There are two things worrying me about COVID-19 - potentially catching it myself and being unable to perform my work at the current level and thus unable to take care of my family. The second worry I have is to potentially pass it on to someone, like for example, my in-laws (my father lives in Germany, so I can't visit him) and being responsible for harming them.
I've had covid so I will not be getting the vaccine
Hope you recovered well from it, it appears many have longer-lasting effects.
Early on I remember hearing about some people that contracted it more than once, let's hope that's not the case.
Not the current one - too volatile and untested.
I agree with that notion. Also, I'm wondering if it would protect you from the new emerging strains.
Definitely a hard no for me!
I will take my “chances”. The survival rate in my age range is 99.98%.
I will trust the known (the virus) rather than the unknown (the vaccine).
Not sure if we really know the virus. In theory, the vaccination is of course also not just about yourself, but also about protecting you from passing it onto others, especially while not showing any symptoms.