People Who Feel Invincible to Diseases More Likely to Act in Socially Irresponsible Ways
“While feeling invincible may be beneficial in overcoming economic hardships or during periods of war, [here it] threatens the likelihood that people get vaccinated.”
Devrupa Rakshit is an Associate Editor at The Swaddle. She is a lawyer by education, a poet by accident, a painter by shaukh, and autistic by birth. You can find her on Instagram @devruparakshit.