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  • your friends, family, colleagues, classmates and anyone else you come into contact with.

  • Even strangers could be put in danger if you turn down the vaccine.

  • It's not just a decision that affects you.

  • It's okay to have questions about the covid vaccine that's normal.

  • It's good to talk about them, though, with your doctor or community leaders or even friends and family you trust who have received the vaccine.

  • Already, vaccines have been tested rigorously, and they've been found to be safe and to prevent people from developing symptoms and getting seriously ill with Covid 19.

  • But now we're starting to see research, which suggests the vaccine can prevent people from spreading the virus to You're vaccinated and your friends and colleagues are vaccinated.

  • That will substantially reduce the risk for everybody that makes sense.

  • If you're not coughing or sneezing, then it's harder to pass the virus on.

  • If we spread less covid, 19 fewer people get sick and the pandemic will be over sooner.

  • So the current thinking is if you choose to get the vaccine, you're choosing to look after yourself and everyone you come into contact with.

  • If you don't, then you and those people won't have that protection.

  • But scientists say they need to gather more data on this issue before we can be certain that vaccines reduce transmission.

  • But even if it turns out to be true, if too many people don't get their shot, then that makes it easier for the virus to find a way to spread, meaning more people will get ill and die.

  • And if it turns out the vaccine doesn't stop you from spreading the virus, then it's even more important that everyone gets their shots.

  • There is only one victor in a world.

  • We have a vaccine, F's and Vaccine F notes the virus itself mhm.

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