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  • They wont be getting any of mine. Against my relgion to donate blood. I 'd rather die than recieve a transfustion.
    • Army Veteran
      The idea is, everyone who took the shot(s) now has contaminated blood. Once screening laws become stricter, it will all be worthless. The only blood that could be used is from those who refused to be vaccinated. We, the unvaxxed, have become a valuable minority. I can't give blood for other medical reasons - I don't have a high enough oxygen level.
    • 11stevo73
      https://rumble.com/v1wac7i-world-premier-died-suddenly.html
    • Army Veteran
      As much as I despise the COVID vaccine, I can't say that sudden deaths like what was shown in the video are all that associated with it. Some, maybe. But dying of a heart attack in someone's 50s isn't all that uncommon. And my brother died a couple of months ago - he just dropped in his tracks without warning the same as the people in the video. And I know he never took the COVID shot.
  • There is a small number of people who refuse blood from donors that have had COVID vaccinations. That is their choice but due to the difficulty in resourcing such blood, raises the price. Those people (or their insurance) must be willing to pay the extra expense or take their chances by refusing transfusion. It's a personal choice.
    • Army Veteran
      It's a personal choice for now. But researchers don't know the extent of the vaccine's side effects. It appears that the initial vaccine wears off in a few months, but the booster shots stay in the body forever. That's the way I understood it, anyway. And that's why non-vaccinated blood is so valuable. People who haven't had the vaccine (and even many of those who had it) wouldn't want a transfusion with infected blood.
    • notyouraveragedummy
      Well, Army Veteran, it seems that this is an issue that we'll never agree on. Since I've seen a number of your entries that seem sound and sensible, I will respect your right to disagree. My best to you. PS. I had a transfusion following surgery in Sept. 2021. No problems yet.
  • According to The American Red Cross, "The Red Cross is following FDA blood donation eligibility guidance for those who receive a COVID-19 vaccination, and deferral times may vary depending on the type of vaccine an individual receives. If you’ve received a COVID-19 vaccine, you’ll need to provide the manufacturer name when you come to donate. ... In most cases, there is no deferral time for individuals who received a COVID-19 vaccine as long as they are symptom free and feeling well at the time of donation." There is NO contamination factor involved.
    • 11stevo73
      The last time you donated blood was?
    • Linda Joy
      That's not a factor. Her information is coming from the Red Cross.
  • The dangers of not having the vaccine far outweigh the dangers of having it. Get you head on straight.
  • Liberals AND conservatives and MANY in between were all in favor of the COVID vaccine. I saw them in the lines waiting for theirs. I never heard any "screaming" to force people. You should be more sensible about where you get your information.
    • Army Veteran
      "Liberals AND conservatives and MANY in between were all in favor of the COVID vaccine." - sure they were. I never said otherwise. I wouldn't say "in favor of it", exactly. "Scared into compliance" would be a better way to phrase it. You're talking about people who are easily manipulated by the fake media. "If you tell a lie long enough, it becomes the truth" - Josef Stalin. ¶ You never heard any "screaming"? Well, first of all, "screaming" was a figure of speech along the lines of "demanding" and other forced compliance language. And if you never heard Liberals doing it, you must have been sleeping.
    • 11stevo73
      It was mandated no choice if you want to work in lots of industrys ,my wife is fucked from it school teacher she was. Couch potato she is now.
  • There are still people getting Covid every day.
    • 11stevo73
      they are all vaccinated too.

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