Today’s highly interesting read (05/06/21): Why I Haven’t Gotten The Shot (Yet?)

Kira Lundell, 16, who is on the autism spectrum, receives a coronavirus vaccine at Variety - the Children’s Charity of the Delaware Valley during a vaccine clinic on their campus in conjunction with Skippack Pharmacy in Worcester, Pennsylvania, April 29. REUTERS/Hannah Beier

Today’s read is from columnist Derek Hunter. Here’s a brief excerpt:

But it’s not just by lack of desire to hit the bars or the fear of some doorknob licking fetish returning that has me waiting to get the COVID 19 vaccine, it’s that it is so new.

Operation Warp Speed was a miracle, and one we desperately needed. It makes me proud to be an American that our country did it and it yielded multiple vaccines that work. And I have no doubt that they work. I just don’t know what else, if anything, they do.

Read the entire column here.

One thought on “Today’s highly interesting read (05/06/21): Why I Haven’t Gotten The Shot (Yet?)

  1. Pingback: GOP voters; liberal crybullies; school indoctrination; the shot; NPR | This Just In… From Franklin, WI

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