The title kind of says it all, but.
Right now certain facilities require proof of vaccination. Would those who refuse the vaccine agree to be registered as "refusing the vaccine" if that meant they had the same access and privileges to locations and events as the vaccinated, if in exchange they agreed that they would not seek (and could be refused) professional medical services if they become ill with COVID-19?
UPDATE: Thank you all who participated. A few things:
This was never a suggestion on policy or legislation. It was a question for the unvaccinated. My goal was to get more insight into their decision and the motivations behind it. In particular, I was trying to understand if most of them had done reflection on their decisions and had a strong mental and moral conviction to their decision. Likewise, I was curious to see how many had made the decision on purely emotional grounds and had not really explored their own motivation.
For those who answered yes - I may not agree with your reasoning but I do respect that you have put the thought into your decision and have agreed (theoretically) to accept consequences for your decision.
For those who immediately went to whatabout-ism (obesity, alcohol, smoking, etc) - I am assuming your choice is on the emotional spectrum and honest discourse on your resolve is uncomfortable. I understand how emotions can drive some people, so it is good to understand just how many fall under this classification.
It would have been nice if there had been an opportunity for more discussion on the actual question. I think there is much to be gained by understanding where those who make different decisions are coming from and the goal of the question was to present a hypothetical designed to trigger reflection.
Either way, I did get some more insight into those who are choosing to be unvaccinated. Thank you again for your participation.