I'm not proposing to care about only the vaccinated. One of my best friends since we were 6 years old still chooses not to be vaccinated(and I don't love the guy any less for it), though he's getting ready to "take the plunge" after he researched it, and learned on his own about it, and Covid as a whole.The cancer thing speaks to the point of caring for everyone. Why propose caring for vaccinated only if we care about all of society.
ps: I love these discussions. So many diverse opinions even though I’m always in the minority.
My points are further down in that paragraph. I don't want to type them all again. Haha. My points weren't that I don't care about those who are unvaccinated, and if you misunderstood that, then I should have explained what I was saying better. My points are, the hospital trip would be unnecessary, and it would be "no big deal"(if they even had a breakthrough infection), if they actually had gotten the vaccine. Many don't trust our medical professionals to build a vaccine for this, yet they trust those same people with their lives, to treat the illness, if they contract it? Many of the same people working to build the vaccines are doctors and scientists in our hospitals, just like the ones in the hospitals treating these people for Covid. Seems silly to me, no?