Here is the latest info from the coronavirus outbreak. Since we are in the midst of the pandemic, I thought I’d throw in some important information that you should be aware of before the quarantine period ends.
The CDC has issued a “Healthcare Contact Screening and Vaccination Schedule 2020” that outlines the times, places, and dates where you should be seeking immunization from the CDC. While you will no doubt have to wait until the end of the pandemic, please be aware that many people with underlying health conditions will not be able to get the vaccines you need. I do realize that I am in the minority, but I think it is important that you are aware of vaccines at any time.
I’ve been asked many times in the past about how much I’m aware of vaccines. I’ve never really been able to answer that question. I know that I have a good amount of knowledge of vaccines, but I’m often uncertain about which ones are recommended for specific diseases or which are necessary for certain individuals.
I have been asked how I know that vaccines are safe for me. And it has been asked in the past, but I tend to simply say, “I have my own health issues.” I would tend to use the wording, “I am not in a position to answer such questions.” Or maybe I should say that I am not a medical professional, because medical professionals know the answer. And we know that the answer is not always simple.
At the risk of sounding like an uber-expert, I think it is important to know that I have had a few health issues and have been healthy for years. I don’t think that is a bad thing. I think it is possible to be healthy without taking shots. I think the question is whether it is the most efficient way to get yourself healthy, or whether it is the most convenient, or whether it is the one that is most comfortable for your body and your mind.
The vaccine schedule used by the US government is one that is very common in the US. It’s all about keeping the risk of infection low, and to do that, it’s best to avoid a lot of the common cold diseases. To prevent the common cold, take a flu shot and a pneumonic flu shot. If you catch a cold, you should also get an annual flu shot.
When the CDC starts to announce the vaccine schedule, they start out with the most common diseases. In the last year, as if they were trying to be a bit more subtle, the CDC has dropped the most common diseases (which have been around for a long time) like H1N1, flu, and polio. This time around they’ve just started to reveal the most common diseases.
The list is a bit weird, like maybe they didnt have enough people to include it and its only starting now. Or maybe they just wanted to start with a big list of diseases and then slowly drop down to the ones that cause more deaths. Either way it all seems to be starting out with a lot of the common cold viruses. The worst one here is usually the influenza virus. It is one of the most common causes of death.
For those people who are getting the vaccine, the vaccine is supposed to last for about 15 to 20 days. If you have symptoms within this time, you have to wait a week or so for the vaccine to be given. There are lots of symptoms that can be present from the flu and polio viruses that can cause you to get sick, so you should be at high risk to get these diseases.
The vaccine is given one shot in the arm which causes it to be taken in a small amount of the arm. It is usually done once a week. It is supposed to be safe and effective.