I'm retired so yeah, I would. If I was still working I would be a bit more eager to get the shot. Right now I'm more meh.....all I do is stay home and once a week go grocery shopping. I no go no place.
I tell my wife to get the shot as soon as she is eligible. She is still working so I want her to get it.
Just wanted to update my stance on the "meh" as far as taking the vaccine. Still meh.
Eventually I'll get a vaccination. Just not yet. It was offered to me months ago.
Several reasons why I turned down the offer.
1. Too new
2. Newer improved vaccines are still being rolled out
3. Not very active, socially.
4. Not planning to travel anywhere.
So basically, everyone has to weigh their particular risks and needs.
I do take an annual flu shot and I just got a shingles vaccine...ie. I'm not an anti-vaxxer
Your reasons are the same as mine. On reason #4 I do plan to travel eventually. After I retired I plan to visit places like Japan, Okinawa, Korea, Alaska, etc. But not a good time right now.
I was a Vegas junkie prior to this covid BS. Used to go at least 2-3 times a year. I have no desire right now not so much because of the reports of people not following safety protocols. It's more because there are fewer table games and what few they have has plexi-glass all over the fuckin place and the places to eat is few and far in-between.
And not all casinos and hotels are open and some if not all are not 24/7. I'll wait. No biggie.
If "they" come my house to give me the vaccine I would take it in a blink. Otherwise, ahhh....when-eva.