Dupp wrote:It’s no big deal. Lots of people don’t want to take it.
Well the fact that lots of people don't want to take it is absolutely a big deal since that delays herd immunity and the longer we still might have to keep on doing these rolling lockdowns or "social distancing" measures. As someone who just wants to go back to 'normal' I really hope in most places we can get 70%+ people to take it so life can start going back to normal.
As for LeBron not taking it, it's even a bigger deal than the average Joe on the street not taking it since it could potentially mean him missing an entire playoff series. He's not someone who can just WFH if he gets covid exposure.
Missing a playoff series is absolutely not a bigger deal than potential long term respiratory issues from covid. It’s just basketball.
As for the vaccine, there’s already been issues with certain vaccines. Like blood clots for young people. Now the risk is low considering birth control tablets have a higher chance of the same issues. There’s been people that have been vaccinated that have then caught covid.
More issues might continue to arise and given the limited testing and quick production of the vaccine it’s perfectly normal for people to be hesitant. I knownThe good of the vaccine still far outweighs the bad. Just saying.
I get where you’re coming from though. Normal life is nice. The sooner the better.