Anecdotally, I am on the outer border, agewise, of concern for getting Kung Flu.
I am one of the oldest nurses working in my ER (multiple doctors are older than I am), but by no means a senior citizen. But I've worked in sealed iso rooms for a year with dozens to hundreds of severely sick COVID+ patients, and bagged and tagged more than I'd care to number.
Which, praise a merciful Deity, tapered off rather precipitously just about exactly 3 weeks after the last of the jackassical New Year's Eve parties among the Gilligans hereabouts, amidst peak COVID locally: from Halloween to New Year's. Coinciding almost perfectly with incubation, maturity, and death/recovery observed all year long from this. We've probably only seen a handful of cases since February started. Remember that when someplace re-opens: it's what happens 3 weeks after that, that matters. I'm crossing my fingers no one's home turf anywhere finds that out the hard way from here on out, but some people have to grab the hot stove with both hands before the cluebat drops right between their eyebrows.
Throughout that time, gloves, some seriously deficient splatter gowns, and an N95, plus handwashing, have been my only protection.
On forays to the local bazaars, a snotcatcher mask, hand sanitizer - and washing my hands before any contact with my face, food, etc. - and appropriate distancing has been it.
I've gone through three waves of this without so much as a sniffle, in the state with the highest population, highest number of cases (though in the middle third of cases per 100K), and greatest number of deaths from Kung Flu. All of those are purely functions of population, since the #2 state in those categories is also the #2 state in terms of population: Texas, (despite lacking anything like the Chinatowns present in SF, LA, NYFC, Bahstun, Hongcouver, etc., to jumpstart the initial outbreaks).
Take that FWIW.
I haven't exhaustively researched the vaxx types available, but based purely on reported problems, I'm not getting the Pfizer vaxx, ever. Too much bad juju, IMHO, despite a fairly low incidence of problems after 90M or so recipients. Unless you're one of those who's dead from a "poor outcome". Moderna has been less problematic, but still doesn't fill me with warm fuzzies. I'm considering the J and J version, not least of which because just one shot.
However, you might want to note the following link, and think carefully on your choices:
TL;DR: An experimental injection similar to the vaxxes available now produced diminished symptomology to COVID. But also hypersensitivity, leading to a possible hyper-immune response, for future exposures to SARS-Covid mutations and other variants.
I have said all along that unless you're at high risk, due to occupational exposure or other variables, that if you're under 40, you probably ought to think about skipping the vaxx for Kung Flu, for now. 10-20 years down the road, when the current iterations have been refined and improved, let alone made safe in the same protocols we formerly followed outside a pandemic emergency, definitely re-think your earlier choices. If you're older than that, realities are a bit different.
I'm not a fan of mandatory vaccination with experimental vaccines, which are altogether different than things like polio or mumps vaccines. But the minions of Covidiocy with their booger hooks on the levers of power may not take "I'm good; BFYTW" for an answer indefinitely.
For that reason, exactly as I observed on Big Country's blog comments, I mention the following:
The state of Wyoming (one of several such, btw) has a site where you can access a pdf and print out a certified official Kung Flu blank vaxx card. Or, come to it, any number of them.
Bright lights on their keyboards might notice that a diligent search of Gulag Images will produce no end of pictures, of startling clarity, of filled out cards, all with official stamps, stickers, lot numbers, and whatnot, for the Pfizer, Moderna, and J and J vaccines.
By midsummer, the current vaccines will be available to anyone who wants one.
How many don't want one, as an exercise of freedom, seems to be pissing off the same people that did all the wrong things on purpose last year, because commies gonna commie. That doesn't undo the fact that this is a real pandemic, that really killed between 1-3% of those in the 10% of the country that contracted it. If it spreads to the other 90%, you can expect 9X more dead bodies. That's gravity, working, exactly as you were warned, in a worst case.
TANSTAAFL. You pays your nickel, and you takes your chances.
PAY ATTENTION (especially the low comprehension readers who drop in occasionally):
What you do is your choice, and no one here is telling anyone to get the shots, or not to get them, nor fake a vaxx card. Just to think before you jump. Those are your own choices, which should be made by you, in your own best interest, after careful consideration of all possible outcomes. On your own head be it. Klar?
We're merely informing you of what's possible, should you decide to undertake certain paths.
Like all choices, liberty requires one be appropriately informed beforehand.
That is all.