There is a lot of information out there and it can get confusing. I know a lot of people don’t like vaccines in general, and I would never want to push anyone into doing anything that made them feel uncomfortable.
I got it, my choice, and yes I was hesitant at first – I felt it was rushed. Then I learned that this virus had been on scientists minds and lab tables for decades. Around the world thousands of scientists were studying its make-up.
When Covid-19 began to spread, scientists from all over the world quickly collaborated by sharing their data. It was years of research, not just a few days worth. This was not a mad-scientists-around-the-world-evil-comic-book-style-master-plan to infect the world. It was a way to find the cure for a virus that caused a pandemic.
When the vaccines were ready to be shipped out a special barcode tracking label was put on every box. Why? The vaccines needed to be stored at a specific temperature. Similar to, but more sophisticated than, the packages you are able to track as the products you ordered online are on route to your home.
The boxed up vaccines were shipped in freezer-style containers and went by land, by sea, and by air. And sometimes they took all three of these routes in order to reach their destination. The delivery driver could easily scan the box barcode and know the temperature of the package to assure it’s safety.
So, if my suspicions about the vaccine being rushed, was wrong. And others’ suspicions of a tracking device were misunderstood. Maybe there are other suspicious ideas floating around in cyberspace.