I am genuinely curious about the stance that there "is no virus". Can you elaborate? (Don't get me wrong, I think the reaction to the virus was insanely over the top.) But when you say "no virus", what do you mean? Have you not met anyone who had it? If you have, what do you think they actually had?I don't want to tell you how to live, but I highly recommend ending it. He is not living in reality. There is no virus and there is no "vaccine," only a toxic sterilant gene therapy shot, and if he can't see that there was no risk to his health to begin with because covid is a hoax, then he is oblivious to the truth and that is a major red flag. He may be sterile, maybe not. But if you want a good husband and children, this isn't the guy. Women need to be led by men who understand what is going on. If he can't see the demons behind that shot and the truth of the elite cabal of Satanic psychopaths who are pushing it to sterilize the world and reduce the population, he cannot lead you spiritually when you know more than him. From an outsider's point of view, the whole thing is starting off upside down because you are in a position of intellectual authority over him since you get it and he doesn't, and that is not good.
Also, everyone getting the shot is completely controllable because the elites are going to make people into tech-humans and it is going to be hideous. This isn't even some wild conspiracy, they're talking about hooking you up to your phone and implanting devices in your body to connect you to the web. I wish it was some crazy idea but this is actually their diabolical plan. It could be months or years, but the people who took the jab will not be who they used to be and they will be controlled. God bless, I'm praying for you. But be careful. Nice men that seem to have a lot going for them will charm you out of seeing enormous red flags, and you will start to make excuses for him in your heart and you will not be able to see it how it really is if you keep talking to him and considering the idea of dating him. I really recommend ending it before it gets more difficult.
If a man makes you reconsider your stance on something that you are objectively correct about, i.e. "he go the shot he might be sterile and this is a problem" then you should run. Your first instinct, that the shot is a problem, was 100% right and that seems to be why you posted this thread because you wanted confirmation from others. Now, because he is sweet and you had great conversations, you are subconsciously changing your stance and making compromises as you think it through. But you can't compromise on truth.
ETA: I know it's hard to hear "tone" online, so let me offer that I utterly respect your opinion and I have zero intention of coming across rudely! I legitimately want to know your thinking on this.