I meant my mum. :)
Vaxtards got what they deserve, time to pop the champagne!
Induced cell mutations wtf......
This open letter came way too fucking late.
Its been almost two weeks since I got my booster vaccination and till today, this question lingers in my mind, with no definitive answer. It felt as if a brick had hit my head and the pain kept gnawing at me, never going away.
I would like to firstly thank each and every one of you who had reached out to me during this difficult period and had given me words of encouragement and support, prayed for me and my family. From the bottom of my heart, I really feel loved and thankful.
The main reason why I kept actively updating my IG stories @letsaskmama was because I am genuinely worried that I might eventually end up unable to recall what happened or is currently happening. Truth be told, I still have pockets of memories missing. In fact, regarding the video I created once I was pushed into the recovery ward, I had zero recollection of doing that till today. But I'm glad I did so because through that video I learned that I had 4 seizures.
Apparently I had conversations with Le Cha, sister in law and my parents that I couldn't for the love of god remember. I don't remember Le Cha coming to the hospital either, the food I had while waiting for the ward to be made ready, nothing, but thanks to me posting it on IG, at least I know what transpired then and there. I guess my instincts just kicked in to record whatever's happening for my own good.
For the record, I would like to emphasize that I am Pro-vaccination and like a good citizen, I went to get all my shots as mandated and followed through the processes with nary a complaint. I am writing everything down pertaining to what had actually happened ad interim cause it seems like I'm gradually losing it.
A lot more at https://www.letsaskmamas.com/post/booster-vaccination-did-it-cause-my-seizures
To jab no. infinity and beyond!
Booster Dose Required to Maintain Fully Vaccinated Status
Vaccination, especially boosters, retain substantial protection against severe disease for COVID-19 and against the Omicron variant. Nevertheless, the protection from the primary series vaccination wanes with time and is substantially reduced six months after the last dose in the primary vaccination series. International data has also shown that protection against Omicron variant from a primary vaccination series is weaker compared to that against the Delta variant, while boosters increase the protection against infection and severe illness from Omicron.
In view of these, the Expert Committee on COVID-19 Vaccination (EC19V) has recommended that persons aged 18 years and above who completed a primary vaccination series should receive a booster dose of an mRNA vaccine no later than 270 days after the last dose in the primary vaccination series. This will also apply to individuals who received recognised non-mRNA primary vaccination regimens offered under the National Vaccination Programme, such as three doses of the Sinovac-CoronaVac, or three doses of Sinopharm vaccines, as well as regimens of other WHO EUL vaccines. For this group, most will not be due for booster for some time. We expect the Novavax vaccine, which is a non-mRNA vaccine, to be available to them as an option by then.
Kaoz MOH has been pestering me of late to get my booster shot, just leeceived 2 SMSes not too long ago, now kenna a third reminder!
Cost of approved vaccines; nothing is "free" becauee taxpayers will eventually have to foot the bill.
GMS whacks the PAP government 9696:
A hairstylist who worked at Jean Yip Salon died days after taking his booster shot:
@City Hunter WTF this is extremely inappropriate!!!!!! 😡😡😡
@Ah Sam Boi Boi May Mr Kent Lim RIP.
I wonder why he didn't opt for a non-mRNA vaccine, such that by either Sinopharm or Sinovac
Sinovac just got included in the national COVID-19 vaccination program, but.....
All individuals who have taken two doses of the Sinovac vaccine will be regarded as fully vaccinated for four months after the second dose, or Dec 31 this year, whichever is later.