Why should we have to wear masks if we are fully vaccinated? Who are we protecting, the un-vaccinated?

If we are fully vaccinated, our risks are likely so low that we don’t need the protection, but if we still choose to wear a mask, that should be our personal decision.

When people choose not to be vaccinated and not wear a mask, that is also their personal choice. If they get sick or die, it is really not our problem, it’s theirs, and the medical establishment. However, there is a simple solution to the latter, stop treating the un-vaccinated.

The insurance companies should refuse to pay medical payments or death claims for those that have refused to be vaccinated. Clearly, those people deliberately exposed themselves to unnecessarily high risks, the same as skydiving. And, if you check, many insurance companies will not pay death benefits for those who perish while skydiving.

Of course, there is a problem with ICU beds being above capacity, but again there is a simple answer. Don’t admit adults who are not vaccinated or give them a low priority for admittance.

In fact, why not just strap the un-vaccinated adults that come to a hospital suffering from COVID to a gurney and shoot them full of narcotics to relieve their pain and suffering. If they survive afterward, good for them!

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Elliot Actor is a retired IBM marketing executive and did not take up creative writing until very late in life. Almost all his previously published writings were limited solely to articles and reports that were technical, marketing, or business-related.

His first book published in 2015 on Amazon was based primarily on a fictionalized accounting of his memoirs while serving in Marine Corps Recon as a sniper in Vietnam. That novel for personal and legal reasons he published anonymously under a pen name. Although no advertising was done this novel has sold quite well, and Elliot learned he enjoyed writing, especially fiction, and had a talent for storytelling.

To improve his writing skills Elliot took several online fiction writing classes and joined weekly writer’s groups. The Forgotten Bomb published on Amazon in 2018, and the follow on novel DESPOT, published in 2019 are a direct result of those efforts.

His latest action/adventure thriller The Exiles published in 2020 is a further culmination of the development of his fiction writing skills.

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