I might pose the question of why to you and the other vaccine-hesitant. Millions of people have taken these vaccines. A tiny percentage had adverse reactions which medical personnel were able to deal with. The rest were fine. The jury is still out on whether anyone actually died from adverse reactions to the vaccine but if any did, it's a vanishingly small percentage, far smaller than the average person's chances of dying if they catch covid-19. I'm hopeful as the vaccine-hesitant see people they know getting the shot, and those people are fine, their hesitancy will evaporate. The only path back to normalcy with this thing is vaccinations. We've already saw that with mutations you can get it again even if you've already had it. So the herd immunity thing via infection will never work. If enough people don't get vaccinated we'll still be dealing with outbreaks, deaths, lock downs, and masks 5 years from now. Would people rather have that than an extremely small risk from the vaccine?They're estimating July 31 but that depends on if things change. They're worried about the "vaccine-hesitant" which could pump the brakes on this thing. I'm still there. I have mine scheduled but deep down I really want to pass.