That's a good and serious question.I'm not Huntsman but I'll take a shot at it.To start from the beginning,smallpox was the first vaccine developed,after it was noticed that milkmaids and dairy farmers didn't develop smallpox as much.Even unvaccinated Europeans had been exposed enough to smallpox to have some antibodies to it, but native americans did not and were more vulnerable.Fast foreward to now.Herd immunity will be reached when enough of the population has antibodies to covid that the virus has a hard time finding a vulnerable person to infect.The virus doesn't care if any one person has antibodies from being exposed or from a vaccine,but it does matter as far as the number of folks who get sick getting to herd immunity.Also,it makes a potentially huge difference in the chances it gives the virus to mutate into a vaccine resistant strain.Each new person it infects is a new chance to mutate,and that matters.I know this doesn't address concerns about vaccine safety,but I hope it answers your question.[/QUOTE]Serious question Huntsman, what does the vaccine have to do with reaching herd immunity , The Europeans certainly had herd immunity to small pox and there was no vaccine that I know of, but the native Americans had no previous exposure to small pox and when exposed it nearly wiped them out, not sure what the vaccine has to do with it, help me out here to better understand. Thanks
So in other vaccines your body is building immunity because it's exposing your immune system to the virus .
None of these vaccines builds herd immunity because they don't have the virus in them.With two of the vacs they shoot a genic code in you to try and get your body to make copies of spike protein and infect the cells . This is supposed to stimulate your immune system producing antibodies your body is supposed to remember if your ever infected with the virus . The vaccine will not ever build herd immunity best case is it will limit the severity's of the virus . Now if everyone gets exposed to it healthy immune systems will build immunity some will die just like the flu . The flu has been around for years no vaccine to stop it this is the same only our bodies didn't have exposure before so it takes time for herd immunity. From all the readings I've read this is what I've come up with can the vaccine save you possibly can you still die from covid if you get it yes just a very slight less chance . Me personally I don't believe I want the vaccine it has metal in it they use aborted babies from the 80s to help create them . But with my job I may be forced to or get fired that is what is not right about all of this if you do your research and believe the vaccine will help you then take it if you believe it won't then don't . These people saying the unvaccinated are endangering the vaccinated is all the more reason for me not to get it . It makes no since and is a terrible argument on why you should get it .
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