It is a personal choice, but eventually we're going to be corralled like sheep into taking the vaccine, with a multitude of restrictions requiring a vaccine passport, you won't be able to do much, possibly not even work without that vaccine passport.Lovely Cat Lady wrote: ↑Tue Aug 03, 2021 10:04 pmYeah, reasonable concerns @Damaged_Armour. Definitely not an easy one... As a suggestion, I heard of a lot of people that walked in and just waited until they got the Pfizer after everyone with priority and what not had theirs on that day. Worth the shot (pun not intended). Nurses are more than happy to give it out to anyone that wants it.
I understand its frightening reading about deaths, blood cloths and the potential fertility issues... But there's a lot of mixed messages too out there in the media. It's obviously a very personal choice, so gotta go with what makes you more comfortable.
The Pfizer vaccine is scarce in Sydney, I know some one that booked for it last week and he'll be getting it in October. I tried to book, but no appointments available.