The vaccine itself does not stop the spread of the virus, we will never hit zero. its here to stay for good. All the vaccine does is prevent you from getting serious illness from the virus, or even prevents any symptoms from developing (though 30-40% of people infected with covid never develop symptoms) . it's going to be like the common cold and the seasonal flu. it's going to come in waves. Everyone is going to get it. you can't control a virus that has roughly R3 spread rate. Seasonal flus and common colds typically lie between R0.5 and R2.. Just be thankful it's not airborne Ebola. Though im sure someone will think of that as a bio weapon someday.I've lost a friend recently about this vaccine. She asked me a question about how I feel about it. I told her I was vaccinated because I believe in the science and that we need to get this virus under control. She started spouting off different conspiracies as well. I asked her where she was getting her information from but she wouldn't tell me. My guess is from conspiracy podcasts and websites. And FB. When I asked if that was the case she never spoke to me again. People are very gullible so I don't fault her for it. I even said I don't care if she or anyone else gets vaxxed. Their choice. I've learned that when someone asks me my opinion to be prepared for a heated and insulting debate. Now I just say I don't care. It's not worth losing friends over and it's an argument where you cannot convince them otherwise so what's the point?