Thank you FFA: This is the kind of information that may be helpful to all of us in 'conquering' this nasty bug.by Freedomforall » Fri Jan 21, 2022 8:47 pm
So I have discovered a bit of interesting information
https://kdvr.com/news/coronavirus/covid ... og-causes/
by Sinned » Fri Jan 21, 2022 5:04 pm
Hey, taking the vaccine is a personal choice
For those who feel getting the vaccine is a "personal choice" (& thus apparently whatever the choice one makes is OK) how does that differ from "Drinking and Driving"? That too is certainly a personal choice; but an illegal one in most places, as it does impacts others, not just 'you'. Statistically more people die from Covid transmission than from drunk drivers, which would support the proposition vaccines should be mandatory -- unless you are a hermit and never associate with others in person.by Ray » Thu Jan 20, 2022 12:31 am
Not getting vaccinated has consequences. When millions die and the impact on those who have serious ailments is huge (no operations / treatment at hospital... because the unvaccinated... have clogged up the system), then the vaccine should be mandatory. It’s not about the individual - it’s about the wider good of society.
I don't wish anyone ill, nor the ill relief from their ailments; but there are deadly consequences to proclaiming personal freedom over societal integrity and like driving drunk, there are natural consequences and there should be legal consequences.