Will you take the COVID-19 Vaccine?Watch
We're being told a vaccine is on the way, but don't know what's going into it and it breaks the status quo for the length of time and preparation that typically goes into a vaccine. I'm assuming the UK government is going to opt for herd immunity, so not all of us will have to have it.
My question is - surely it's better to let those who need it to take it and for individuals such as described above not to, letting their natural immune response take the 0.02% chance of failure. Until statistics of adverse reactions can be recorded in mass, I personally think I'd opt for that 0.02% chance.
I’m in favour of anything that allows me to get life back to normal. Plus once there’s a vaccine people will probably be allowed to attend sporting events etc without social distancing if they have had the vaccine
Overall though, once a vaccine has been developed properly, I would like to get it. I've got anxiety and this whole situation really hasn't been good for it, and as above, it keeps other people safe too.