Some people prefer to use excuses for job security. For example i work in a hospital and it comes up a lot. I usually dodge the question, but if I have to I tell people "I have other health issues going on right now". Also new at my job and i don't know who I can trust and who i can't so I'm not going to walk around telling everyone that I'm never getting vaccine. I was surprised by how many coworkers in healthcare are debating on getting it. But if course there are some dreaded normies colleagues who push it and are proud to say they got it and wear more PPE than required because they are still afraid of getting it even though they had the vaccine and probably had covid without knowing it in the past year. Then I see doctors walk into patient rooms without the proper PPE and I crack upI encourage you to be up front about your intention to never get the shot. If you go w/ an excuse you may misrepresent the pulse as everyone is on board. Someone else who may not want to get it may feel that they are the only one who doesn't and on the outs enough to feel pressured enough to getting it.