Do you ever ask yourself how long are you going to live? Do you have any idea how the elderly handles the virus crisis? Well, this man is a 103-year-old who got vaccinated and he has positive thoughts to share with the world.
For more than a year, world's facing a pandemic that affects our way of living and changes our way of thinking. As all viruses tend to mutate rapidly, new COVID-19 variants are neither something unexpected, nor unlikely to happen. While all global experts joined in multiple researches on a daily basis, there’s been still a numerous questions and concerns that are bothering us.
While 2020 was a year full of fear of the unknown, empty streets and full houses, 2021 has begun as a year of great expectations and hope vaccines will eventually stop COVID-19 from circulating and killing people all over the world. Since the vaccination campaign is in its most massive phase, the media is overflooded with smiling people, getting their vaccines and promoting ‘I’ve got my vaccine’. As this is a huge step we’ve been waiting for a long time, the overjoy reaction seems to be normal.
To get a vaccine or not to get? And if I do, which one is the best for me? - that's what's circulating in the global society for sometime now. And while the Shakespeare question still remains, the massive immunisation is still in progress.