What would you do about: Friends or close friends who decide or choose not to take the Covid vaccine though appointments are now available easily for all over 16. Persuading them to take the vaccine is not something to do as they have taken all factors into account and taken their decision. My question is: does anything change in our interactions or relationship with them? Two of my friends in particular expect that once I am fully vaccinated (May end), we will start to meet in person like old times. I am outwardly respectful of their choice to not take the vaccine, but don't feel like meeting in person. Something about providing the herd immunity or whatever that will indirectly protect them is annoying. I was mostly not bothered till one of them gave her reason for not taking the vaccine: "Oh I am a little wary about what I inject into my body." As though I am less cautious about it. I am so tired of this whole saga. I wish everyone who is eligible would hurry up and just take the vaccine once it is easily available.