- Oct 23, 2010
That’s not how the math works.
You are in the “100% possible to contract the virus” group because you don’t have antibodies and haven’t been vaccinated.
If you are the X% that get sick from that group of (currently) billions, then you (assuming you’re healthy) have a 99+% chance of beating it and developing your own antibodies.
You could be in the 5% group that could potentially contract the virus after vaccination (compare to 100% pre vac).
But then STILL, you have a 99+% chance of beating it.
Not saying that I trust all vaccines and especially not saying that I trust, completely, a vaccine that came to market so fast. But, that’s how the math works.
I’ve already had it, developed my own antibodies, and consider myself authentically vaccinated at this point. But the virus mutates to survive so the next round of vaccines that have been “updated”, I will likely get one.
No, I am in the 100% certain not to get the virus because I wear a mask when I enter a restaurant, which automatically puts a force field around me making me impenetrable to the virus, and I only take the mask off while seated to eat, like all the other people in the restaurant around me, lol. When I stand up to leave, I put on the mask, and force-field re-activated, lol.