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Posted on 4th July 2021
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This article on Newsweek reports on the case of a woman in Missouri who was worried about the side effects of COVID-19 vaccines and chose not be vaccinated, but then caught the Delta variant and died.
There are many such cases popping up in the news from time to time, but people don't seem to be learning the lesson.
As far as I am concerned, this is karma.
You can die from eating a bad batch of food from the supermarket, drinking alcohol, crossing the street, or taking a flight on an aeroplane, but people take the risk because the benefits outweigh the risks. Vaccination against Covid-19 is the same.