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"My vaccine side effects seem heavier than most describe" says Bonnie Mbuli

Bonnie Mbuli has taken to Twitter to reveal some rather intriguing information regarding her experience with vaccine. In her long tweet, Bonnie Mbuli has documented how she has been feeling since she got the vaccine. It must be remembered that South Africa is currently busy with vaccine roll out. And many South African people have so far managed to get vaccinated. And many things can said and written about vaccines, however what is generally known by most people is that Vaccines train our immune systems to create proteins that fight disease, known as ‘antibodies’, just as would happen when we are exposed to a disease. Vaccinated people are protected from getting the disease in question and passing on the pathogen, breaking any chains of transmission.

It has been said repeatedly that even people who are vaccinated still stand a good chance of contracting the corona virus, however, people who are vaccinated stand a good chance of overcoming the virus. There are number of people who are still reluctant to get vaccinated, because of various reasons which cannot be enumerated here. But, what can be said is that there's some plenty of information which can be readily found at the internet which shows why it is important for to get vaccinated.

At this point in time, the focus is mainly on what Bonnie Mbuli has posted on her official Twitter account.

In her own words, Bonnie Mbuli said the following "Shuuu! My vaccine side effects seem heavier than most describe,can’t even get out of bed, didn’t even feel this bad when i had Covid. Did anyone else have hectic side effects?

Here is the screenshot of the tweet:

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