Observations from a nurse
Just take the shot
The logic surrounding COVID-19 was circular. Every dictated premise, required blind faith and the goal was always the same; to take the shot. The assumptions were two-fold. One, a life-threatening, virus had emerged. And second, the experts had the cure. Additionally, we were told the following: the only way to save yourself is to take the shot, all other medications or attempts at boosting immunity are ineffective, take the shot for the good of the whole (save grandma), if the shot makes you sick it’s working, the shot will prevent serious illness, the shot is safe and effective, and trust the experts. You could not question the narrative and remain a good citizen. Consequently, those who refused the shot, were analogous with the disease. The mantra erupted, this is a pandemic of the unvaccinated.
No argument could be interjected in the logic. It didn’t matter if you had not seen a new illness with unique symptoms, or a pandemic. It didn’t matter if the science didn’t make sense. It didn’t matter if the measures were opposite to all your previous medical training. It didn’t matter if you had prior vaccine injuries. It didn’t matter that the vaccine did not stop transmission, and it didn’t matter if you had natural immunity. Essentially, we were told to accept every claim without evidence or reason. The orders had been given, just take the shot.