Prior to the wide availability of vaccines, masking and social distancing made sense to me. But, as I have already talked about, now that the vaccines are widely available to all free of charge, and not being vaccinated is a choice, I oppose forced precautions except in certain venues like elder care homes, hospitals, and such.My argument is NOT about people who want to take precautions. My argument is with being FORCED to take precautions!
I googled the words "vaccinated versus unvaccinated death", and came up with plenty of answers to your question. Here is one of many ...Also, are there two different death rate for unvaccinated and vaccinated victims?? Please post them. I'm curious why being vaccinated, will make you less likely to be hospitalized or die from Covid-19? I thought that this was only dependent on the condition and strength of our immune system.
The COVID-19 vaccines continue to provide powerful protection, even against the delta variant, the CDC said. It also found that vaccinated people were 10 times less likely to be hospitalized.
I assume that the reason you are less likely to be hospitalized or die from Covid when you're vaccinated is because the vaccine gives your body the tools it needs to fight off the infection. I'm not saying that most people don't already have that ability, but some people don't. And it also appears that a lot of vaccinated people would have survived the infection even without the vaccination, but their symptoms would have been more serious.
I am not an immunologist or a scientist. I can't explain the scientific reasons why this is. But the bottom line conclusions I can reach are supported by the evidence. It's right there in front of us, and it doesn't take medical/scientific expertise to understand it.
- Vaccinated people have a far lower death rate.
- Vaccinated people have a far lower hospitalization rate.
- Vaccinated people tend to have milder symptoms.
Are there exceptions? Of course. But these are outcomes in the overwhelming number of cases.
I can understand not wanting to be forced to take the vaccine if you don't want it. But what I can't understand is the denial that these statistics are real and that they are pointing directly at a logical belief or conclusion.