Viral load is only part of the picture. Someone in their own bed with sniffles will pass on a lot less virus than someone in a hospital bed surrounded by care staff. They are also preventing those care staff from caring for others. Don't you recall the exhortation to get vaccinated and protect the NHS? Failing to protect the NHS (insert appropriate health service here) is what causes harm to others. Don't you find it extraordinary that you have been inveigled into decrying vaccination, a point of view you don't agree with, simply because someone has erroneously compared it with abortion? Instead of slavishly following each and every argument against abortion, some of which are absurd, wouldn't it be more intellectually honest to say in this case that no, perhaps anti-vaccination is not a very good hill to die on, since the fact that vaccination is a good thing is well established? Perhaps intellectual honesty is not high on your priorities.