Have you ever stopped to really think about what the odds are of you actually contracting COVID?
Believe it or not, you have better odds of not getting it than you do of actually getting it.
Of course, that all depends on your overall health and how well you take care of yourself and what precautions you take.
Every year in the United States, 5-20% of the country gets the flu. So that’s anywhere between 16-66 million people in the United States. I haven’t had the flu since 2004 and that is honestly the only time that I can even remember having it.
Your chances of getting COVID are approximately the same.
On the other hand, your chances of suffering from an adverse reaction to the vaccination is great. It’s not rare, it’s very common actually.
A new study conducted by Canada’s University of Ottawa Heart Institute revealed that 1 in 1000 recipients of the vaccination suffer from heart inflammation also known as myopericarditis.
“There were 15,997 doses of Moderna vaccine, and 16,382 doses of Pfizer vaccine administered over the study period, for a total of 32,379 doses. Note that these numbers represent a mixture of first and second doses.
“32 patients were identified over the period of interest. Eighteen patients were diagnosed with myocarditis; 12 with myopericarditis; and 2 with pericarditis alone.
The median age was 33 years (18-65 years). The sex ratio was 2 females to 29 males.
In 5 cases, symptoms developed after only a single dose of mRNA vaccine. In 27 patients, symptoms developed after their second dose of. Median time between vaccine dose and symptoms was 1.5 days (1-26 days).”
If you run this strictly on a risk calculation, if you are under the age of 65, then you have a greater chance of developing a heart condition as a result of the vaccination than from dying from the virus itself. The younger you go, the even greater the chances are of developing the condition. Yet, the government continues to cram it down our throats and tell us it’s safe.