I definitely believe it exists. I also think it has been blown out of proportion by the media. That doesn't mean it isn't serious. It just means that we are not viewing it particularly objectively.I'm sorry, but that's just a cop-out. It's equivalent to the statement "because we don't know everything we don't know anything."
If you want to be taken seriously on a science forum, you will have to be much more specific. For example, the following statements can be discussed in a less woolly way than your statement:
- I don't believe Covid-19 exists.
- I don't believe that the vaccines provide any protection.
- I believe that the risk of side effects is larger than being reported, and here is my evidence.
- I believe I am in such a low-risk category it's not worth my time or trouble.
I think the vaccines continue to be poorly understood and our desire to end this mess is clouding our judgement.
I believe that the side effects are not properly understood as new findings associated with vaccines are reported regularly.
Yes. I also spend most of my time alone and I am tested regularly and so far all tests have been negative. If I get sick with anything, I stay home like a normal person and I only go out for essentials unless someone else can provide for me.