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SHOTS: Not for everyone

| October 8, 2021 1:00 AM

Let’s not forget that those who came down with COVID and recovered have acquired natural immunity.

The experimental COVID shot (not a vaccine) was rushed to market under the Emergency Use Authorization, was not adequately tested, the package insert is blank, and would provide artificial immunity. I would rather have the disease than the experimental shot.

Workers are leaving their jobs if they are forced to take this shot. This kind of coercion is unconstitutional. They have made an informed decision. They know that the drug companies have zero liability for injuries and that the adverse reactions are way more than they are allowing the public to see. Where there is risk, there must be choice. The drug companies admit that all vaccines are “unavoidably unsafe.”

An Arkansas bill is being proposed that would allow people to opt out of the shot if they can prove they have the natural antibodies against the COVID virus. Good idea. Not everyone needs these COVID shots.

A state in India with 240 million people had great success treating COVID with ivermectin.

TANYA OSTERSON

Coeur d’Alene