During the past two years, the pandemic has taken over our lives. The virus has taken too many lives. And, people have grown fearful of their own. The government has required everyone to receive the vaccine to protect one’s self against COVID-19. Vaccines are offered. These include Sinovac, Johnson and Johnson’s Janssen, Moderna, Pfizer, and many more. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States addresses several frequently asked issues and concerns. Of course, this includes the likelihood of re-infection following vaccination. According to the CDC, a fully vaccinated individual still has a possibility of contracting COVID-19. Vaccines do not serve as impenetrable barriers. They don’t kill the virus or disease they’re trying to kill.
I am vaccinated against COVID-19. What’s next?
Vaccine? For what?
According to the CDC, the level of protection people receive from having it (sometimes called natural immunity) may vary depending on how mild or severe their illness came. Aside from that, these also include the time since their infection and their age. An antibody test that has yet to become available. The hope for this existence points out to reliably determine if a person remains protected from further infection. All vaccines currently available in the United States remain effective at preventing the virus. Staying up to date with the vaccination gives most people a high level of protection against COVID-19. You should get a COVID-19 vaccine, even if you already had COVID-19. Emerging evidence shows that getting a COVID-19 vaccine after you recover from COVID-19 illness provides added protection to your immune system.
We know that some people don’t want to receive the vaccine even though the government required everyone to do so.
The main reason why they don’t like it comes down to one thing. THEY DON’T BELIEVE IN THE VIRUS. Even if they saw many people die because of the virus. Another reason points to the fact that they feel scared to receive the vaccine. However, this only comes because they receive word that if they get the vaccine, it will attract the virus to infect.
For the safety of everyone, we should get our vaccination set. It’s for us to have the additional protection from the enemy that we can’t see or we can’t hear as well.
Brendon Andre is a journalism student from Cavite State University Indang Campus. He is a techy individual, likes to write something every time. Loves to play online games as well as playing sports with his friends.