We’ve all seen the images of sick people in hospital beds.
We’ve seen the faces and we’ve seen those sick people’s faces.
These are the faces of those who have suffered serious and life-threatening illness and the faces we all know.
It’s time to wake up and understand that these images and the images we see are not all of the same people.
These images are often different from the faces seen by those suffering illness.
The people who have fallen ill have no way of knowing the identities of the people who are taking the shots and have no means of knowing who is getting them.
So, when the shots are being administered, we should all be aware of what is being administered and what is not.
This is why it’s critical to get informed about the risk of the vaccines being administered to you.
What is Covid19?
Covid 19 is a new type of coronavirus that was discovered in the UK this week.
It has been described as the most common strain in Europe and it has been responsible for a number of deaths and severe illness.
Here’s a brief overview of the symptoms of the virus.
Symptoms The virus can cause: Fever, chills, runny nose, run, cough, wheezing, headache, shortness of breath, tiredness and muscle aches.