The other real side that everyone should worry about, whether you believe in COVID or vaccines or what=not, is that unvaccinated people get sick and need to be hospitalized at far greater rates than those who are vaccinated... leading hospitals to be short staffed and in many cases (in Canada at least), non-critical surgeries and procedures are postponed or cancelled, patients have to be airlifted to other hospitals due to capacity issues, and staffing burnout/overload Thats real real important to me. If i get sick this year, ie not COVID related, and I need to go to the hospital - I damn well want to be able to. Thats why I pay (Canadian) taxes. Most provinces have already experienced what I noted above, where they had to put their hospitals into extreme restriction mode just to keep up with the influx of COVID cases. Currently in New Brunswick the hospitals do not allow visitors of any type due to the high caseload. That would be very hard to bear if someone important to you was in critical care, but you were unable to visit or support... what if it was your child or spouse or sibling or parent? How would it feel to have to just leave them alone to die with no option to go see them? I work with a few people who have had that exact experience; deaths not in any way due to COVID but they were unable to visit with their loved ones in hospital due to COVID. Not good. This should be important to all of us regardless of believe in vaccine - if you need a doctor or hospital, you should be able to go see one. Period.