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Excuse My Ignorance by Arewagang: 8:05am On Jan 03
Please I want to ask, if the people who are fully vaccinated with the covid-19 vaccine can still test positive to covid-19 virus, what exactly is the import of being vaccinated in the first place?
N/B. Being fully vaccinated, means that, these people, who now, still test positive to covid-19, have all been administered to first, second, third and the booster jabs of the covid-19 vaccine, so how come, they still test positive to covid-19 virus
Please no insult, I just wish to be enlighten on this seeming mystry.

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Re: Excuse My Ignorance by helinues: 8:17am On Jan 03
That you are once treated for malaria doesn't mean you can't get malaria again.

Everything depends on your immune system. There are some people that have contracted COVID yet it has no negative effect on them..
Re: Excuse My Ignorance by Nobody: 8:28am On Jan 03
Arewagang:
Please I want to ask, if the people who are fully vaccinated with the covid-19 vaccine can still test positive to covid-19 virus, what exactly is the import of being vaccinated in the first place?
N/B. Being fully vaccinated, means that, these people, who now, still test positive to covid-19, have all been administered to first, second, third and the booster jabs of the covid-19 vaccine, so how come, they still test positive to covid-19 virus
Please no insult, I just wish to be enlighten on this seemingly mystry.
Taking the vaccine doesn't fully stop you from contacting the virus..

An effective vaccine will protect you by lowering the chance of getting COVID-19 if in any case encounters the virus..
Re: Excuse My Ignorance by Nobody: 8:51am On Jan 03
Some of them got vaccination late, might have contacted the virus first
Re: Excuse My Ignorance by Starcrest1: 12:03pm On Jan 03
helinues:
That you are once treated for malaria doesn't mean you can't get malaria again.

Everything depends on your immune system. There are some people that have contracted COVID yet it has no negative effect on them..

You are not smart.
Treatment is different from vaccination. Vaccination is a prophylactic measure and not a treatment to a disease.

If the vaccine can't prevent the disease, then it's useless because it's not doing its job.

Imagine after taking PrEP for HIV and you later discover that it's as ineffective as the Covid vaccine.

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Re: Excuse My Ignorance by HedwigesMaduro(m): 12:36pm On Jan 03
helinues:
That you are once treated for malaria doesn't mean you can't get malaria again.

Everything depends on your immune system. There are some people that have contracted COVID yet it has no negative effect on them..

Treated for a disease is not exactly the same as vaccinated against a disease. Before you are treated for a disease, your immune system would have been compromised by that disease. Your immune system gets sensitized to overcome that disease before it affects you.
Re: Excuse My Ignorance by HedwigesMaduro(m): 12:38pm On Jan 03
Starcrest1:


You are not smart.
Treatment is different from vaccination. Vaccination is a prophylactic measure and not a treatment to a disease.

If the vaccine can't prevent the disease, then it's useless because it's not doing its job.

Imagine after taking PrEP for HIV and you later discover that it's as ineffective as the Covid vaccine.

Shhhh. Please don't interrupt the mental gymnastics they're performing to defend the indefensible.

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Re: Excuse My Ignorance by JaroMan: 12:54pm On Jan 03
There's nothing like COVID 19. It's the normal malaria we experience in this come.
After taking quinine, after 2 or 3 months after, one can still fall seek.
This virus that forces people to wear mask, avoid greetings even in places of worship, stops football matches etc is just an instrument to achieve something sinister.
Nigeria Victor Osimhien won't play for Nigeria because the club said he has COVID.
This same club tried to get court order to stop the player from playing in nations cup. But they have achieved their aim using COVID.
Countries are fighting proxy wars using COVID, govt is evading the citizens scrutiny using COVID, companies are illegally sacking workers using COVID.
This is a new world order. Nothing like COVID

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Re: Excuse My Ignorance by Nobody: 12:57pm On Jan 03
helinues:
That you are once treated for malaria doesn't mean you can't get malaria again.

Everything depends on your immune system. There are some people that have contracted COVID yet it has no negative effect on them..
There is a difference between been treated for malaria and been vacinnated.
Re: Excuse My Ignorance by Nobody: 12:58pm On Jan 03
JaroMan:
There's nothing like COVID 19. It's the normal malaria we experience in this come.
Gibberish
Re: Excuse My Ignorance by helinues: 1:02pm On Jan 03
DubaiLandLord:
There is a difference between been treated for malaria and been vacinnated.

Toh

Pardon my ignorance just like op..

grin
Re: Excuse My Ignorance by Nobody: 1:28pm On Jan 03
DubaiLandLord:
There is a difference between been treated for malaria and been vacinnated.

Imagine being vaccinated against HIV and you still contact it. What next then, my dear brother? Wetin man pikin go do?

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