That's where you could be wrong though - the vaccine is reckoned to be 95% effective, so for 5% of people who have it it would be ineffective and they still stood the risk of catching it.
The more people out there for the virus to use as hosts, the longer it will take to irradicate it.
So those who refuse to have the vaccine could well infect some of the 5% who thought they were immune, and the virus lives on
Sorry Mark that made me Laugh No Offence
Those with weak immune systems or taking immune suppressant drugs won't be able to take the 'live' vaccine such as the Pfizer, however will be able to take the Oxford vaccine which doesn't use live cells
The protein is harmless in isolation, but prompts the human immune system to “make antibodies and immune cells that can recognise the protein quickly and deliver a swift attack”,