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Some people are skeptical of the coronavirus vaccine and those who are ready to take it have some hilarious jokes about it.

Is the coronavirus vaccine effective? The memes tackling naysayers

The coronavirus vaccines are currently being distributed out to the rest of the world in mass millions, and politicians & experts such as Dr. Anthony Fauci has even been quoted assuring American citizens that “By the time we get to the early fall (of 2021), we will have enough good herd immunity to be able to really get back to some strong semblance of normality”. 

The New York Post reported Friday that recent test trials prove the new Johnson & Johnson one-shot coronavirus vaccine is only sixty-six percent effective, which is a significant difference from the two-shot Moderna & Pfizer vaccine that boasts efficacy rates of around ninety-five percent. 

Medical publication Stat News added some hopeful news though, stating the shot “was found to be 85 percent effective in preventing severe cases leading to hospitalization or death”. As new strains emerge around the world, the coronavirus vaccine continues to act as a beacon of hope for most people that things can finally return to normal soon. 

However, the safety of vaccinations still remains a highly controversial debate around the world, and despite scientific evidence leaning heavily towards vaccines being safe, stubborn anti-vaxxers still exist in masses. Of course, memes on both sides have been spreading around social media like wildfire. Check out all the best jokes tackling naysayers of the coronavirus vaccine here for a good laugh. 

Microchips?

We hate to break this to you, but if you’re anti-vax solely because you believe the coronavirus vaccine will somehow microchip you, the mobile device you’re probably reading this on is already doing the job. 

Five second rule

In response to anti-vaxxers on the internet, people started a trend that joked if you’ve already done something that’s considered gross, then “you don’t need to worry about what’s in the vaccine”, and we have to admit they’re quite hilarious. 

Public lunch in America

What American could ever forget about the horrors of public school lunch food? We have to admit though, the chicken sandwiches & grilled cheese were definitely guilty pleasures. 

Jack in the Box tacos

Let’s just say there’s a reason why those Jack in the Box tacos are so cheap . . . 

If only things could be that simple

When news broke that a coronavirus vaccine had been created, this was obviously great news for everyone – until they remembered that the anti-vax movement existed. 

Pfizer v-a-c-c-i-n-e

Mocking anti-vaxxers on social media, many posted hilarious videos joking about the effects of the coronavirus vaccine. If you’re a fan of comedian Nathan Fielder, you’ll definitely love this one.

Pfizer: the mother we’ve never had

This is how we’ll all feel if the coronavirus vaccine really does its job and sends the world back to normal. 

Horrors of the modern world

In all honesty though, do you really believe a microchip can fit inside that small syringe & tiny needle in a coronavirus vaccine? 

Oh, Ganga Gary

If you want to check out just what the anti-vaxxers are saying, we’re sure your timeline on that old Facebook account you haven’t logged into for years will give you all the info you need. 

Zoom

We wouldn’t be surprised if the Zoom headquarters are part of the anti-vax movement as well.

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