Would You Wear a ‘Vaccinated’ Sticker?
We've all seen the "I Voted" stickers that people wear after they visit the polls, right? I've worn one a few times, thinking it might help remind others to vote. Well, a new sticker might be coming out, hoping to encourage people to get vaccinated.
With the coronavirus vaccine now hitting different states, the Center for Disease Control is looking to get people to wear "I Got My COVID-19 Vaccine" stickers.
I understand the idea behind the stickers, as social media is ablaze with people who are accusing those who are willing to take the vaccine of being sheep. There are people who think that the vaccine contains the "Mark of the Beast". There are others who believe that the vaccine will change one's DNA. Yet others believe that the vaccine is nothing more than one step closer to mind control.
As outrageous as these conspiracy theories are, I am still nice to the people who hold those beliefs because, well, it's a much better world if we are nice to each other.
Here's a bit of good news: according to an ABC poll, around 80% of Americans say they are willing to take the vaccination, and only around 15% said they would NOT take the vaccination.
Will you wear a sticker when you get vaccinated?
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