>>25474414>Covid is a geriatric disease.
The article that you cite as evidence does not support that claim. It lists many deaths at less-than-geriatric ages.
More importantly, the article deals solely with actual with actual *deaths*. Now, I know that anti-vaxxers are incapable of understanding the concept that an illness can be anything other than either incredibly mild or actually fatal; but in the real world there are many possibilities between those two extremes.
In the UK recently, about 1000 people a day have been so sick with Covid that that they have needed hospital treatment.https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/dec/13/covid-uk-coronavirus-cases-deaths-and-vaccinations-today
Of those, MORE THAN A FIFTH are aged 18-34.https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/aug/05/fifth-of-covid-hospital-admissions-are-aged-18-34-says-nhs-england
Let me just repeat that: of people who get so sick with Covid that they need hospital care, more than a fifth are aged 18-34. Does that meet your definition of a "geriatric disease"?
Now, of course, most of these hospitalised young people don't actually die. But according to one study, more than a third of them will sustain permanent date to their heart, kidneys or lungs.https://www.bbc.com/news/health-57840825.amp
Of course, earli wer in the pandemic, young patients would have been a much smaller percentage of those hospitalised. But now, 95% of elderly people are vaccinated and therefore mostly protected, while only 60% of young people are vaccinated, meaning many of them are still vulnerable.
Is this a high risk? No. But it's still a lot higher than the risk of taking the vaccine.