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Trans Fear 29 4, 9:12pm

@RusA #9856896
I don't believe he's in meditation zone , maybe an Aliens kidnapping him

That would explain a lot! :yes:

"So long as they're not Muslims, they're OK."

BTW...if u feel the side effect of the vaccine, please let me know, the last time i did the vaccine for servix cancer then i got fever and my arm hurt for couple days, it's worst that do the blood donor with big needles. Hope i don't need Trump the Buddhist for my protection when i do the Covid-19, even he already survive from it

Yes, there are side effects that can happen with any vaccine: soreness or swelling where the needle went in, or headache and low-grade fever. This is the body's immune system adapting to the vaccine and producing the antibodies, which is what you want to happen. These symptoms might go on for a day or two until the body finds a "new normal", and some people have milder reactions than others. It's unpleasant, but not usually dangerous. More concerning is that some people might have an allergic reaction to the vaccine - at CVS Pharmacy, where I got my shot, one of the questions they ask is if you've ever gotten an allergic reaction to any vaccine before. Other serious side effects are rare, but they do happen, but every medication has side effects, you just need to decide if the benefits outweigh the risks.

I didn't feel any side effects at all, except for about nine hours later I felt some soreness at the injection site - nothing serious, and no swelling or anything else. It was all gone by the time I woke up, and this morning I feel just fine. They do recommend being well-hydrated when you get the shot ("Drink at least sixteen ounces of water an hour before your appointment to lessen the possibility of side effects"), so all the water I drank - more than sixteen ounces - might have helped, too. :yes: