I thought this might be a good place to discuss this seeing as everyone on here can discuss maturely and we may get some interesting opinions.
So, I could've made this topic a year ago about all the Covid mandates, but I feel like this is the craziest yet: Places requiring you be vaccinated to go inside.
It started with individual shops (which is fair enough as it's their business), but now I've seen stories about it being required in New York for indoor events and in Australia by the end of the year.
What does everyone think about this? I am glad we've developed a vaccine for those in need, but I'm at a loss as to how we should mandate it - ever, but especially when it's experimental. Most of my family has it, but I honestly don't want it at my age and given my health so I just don't get it. I miss when all health decisions were actual decisions, not being coerced into doing particular things.
I understood the point behind the initial two-week lockdown, but since that it's felt like we're in crazy town. No school for an entire year, businesses forced to close, etc. It's a bad virus, but it's not the plague and I can't believe it's changing the world as we know it