You know what I mean. It takes two weeks for it to fully 'work'. I know I won't be fully immune persae and I'll still have to wear a mask, social distance, etc. It's really more like a bullet-proof vest than anything else. You can still get 'shot', but instead of a bullet tearing through your gut, you might get a broken rib or a helluva bruise instead.
"Per se"? You won't be 'immune' at all. You'll have higher resistance, and yeah, the "bullet proof" vest is an analogy, but you can still catch COVID and pass it on to others.
And yeah, I figured you would still mask and soc-dist, but still, jumping on the "immune" part, the anti-vax crazies have enough stupidity, let's not help them out by accidentally stating the wrong shit.
Truth. The bullet-proof vest is a good analogy, because the vest protects your vitals from being turned into hamburger, by absorbing the impact of the bullet. If the bullet hits the vest, you'll still come away feeling like you were kicked by an irate horse from what I understand, but you'll live. You still have to use cover for the parts of your body not protected by the vest like your head and legs.
Same with the Covid-19 vaccine or any vaccine really. It gives your body the equivalent of body-armor against viruses. It's not going to be 100% immunity, but your chances of surviving the shit if you get it are higher if you take the vaccine. Which is why you should also wear masks, social distance etc even if you get the vaccine. That's the immune system equivalent of taking cover while wearing a bullet proof vest.