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PFC David Foster
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My parents are both 90 years old and the only thing that happened to them is they didn't get Covid. They both want the booster.
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D.
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Good for them.
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SMSgt Lawrence McCarter
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MAJ Dale E. Wilson, Ph.D. - My 95 year old father got two covid shots, He is fine and will get the booster. My Wife and I have had both also.
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Lt Col Scott Shuttleworth
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I have heard of several stories but IMHO those numbers are very low compared to the number of vaccine's given. But I will say this, those numbers matter when it is a loved one of yours or a friend. I have a friend who got their vaccine and after the second shot had and still has 8 months later, neck and shoulder issues. I myself have had some issues but nothing drastic. Just like the flu vaccine every year there are those that have reactions ad die and we don't hear about them because it is so routine. I believe the vaccine works against in protecting you from the worst possible scenario and not dying and for me the risk was worth it.
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SSG Franklin Briant
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The thing to remember is that not everyone will react to the treatment the same and the reaction will vary in those who do have a reaction. my wife was sick for a couple of days while I only suffered a little pain at the injection site on both of the injection spots.
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