Thanks for bringing this up.
I would not assume a vaccine is coming our way. I know a vaccine is in the works, but working on a vaccine and getting one safely tested and out on the market are two different things.
In case we do get one, assuming the vaccine is safe, I would have no issue submitting to an order getting it. I would want to get an antibody test to see if I had already had Covid 19 (as I suspect I did last winter), in order to determine if a vaccine was necessary in my case or if there was a chance of complications.
My personal opinions/preferences aside, many other Americans, Christian and non Christian, are strongly opposed to many vaccines. Forced vaccination is opening up a big can of worms, pushing am already agitated and divided people further and further to civil unrest. Prudence dictates that forced vaccination be mandated only in times of extreme danger, which, I say, we are not in right now. We may be in such an emergency in the future. Right now there is not a sufficient reason to infringe people’s civil liberties and stir up so much resentment against the government.
I’m not optimistic that our government will be prudent.