Your only option is to fight then.
The vaccine isn't kinda maybe death, it is guaranteed slow and painful state of decay before you inevitably die from it. You could maybe get lucky and get injected with saline solution, but how many times are you going to get given saline until you get the real thing? Eventually either the nurses get lazy and give you the wrong one or there is a change of plans and you get given the death jab instead of the placebo, you still have death looming over you even if you got lucky and got the saline the first time. Let's say you get three jabs that are all saline, you get yourself that one-in-a-million outcome, you're going to lose every single one of those benefits after six months. And you're going to have to get another one to get those benefits back. How many times are you going to flip a coin and get the same outcome? Canada bought enough vials for up to 2024, from which I can expect that the Greek government is planning to buy the same amount. You are currently at zero shots, how many of those coin-tosses do you think you're going to get lucky at? And mind you, they can shorten the period from six months to two or three at any time, which they no doubt will do if people become sufficiently integrated into their web.
How well have you prepared though?
>have you printed/bought physical copies of the books you plan to consult once shit goes down? not a lot of purpose to all those 20 GB of books if your device only has 30% battery life left, you may read fast but you can't read that quickly
>do you have a source of water that you can access when the taps no longer run? how frequently can you collect that water? does it need to be disinfected/fltered or can you drink it directly?
>do you have a means of cooking food once the power goes out? do you have a garden where you are currently growing food?
>do you have a weapon to defend yourself and your property with?
>how well is all that you have hidden from prying eyes? how many people know about the fact that you have all of this? do the people that know you have this also prep or are they going to be a threat once they realise what is going on?
>what is your contingency plan in the event that you need to get the fuck out of there?
No need to answer any of these questions, but these are things I see a lot of burgers doing wrong when they prep. They buy a whole lot of food and water but don't really do much beyond that, meaning that once the supplies run out they have nothing left.