Now that the vaccine is rolling out to health care workers and elderly adults, if you're thinking of winging it and going vaccine-free, hopeful that you won't get Covid, or that it won't affect you badly, you might want to rethink that position. Below is a post that I made to the American Glaucoma Society forum.
"Even educated people still incorrectly replay the dispelled autism concerns with vaccines in general (the doctor who did the study purposely falsified his data and was stripped of his medical license; all other studies have disproven this), as well as believing that post-injection myalgias or fever after inoculation are evidence that "it's a real virus."
I'm a believer in vaccines. My lifetime of vaccinations include: Measles, Mumps, Rubella, Diphtheria, Tetanus (with booster shots every 5 years), Polio, Whooping Cough, Influenza (annually), Smallpox, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis A, Shingles, Typhoid and Tetanus. Vaccines save lives and serious illness.
Because the vaccine uses new technology (mRNA) that induces your body to make temporary spike proteins (but not virus) that resemble those on the Coronavirus, and you will be required to sign a consent indicating that it is for emergency use, I advise you to discuss with your personal physician, because he or she knows you and your health history best.
But all the physicians I know are getting it for themselves, which speaks volumes.