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ewloe
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It turns out that anti-vaxxers   are more likely to get Guillain-Barre Syndrome from corona virus than the vaccinated ; hence vaccine sceptics might get  numbness, weakness and pain - starting in the limbs and potentially spreading to the chest and face… and I thought vaccine sceptics were stupid, but it looks like they have worse than stupidity in furure…

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-59041679

Mind you I always noticed the vile anti-vaxxers were a bit dumb.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-59041679

 A UK study based on records of 32 million patients has shown that people are more likely to get a rare neurological condition known as Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) if they are infected with coronavirus rather than being vaccinated. GBS, which is associated with some other infections and linked to some vaccines, causes inflammation of the nerves and can lead to numbness, weakness and pain - starting in the limbs and potentially spreading to the chest and face. It's treatable and most people recover, but it can be life-threatening. There were 38 additional GBS cases for every 10 million adults taking the AstraZeneca vaccine, but 145 per 10 million among those infected.

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Splattt
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As per usual with these articles they tell half the truth to make a point.

Yes the risks from covid are one thing and risk from vaccine another.

BUT they don't factor in you can get vaccinated (risk 1) AND still catch covid (risk 2).  Depending on likelihoods, its possible the risk might be the same or higher than infection.

They deliberately mislead and assume these things are binary - vax or infection.  They never admit that both are common outcomes (especially astrazenica).

 

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JockCovidiot
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So if someone chooses to take that miniscule risk from infection why are they dumb?

Do you not choose to take risks in life everyday? I mean staying at home 24/7 reduces your chances of being in a car accident or being struck by lightning or countless other unfortunate evnets that could befall you.

I find it amusing that you have to resort to insulting those with a differing view to your own. It's almost as if you are trying to validate your own decision to yourself. Belittling those who have chosen a different path in order to make yourself feel better or superior. It is pretty sad actually.

Im afriad it is you @ewloe that is vile not a human being exercising their right to bodily autonomy and choosing not to take up "the offer" of a vaccination having weighed up the pro's and con's for them.

 

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ewloe
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Posted by: @jockcovidiot

better or superior

 

thanks for your kind words

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CoronanationStreet
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If you can get it naturally and recover why risk having a trial jab (with other now known serious life changing side effects) which can't be recovered from, in order to get, possibly, some increasingly time-limited protection against the slim chance of developing a disease (covid) from a virus (Sarscov2) which for most people is like a very mild cold according to the common cold symptom propaganda and fear stirring app. 

Remember - according to the govt propaganda it's so severe 1/3 of people don't even know they have it!!

Remember that (I think the OP had one of their previous usernames when that nugget of govt shit stirring was doing the rounds on radio, bus stops etc)?

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ewloe
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Posted by: @coronanationstreet

If you can get it naturally ?

You ahave  from swampy fever, where you fall every time for the green bullshit that natual = good. Britain invented modernity, and humanity has been blessed by many benefits such as vaccination. Obvsly, very  occaisinally, a compound turns out to be damaging, but this is very rare indeed. You can chose to get it natuarlly, tbut he article makes it clear that you run a higher risk of being paralysed by Guillain-Barre syndrome. it's your  life but I urge you to be less selfish and look at the big picture. We got this virus under control things are coming right. You have to slowly learn to be less fearful and panic less.

 

 

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Carrie White
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Posted by: @ewloe

tbut he article makes it clear that you run a higher risk of being paralysed by Guillain-Barre syndrome.

No actually the article makes it clear that you double your chances of getting Guillain-Barre.

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ewloe
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@carrie-white you u double your chances of getting Guillain-Barre, yes without vaccine, you run that risk. crazy....

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JockCovidiot
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@ewloe 

Difference is you have to actually catch covid before there is any risk from GBS from covid. However as soon as that needle goes into your skin you are exposed to vaccine risk.

So yeah lets take a "vaxx" that may cause GBS on the offchance I catch a virus that has just a ridiculously low chance of GBS.

Honestly you covid zealots are insane seriously. Life must just be one long anxiety ridden journey for you lot PMSL 🤣 How do you deal with the stat that 1 in every 2 of us will get cancer in our lifetimes? Should you not worry about that rather than a cold virus with a 99.9+% chance of survival 🤔 

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