In what turned out to be fortuitous timing, last week I got the Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine. I felt a bit sick for about day afterwards, but was happy to get the whole ordeal out of the way quickly because that vaccine, which was suddenly paused this week, only requires one visit to the vaccination center.
The most surprising part of the process was the public reaction to me deciding to even get the vaccine. Because I have been ardently anti-lockdown since the beginning, and believe that the “experts” have failed us during the pandemic, there seems to be an odd presumption by many that I would be against getting an emergency vaccine.
I did not get