Firstly I am in NI so it's by no means certain we will follow the easements taken in England, despite the new health Secretary expressing a desire for all nations to move as one. I hope not.
I do understand that the majority of people will be OK, I do accept I may not be. Life is a lottery. I came across this article earlier which puts an estimate at 500 000 on the number of those within the CEV group for whom vaccines may not work. I would hope if I catch it, if you catch it, it will be survivable. It seems we all have to enter the arena and face it now, that's how it feels. 1/2 million people with uncertain outcomes gives great potential for great sorrow. Once again UK gov is upbeat as they were last summer and last Christmas. I just hope we get lucky this time, but it's by no means certain. Perhaps the worst is still to come. It can't be good to have lots of virus exposed to and circulating among vaccinated people, won't a new vaccine escapable variant emerge, it must be possible. I hope not but this is evolution in real time, survival of the fittest be they people or virii.