Made in SXM poll: When the vaccine against Covid-19 becomes available, do you plan to get vaccinated?


Chantale, nurse

“I am in full reflection. I want to wait for there to be feedback on the result. When the pharmaceutical companies certify that there is 90% success, at the moment, we are in the process of vaccinating several people who are particularly part of the groups at risk of which I think, I wait and I will see, the future only us will say so. So right now, it's neither yes nor no. "






 Lucas, globetrotter cook

" Not at all. Because under the current circumstances, no one is sure yet what the vaccine will give, in terms of side effects for example. Finding a vaccine in less than a year leaves me skeptical. It will be no for me, neither now nor ever. "








Tony, student

“Oh yeah, and I can't wait to do it. History has proven to us repeatedly that vaccination is the solution par excellence in the event of a global pandemic. Many question the expedited manufacturing process, but it should be borne in mind that it is above all the administrative procedures that take so much time. It is for me a civic duty to be vaccinated. "

Whatever you decide, continue to rhyme caution with vigilance by respecting barrier gestures, it is by taking care of yourself that you will protect others. And vice versa. Even in social distancing, there is strength in unity. _Vx

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  1. Vincent Saint-Ouen January 4, 2021 at 06:38 pm Reply

    Of course! In the past, vaccination has irradiated deadly diseases.
    It is wrong to say that the development of the vaccine has been too rapid to be effective.
    We have known about the coronavirus (from which covid19 is derived) for decades and therefore
    he is not a stranger. The researchers had a basis for work!

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