DEBJITD3 wrote: guys i am from india and i have not getting any samplicio.us survey from the last months or more long. . are you the same victim? is it a bug error or i am blocked from taking survey . dont understand.pleas help me guys.
josealvesjr wrote:Arvind9 wrote: Yes but everywhere vaccines that are being given are not going to prevent infection because they are just an emergency requirement not a solution;in some countries vaccines have been stopped because of complications,the vaccine being given everywhere in the world are from the same Pharmaceutical company they will only boost immunity and prevent from getting seriously sick;no one has as yet come out with a proper vaccine to address the problem because it will take a long time for that,and governments think by that time half the world will be dead
Well, they are not from the same pharmaceutical company but to develop vaccines or any kind of medication that takes years and that is not what the world has.
Not one produced/developed vaccine (Pfizer, Moderna, Astra Zeneca etc) at the moment is completely safe and tested and went succesfully through all the 3 phases of testing, peer reviews and their side effects are still not (completely) clear and known.
Medical Science during the phase and process of world wide vaccination is learning every day more about any shortcomings and side effects of these vaccines.
In normal circumstances these are part of the development process before approval by p.e U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and you will find on the medicine flask or box a prescribing information or patient information leaflet which informs about any side effects etc. Due to lack of time at the moment that is not the case. But again take the vaccine.
valerie wrote: Yes many HOA fees are well over $1,000 a month. Most of those are condo's along the
beach. I wouldn't want a condo on the beach anyway.
I lived in Florida so I am rather aware of what they offer in some areas. They have
senior living communities that are very nice. Many of those are small houses, duplex's,
mobile homes. These are a great option if you choose a community you like. The
thing about these is, the amenities for the most part are free. Generally there is a pool,
theater, recreation building, exercise/gym center, etc. Most of these communities you
must be at least 55 years of age or older. Most drive golf carts and are not far from
the beach. Most have transportation bus's that take people to their doctor appointments
and general health facilities nearby. I think they'd be a lot of fun. I know some of them
do charge optional fees and probably the fancier ones charge something monthly.
Moving is such a hassle but I am considering it.