Last week, we talked about the Corona Virus and today, we are going to talk about COVID-19 Vaccines, how it works, what it is that it does and how it will protect you from the virus.
As you all know, I already mentioned from the last episode that I already got the vaccine. And I want to share to you today my own experience about it and why I recommend that you get it too.
What you will learn from this episode:
- How Vaccine is created
- How it communicates to our immune system
- Vaccines are created no to prevent us from getting the virus, but to help our immune system combat the virus
- Why some people are having anaphylaxis or severe allergic reaction it
- What you should do before and after you get the vaccine
What I talked about:
- 2:00 Different functions of the cells in your immune system
- 16:30 The creation of the vaccine
- 18:12 How MRNA Vaccine works
- 22:47 Why do we need second dose of vaccine
- 31:17 Does COVID-19 vaccine prevents us from getting the virus
- 38:12 Vaccine side effects
- 44:08 Physician, Pharmacists, and Scientists advise to people that have a weak immune system
- 49:26 Anaphylactic reaction or severe allergic reaction to the virus
This is me having a shot of the COVID-19 Vaccine:
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