Much is made of the Covid-19 vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna, and Astra Zeneca.
They give us some hope, but we have to remember that they are not a vaccine in the true sense.
I have been vaccinated against Smallpox, Yellow Fever, and Tuberculosis. That means I will not contract those diseases in my lifetime.
However, the vaccines offered against Covid-19 only claim to ‘reduce symptoms that could make you require hospitalisation’.
They are NOT a cure.
That doesn’t mean we should not have them. I have had mine. But it does mean that we will almost certainly have to have an annual booster jab, and that we might still get some symptoms of C-19. But hopefully, we will not require a stay in ICU. More importantly, we can still spread the virus if we unknowingly have it.
Just so you know.
This explains it better.