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What side of history do you want to be on? I choose to trust medical science. No side affect—long term or short—is worth allowing this virus to not only survive, but mutate and thrive. If you claim to love your country and family, you’ll get vaccinated - Stephani

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The Key Distinction That Helps Clarify the Path Forward on the Pandemic

What individuals can do to fight the pandemic is simple: Get vaccinated. This remains the most effective way to protect oneself and others. Early on in the pandemic, public-health experts asked everybody—everybody—to do their part and stay home to prevent COVID spread. But now that we have vaccines, that is no longer necessary—if you’re vaccinated (and boosted). Yes, Omicron increased the risk of breakthroughs, but boosted people are still significantly less likely to get infected, thus lowering the risk of them infecting others.

The shots also dramatically lower the likelihood of developing long COVID, as well as increase the likelihood, for those who do, that their symptoms ultimately…

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 The Key Distinction That Helps Clarify the Path Forward on the Pandemic

What individuals can do to fight the pandemic is simple: Get vaccinated. This remains the most effective way to protect oneself and others. Early on in the pandemic, public-health experts asked everybody—everybody—to do their part and stay home to prevent COVID spread. But now that we have vaccines, that is no longer necessary—if you’re vaccinated (and boosted).

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Getting a COVID-19 vaccination is a safer and more dependable way to build immunity to COVID-19 than getting sick with COVID-19.

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