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logical and chronological
A year ago, a vaccine was only a hope.
Since then, we have witnessed that a vaccine is the biggest hope of lessening the effects, and the spread, of COVID-19 and its variants.
Right now it is the best chance we have of halting, or controlling, this disease.
Still, there are so many people who remain unvaccinated. It is their choice.
It is their sign of protest.
And yes, I am aware there are those who are not medically able to get the shot. This is another reason why we all need to get vaccinated: to protect your fellow human being.
The more people who are vaccinated, the fewer chances there are of a fifth or sixth wave of a global pandemic that has taken so many lives.
I’m not speaking as a medical professional or scientist. I’m not.
I am just a person
But, I’m a person who has had the required two shots, and I’m fully prepared for a third, or a booster, or an annual shot if that is required.
I understand that the biggest percentage of COVID-19 cases is now in the unvaccinated.
Why can’t you?
It’s time to give a fuck.