Re: Why Vaccinated Often Recover More Slowly
You people who doubt that recovery of the vaccinated from other viruses generally takes longer than the unvaccinated, are so predictable in your responses.
Even though I doubt that any of you work in frontline health care (I could be wrong about that), you seem to know and understand better than those who do, what's actually going on. In fact, even with a scientific explanation from a peer reviewed journal as to why the vaccinated on average suffer longer and more often from other viruses, and an admission from Pfizer and Moderna that it would happen, you still talk like you are the experts who know better. One of you even thinks that medical science data that would dare to reveal such information must come from "anti-vaxxers". And that if one took longer to recover it MUST have been from a milder case (severe cases are the ones that take longer, not milder ones).
All one can say to that is that you come across as hopelessly uninformed and closed-minded. And by the way, the occasional exception to the pattern (which I knew one of you would cite) doesn't disprove the general trend. Practitioners see vaccinated individuals who recover from the flu in the normal time, but we see many more who don't, especially relative to the unvaccinated. You're free to disbelieve those facts though, as I notice most of you will.