That claim is ridiculous. How do you know if this stranger has had covid or even been spreading it? Not sure why the ‘antivax’ get blamed when the majority have been healthy the entire pandemic. It’s funny how the jab doesn’t stop you from spreading the disease but oh no it’s all the other sides fault, how convenient. Also I’m not sure why you’re so confident their children will die when the baseline survival rate is around 98+%and it’s even higher for the young but for some reason the ‘pro vax’ camp is so desperate for the whole word to gain that extra 1% survival rate for something they might not even get. That extra 1% is a weird flex by vaccine producers, I don’t think it’s much to be proud of when it’s all a gamble anyways and there are other ways to prevent your body struggling to fight it in the first place. Not sure why everyone is so narrow minded suggesting everything is black and white and you only have those options - pro or anti. In the modern world we have the luxury of options unless you’re a beta brain bitch who can only think about what the news has to offer. I’ll probably get labelled ‘anti vax’ for this despite the fact I’ve encouraged elderly relatives to get the jab lol my point is that humans vary widely which is clearly shown by some beating it in a couple days and others suffering for a couple months so why wouldn’t we have a variety of options for the differing lifestyles/individuals. I’m just acknowledging the grey area between pro/anti because medicine shouldn’t be political and you shouldn’t try convince people with fear, some people might not be scared of fighting a cough and it’s weird to want people to be fearful when everyone has different values. It’s sad that you’ve lost family members and I feel for you, a lot of us have lost people during this pandy but suggesting a stranger on the internet is responsible won’t help.