> did you have a choice whether to take or reject it? in most of the west, you had to jump through hoops to be able to not get the jab and still enjoy lots of things.
No. I did not have the choice. Though the doctor lied to me about multiple things, due to my health being complicated from pre existing health issues.
> is the Indian vax on the lines of the AstraZeneca? Why would blood clots be the one to watch for ?
There is one which is in line of astra zeenca, that one causes clots, not as bad as J&J.
The other one is based on a classic inactive virus, that one has issues with how its synthesized, safer than others for sure, but the data released so far is inadequate for sure.
> What is more worrisome is the long term implications and ramifications of having gotten jabbed
- will it alter dna at some point?
Pfizer already has, its effects last well upto a year and minor effects last longer.
> Covid mRNA vaccines, 1 serious event per 800 vaccinees, Vaccine officially promoted
The actual data is much worst, but its kept behind access wall now.
> vaxxed are dead meat
Exaggeration for sure. BUT, they will have immune and other issues.