Solidarity and vaccines in Coronavirus pandemic – What is solidarity? Is it to force other people to take vaccine or is it to show that you care from the first start?
Do you remember when the pandemic started? Do you remember how you chose to behave? Of course you do that. Otherways your smartphone would not have so many new images from parties, shopping malls, vacation and other regular situations.
Take a look and think. Did you care about restrictions and recommendations? If you did then everything is fine. But if you did not, what do you want to see now?
Solidarity! That word is a great word. A word that seems to be used as an aggressive tool for forcing people to take vaccine against Corona. But do you deserve it? If we compare your smartphone with all colorful images from parties and vacations with a smartphone from those who actually still live in isolation we will see a difference.
Did you care about other people, restrictions and recommendations? Did you live in solidarity? Think twice before you answer. Look at your smartphone and see all those parties and vacations. Do you have right to require solidarity from those who have been living in isolation from the start?
Vaccines are not perfect. They are created in short time and they have caused problems for people. They also do not guarantee full security. Vaccines generate money for sure but they can affect human lives negatively because they are not perfect yet. If you require a word called solidarity from people who have been isolated from the start of Coronavirus pandemic then you should take a look at your lifestyle during that period. Ask yourself once again: what is solidarity? Is it to force other people to take vaccine or is it to show that you care from the first start?