Funny, I typed this and left it unposted... Yup. But so many people cannot grasp the concept. "If I get COVID, I'll probably be ok; if I get a shot, something might happen; so why would I get the vaccine?!", or "Vaccinated people can transmit the disease; also, vaccinated people can also get ill; so what good is the vaccine anyway?!" Of course, the probabilities for those events are vastly different with and without a shot, but you can't get people to truly understand that, it's too abstract for them. Even many educated people, who have uni degrees in some natural science, but who didn't have much math. They don't understand probabilities, mathematical expectation, statistics (they know the terms, but they find them really abstract)... and their risk management is therefore really crude.