Since the arrival of the Covid pandemic, I’ve tried to stay outside the various arguments about vaccines. (Personally, I believe that the medical and scientific experts know a lot more about this than I do and, as a result, I’ve had three vaccines and also undergone the PCR test twice, each time coming up negative. No complaints.) My aim is to respect the views of others, even when they are anti-vaxers, saying that the experts are bogus and don’t know what they’re talking about. (Sorry, you lose me there.)
And yet, there does come a breaking point. For me, anyway. When I read that hospitals are getting overcrowded… and when I learn that medical professionals are incredibly over-worked… I have to offer this to the anti-vaccination group:
If you don't trust doctors and science to keep you from getting sick,
then why the hell are you clogging up hospitals trusting them to cure you?
Food for thought.
I rest my case.
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