Set Your Concerns Aside And Get Vaccinated. Do It For Others If Not For Yourself | Rachel Maddow

Set Your Concerns Aside And Get Vaccinated. Do It For Others If Not For Yourself | Rachel Maddow 1

 

Rachel Maddow describes the concerns she had about her own health before getting the Covid-19 vaccine and encourages people who are reluctant to get vaccinated to consider how they'll feel if they spread the virus to someone else, God forbid someone they love. Aired on 04/09/2021.
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Set Your Concerns Aside And Get Vaccinated. Do It For Others If Not For Yourself | Rachel Maddow

32 Comments on "Set Your Concerns Aside And Get Vaccinated. Do It For Others If Not For Yourself | Rachel Maddow"

  1. Got my last shot this morning. 😊

  2. Sally Castillo | April 9, 2021 at 10:35 PM | Reply

    You go girl!

  3. Yes I will take the poison for people who could give a dam about me or my kids. Let’s go 😂

  4. Sounds like your experience was handled very well by all involved. Good on you Rachel : )

  5. Cut from the same cloth! HUGE fainter after shots and “yes” to previous allergic reaction to an injection. In MN they handled me just the same as yours! Great to know the protocol is consistent!!

  6. Sally Castillo | April 9, 2021 at 10:41 PM | Reply

    What ever it takes to help others!

  7. Bree Cochran | April 9, 2021 at 10:42 PM | Reply

    This was me. Thanks for calling me out on it and for the compassionate manner that you did. I scheduled my appt while listening, April 24th. Here we go!

    • I recommend Pfizer: “Pfizer has been a habitual offender, persistently engaging in illegal and corrupt marketing practices, bribing physicians and suppressing adverse trial results.”

    • BidenHarris: Mad Magazine's Person Of The Year | April 9, 2021 at 11:02 PM | Reply

      @robotron17 You realize the OP is a DNCbot, right? No one in their right mind would type “Bree’s” drivel and mean it

    • Baaaaaaaa.

    • @BidenHarris: Mad Magazine’s Person Of The Year I would like to believe that. But the lefties I’ve interacted with in real life are beyond belief. That being said, the lack of response indicates bot.

  8. Anne Collins | April 9, 2021 at 10:46 PM | Reply

    I agree with you Rachel my arm did get sore plus felt little tired but getting the vaccine was worth it.

  9. Very compelling. Thank you!

  10. Dan Ozmatlan | April 9, 2021 at 10:47 PM | Reply

    Exactly right 🙏 Rachel! It’s about others

  11. I’m scheduled for my 2nd shot next week. I look forward to feeling some level of freedom. I understand this virus is with us to stay, but I will do my part because I have others to think about besides my fear or discomfort.

  12. Mary Rose Kent | April 9, 2021 at 10:48 PM | Reply

    I had the two-shot Pfizer and I was fine. I moved my arm the entire 20 minutes after the second shot, and it never got too stiff and sore.

  13. I was terrified in the same way and got the shot… I am alive, well, and happy that those around me are as well. Thank you for this

  14. kilgirlie trout | April 9, 2021 at 10:50 PM | Reply

    I’m getting my second pfizer shot on Monday, I’m beyond excited

    • BidenHarris: Mad Magazine's Person Of The Year | April 9, 2021 at 10:56 PM | Reply

      BEYOND excited?? Oooh! Are your pants off??

    • @BidenHarris: Mad Magazine’s Person Of The Year Why does it upset you that people are getting vaccinated?

    • BidenHarris: Mad Magazine's Person Of The Year | April 9, 2021 at 11:04 PM | Reply

      @CShield Never knew bots needed to be vaccinated. Why do you care? Are you the hall monitor or something?

    • @BidenHarris: Mad Magazine’s Person Of The Year Have you tried therapy to determine why you make everything about you? You’re being antagonistic for no reason. It doesn’t make any sense.

    • BidenHarris: Mad Magazine's Person Of The Year | April 9, 2021 at 11:11 PM | Reply

      ​@CShield this lady is deeply in love with me. Thats why she’s stalking me, I guess

  15. I love that photo. You’re allowed to have a moment especially when it’s one that so important and you’re so grateful for a vaccine, and for it to be available to you. You’re so beautiful inside and out. Go Rachel!

  16. Ronald Harrison | April 9, 2021 at 11:02 PM | Reply

    I got the J & J shot. Had some tiredness and chills. It was just one night of feeling a little sick, but I soon felt better by the next day.

  17. Michell Pierce | April 9, 2021 at 11:04 PM | Reply

    I wanted the JJ but we didn’t have it here in NE Ohio 😞 I did get my first of Madera get the 2nd in a few weeks 😊

  18. Personally, I think that the word “woozily” isn’t used enough. Thank you. Btw: Good job with the allergy research.

  19. I’m scheduled for my second dose on April 24th, I went in thinking I was getting Maderna Vaccine, however, they had the Pfizer dose, after the dose I was waiting for something weird to happen, well, just because. I feel halfway safe, soon I will feel 100%.
    We need Community Immunity. Be safe everyone.

  20. I got the J&J one-shot tonight too!!!

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