Virus to avoid vaccine?: “I can’t understand”, says a family doctor

A family doctor with long-term COVID-19 issued a message on Saturday to nurses seeking to avoid contracting the coronavirus to avoid receiving the vaccine.

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In an interview with TVA Nouvelles, Dr. Anne Behrur admitted to being completely overwhelmed by the idea that colleagues at the Health Network were considering such an option.

“I don’t understand how we have reached this level of disinformation; vaccination aside, but also on the risks of COVID”, he declared.

The coronavirus, and especially the delta variant, can affect anyone, regardless of age and health.

“It’s really Russian roulette,” said Dr. Behroor.

The latter knows very well: she has been living with COVID for a long time since December 2020. About 10 months later, the family doctor is still having great difficulty speaking.

“This is only one of the aspects of the long COVID,” she emphasized.

The latter said the virus presents a real risk to anyone who catches it. The after effects can be very significant and can be felt permanently even indefinitely.

Dr. Behroor’s age is 45 years, which is the average age of people suffering from COVID for a long time. She also indicated that before contracting the virus, she was in very good health.

“I was very active, always on one leg and the other. There, I sit still too much. I don’t want that on anyone,” she said.

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