many people at this point still have not heard of Ivermectin. It’s kind of hard to imagine someone NOT researching but I imagine it’s true.

    Thardie- a lot of great thoughts in your post as well. I am distressed at the blaming and shaming of the unvaccinated as the only ones responsible for prolonging this pandemic. Especially since they are saying that this can be spread via unvaccinated AND vaccinated. This concerns and confuses me. I wonder why more people aren’t asking about this.

    Thanks again for all of your thoughts!

    • Fri, Aug 13, 2021 - 07:27am

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      Kristin in NJ

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      Remaining unvaccinated- thank you!

    Thank you everyone for taking the time to respond. I appreciate all of the suggestions- I am also not really a Facebook user but I am going to check out that FLCCC group! I also started scanning the prophylaxis thread so I can learn about some new things I may add to my arsenal. Right now I take magnesium, zinc, fish oil,  and vitamin D. I had been taking quercetine for about a year but gave it break for summer. I’ll get back into it next month.  My blood test actually did not test vit. D! I go spend a lot of time outdoors and I take it a daily supplement (thanks to Chris for suggested it early on!).

    Also, I nodded in agreement with so much of what you have said. Yes, I agree that we need to honor the sacrifice of the brave doctors speaking out. Yes, at first I assumed I’d get the jab and my opinion went from “yes, probably, to I don’t know, to I am actually quite afraid of getting it”. I also spend hours listening to Podcasts, Youtube videos, etc. researching this. I can recognize legit sources of information who present credible info versus sensational garbage.

    I think this really comes down to trusting my gut and trusting that I’m knowledgable in my decision. The media is having a complete meltdown and I know people on both sides of the political spectrum who are freaked about it. We indeed are living in interesting times. I liked what Chris said in one of his videos (was it the webinar?) about how we are fortunate to live in such interesting times. I believe there is a Chines proverb about this. Something like “may you live in interesting times”.

    Thanks again everyone. I’ll keep researching!

    • Sun, Jul 11, 2021 - 06:35pm

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      Fauci Pushing for Local Vaccine Mandates

    Indeed, this is very troubling. I don’t understand how he can’t see someone else’s point of view? Why is it unreasonable to be skeptical of a NEW technology for a virus that thankfully does have a high survival rate? I just don’t understand it- but alas, here we are. Could it be that he just can’t possibly understand people NOT taking his advice?  I wish someone would ask him this question. Very strange!! Anyway, the more they push, the less I want this thing!

    • Thu, Jul 08, 2021 - 10:04am

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      Dr. Robert Malone a voice of reason

    I subscribe to the Epoch Times and I watched this interview- very interesting! He also had Brett Weinstein on his program recently. The Epoch Times does a lot of great reporting!

    • Tue, Jul 06, 2021 - 01:25pm

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      Kristin in NJ

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      Obtaining Ivermectin

    Thanks again everyone! I’m looking at Dr. Haider’s website. It looks like you just fill out your medical info and update a picture, photo ID etc. It may take a few minutes so I’ll get to it tonight or tomorrow. I will let everyone know how it goes. The pharmacist we use seems very reasonable so I can’t imagine there would be a problem. Again, this treatment does seem to be becoming more mainstream which is great!

    • Tue, Jul 06, 2021 - 11:15am

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      Kristin in NJ

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      Obtaining Ivermectin

    Thanks again for everyone taking the time to make suggestions/share experiences. I think I am going to reach out to Dr. Syed Haider from the FLCCC website. I’ll keep you posted. I don’t believe my doctor would prescribe Ivermectin, as she was pretty gung-ho about the vaccine. It is good to see though that there are doctors out there willing to prescribe Ivermectin etc. I think my (and many other’s here) decision not to take this new vaccine which is a brand new technology and instead going down the route of an older, proven safe medication is completely reasonable. I believe these “alternative” treatments are becoming more well-known and respected. Like I said, it seems perfectly reasonable and sane to consider something else which I believe is much safer. Best of luck everyone!

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    • Fri, Jun 25, 2021 - 07:49am

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      Kristin in NJ

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      Obtaining Ivermectin

    Thanks so much everyone for taking the time to reply! I’ll look into all of this. From everything I’d seen/read, Ivermectin is a very safe drug and can be taken for very long periods of time, so there’s not real downside to taking it. I wonder if there are other benefits beyond preventing Covid? That might be a topic for another day! I imagine it could be helpful in avoiding other viruses, such as flu? Thanks everyone!!

    • Wed, Jun 23, 2021 - 03:33pm

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      Kristin in NJ

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      Reply To: Obtaining Ivermectin

    Thank you! Hopefully I never actually get Covid. Also, I don’t know if I have immunity right now because so many of us were possibly exposed and didn’t even know. However, it’s good to have a game plan in place in case I do get it. Hopefully more and more doctors start seeing the data and they start using Ivermectin etc. Thanks again!

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