OK, but if you look at the whole timeline for COVID, the death rate was still never as high as for cardiac disease and cancer and because isolation\/sanitization\/masks etc became more common, it would be very difficult for most people to determine the correlation. Math geeks could do it, though.\n\nI'm not arguing that vaccination would save their lives but I have a problem with you thinking that the medical profession would turn people down.\n\nI don't know of many religions that don't allow this, outside of Jehovah's Witnesses and possibly some extreme orthodox branches of Judaism and\/or Islam. However, if someone is an adult and they make a decision that turns out to be their ending, it's part of human nature- someone tells people what to do and their response is "No, I won't".\n\nMy point is things you have some control over (Covid), and things you don't have control over (cancer, car accidents etc). Trump would've been a bad choice because he never articulated an exit strategy. Thank state rights for letting them decide. Trump and his supporters position of heyletsjusthitherdimmunitysowecangettheeconomyrollingandTrumpreelectedandjustburythedeathcountifitgetsouttacontrol would've risked hospital overflow. That would've been the danger with an ultra narcissist leading. Add to that Faux's negligence in coverage. I assume things were staggered to prevent overflow. Even in hindsight there's a great deal of uncertainty and no magic pill answer. Its like a squiggly line of more or less movement. It's all fine though if you're not on the front lines or face no legal ramifications for your actions.