My son-in-law has none of the comorbidities, but is having a really tough time with Covid
One of my employees, a woman roughly 40 years old, with no obvious comorbidities and not an excess pound of weight on her, landed in the hospital for the better part of a week. Hospital staff was puzzled and told her, "You're too young and skinny to be in here like this!" Meanwhile her husband and kids all had mild cases.
This also pushed some of my other employees over the edge, into getting shots.
Bottom line: There will be a small subset of relatively young, healthy people who have a hard time with Coof. There will also be a small subset of people who have a bad time with the shots.
The question I've asked myself is, which will cause me more regret: If I have a bad time as a result of the shots, which I could have decided not to take, or if I have a bad time with the Coof as a result of avoiding the shots?
For me at least, the answer is I'd have more regret in the former case, particularly since my exposure profile and risk of getting the Coof is quite low.