I just looked yesterday and we now have over 4,000 variants! I keep hearing stuff like, "If you get the vaccine, you may still catch it but it won't be as bad" or "If you get the vaccine, you're less likely to die if you do catch it." Real world situation where I work. Our secretary and her family of 7 flew to Tennessee a few weeks ago for a family wedding. When they returned, they all got sick, and then got tested and all 8 had covid-19. Of the 8, 6 were fully vaccinated and 2 were not. None of them had to go to the hospital and the sickest were the 6 already vaccinated. The 2 unvaccinated had the mildest symptoms and recovered the fastest. I'll say that, again, the 2 unvaccinated had the mildest symptoms and recovered the fastest! This brings up a lot of questions about what we're being told about the vaccines, IMHO, and I'm not getting any booster until I find out more information and talk to my family doctor about it.