Fewer people would die from the flu if more people actually got the flu vaccine.
You can create vaccines, but you can't cure stupid -- as in people who convince themselves vaccines do more harm than good.
The "never go outside again" argument is convenient to mock, but who is actually suggesting that?
No one I have read or listened to.
We are going to have to live with the virus until there is an answer for it, but how we live with it is the part where meaningful discussion exists.
It doesn't mean living in a bunker.
It doesn't mean acting like the virus isn't real, either.
Crowds are going to be a problem, whether they are at a sporting event or a protest, or a parade, or a party.
They're going to be a bigger problem if people don't do simple things to help minimize spread, like wearing a mask.
Those who are going out and about should do so as safely, and responsible as possible, and be mindful of who they are interacting with who might not be as able to combat the virus.
I don't understand why this is so hard.