Poll: Are the new vaccine incentives compelling you to get vaccinated?

Are the new incentives from the State – such as free wine, free beer, free access to State parks – compelling you to get vaccinated?

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  1. I’m always looking for incentives to motivate me to do what I need to do. One Purim, years ago, I was too lazy to drink wine, until a friend of mine promised me a glass of free wine, if I drank some wine. His incentive worked like magic. I drank some wine, and was rewarded with a another glass of wine, and beer too, all for free! My friend also entered my name in an online drawing to win a free dinner at his residence. I didn’t win the free drawing, but my good-hearted friend invited me over for supper, anyway. Go figure.

  2. I honestly don’t think that the sarcasm is called for in this matter. The medical establishment is pleading for cooperation in vaccinating as a way to ensure public health. They are going so far as to offer incentives in hope that people who haven’t made the time to get vaccinated, or are a bit hesitant, will do so. Noone thinks that a person who has made a definite desicion not to vaccinate will change their mind due to an incentive- these programs are not aimed at this population. However, if YOU are part of the minority not intending to vaccinate- you have made a very serious desicion, and I hope it is the correct one. But please, please don’t make a joke out of vaccinations. It is far, far from a funny matter. Millions of Americans are genuinely afraid of the consenquences of people remaining unvaccinated (variants etc.) and your jokes are genuinely hurtful and painful to them as you belittle their desire to wake up in a safe world where people can live free of fear of a deadly virus. Please, be respectful of others, in the same way that you want others to be respectful of you. Praying for health and safety across the globe.

    • Millions of people are also genuinely afraid of the documented and serious consequences of the “vaccine”. Even the FDA doesn’t call it a “vaccine”. It’s an optional injection of a bio-engineered concoction approved for Emergency Use Only. Vaccines have a small amount of the virus in it to allow you to make antibodies to get rid of the virus. This bio-engineered cocktail does not have a single molecule of Covid-19, nor any other virus. It has a genetically engineered “spike-protein”. Keep praying is correct, even if you’ve been “vaccinated”.

      IMHO, the so called “vaccine” is another kind of illness. So far, some evidence shows that the spike-proteins they inject you with can be kept in check by Sumarin. Sumarin is derived from Pine Needles. Hashem has provided the cure way before the illness yet again! It’s likely not more than a few feet from your Lakewood home. Make some tea out of it. It’s delicious and very refreshing. Go Piners.

  3. Perhaps I’ll consider it if you can explain why my natural antibodies will not protect me against Covid as well as the vaccine. I have strong antibodies NINE months after infection, have been exposed multiple times again and have NOT gotten Covid. Please don’t give me the garbage that I’m not protected against Variants because I heard direct from my doctor that I’m about 93% protected from them with my antibodies since there is a lot of overlap between the variants. If you heard otherwise please explain not only the reasoning in detail and if you can’t, kindly explain why I should inject myself with chemicals with unknown effects to protect you. If you have a peanut allergy, I’ll gladly resist from eating peanuts near you because you’re not asking me to possibly hurt myself in the process but asking me to go as far as possibly hurting MY body to protect YOURS when I already have antibodies is downright selfish.

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