I'm glad we can agree on the fact that if you've had covid you don't need a vaccine. The thing is the vaccines are being pushed for those who have had covid. That's where the issue lies because they are blatantly misleading the general public into thinking that they need something that they really don't.The vaccine was politicized from the very beginning because Trump was involved, Biden and Harris and most of the left, especially in the news media, downplayed the vaccine and even induced fear over it. Now that Biden is president, "Oh, yeah, well, that was just political rhetoric. We didn't really mean that," just isn't working to convince people to take it. Another factor that vaccine is only approved for emergency use and not yet for general use. These abs many other factors have caused vaccine hesitance.
I take it you weren't a Boy Scout.
If you had covid you don't need the vaccine, because you're already immunized. The reason you don't hear very many stories about people getting covid and surviving and thus being immunized is it doesn't stoke enough fear into people to keep them glued to the news for their next fear fix.
No I was never a boy scout.. I had a job at 10 years old.
But at the end of the day nothing is going to change the fact that less than 1% of people who have covid actually die from it.