The Man of Many Coloured Hats who lives in a secret Castle is sad.
He feels you do not care about how much he cares about you all. So much. So much caring. Maybe the greatest caring in the world and you simply do not care about his planned caring. You do not care about his mates in Israel. You do not care about his mates in Pharma but he admits, unlike him, you can go back to your normal life anytime you choose. Anytime. Like right now. It makes him very sad.
“We expect there may be 10 to 15 per cent of people who will refuse the vaccine and just don’t want it, although, they may change their minds if the ability to travel and attend mass events is linked to it,” he said.
“One thing I’m a little more worried about than hesitancy is vaccine apathy.
“They found in some countries, like Israel was one, is that there’s a lot of people who aren’t afraid of getting the vaccine – they just don’t really get around to it.
“And when the numbers go down low and people start going back to their normal lives and there aren’t many deaths, it kind of falls down the priority and people say, oh I’ll get a vaccine but I’ll get it later.”
Mr Varadkar said herd immunity was the main goal: “What we really need for this to work fully is to get about 80 per cent of people vaccinated, that’s where you start to hit herd immunity, where the virus just doesn’t have anywhere to go.”
Poor man. Soon enough he might not have very many places to go himself if people forget to care. Why would they be so apathetic to his many coloured words? Do they not SURPRISE and enthrall enough to keep people engaged and focused on the prize?