There is no evidence that long-term side effects will occur. In fact, the evidence is quite the opposite. Almost everyone in the United States has been vaccinated against something, most people have been vaccinated many times. On my day, I’m 66, we gratefully waited in long lines to get vaccinated against smallpox and polio. One of my best friends from grades 1-12 has polio. If I close my eyes, I can still hear Tommy cowering in the hallway, as his leg brace moves into his leg. However, we had no problem recreating. The vaccine does not target male or female reproductive cells, which we know because children are born without any lasting immunity* which is why they must be vaccinated.
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*Humans and most mammals are born with some short-term immunity, but this immunity comes from their mother’s body, partly prenatally and partly from her milk. them, but fades after 6-12 months. Why should you get vaccinated? To improve your chances of not dying or becoming disabled. I would note that it is important that even if you are not sick you can pass it on to other people who will be very sick who will occupy all the beds in the ICU when you have a serious accident and maybe just one pcs of bed. The big question is why you don’t want to get vaccinated. The needle is so tiny you can barely feel it and any immune response is small and very temporary and mostly absent. Is this some religious conception?