As low risk as the virus may (or may not be) do you agree that getting the vaccine is orders of magnitude even lower-risk than the virus itself, even for those that are young and have no pre-exisiting conditions?Saint3333 wrote: ↑Wed Jul 21, 2021 9:54 amI’m looking to find common ground. Sounds like we can agree at a certain age the risk of disease doesn’t warrant a vaccine. Where we differ is where is that cut off.
People under 25 without pre-existing conditions are very low risk. I think we can agree there as well.
Some believe in and consistently apply a risk based approach to the vaccine. I’ve applied that for my personal situation.
Personally I see no reason why anyone older than 12 would not be getting this shot, unless there is some sort of medical condition, and that those conditions are rather rare.
I would prefer to not get the J&J shot and glad that was not an option for me at the time. But that is as much a about a slightly lower efficacy as it is a very slight increase in problems from this specific shot.