Does the vaccine change my DNA or implant a chip?

No. They do not affect or interact with our DNA in any way, and no microchip is present. The genetic code of the coronavirus never enters the nucleus of the cell, which is where our DNA (genetic material) is kept. The cell breaks down and gets rid of the foreign virus’ code soon after it is finished using the instructions.

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1. How effective is the COVID-19 vaccine?
2. Is the vaccine safe?
3. What are the side effects from the vaccine?
4. What adverse reactions were reported for the vaccine?
5. Will the vaccine give me COVID?
6. How many doses do I need?
7. Who will get the vaccine first?
8. How were the phases decided? Can I get vaccinated sooner?
9. How do I know if a message or email offering vaccination options is legitimate?
10. When will I get vaccinated?
11. Who should get the vaccine?
12. If I had COVID, should I still get vaccinated?
13. Do I get to choose which vaccine I get?
14. Once I get the vaccine, can I stop wearing a mask?
15. How soon can we get back to pre-pandemic activities?
16. How does the vaccine work?
17. Does the vaccine change my DNA or implant a chip?
18. What is in the vaccine?