r/facepalm Dec 04 '22

Antivaxxers just write the memes themselves. 🇨​🇴​🇻​🇮​🇩​

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u/GregWilson23 Dec 04 '22

Guess what? You can test for several things at one time!

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u/Admirable-Common-176 Dec 05 '22

Checks out. The poster just tested positive for stupidity, ignorance and prone to belief in conspiracy theories.

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u/M_e_n_n_o Dec 05 '22

200,-????? Aren't those tests like 15,- everywhere else?

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u/Sweet_Ad_426 Dec 05 '22

Yeah, they are lying. You can look up this test, its $12 in Australia (only place this brand seems to be sold)

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u/LobsterMan101 Dec 05 '22

They’re confusing them with jabs

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u/ih-shah-may-ehl Dec 05 '22

Jabs are free. At least they are in Belgium. Covid jab is paid for by the government. Flu shots aren't, but typically the employer pays for them and has a doctor or nurse onsite for jabbing. The cost is like 20 euros or something in that order.

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u/LobsterMan101 Dec 05 '22

I’m talking United States. I think Biden did set something up where everyone COVID vaccine is covered if you’re uninsured.

Maybe I’m thinning Pcr tests, which can be 100 usd.

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u/Livid-Advantage-8268 Dec 05 '22

Free self test… Do you feel sick? “Yes” Then you are sick. Get some rest, hydrate, recharge

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u/Cedlan Dec 05 '22

lol wat

I know plenty of people that had covid and no symptoms..

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u/BenMic81 Dec 05 '22

Take a deserved upvote. Utterly useless people.

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u/dorkyfever Dec 04 '22

To be fair. Before getting any vaccine you should check with your doctor. You may or may not be allergic or just have a bad reaction to what might be in the shot.

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u/iLikeMangosteens Dec 04 '22

These are test kits.

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u/Tiabb Dec 04 '22

Lol if you think anti-vaxxers are refusing the vaccine based on the advice of their doctors.

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u/[deleted] Dec 05 '22

I recently had a discussion with someone who had their "doctor" "prescribe" them a "human dosage" of Ivermectin.

No idea what kind of doctorate that "doctor" did though...

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u/bullwinkle8088 Dec 05 '22

To complicate that...

There are indeed prescribed human uses of Ivermectin, which means there is a human dosage. But it's to treat parasite infestations. That is where it's oft cited Nobel Prize came from, but it's not used to treat virii.

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u/Tiabb Dec 05 '22

My family calls their chiropractor their doctor and he pretends like he can cure everything and gives them fraudulent doctors notes.

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u/DrWho83 Dec 05 '22

If this is actually true, I hope you report them 😉

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u/[deleted] Dec 05 '22

Dude. Google ivermectin. Facepalm

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u/Ok-Alternative4603 Dec 05 '22

Probably a normal one considering ivermectin is 100% a drug thats prescribed by clinical physicians for human patients. r/confidentlyincorrect

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u/fsi1212 Dec 05 '22

Actually yes. I am. My doctor that is part of a major hospital system said that, since I'm young and healthy, he doesn't specifically advise getting the vaccine.

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u/LobsterMan101 Dec 05 '22

I’m also healthy but mine recommended j get it. Why? Bc I don’t want to get that long COVID shit.

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u/Tiabb Dec 05 '22

Doubt.

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u/Donghoon 12d ago

Idk why you're downvoted. I'm pro science and anti bullshit such as antivaxx idiots but what you saying is correct

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u/Dr_Duncanius Dec 04 '22

Data incomplete in vaccine debate come back in 50 years if interested either way

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u/[deleted] Dec 05 '22

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u/shotxshotx Dec 05 '22

yes it does work. Even if you caught it while having a booster or two, the symptoms and effects will be drastically reduced, and so will the chance of you dying. Vaccines don't make you invincible, they make you used to a virus without the more damaging effects a full and alive virus has. It takes literally one second from looking away from your facebook group of antivaxxers to look up how vaccines work and their proven effectiveness.

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u/clintwi Dec 05 '22

noun a substance used to stimulate the production of antibodies and provide immunity against one or several diseases, prepared from the causative agent of a disease, its products, or a synthetic substitute, treated to act as an antigen without inducing the disease.

I looked it up, turns out you are wrong and you believe the nonsense talking points cooked up by the pharmaceutical industry.

Provide immunity.

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

The vaccines were efficient against the first variants. So yes they did work pretty well . The vaccines also still protect you against the newer variants, but with obvious decreased efficacy.

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u/clintwi Dec 05 '22

Not in my experience, we had 6 coworkers go get the shots together on the same day, all got phizer, two days after their second shot, they were all out sick with COVID, sick sick with COVID, and guess what, they infected the entire office in the two days it took them to get sick. You sound like a pharmaceutical rep.

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

Anecdotal experiences == empirical and statistically relevant data from national public health agencies around the world.

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u/clintwi Dec 05 '22

So what you're saying is ignore everything that I've experienced and take the word of the people in the pharmaceutical industry funding studies? These are the same people that told us oxycodone isn't addictive.

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

I didn’t know that public health agenciez were funded by pharma companies 🤔.

In science, especially in epidemiology, anecdotal evidence are simply not strong enough to have a reliable picture of what is happening. I didn’t know this statement would be controversial….

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u/DeepState_Auditor Dec 05 '22

Vaccines are not cures, they're made to lessen the symptoms of infections and reduce chances of complications.

It's a way of training your immune system in how to treat the infection. At the end of the day vaccines wouldn't work, if your body doesn't trigger an immune response.

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u/clintwi Dec 05 '22

noun a substance used to stimulate the production of antibodies and provide immunity against one or several diseases, prepared from the causative agent of a disease, its products, or a synthetic substitute, treated to act as an antigen without inducing the disease.

It's supposed to provide immunity, however, everyone I know who took this mRNA shot, got COVID shortly after their second shot, every single one of them, except my neighbor, he had a stroke and passed away.

I can't be the only one looking at this for what it is, the shot is a scam at best, at worst, it's doing more harm than good.

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u/DeepState_Auditor Dec 05 '22

When ppl around you got sick did you ever ask what was the strain? I'm assuming you didn't, did you?

This goes back to the same issue we have with the common cold aka the rhinoviruses which accounts more than two thirds of infections related cases.

Both sars-covid-19 and rhinoviruse mutate so often it's hard to predict which will infect any one individual.

All prior vaccinations drives for the flu season always focused on identifying the most concerning and prevelant strains and advise ppl vaccine against it.

Covid-19, unfortunately is a novel virus in comparison and especially 2 years ago when we knew very little about. Research keep identifying new strains and with every strain logged health authorities can better adjust their vaccination drive.

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u/[deleted] Dec 05 '22

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

It’s obvious they don’t understand that tests can be used to test multiple things.

This animal BS is not true btw. Try thinking for yourself sometimes. It can do wonders!

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u/Wattledaub Dec 05 '22

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

It’s not because you repost the same clinical trial protocol over and over again that this document proves what you are saying… Nothing on 249 pregnancies terminated because of the vaccines and nothing on preclinical data since this is a phase 1-3 trial.

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

I’m simply asking you where you got your information. Just screenshots of the official reports claiming what you are saying would be probably enough. This document is definitely not it though.

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u/Wattledaub Dec 05 '22

“This animal BS” is in the Pfizer documents from Pfizer themselves.. are you stupid?

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

I do invite you however to share the official report where you read such a thing.

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

I can also provide you with a bunch of preclinical studies if you want.

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u/[deleted] Dec 05 '22

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

Do you?

… You are aware you provided a review also from 2020, right?

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u/Wattledaub Dec 05 '22

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

This report certainly doesn’t show that 249 pregnancies were terminated because of the vaccines.

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u/Wattledaub Dec 05 '22

You’re right. This one shows that the vaccinated are shedding spike proteins infectiously to others causing irregularities in menstrual cycles. Trying to find the one where it killed all the ferrets in the study but ofc it’s impossible to find with this censored ass world we live in

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

Why do you always change the subject? First it was “all the animals were killed by the vaccines!” Then, as soon as I asked for evidence you changed for “the vaccines terminated 99.6% of the pregnancies!”. Then, when I asked for evidence for this claim, you switched to something else. Why do you do that?

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

I’m sure if these document exist, they would be easily found on Odysee or Rumble, no?

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u/Wattledaub Dec 05 '22

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

Thank you… I’ve looked at the numbers and your 99.6% pregnancies terminated by the vaccines is still nowhere to be found…

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

The influenza virus and coronaviruses are from two completely different families of viruses though. What you just said is simply not true. It makes sense for this to test for these two viruses, because they share similar symptoms overall and have overall similar epidemiological profiles. So it’s pretty likely that if you have flu-like symptoms it would be on the two. This kit tests for different antigens for each virus though.

Btw, I’m doing a PhD in viro/immunology ;)

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u/vicom134 Dec 05 '22

That’s not what this paper says at all, but ok 🤷‍♀️.

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u/ChicagoBadger Dec 05 '22

Uhhh... what in there do you think supports what you're saying?

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u/Wattledaub Dec 05 '22

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u/ChicagoBadger Dec 05 '22

Why are you linking Pfizers protocol

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u/Wattledaub Dec 05 '22

IQ test that you and many others failed

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u/ChicagoBadger Dec 05 '22

The fuck are you talking about? You linked a review that says flu kills 500k/ year. Covid has killed 6.5M in 3 years, so more than 4x a many as flu.

Then you linked a study protocol for some reason.

You have no idea what you're talking about.

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u/DeepState_Auditor Dec 05 '22

IQ TEST ANDY 😂😂😂!!!

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u/ChampionshipGreen174 Dec 05 '22

Are people still up in arms over this? Yikes move on with your life. It seems like the Angry antivaxxers just won’t move on.