Response to Vaccine mandates, what to do?
Last updated 10/1/2021 at 2:59pm
In your Sept. 23, 2021, issue, Lewis K. Shell posed this question in his essay, Vaccine mandates, what to do. He states, "Remember, If I get the vaccine, I can still get Covid-19 and still be contagious to the extent of a super spreader. So how does that help me or you?" Here is your answer: if you are vaccinated and contract Covid, you will recover and probably not even require hospitalization. (That's actual statistical data.) If you are not vaccinated and contract Covid, you will most likely join the majority of those who are dying of the virus. Of all those hospitalized currently with Covid, 99.5% are not vaccinated. Those are pretty staggering numbers, and which are actual, recorded results verified by treatment centers. Being vaccinated does not 100% guarantee that you will not contract or spread the virus: not being vaccinated against Covid-19 significantly increases your likelihood of hospitalization or DEATH. That's the answer to your question. Welcome to reality.