Dismiss it? Of course not. If it weren't for precedence, I'd agree with all of it. There are so many other things humans do everyday of their lives, without the barest hint of a thought for others, that endanger those around them. Tricycles, smokers, people that drive at all when they're bad at it, driving noxious fume emitting vehicles, driving gas guzzlers, buying from companies that pollute our world, polluting our world, taking more than their fair share of wealth, eating too much, and the list goes on ad nauseum. Yes, yes, we can make a case that there are protections from some of these things, but few that make you directly choose your risk, and the risk of your family, as you seem to propose. I'm vaccinated. I made that choice. Sure, not to protect myself from COVID, more to insulate myself from bureaucratic risk, but I am vaccinated all the same. I mask up when needed or directed to and I have never been a person to cough or sneeze on others. When people ask me about getting vaccinated, I advise them to do exactly that. I hold the line at having our government, or any government, force them to do so. Everyone alive should have the right to assess their risk and act accordingly. To suggest otherwise is to support fascism.