Why You Should Take the COVID-19 Vaccine




In March of 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic rocked the world. Quarantine, shutdowns, masks, empty stores and restaurants became the norm. Since its global spread, the conversation for a return to normalcy revolved around the development of a protective vaccination. Now that it is here, it is of highest importance that it is taken to make that return to normalcy a reality. If you’ve taken it already, read into our blog posts on booster shots linked here:


10 Reasons Why Covid-19 Vaccines are Safe and Effective


  1. Although the quick development of a vaccine may be a cause for concern, given the severe global impact of COVID-19, vaccine development efforts were accelerated to address the pandemic.

  2. The science behind the vaccine has been around for decades.

  3. ALL steps were taken to ensure the safety and effectiveness of vaccines:

  4. CDC approval is an intensive process, which requires vaccines to be of highest quality.

  5. Extensive testing and experiments were conducted to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine.

  6. Although COVID-19 vaccines should not be seen as an automatic shield of immunity, they keep you from getting seriously ill and spreading if you were to get COVID-19.

  7. Unvaccinated people who already had COVID-19 are more than 2 times as likely than fully vaccinated people to get COVID-19 again.

  8. The vaccine significantly lowers the risk of hospitalization.

  9. It is IMPOSSIBLE for a COVID-19 vaccine to make you sick with COVID-19.

  10. None of the vaccines contain a live version of the virus

  11. You can get back to working and interacting with your friends and family without the risk of putting them in danger.

  12. Vaccines have been proven to be effective against newer versions of COVID-19 such as the Delta variant.

  13. NO, COVID-19 vaccines DO NOT:

  14. contain microchips

  15. cause you to become magnetic

  16. alter your DNA


If you haven’t taken the vaccine yet, sign up here, take the shot, and do your role in bringing the community back to normal.


Learn more about the vaccine at the CDC's official website.



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