Why young people are reluctant to get a Covid vaccination

You trued to expend it away from just deaths because the stats I presented directly from the ONS are absolutely unarguable.

Bit that not like for like because if we are nolonger look at only deaths for others too.

It's risk/reward, under 30s take greater risks than covid every time they step out of their front door. It's just not that important to them and frankly purely on the number they are more than justified in that thinking.

When all this started we genuinely were looking at only vaccinating over 50s because the age provide for covid is so dramatic. Its purely hysteria that's driving this "teens and kids must be vaccinated!" mentality. On the numbers there is no justification for it. Children at literally more at risk of leukemia.

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