I'd say that's more or less true. Science doesn't know all the answers. I like to say science gives you the likeliest answer given the available evidence at the time. For me, it's more about reproducible experiments and the odds of a particular outcome. Therefore, a test of 30,000 participants with a 90% efficacy tells me that given the evidence at that time, that particular vaccine is pretty darn effective. Just to add more fuel I suppose. I believe in 1902 Jacobson v. Massachusetts the supreme court upheld a law that established that individual liberty is not absolute and is subject to the power of the state when necessary. I believe this was regarding smallpox during a particularly bad outbreak. It really wouldn't bother me if people chose not to vaccinate, and either remained isolated or put on a mask if they get into a crowded area. The mask isn't perfect, but at least it would show some regard for others who believe that we need to look out for each other. To me, their lack of compassion is on display about as much as a hospital that tried to refuse service if you did something stupid. (I'm not saying a hospital did that, just saying, different sides to the compassion coin mentioned earlier.