Are You Part Of The 47% Saying "No" To The Vaccine?
By Dan Perkins
March 22, 2021
Invisibly.com performed a survey of 5,537 Americans between December 4th and 14, 2020. It revealed that 47% of people that responded said they were not going to get the COVID-19 vaccine. (1)
The Invisibly poll found that willingness to be vaccinated is tightly linked to trustworthiness. Of those who trust the vaccines to be safe and effective, 81% said they are willing to be vaccinated. Of those who considered the vaccine very untrustworthy, 80% said they were very unlikely to be vaccinated.
Notably, trust in the vaccine and willingness to be vaccinated correlated to race and age, with Caucasian people and those 55 and older saying they are most likely to take the vaccine. The survey found no other significant correlations among income, education, gender, or different demographics.
Those aged 55 and older are most willing to take the vaccine (67%), but 33% said they were unwilling to get the COVID-19 vaccine even among this group. The second most likely group to be vaccinated is aged 18-24 (58%), followed by those 45-54 (50%). Only 47% of respondents between ages 25 and 44 said they are likely to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. (1)
If you find yourself in the 47% group that is not interested in taking the vaccine, what can you do, if anything, to protect yourself? It is essential to understand that current vaccines used in the US do not contain any of the COVID-19 virus. The vaccine is designed to help your immune system attack the virus so your body can fight off the virus's attack, making the body immune to the virus.
The key to the effectiveness of the vaccine is having the strongest possible immune system. We have heard stories about people who have the virus when they get the shot but don't know it. In that scenario, there can be a chance that protection from the virus may be diminished.
We just completed one year dealing with this virus, and many people are frustrated trying to get an appointment for a vaccine shot. The president recently told us that all Americans will be eligible for the shot starting May 1, but being declared eligible and getting the shot is something different. Wearing a mask, washing your hands, and social distancing protects you from COVID 19 but doesn't do anything to strengthen your immune system. We know that millions of Americans, probably including you, don't know what else to do to try and protect themselves. You want something that you can do on your own that is all-natural and is proven to help build up your immune system. Healthgrades (2) has a list of other viruses including flu, viral hepatitis, viral pneumonia, and others that cannot be treated with the COVID-19 vaccine. You can take charge of your own healthcare related to many viruses. You can do what you can to empower yourself, especially if you continue to believe that you do not want the vaccine in your body.
I found something that fits my goal of empowering myself to take responsibility to get the best possible healthcare outcome. Doing my own research, I found CV Sciences, Acute, and Defense products that help strengthen your immune system. I do not receive any compensation for the sale of the products. CV Acute and CV Defense are all-natural supplements. They contain several natural elements that many of us have heard about. Dr. Fauci is taking some of the ingredients in CD Defense. The company created a landing page that gives you information on the products, customer and professional rating, and the ability to buy the products. It is empoweryourself.info. (3)
If you are concerned about the vaccine for whatever reason but want to do something about improving your immune health, you can take charge of your healthcare by going to empoweryourself.info (3) to get educated.
Dan Perkins is the author of 9 books, a nationally syndicated talk show host, an expert on energy, the founder of the Black and White radio and TV network promoting free speech, and the host of two shows on the network, Blacks and Whites and Dan After Dark. His newest outlet for commentary is https://yournews.com/33908. You can find more info about Dan and his works at danperkins.guru.
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