Vaccines: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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  • The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the minuscule risks, but some parents still question their safety. John Oliver discusses why some people may still feel uncertainty about childhood vaccinations.
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  • Yeng Sabio
    Yeng Sabio Πριν 32 λεπτά

    Eat placenta? That's autogenous vaccination!

  • Snowka
    Snowka Πριν 6 ώρες

    Not vaccinating your kids is child abuse and should be considered premeditated attempted murder against anyone with a weak immune system who your unimmunized child gets near.

  • Kelly Crauford
    Kelly Crauford Πριν 19 ώρες

    I'm more and more convinced that anti vax moms are the moms regretting they didn't get an abortion, so they have to improvise to get rid of it

  • colovians
    colovians Πριν ημέρα

    If vaccines caused autism (they don't) I'd rather have an autistic child who's vaccinated than a child who can never be vaccinated tbh

  • Mark Farmer
    Mark Farmer Πριν ημέρα

    I have a theory that some anti-vaxxers are educated, and pretending not to be because abortion is illegal.

  • thedecimal space
    thedecimal space Πριν ημέρα

    You're a fucking liar.

  • Hannah
    Hannah Πριν ημέρα

    I feel so awful for children who have parents who don't vaccinate or people who must rely on herd immunity

  • aaa
    aaa Πριν 2 ημέρες

    hilarious...."turn that around"
    grclip.com/video/7VG_s2PCH_c/βίντεο.html

  • clasher37
    clasher37 Πριν 2 ημέρες

    Euthanasia

  • Richard Whitted
    Richard Whitted Πριν 2 ημέρες

    Vaccinate fully on schedule . The other 74 of you who dont want to for some reason, are screwed

  • Richard Whitted
    Richard Whitted Πριν 2 ημέρες

    John Oliver At his finest. I watch every show keep it going, you’re doing a great job, making us laugh and looking at our shitty drives a different way, cheers💭🇦🇺👑
    Fucking donkey fuckers

  • Richard Whitted
    Richard Whitted Πριν 2 ημέρες

    Yeah .professional of course

  • Ned Flanders
    Ned Flanders Πριν 3 ημέρες

    It's horrifically dispicable to hide all the citations of polio being spread in polio vaccenes. There were half a million victims of that sht.
    God complex serial killer doctors with drug habits are everywhere.

    • Ned Flanders
      Ned Flanders Πριν 2 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory that has to be the most disgusting false equivalency fallacy ive read a bot type all day.

    • Ned Flanders
      Ned Flanders Πριν 2 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory why? Because we know we cant trust people with god complexes complete with sociopathic psychopathy. Corporations have no conscience. Business is a theology revolving around money and only money. People cant expect corporations that hire bot scum like you to protect them. Why should doctors and pharmaceutical corporations go unchecked and their crimes erased?
      How in any bloody hell is that being responsible?

    • Richard Gregory
      Richard Gregory Πριν 2 ημέρες

      @Ned Flanders Why would what happened so long ago with something they no longer use relevant? It's like saying you don;t trust getting in a car because the original horseless carriages broke down and crashed so often.

      And you said "being spread". Not "was spread". Nothing in your statement implied anything other than the current vaccines and vaccination programmes. Vaccines like polio are universal programmes, they aren;t based on disease rates, they are given to everyone. Moreover, if your theory was accurate, how do you explain the fact that smallpox was eliminated due to vaccination? Smallpox was once a highly virulent disease that infected hundreds of millions of people. According to your ludicrous conspiracy theory they should never have eliminated it because that eliminated the need for smallpox vaccines - they were stopped when the disease was declared extinct (except in a handful of secure laboratories). The same goes for polio - we're getting close to eliminating that and then polio vaccinations won;t be required either.

    • Ned Flanders
      Ned Flanders Πριν 2 ημέρες

      Lies, youre not looking at the historical moment i pointed out. You're moving the context. I didnt say this happens any longer. I clearly implied tgis happened when they first started selling the crap. They did it to bolster their sales and sell even more vaccines.
      What you have to worry about now, they cant sell a cure for something that's already cured and look at what they've done in the past.
      The vaxor community ARE the people paying the antivaxor community.
      Listen, you dont want to think, thats fine. You dont want to get in the trenches either. There's psychotic serial killers everywhere in every profession. Keep your head down.
      Or,
      Hunt the people making the coverups. Misinformation is never responsible.

    • spectant _
      spectant _ Πριν 3 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory thank you for answering to this three statements and taking the time... i wouldnt have the patience to do that

  • Ned Flanders
    Ned Flanders Πριν 3 ημέρες

    Just because he was successful in getting thimerosal out does not then say thimerosol was never a problem. Rather, it proves it.

    • Ned Flanders
      Ned Flanders Πριν 2 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory you're using a filthy fallacy of semantics. Any compound with mercury in it contains the element murcury. What kind of scum are you people? Filthy dusgusting liar slime. OMG.

    • Richard Gregory
      Richard Gregory Πριν 2 ημέρες

      @Ned Flanders It was public hysteria whipped up by anti-vax idiots about "mercury". Vaccines did not actually contain "mercury" the metallic element , but a compound of mercury. Compounds have radically different properties, for example, salt is an essential to life but is a compound of sodium (an explosive metal) and chlorine (a highly toxic, corrosive gas that can be used as a chemical weapon). Thimerosal is ethyl mercury, which has a much lower toxicity than metallic mercury, and is eliminated by the body much faster. In any case, the amounts were absolutely tiny, and the key to toxicity is dose (even water is toxic if you have it in too large amounts). Moreover, mercury is pretty much everywhere, in tiny amounts, and you get more from eating ordinary food than you'd ever get from a lifetime of vaccines.

    • Ned Flanders
      Ned Flanders Πριν 2 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory are you an idiot? Who are you trying to say started the hysteria? Or are you trying to say by using "hysteria" that it's illogical to know mercury should never be put in a developing person? I even heard puffin brain here try to say there are different kinds of murcury. True, elements have isotopes but none of them should be put in a child's body. Go chew on a thermometer, bot boy.

    • Richard Gregory
      Richard Gregory Πριν 3 ημέρες

      No it doesn't. Thiomersal was removed in response to public hysteria over it and for no other reason.

  • Ned Flanders
    Ned Flanders Πριν 3 ημέρες

    The very real science of it is, everything you stop a virus from doing in your body with a vaccine is also everything you stop your body from doing for itself. You block a protene from accessing a site on your cell walls you stop your body from using that same site.

    • Ned Flanders
      Ned Flanders Πριν 2 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory your habitual pseudo science disgusts me. If you knew half of what you pretend to know, you'd feel like the political whore you really are.

    • Richard Gregory
      Richard Gregory Πριν 2 ημέρες

      @Ned Flanders No they don't. Your immune system makes antibodies which are proteins, that are designed to attach to an antigen of a pathogen such as a virus or bacteria. This *binding* as it is called can either directly disable the pathogen, or cause other immune cells like macrophages to be attracted and to destory the pathogen. Because antibodies key to a unique antigen the body needs to produce antibodies specifically for each pathogen. If your immune sysem has never met the pathogen before, it will analyse it and then instruct a special factory cell to produce te new antibody type. This is why it takes time for the immune system to produce antibodies for a *new* pathogen. This is also why we have the innate immune system composed of things like macrophages and white cells - general purpose guards that attack any intruder. The innate system may actually defeat the intruder alone , or provide sufficient time for the body to produce and deploy the antibodies of the adaptive immune syste. Usually once the immune system has encountered a pathogen it will 'remember' it, and will produce antibodies to it with no delay if it encounters it again. This response is much more effective and usually destroys the pathogen before it can cause infection, hence you are "immune". Vaccinations stimulate this adaptive system in the same way as actual infections but without you getting sick. The immune system does not differentiate between the virus in the measles vaccine and actual measles. It produces antibodies and logs the pathogen in the memory system. Viruses use the body as a host - viruses can't replicate themselves, so they attach to a cell, insert new DNA that subverts the cell's normal function and force it to produce copies of the virus. The immune system not only targets viruses for destruction, but also infected cells (it orders them to commit suicide). Antibodies do not attach to normal body cells (but they can attach to abnormal ones). Since a vaccine does absolutely noting other than produce exactly the same immune response as actual infection by a virus or bacteria, your statement is nonsense.

    • Ned Flanders
      Ned Flanders Πριν 2 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory vaccines cause your immune system to make little caps for proteins your body uses as keys to locks. Locks that line your cells. They do lots of things but some give access to viruses to enter your cells. You become infected when viruses get a hold of a dna sequence to make these little keys. You're rhetorical ad hom proves both that im right and that you know it. When you cap all the keys, your body cant use the locks. You end up blocking your own psychological processes.

    • Ned Flanders
      Ned Flanders Πριν 2 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory i'm suddenly a noun? You sound like a habitual propagandist.

    • Richard Gregory
      Richard Gregory Πριν 3 ημέρες +1

      LOL that's got to be the most hilarously ignorant statement I've seen from an anti-vaxxer. Please, stop trying to use science when you are utterly clueless as to science.

  • Vladimir Hery
    Vladimir Hery Πριν 3 ημέρες +1

    This is why, when I hear "Mothers (parents) know best", I laugh at them because although they have the love for their children, they don't have the critical thinking to do what's best.
    And what's best in the opinion of the parents might not be what is best in the long term for their children.

  • Ronron RonRon
    Ronron RonRon Πριν 3 ημέρες

    26:24 Fawlty Towers!

  • K. Niccy Young
    K. Niccy Young Πριν 4 ημέρες +1

    Man, that guy standing next to Trump in the presidential debates is just zoned out while he is talking - I feel like he is mentally saying to himself "is he done? why can't he be done? Why do I have to listen to this nonsense?"

  • Clockwork
    Clockwork Πριν 6 ημέρες +1

    One of the Problems I never see adressed with the "Anti-Vax" Conspiracy is that it stigmatises Authism. It treats autists as ill or defectiv because they were injected with "damaging Chemicals" ...

  • Malia
    Malia Πριν 6 ημέρες

    When you realize Rob Shneider & John Oliver are wearing the same outfit...

  • K Harris
    K Harris Πριν 6 ημέρες

    John Oliver looks like an owl, but he could absolutely get a prom date!

  • Aurora Gemini
    Aurora Gemini Πριν 6 ημέρες

    If abortion is murder, then letting your child die of a preventable disease because you refused to vaccinate them is also murder.

  • Alex
    Alex Πριν 6 ημέρες

    Yo y’all ain’t ready for old man John with the full beard

  • Samuel Aviles
    Samuel Aviles Πριν 6 ημέρες +1

    Every comment that I read here is pro vax....and God bless you all.
    Get vaccines they work.
    But what makes me anti vax is what I have seen myself.
    My 3 year old son ant the time was developing normally...singing dancing doing all the normal things a kid does. He goes in to get an MMR vaccine along with several others...the following day a fever of 103 hits him which lasts for 3 days. And after and immediate change in his character. No longer spoke and a change is his social demeanor.
    Diagnosis autism.
    I have video of his change and God know what caused it.
    But I stopped vaccinating.
    He is now about to turn 21. No life threatening disease from not getting any other vacations. But the doubt was placed in my mind forever. I have gone 21 years without a flu shot...21 years without the flu. I gave my younger daughter the choice of vacations. And due to her upcoming career in the medical field she chooses to vaccinate. And I am proud of her. I'm not saying not to vax. But we need to research more about vaccines.

  • The Dennis Rice
    The Dennis Rice Πριν 6 ημέρες +2

    You look like an owl that couldn’t get a date for prom

  • Eric Matevia
    Eric Matevia Πριν 7 ημέρες

    I am well aware that this comment will be dark and grim, but if you see an anti-vaxxer spouting nonsense in public or on the internet, just ask them how their kid is doing and watch them squirm

  • Vuyiswa Nhlumayo
    Vuyiswa Nhlumayo Πριν 7 ημέρες +3

    "...spiders, and a sudden and mysterious lack of spiders" I can absolutely relate!

  • Robin jackson
    Robin jackson Πριν 7 ημέρες

    It’s pus...English teacher being picky. Of course he picked up on it. LOL

  • Elidae Danh
    Elidae Danh Πριν 8 ημέρες

    If you watch the entire first season of liza on demand, liza made a reference with the scene of a racist mayor f***ing a horse.
    Edit: offscreen.

  • matthew Higgs
    matthew Higgs Πριν 8 ημέρες

    John oliver. Picking fights with fish. The fish fighter

  • Megaroad Producciones
    Megaroad Producciones Πριν 8 ημέρες +1

    My problem isn't with the vaccines, is with the farmaceutics.

    • GoOgLiT
      GoOgLiT Πριν 6 ημέρες

      Considering you do not know how to spell "Pharmaceuticals," perhaps you should reconsider your stance...

  • Kedrick the Head Trip
    Kedrick the Head Trip Πριν 10 ημέρες

    The pharmaceutical industry is systematically poisoning the populace to sell drugs. The vaccinated majority are more likely to catch whooping cough than the unvaccinated minority. The press neglects to mention unvaccinated people who didn't catch measles. Vaccines can cause seizures, coma, encephalitis, and death to name a few of their hazards. Deaths from infectious diseases were on the decline by 90 percent before vaccines. Sanitation reduces the spread of infectious diseases. Pharmaceutical companies don't "save lives", that wouldn't be profitable. A minority can't "weaken herd immunity". Measles isn't usually fatal, prior generations knew surviving measles and chickenpox was a rite of passage during childhood. Anybody who survived measles is less susceptible to cancer, Parkinson's disease, and other diseases. Vaccines contain carcinogens and neurotoxins.
    I have autism and I don't appreciate being exploited by pharmaceutical shills.

    • Jasryl6
      Jasryl6 Πριν 6 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory Thanks. The baboon study showed that vaccinated individuals would be more likely to spread the illness because they are carriers with no symptoms. I have a copy of the article. It has been removed. I can’t find the article online anymore. It looks like a study out of BCS. But, here is a section that talked about it. “-to-date DTaP vaccinations were compared to unvaccinated patients, the odds of being infected with PRN-deficient strains increased, suggesting that PRN bacteria may have a selective advantage in infecting DTaP vaccinated persons “ I know a lot of stuff is no longer searchable. I guess I have to add this to the list.

    • Thighland 101
      Thighland 101 Πριν 6 ημέρες +1

      Kedrick the Head Trip what in the what did I just read

    • Richard Gregory
      Richard Gregory Πριν 6 ημέρες +1

      @Jasryl6 Only thing I can find is some articles that point out that pertussis rates are rising because a newer acellular vaccine is actually less effective than the whole-bacteria based older one. Whooping cough was not a well understood disease even in the 1990's when the new vaccine was produced, and it appears that the vaccine prevents symptoms in the vaccinated person, but increases the chance that they can be *asymptomatic* carriers who go on to infect other people. Nonethless, pertussis rates remain some five times lower than they were before vaccination was introduced. I cant find anything about unvaccinated people having lower risk or new strains, can you provide a link?

    • Jasryl6
      Jasryl6 Πριν 6 ημέρες

      @Cioda They are referring to the 2017 Boston University study that showed vaccinated individuals are at far greater risk, than unvaccinated, to develop a new strain of pertussis This was also confirmed by health officials at the highest level. But, I choose to ignore that garbage. As far as I’m concerned, only a lunatic would ever question a vaccine or Merck. I get so offended when someone questions vaccines. They are infallible. I don’t think 54 childhood shots is enough. They are adding more and now have a proposed adult schedule. So, we can all get more shots. So pumped! Praise be to Merck!

    • Chance Simons
      Chance Simons Πριν 9 ημέρες +1

      Oh do shut up

  • Duncan Van Norden
    Duncan Van Norden Πριν 10 ημέρες

    You can’t prove that there isn’t a link between vaccines and autism because what if the kid already has autism? The vaccine is only making the autism stronger.

    • Duncan Van Norden
      Duncan Van Norden Πριν 10 ημέρες

      I know. It was a joke...

    • Richard Gregory
      Richard Gregory Πριν 10 ημέρες +1

      There have been massive studies that prove no link. If there was, then vaccinated populations would have higher rates of autism than unvaccinated. And they don't. Autism is something you're born with and nothing "makes it stronger". It's just something you have or you don't and there's a broad spectrum of autism that ranges from virtually no symptoms at all to severe impairment.

  • Lisa Hennessey
    Lisa Hennessey Πριν 10 ημέρες

    Best video anti-vaxxers everywhere need to see. This should be a prerequisite for having children. I'f you watch this video and disagree, you're a dumb fuck and don't deserve children!

  • aamidjaythreepointoh
    aamidjaythreepointoh Πριν 10 ημέρες +1

    If vaccines cause Autism, at a basic level, you expect to see higher rates of Autism in vaccinated communities than in non-vaccinated ones. I’m fairly sure that is not the case.

    • Cioda
      Cioda Πριν 9 ημέρες

      Your logic isnt wanted in their made up world.

  • ORANGE GAMER
    ORANGE GAMER Πριν 12 ημέρες +2

    Antivaxxers are idiots

  • Grayson Tartt
    Grayson Tartt Πριν 12 ημέρες +1

    I’m proudly anti-fish.

  • Adam Blakeman
    Adam Blakeman Πριν 12 ημέρες +1

    "Vaccines don't cause autism except when they do"
    Every 60 seconds in Africa, A minute passes
    People die when they are killed
    In Sweden, it is Illegal to be a criminal

  • Demetris Howard
    Demetris Howard Πριν 12 ημέρες +1

    Of course there is nothing to worry about, when in the history of science or medicine have the governing authorities ever mislead the public!

  • S Tilvikaite
    S Tilvikaite Πριν 13 ημέρες +1

    I wonder how much he got paid to be jumping like a happy Pharrell Williams doing this episode 😂 those anti vaxxers are the parents of the injured children or the ones who lost their close ones or babies! And you are scared of how many, oh yeas cause it is a lot injured and a lot dead!

  • S. Gillespie
    S. Gillespie Πριν 13 ημέρες +1

    No the government can't come in and make people take a vaccine. However, if an epidemic broke out the government could insist (for the greater good). And if people chose not to they might be placed in some sort of detention camp.

    • Richard Gregory
      Richard Gregory Πριν 13 ημέρες +1

      Well strictly speaking, the government could pass a law making vaccination mandatory and include enforcement measures, but it probably won't.

  • 95DarkFire
    95DarkFire Πριν 14 ημέρες +1

    "It's against the Nuremberg Laws"

    For thos who don't know: The Nuremberg Laws prohibited marriage and sex between Jews and "pure" Germans.

    • Cioda
      Cioda Πριν 9 ημέρες

      What the actual hell?

  • LemonHead Productions
    LemonHead Productions Πριν 14 ημέρες

    The Mall of America. A mall you were so disappointed by, you didn't even realize that's not the Mall of America. It's a picture of West Edmonton Mall in Canada.


    Except it isn't, because that's a picture of Mall of Asia in the Philippines.


    Except it isn't. Because it was actually the Mall of America the whole time!

  • poope
    poope Πριν 15 ημέρες +1

    Didn't get polio again today! So LIT!

  • megan W
    megan W Πριν 15 ημέρες

    "My lizard brain"........MOOD

  • S Tilvikaite
    S Tilvikaite Πριν 15 ημέρες

    Lol I don’t know anyone died from measles but seen kids injured or dead. It’s not even funny this video

  • Emily K
    Emily K Πριν 16 ημέρες

    Tobacco is fake news......... sad

  • JC Thomet
    JC Thomet Πριν 17 ημέρες

    Owl brain not lizard...LOL

  • alyisdead
    alyisdead Πριν 17 ημέρες

    As a teenager, I went with my mom to take my little sister to a doctors appointment, and some woman came into the waiting area and tried to lecture us and the few parents with kids about how harmful vaccines are and we “better not be getting them!” Another woman across from us asked her why, and this woman began her rant again and ended with “I would never allow my child to become an autistic retard! Who would love her?!” I couldn’t believe she had said that, and the woman across from me said, “Oh...so you wouldn’t love your own child if she was autistic or mentally challenged? She could die from a disease if she isn’t vaccinated. You are a sick woman, you need help...and you shouldn’t have children if you won’t keep them from becoming terminally ill and especially if you won’t love them unconditionally.” No one clapped or gave a standing ovation to her, we all kinda just stared uncomfortably at that crazy anti vax mom until she walked out.
    I will probably never forget one woman bluntly reminding another woman that she should love her child no matter what and make sure she doesn’t lose her life before she actually lives a life

  • Tiger58
    Tiger58 Πριν 17 ημέρες

    Btw in John 8:7 Jesus actually says "let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her" but for all I know from the Bible I think Jesus would agree with the sentiment of don't be a dick.

  • raptor jesus
    raptor jesus Πριν 17 ημέρες +2

    i didn't vaccinate any of my 8 kids and the one that survived turned out fine!

    • Cioda
      Cioda Πριν 9 ημέρες +1

      Oh god thats funny, and i hate myself for laughing at it.

  • OfftoShambala
    OfftoShambala Πριν 18 ημέρες

    The statement that vaccine injuries or deaths only occur in one and a million is totally unsubstantiated and made up. I challenge anyone to figure out how this was calculated. Especially when VAERS and other health authorities admit that as little as 1%, but probably no more than 10% of injuries and deaths are reported. There is no tracking system. And no doctor who will tell you to get a vaccine is even looking at the only tracking system there is (in the USA): VAERS. But somehow this mythical one in a million adverse reactions claim keeps getting repeated... meanwhile, parents are reporting that their children’s injuries are not getting reported or that doctors deny the obvious... I dealt with that myself. But, if you think you or your child or parent has been injured or killed, you can report it... you don’t have to be a doctor to report it. They are supposed to look for patterns and use those as cues to look for problems and make corrections... but they aren’t doing it.

  • Alex P.
    Alex P. Πριν 18 ημέρες

    Let's hear Mr. Scientist John Oliver explain what exactly he meant by 'minuscule risks' (with actual data). That would be funnier than any joke he's ever dropped.

    • Alex P.
      Alex P. Πριν 7 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory Here's some actual data, not the bullshit 1:1,000,000,000 lie that anyone who took statistics could tell you is a highly suspect number to begin with. physiciansforinformedconsent.org/news/physicians-informed-consent-finds-mmr-vaccine-causes-seizures-5700-u-s-children-annually/

    • Alex P.
      Alex P. Πριν 17 ημέρες

      @Richard Gregory What a load of shitty made up figures. Someone needs tell this genius that rabies ≠ polio. Is this comment section for real?

    • Richard Gregory
      Richard Gregory Πριν 18 ημέρες +3

      The statistics are online for anyone who cares to look for them, rather than sitting sulkily and lobbing crap at things in a fashion similar to a monkey flinging shit at a rival. TL:DR the risk of the polio vaccine is at least 5000 times lower than actual polio - and that's the oral vaccine. The inactivated injected polio vaccination is an even lower risk. It depends on the disease f course: if you have been vaccinated against rabies and get bitten by a rabid animal, you will live. If you haven't been vaccinated, death is a virtual cerainty.

  • Travis Mcconnell
    Travis Mcconnell Πριν 18 ημέρες

    Oof... Never thought a Garrison kieler joke would age that poorly

  • Rob Elliott
    Rob Elliott Πριν 19 ημέρες

    During 1988 through 1990, California experienced its worst measles epidemic in more than a decade, with 16,400 reported cases, 3,390 hospital admissions, and 75 deaths. More than half of the patients were younger than 5 years; the highest incidence was among infants younger than 12 months. The epidemic centered in low-income Hispanic communities in southern and central California. The major cause of the epidemic was low immunization levels among preschool-aged children and young adults.
    www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1022280/

  • Andrew Lindsley
    Andrew Lindsley Πριν 19 ημέρες

    My math teacher is anti Vax

  • wakesuho
    wakesuho Πριν 19 ημέρες

    During that entire fish bit I'm pretty sure John was trying not to break down laughing

  • Cupid
    Cupid Πριν 19 ημέρες

    He looks like the type of guy who lives alone surrounded by jars that he can't open by himself because he's too weak.

  • Lizi Jamagidze
    Lizi Jamagidze Πριν 19 ημέρες +1

    There was a measles outbreak in my country. It was like 40-50 people I think but our government took it very seriously. So it was mandatory for people in government funded places (schools, universities, government jobs...) to present documentation that you were vaccinated or you would be terminated from your position . The doctors announced that you could get a shot even if you did get it as a child and I decided to get it even though I was vaccinated as a child. BTW I’m 17 and only one in my family who needed to present documentation of getting a shot, but my entire family got re-vaccinated because they knew that this will decrease possibility of getting infected. Other families did the same. Outbreak was eliminated in two weeks. Who knew that basic common sense and grade school knowledge of biology could divert a catastrophe 🤷🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️

  • William Hazelwood
    William Hazelwood Πριν 19 ημέρες

    Please do a reply to Robert Kennedy's reply to you.