I understand if you're afraid of shots, what I don't understand is why some people feel the need to pass that on.

There's already all kinds of anti-vax information out there. There are also a bunch of people saying they're not going to get vaccinated or are opting out for some reason.

Okay, you do you. I have almost no problem with anyone not getting vaccinated. My take on the thing since day one is, let's get the most vulnerable among us vaccinated and then let the chips fall where they may.

Now, let's talk about those chips falling. If someone doesn't want to get vaccinated, whatever happens to them and their people is something they have to live with. Hopefully, enough people will get vaccinated so that we can get this under control, but that's about where my concern stops.

What I'm getting to is, I'm sure as heck not going to twist anybody's arm to get a shot, so why do the anti-vax crowd work so hard to try to convince other people to not get vaccinated? I've never seen a person say, "thank goodness I didn't get vaccinated", so I don't think the anti-vax message is getting through to anyone anyway. Plus, if you don't want to get vaccinated, wouldn't it benefit you if all the people around you were?

Now, in the age of social media, we have memes and other assorted nonsense out there promoting the anti-vax stance (some of the platforms are even going to start pulling this misinformation). I hope when you see these things that you will research the information that is presented and make a good decision for yourself and the people around you.

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