@Ohmin You seem to be fixated on how the profilactic measures aren't 100% effective, but again, they hardly are. What is undeniable is 2 things: Covid is the third leading cause of death in the united states, only behind cancer and heart diseases. So whatever you think about the mortality rates, the efectiveness of the treatments, covid is killing a lot of people, a crazy amount of people in fact, more than accidents. So when you sabotage these measures because they don't guarantee immunity you are aiding to keep covid as that third leading cause of death. You keep insisting masks don't work because they can't filter covid, yet I already explained to you that they drastically reduce the radius of spreading of saliva droplets, which carry the disease. Vaccines do help with those things you mentioned, just not 100%. You asked me how many people took their lives because of the measures taken to alleviate covid, and I don't know, but there were less suicides in 2020 than in 2019 (which surprises me). https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2778234 Also the other day I read that fetuses start to have brain activity around the 25 weeks mark, so that would make for a reasonable upper boundary for an abortion process. You like to point out my supposed incongruencies, but what about yours? Right now you are coming across as a person who is adamant about the slightest challenge to his body autonomy but it's happy to impose on others, and these things are in complete different scales altogether (getting a vaccine + wearing a mask to shop vs being pregnant and giving birth). And given your sayings about how chances of people dying or not are slim enough that you won't even try means that you have relative valoration of human lives. This of course ignoring all the other practical stuff based on which lawmakers should've decided instead of whatever criteria they chose.