Your life is the single most valuable thing you possess, it is worth more than anything.An interesting story / new statistic to follow as it evolves, which fortunately Argentina does appear to be keeping track of and making public.
El 1,6% de los inmunizados contrajo igual la enfermedad, pero solo murió el 0,04%. Son datos al 8 de mayo del Ministerio de Salud de la Nación a los que tuvo acceso Infobaewww.infobae.com
"More than 125,000 people vaccinated in the country against COVID-19 were infected and 3,141 died
1.6% of those immunized with at least one dose contracted the disease, but only 0.04% died. These are data as of May 8 from the Ministry of Health of the Nation to which Infobae had access" ...
"It was known last week that, according to a study by the Argentine Society of Intensive Care (SATI) , with data as of May 28 , 12.3% of COVID-positive patients in therapy had received at least one dose in the 15 days prior to admission, and only 1.5%, the two doses. The sample was made based on data from 3,781 beds in 177 intensive care units (ICUs) of public and private hospitals throughout the country." ...
"A recent investigation carried out by the Ministry of Health of the Province of Buenos Aires revealed an effectiveness of the Sputnik-V vaccine of 78.6% to avoid cases of COVID-19, of 84.7% to avoid deaths and 87, 6% to reduce hospitalizations in people aged 60 to 79 years . It was the first study conducted outside of Russia." ...
Also interesting as when Alberto had COVID back in April after being vaccinated, the producer made a public claim that it is "100% effective against severe cases" and "ensures quick recovery without severe symptoms". As a few months pass we see that claim is misleading or no longer valid.
(Disclaimer - I know it is a touchy subject but this underlines the importance of keeping an open mind. Definitely not suggesting any vaccine is "bad", "unsafe" or should be avoided. The benefits by far outweigh the cons. Important however for everyone to stay conscious of the facts and remember that precautions should still be taken, even after being vaccinated, in order to further reduce individual risk of serious illness or death. Chances are very low but hey, everyone's life is their own.)
Do what you will with it. Vaccinate it, don't vaccinate it, it's a personal decision.
Regardless of whatever you do, just enjoy your time alive as best you can.
That sums it up for me. Life is too short to get caught up in whatever you have no interest in. And each person get's to decide, pick and choose their spots to focus on.