Originally Posted by mamadelbosque
If anyone can explain to me why it is that vaccine manufacturers need immunity, and/or what exactly their insentive is to make sure their products are safe since they HAVE immunity, I'll consider vaxing. Untill you can do that, I won't even consider it. Currently, they just have zero insentive to make sure their products are safe. Zero. So why exactly should I trust them??
I think the theory is that if they didn't have immunity, they'd have to buy insurance, and they would have to charge a lot more for the vaccines, rendering them unaffordable to most people. Nobody in the medical field does a good job because of a fear of lawsuits. They just buy insurance. If they are responsible people, they act responsibly, and if they aren't, they don't. The incentive to do a good job (besides, of course, morality and ethics) is the same as anyone else--their careers and the future of their companies are at stake.
I'm not trying to get you to vax, and I really don't care whether you do. I just think your primary concern should be the safety of your children rather than whether you can sue if something goes wrong.