Don, all Victorians currently in hospital covid wards are unvaxxed, and I think the same in NSW. Says something doesn't it! For your sake (and to keep us amused) go and get jabbed. It is not that hard.
Immunity from the 'vaccine' fades pretty quickly - Israel for example no longer considers you to be eligible for the vaccine passport unless you've had 3+ shots. So once you start having them you've got to keep having regular needles for the rest of your life or the protection eventually diminishes to nil.
It's all a really big experiment hey - if myocarditis is a definite long term side-effect of Pfizer's vaccine (for example) then you're in the team of brave little lab rats about to find out for us with your frequently repeated doses of drugs over the coming years giving us the statistical information we need to discover these things.
Sometimes it takes decades for authorities to discover and qualify the adverse effects of drugs - for example Seldane (by Hoechst) was fully approved and on the market for thirteen years in the USA, first approved 1984. It was an extremely popular prescription antihistamine before they finally found out it causes heart arrhythmia and it was taken off the market for good in 1997. Hoechst tried to stop their drug from being taken off the market despite the evidence simply because it was apparently a really good antihistamine and heavily prescribed. There's big bucks to be made in modern pharmacy, don't you know.
Oxycontin's big claim to fame when it was launched in 1996 was that it was a non-addictive analgesic - yes - really, doctors were told that there was no chance their patients would become addicted to Oxycontin compared to traditional strong analgesics like morphine. The maker Purdue only recently got wound up in US bankruptcy courts from being sued into the ground over their biggest selling drug ever, but they made many, many billions from it before they were held responsible for the problems it was causing. In fact they've still got a university named after themselves in Indiana such is testament to the amount of cash they reaped from that drug.
I guess real world trials are the ultimate clinical study aren't they - especially when the drug is repeatedly administered. I heard ScoMo bought enough Pfizer last week for every Aussie for five years - so they're expecting that's what will happen, injections for everyone forever.
I never said I won't take part, I'm just delaying for while in case I wake up one morning and two thirds of you have turned into Triffids. In which case - can I have your house?