Hey, I wrote this late at night so I'm not really too sure what the point was and this ended up being more of a barrage of information than a direct argument. I definitely wasn't saying that the vaccine causes Covid, so few times do vaccinated people still get Covid that it shouldn't be anything to stop you from getting the vaccine.
I'm not against vaccines, but I'm not a fan of unnecessary vaccines. Like a lot of beliefs, some stereotypes can sometimes cloud what most of those people are like. While some crazy nutjobs would rather die than enter a hospital, most of us just believe you shouldn't take one unless you have to, or really should. Why would I need a Tetanus shot if I'm not doing anything that would require me to have one? I think that if you're young and healthy, you don't need to get the covid vaccine. So few young people die from Covid that it's not really any more dangerous than the chances of getting in a car wreck and dying. Also, the vaccine has been out long enough that everyone who wanted to get it, has probably gotten it by now. I'm not getting the vaccine because I'm young, healthy, and have a good immune system. If you want to get the vaccine, I don't care, I'm not offended if you get it. I just ask not to force people to get and make it so that life is miserable and you can't travel anywhere if you don't get it.
I hope I didn't come off as some bitter lunatic on the internet, it was late and I wasn't thinking straight, which is why there was no point in my comment.