Great post bud, can’t say fairer than that.
I was led to understand that the reason these vaccines were produced and rolled out so much quicker has been due to the acceleration of the process of manufacture and distribution, rather than the research and development part of the process being rushed or parts skipped or whatever.
We are being told by professors and leading clinical health professionals that the vaccines have gone through the same safety checks as any other.
As you say, there are potential side effects and complications possible with pretty much all chemicals and medication that we put in our bodies. If you actually sit and read the potential side effects from paracetomol or ibuprofen you would be worried about taking them.
I certainly haven’t heard of anyone having any adverse reactions to the vaccine, (apart from the possible links to bloodclots with AZ) but by no means i am any sort of an expert and even though there are likely to be adverse effects for some people, i think it has still been calculated to conclude that the overall benefits of the vaccine will greatly outweigh the potential down sides.
Its really interesting to hear your take on it though.