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I need get vac to proceed my career, what can i do to avoid "side effects"?

techmo

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i need to move to another country to get a decent job but i don't get any vac
as Peat said, given the number of harmful effects it has been causing, they should have already been removed from circulation or at least not required a health passport.
i'm very afraid about the effects, my family is putting a lot of pressure, can i try to get a good lote, or.. after vacced i can take ivemectin to block a spike protein?
I'm also afraid about invemectin, I heard that it can cause lung damage, I don't know if this is just a rumor
my family apparently didn't suffer from any side effects, but my dad had blood pressure problems after vac, he was PERFECTLY healthy before vac
my uncle had palpitations and chest pain, it also seems to be common for people in my region to have fever and symptoms of covid after vac
if I consult a specialist he will obviously pressure me to take the vac, they all support the farm industry

I'm perfectly fine now, my region is cold and I don't have any health problems, I'm 25 years old and I don't think I need an immunization
in the first wave of covid I only had a runny nose, even without a diagnosis
so how can I take the vac and reduce the probable damages?
 

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Where are you wanting to move to? Most countries you can now get into without being vaccinated. Be it with a negative test or a certificate of proof of immunity/recovery.
 

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i need to move to another country to get a decent job but i don't get any vac
as Peat said, given the number of harmful effects it has been causing, they should have already been removed from circulation or at least not required a health passport.
i'm very afraid about the effects, my family is putting a lot of pressure, can i try to get a good lote, or.. after vacced i can take ivemectin to block a spike protein?
I'm also afraid about invemectin, I heard that it can cause lung damage, I don't know if this is just a rumor
my family apparently didn't suffer from any side effects, but my dad had blood pressure problems after vac, he was PERFECTLY healthy before vac
my uncle had palpitations and chest pain, it also seems to be common for people in my region to have fever and symptoms of covid after vac
if I consult a specialist he will obviously pressure me to take the vac, they all support the farm industry

I'm perfectly fine now, my region is cold and I don't have any health problems, I'm 25 years old and I don't think I need an immunization
in the first wave of covid I only had a runny nose, even without a diagnosis
so how can I take the vac and reduce the probable damages?
Don’t take it. Most places of employment no longer require them and most countries do not require them for entry into that country.
 

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Where are you wanting to move to? Most countries you can now get into without being vaccinated. Be it with a negative test or a certificate of proof of immunity/recovery.
Portugal, I was told that it is mandatory to have the vac certificate and negative test for covid

nurses here are very manipulated they usually get corrupted by any ***t but for jab.. nah
but it's the best alternative, maybe on darkweb I can find it because nurses in my region are idiots
Don’t take it. Most places of employment no longer require them and most countries do not require them for entry into that country.
I heard that bosses insist on the vac certificate,
Please don’t risk it. I’m not vaxxed but I’ve been having blood pressure issues myself for the last 2+ months after being in close contact with my husband after his 2 jabs. It’s not worth the risk.
sht, idk there were risks in being around vac people
You might not have a job to go to if the jab kills you
but no work = no life
 

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Only the Azores in Portugal are requiring a vax certificate as of July 1st.

NEVER take anyone's word that you have to get the vax, do the research yourself.

Also, if you're going there for a specific job simply ask them if it's required.
 

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Portugal, I was told that it is mandatory to have the vac certificate and negative test for covid

I heard that bosses insist on the vac certificate,

You heard or do you know? Also, does it have to be "that" job with a boss forcing you to take a experimental medical intervention and play russian roulette with your body?

but no work = no life

Technically what you need is money, not a job.
 

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A Medical Exemption. There are certain Conditions that trigger reactions to shots. (Esp if you had a prior reaction)
In the states, you would then "have to" be willing to get tested. Maybe.
 

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If memory serves Portugal was one of the first countries in the world to drop vaxx restrictions. Specifically and explicitly check if your new job requires the jab, getting into Portugal should pose no problem
 

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I’ve been around a lot of vaccinated people because of my old job and I only had a noticeable problem twice.

Once was a patient who came in immediately after her jab with a bloody nose. I had to spend an hour in the same room with her helping her with her cpap so there was no social distancing. I was 6 inches- 2 feet from her the whole time.

The other was after my husband’s vaccinations but I was with him in the room when he got the 1st one we continued living life as a normal married couple so my exposure was about as intense as it gets.

I don’t think just ordinary day to day exposure to vaxxed people seems to be an issue as far as I can tell. It seems more like being around the freshly vaccinated (1st couple of weeks) for extended time is what is potentially risky in my experience.

Of course there’s a lot we don’t know but I don’t want to spread unfounded fear either.
 

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Portugal, I was told that it is mandatory to have the vac certificate and negative test for covid


nurses here are very manipulated they usually get corrupted by any ***t but for jab.. nah
but it's the best alternative, maybe on darkweb I can find it because nurses in my region are idiots

I heard that bosses insist on the vac certificate,

sht, idk there were risks in being around vac people

but no work = no life
These always a downsize job
 
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I have thought of 3 ideas.
1) put strong magnet at injection spot immediately after process and go to nearest surgeon to extract whatever parts might be metallic
2) do intense breathing immediately after vax - maybe your immune killer cells can kill most of ***t in vax?
3) do ivermectin course maybe after vax?

I dont have any smarter ideas... But it is sad as we are forced to take ***t we know will poison us so we can "live".
 
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according to this: Covid Entry Rules Map: Travel Weekly

traveling from brazil w/ a brazilian passport, you do not need a vaccine to enter Portugal. not even a negative test. you can just go

additionally, according to this website: Portugal: Q&A - Employer COVID-19 Vaccination Policies (Updated) | World Law Group it's illegal for jobs in portugal to require a vaccine.

if you need to get the health pass, i've heard that its pretty easy to get a fake one in Europe. there is a huge brazilian community in portugal i'm sure they'll help you out.
 

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Do NOT get it. It isn’t worth the risk of death or years of struggle.
 
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A job isn't worth it. It will only be a temporary pass, anyhow. They will expect you to do more going forward. Might as well take a stand now.
 

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Do you want to have children in the future?

 

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