I felt the need to make a post about this after hearing Rorie on a video talk about what he's going to do once vaccinated. I'm not sure if he meant this so I could be wrong, but I see a lot of people making the mistake. I am vaccinated, and the documents they provided detail a lot of specifics but there are a few things worth knowing.
No vaccine offers immunity to Covid. You can still get it, and you can still transmit it to other people. The reason to vaccinate the vulnerable is to cut down the chances of us becoming seriously ill with the disease caused by the virus. We can still be infected and unwell, but to a lesser extent than without a vaccination.
Vaccination does not mean it's a good idea to not wear masks, to stop distancing, or to go out in public. It potentially cuts transmission, but not to a negligible factor. It is still a tangible threat. This is why distancing and masks will still be an issue for years to come.
Most importantly, visiting places like restaurants are still bad for people around you. Say you meet up with another vaccinated friend. Great! You're both less likely to transmit to each other. The staff at a restaurant may not be so lucky, you have no way of knowing their overall health or vaccination status.
Ultimately I am worried about people endangering others because they think the vaccine means immunity both for themselves and people around them. It should not cause a sudden change in behaviour where you go back to living as normal.