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    Re: Dual premiership Crow refuses COVID-19 vaccination (AFLW)

    DR we need to be mindful of whether using individual anecdotal experiences to explain macro health issues is a great idea. I'm glad your friend who's surviving cancer is surviving cancer, and I hope your mother is going OK.

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    Re: Dual premiership Crow refuses COVID-19 vaccination (AFLW)

    Quote Originally Posted by jeemak View Post
    Here's a brief history of MRNA vaccines - from JHU:

    https://publichealth.jhu.edu/2021/th...-mrna-vaccines
    Yes it's nothing new, the challenge was keeping it in the body as it was ejected pretty quickly (my memory from talking to a scientist at ACDP).

    Edit : And what your thing says

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    Re: Dual premiership Crow refuses COVID-19 vaccination (AFLW)

    Quote Originally Posted by boydogs View Post
    Long term effects from vaccines aren't really a thing. A vaccine is a dead virus that can't make you sick that teaches your body what to look for if you actually get infected. Vaccine side effects are your body overreacting, like an allergy, think hay fever

    AstraZeneca was recommended for 60+ only as younger people have stronger immune systems and are more likely to overreact. The Queensland Uni vaccine bit the dust only because vaccinated people falsely tested positive for aids, but it didn't make anyone sick

    Immune responses are short term, the articles below explain that no vaccine in human history has produced side effects beyond the first two months. It is of course a good throwaway line for anyone not wanting to be vaccinated as no-one can fast forward time to prove them wrong

    https://www.muhealth.org/our-stories...m-side-effects
    https://wexnermedical.osu.edu/blog/c...m-side-effects
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    Re: Dual premiership Crow refuses COVID-19 vaccination (AFLW)

    So many experts on WOOF. I am 70 yo with a number of health issues. My various drs advised me to get the jab. I did. I feel very comfortable with my decision.

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    Re: Dual premiership Crow refuses COVID-19 vaccination (AFLW)

    If you don't like the policy, don't play

    The AFL has released its Covid-19 vaccination policy, which, “in general terms”, will require all AFL and AFLW players and football program staff to be vaccinated before the start of their respective seasons.

    Outlined in the policy, formed in conjunction with the AFL Players’ Association, is the requirement of all AFL players and football program staff to be fully vaccinated by February 18, 2022.


    Those who, without good reason, do not comply with the policy will not be able to attend their club or any AFL premises to either train or play.
    FFC: Established 1877

    Premierships: AFL 1954, 2016 VFA - 1898,99,1900, 1908, 1913, 1919-20, 1923-24, VFL: 2014, 2016 . Champions of Victoria 1924. AFLW - 2018.

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    Re: Dual premiership Crow refuses COVID-19 vaccination (AFLW)

    Quote Originally Posted by Bulldog4life View Post
    So many experts on WOOF. I am 70 yo with a number of health issues. My various drs advised me to get the jab. I did. I feel very comfortable with my decision.
    Exactly. Think I will leave it to those with knowledge, including my BIL, who is a viral disease specialist rather than some random people on a forum. I am comfortable getting vaccinated and also comfortable getting further jabs where necessary. If I wasn’t comfortable getting vaccines that have been scientifically developed and tested how the hell do I explain my desire to pop a pill or two in my younger days that could have been manufactured by anyone.

    I have no issue if people don’t get the jab and I certainly don’t have any issue with any organisation, business, community group etc refusing entry or not allowing participation for those whom are unvaccinated.

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