- Feb 1, 2008
can't argue against that for the most part, except the one is intended to reduce the risk of the otherIt’s not mutually exclusive.
Your odds of dying from the vaccine could be 100% and your odds of dying from the virus also 100%.
The vaccine is just a better calculated risk, the only constant is death.
if it carries anywhere near the same risk level I just don't see the point, I do however wholeheartedly support any adult's individual decision to take / not take it ... for children it is just plain unnecessary and on balance results in a higher risk from what I can see