Covid will stop when everyone has the antibodies. There's only two ways to get them. Either you can accept the jab or wait till it's your turn to get it.
With the jab, you might have a sore arm or some other symptoms and they go away in a day or three.
If you get covid, maybe you come through alive, maybe you don't. If you do make it through alive, that might not be the end of it as there is such a thing as long covid. Long covid can affect you for the rest of your life. I know one elderly lady on the internet who got covid, then long covid. She lost taste and smell, and since her lungs got damaged by the virus, she will now be on oxygen for the rest of her life. There are other possible symptoms such as blood clots floating around in your arteries. All those blood clots have to do is gather in your heart and you can die from that.
Only real problem now is so many are coming down with covid that didn't take getting the jab serious, they are all showing up for medical help at the same time and no hospital is equipped for the masses all at once. They don't have the beds, the medical staff, to tend to those many people.
So triage has begun. That's what crisis standards of care is. They will have to pick and chose who gets medical help and who waits till there are people and beds to deal with them. Some won't make it, as those most at threat of death, with little chance of recovery will be last to get medical help. Those most likely to live will get help first.
I know two people that are heads of the departments in major hospitals. They both tell me, the first responders are worn out already trying to deal with so many. It has both an emotional toll as well as a physical toll on them, trying to save as many as they can. Most are working 12 hour days. One I know is on the verge of a break down due to stress working in the ER. The other is putting in the same type of hours and getting little sleep. Both are having supply issues with medical needs not arriving on time needed to treat patients.
So refuse to take the jab and sooner or later your number will come up. You'll be the patient looking for a bed in ICU. Maybe they'll be able to take you in, maybe not.
Both people tell me that it is very common for those with covid to ask for the vaccine after they are in ICU. It's too late then.