so much misinformation in 1 post....
-vaccines help prevent infection period. this means that there is a lesser chance of someone spreading the disease, because they likely won't get infected anyway.
-if someone vaccinated DOES get infected, they will have a dramatically lower chance of being hospitalized or dying from covid.
-children and young adults CAN STILL have severe long-term effects from covid. how is death the only negative effect of covid that seems to be significant to you?
-long term effects of vaccines, sure, I guess we don't totally know that. but it's not like you haven't had vaccinations before lmao, there's no reason to believe there are significant harmful long term effects.
-2000 adverse effects out of 3.7 million vaccinations. I would bet that most of these are allergic reactions, which, fair enough, unlucky, but easily treatable.
-I do not believe you when you say that there are over 100 vaccine-related deaths in Finland. in the US, there have been a total of 3 deaths that have been confirmed to be caused by a vaccine, and they were blood clots from J&J (which isn't even a common vaccine to get anyway)
I don't know what kind of "control" you think the government is getting out of this pandemic, or having people get vaccinated. the pandemic has wrecked the economies of every country, forced governments to change their agenda in a matter of weeks, and killed millions of people. It's okay to ask questions about science, but I don't think that's what you're doing. There's an abundance of evidence, piles and piles of it, but disagreeing with vaccines being safe is just disagreeing for the sake of disagreeing. it's dangerous and pointless, there's no evidence to present that would persuade me otherwise.