I can't be bothered to read the article again, and really you should know that I hardly ever read links to things on this forum - there are too many links posted anyway (I think)
At least it's better than the 'old' days when people used to post whole articles, until Mark put a stop to it because it was taking up too much space on threads.
People do have a right to find out all they can about the vaccine, but if you delve into anything, you're bound to find something negative.
True, but then you have to weigh up the pros and cons of whatever that thing is and take the way that you feel most comfortable with, and that applies to the covid vaccines and the concerns and otherwise about its safety.
I think there are too many people anxious to spread "rumours" about the vaccines and are therefore undermining the whole thing.
There are also a lot of people, including the government, who are very keen to promote it by reassuring us about its safety and effectiveness.
Anyway you've made the decision to have it: I've made the decision not to have it mainly because I don't see much point in taking the risk given my circumstances.