And then you have people who see paranoid conspiracy theories everywhere because they don't have the critical faculties required to spot obvious nonsense when it is presented to them, even when people with better critical faculties take time out of their busy day to point out exactly why it is nonsense.
People tend not to turn against those with serious mental issues
The reference to travel was specifically to this time last year when next to nobody was vaccinated outside of healthcare workers and carehome residents. All of your points about vaccine stand as well as the increase in the risk of contracting the virus in the first place. As I said, abundance of inconsistency.
More likely to end up in ICU requires a lot of variables, the predominant one being age, quickly followed by comorbidities. In due course we need to see clearer data that identifies who exactly is at risk , rather than the stat based warning used in public messaging, as warnings of hugely increased risk of infection due to the lack of vaccines or boosters in people already with a tiny risk of hospitalisation is still a tiny number.