Just to get some perspective on this.
Given that vaccinated people can still get Covid, and pass it on, as well as UNvaccinated people, ( as Boris has told you when trying to sell his boosters) isn't it still a pretty level playing field. Your OH might get it and pass it on to his unvaxxed friend. Who's to say it will be the other way round.
As I've said before on here, the mantra of 'you won't get it so bad if you're vax'd...' is unprovable. How can anyone know if they have it 'less bad' than anyone else, there is no score chart, no bar that can be set to police this. How many more times will an unvaccinated person cough, than you, the vaccinated one. If the vaccine was offering so much protection, why isn't it working, why are people still getting Covid, how many more jabs will you need. Number 4 is on it's way.
At the moment, there are still 15.3 million eligible people who have chosen not to be vaccinated. If you count into that eligible school-aged children over 12, the figure jumps dramatically. (Don't be fooled by the Government figures quoted of 6.1 million).
These include those amazing unvaxxed NHS staff, who were being applauded on Thursday nights last year and now face losing their jobs in April, but oh wait a minute they are good enough to see us through the winter months when the flu virus will do its worse but will be shown the door in April.
Don't you think that if these Mum's and Dads, sisters, brothers etc, are faced with losing their jobs, their livelihoods, their careers, just on a matter of principle, they would reconsider?
There is a reason they are choosing not to be vaccinated. And let's face it if anyone is in a position to make an informed choice, they are.
If you did, unfortunately, end up in hospital stuck down with Covid, and a lovely, qualified unvaccinated nurse helped keep you alive, would you be worried then if she was vaccinated or not.
There is a damn good reason these NHS nurses and Doctors, are choosing NOT to have this vaccine, along with the other 15.+ million others.