Debunking Vaccine Myths

Debunking Vaccine Myths
We set the record straight and debunk some of the myths and misinformation around vaccines
In this webinar, we separate fact from fiction, share accurate information about the COVID-19 vaccine and dispel any myths and conspiracy theories that are circulating in the media.
Benjy Porter
Benjy Porter - CEO
23 June 2021 | 60 minute read
Questions addressed in this webinar
  • What happens when you take an immune suppressant? Will the vaccine work or are you more susceptible to COVID-19?
  • Is there a risk of young fertile women becoming infertile from the vaccination?
  • Why do some vaccines have to be administered twice while others only need to be taken once?
  • How can the long term side effects of the vaccine be monitored?
  • Can a person become infected with COVID-19 even after they are vaccinated?
  • Are there any risks with getting the vaccine if one has allergies?
  • What are the risks of getting the vaccine if you have any comorbidities?
  • Should I take Ivermectin to prevent or treat COVID-19?
  • If one is currently ill and being treated for another virus, must they wait to recover first before taking the COVID-19 vaccine?
  • Does it matter if you don't have your second Pfizer shot exactly 42 days after the first shot? Or is the timing crucial?
  • How long after becoming infected with COVID-19 should you wait before getting the vaccine?
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