Sam, in life you pays your money and takes your chances.The problem with that though Jonesy is those that don't get it can still spread it to folks that have had their jabs although the effects of it on those inoculated are not quite so bad apparently. I say apparently because I don't know from any experience how true that is.
You can't force people to get a vaccine, you can entice them and encourage it but that is about it.
But if you are like me and have children who are not eligible to get the vaccine, you are always going to be at risk regardless. My niece was one of the two members of the family who popped positive for the VID, she was 2. You can't avoid that kind of exposure.
Sometimes you just have to suck it up and drive on and maybe increase your step count, stop eating 8,000 calories a day and not smoke a pack or two a day. Trying to protect the unhealthy at all costs is not high on the priority list these days.