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"'Do what thou wilt...' is to bid Stars to shine, Vines to bear grapes, Water to seek its level; man is the only being in Nature that has striven to set himself at odds with himself."
Ask a medical professional, not a bunch of geeks on the internet.
By the way, information you can gather from a bunch of geeks on the internet can sometimes be more valuable than a yes or no reply you can get from a medical doctor who last read a medical journal 30 years ago.
I'm having a slight problem with that statement.
First, how do you know if a doc doesn't know? I really wouldn't know that they don't know.
Secondly, If you allow me to use an analogy, there are plenty of quite brilliant older programmers that perhaps doesn't have a clue about Linq for example, but they're still quite able to solve the problem in front of them.
Hmm, that's perhaps not the best analogy, but I hope you get my drift.
I have been volunteering in the vaccination centre in my home town, and this is one of the top 3 questions.
Having had COVID counts as a vaccine shot. People who were exposed to the virus get only one shot instead of two in France.
In any case, do not be afraid of anything, a doctor or a nurse will ask you the correct questions before giving you the shot to avoid any risky situation.
I had the virus (a mild case) and 6 months later the shots. No real adverse reaction aside from some fatigue.
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The vaccine protect acquiring disease SARS on severe form and also cut the chain and reduce the infection. It is highly recommended put only one dosis of Pfizer vaccine because reduce complications in the future. Anyway the coronavirus cure with clorures. If you ingest regulary bottle water or tap water both contain Cl you dont might have problems of infection.