I agree with all of this. There are some nuanced positions someone could take though which would still be logical.
If someone didn't get a vaccine which was mandated to everyone else (for example), they would effectively free-ride on the herd vaccination whilst harbouring none of the risk (albeit low) of having a vaccine. If that person wasn't particularly at risk from COVID, they may assess the risk and decide that they shouldn't get the vaccine. From an individualist perspective there are certainly some interesting hypothetical choices which could be made.