Support vaccinations how? Support making them mandatory in general? Support making them mandatory for the military? Support making them mandatory for private organizations?
I'll start with the easy ones first. The military and private organizations can mandate whatever they want. If people don't like it, they can leave. We saw this exact same thing with the anthrax program, which had some shady history associated with it, but I think COVID, while not anywhere near as lethal as an inhalation anthrax infection, is at least tangible. You can read about the anthrax program here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1447151/ It boggles my mind that some military members don't want the COVID shot, but never had an issue with the anthrax vaccine. Read that article above and you may have second thoughts. I think the COVID jab is the least of our issues. I get why the DoD wants this mandatory. It can take even a young person out for weeks even if it doesn't kill them. Lots of countries are making this mandatory for certain people; it's not just us.
For the general public? Unfortunately we're probably the only country in the world who's made this political. There are going to be some people who never get this vaccine based off of political beliefs while somehow forgetting who was taking credit for vaccine development a year ago.
I didn't want the shot when it came available last winter. I took a chance, rolled the dice and waited until last month to get mine. Everyone else in my family except my kids younger than 12 got vaccinated before I did. I wanted a few more crash-test dummies out there ahead of me before I was comfortable enough to get it. I'm due to get my second next week.
With that being said, it's hard to figure out why vaccinated people are still getting infected. Is it because of Delta? Is it because of the unvaccinated? Does the vaccine not work well enough? Do we need a third shot? While it's easy to lay blame on the unvaccinated, no one really has a clear answer to any of those questions. The only data we do have thus far is that very, very few vaccinated people are getting seriously ill and dying from it. Is that enough to sway people into getting the shot? Apparently it's still not enough for some. We don't know why younger people and now more children are getting more seriously ill from this compared to before. Is it because we've become more complacent with this thing this summer and have gone back to "normal life"? People are traveling. People are going on vacation. People are attending more mass gatherings. TSA throughput is almost what it was in 2019. The airports are packed and flights are full. I've seen it for myself. Where are people going? Although not as large, we had a spike last year around the same exact time. Despite their high vaccination rates, Israel is going through a huge spike right now because most of their people between 12-25 years old chose not to get vaccinated. I think we're seeing the same issue.