> In 1994, Johnson & Johnson introduced baby powder made of crushed talc. The mineral can be found with asbestos in the earth, raising concern talc products are contaminated with toxic asbestos. In recent years, J&J has lost multimillion dollar lawsuits related to ovarian cancer caused by baby powder.
Also we've already heard since then that the US has put J&J in charge of the factory to only produce their vaccine.
It means that the watch dogs are watching.
With that said we don't know if other problems will be discovered in the long run, but that's what regulators are there for. In the case of AZ vaccine, they're clearly working as well.
So yeah, it's working even if people have died with a direct cause of a vaccine.
I also got vaccinated with AZ two weeks ago. Got fever and headaches for a day, took that day off. Another four family members also got vaccinated with it with similar or milder symptoms.
I am not defending them, just curious why people are avoiding it.
First it was postponing Pfizer for 12 weeks, now it’s we’ll mix and match however we see fit, with no prior study on how that affects people.
Why only under 30s?
Many people, in fact the overwhelming majority of all age categories who already had COVID know that their risk of COVID is actually 0% since their body has already proven to deal with this virus without an issue. These people are past the point of danger and risk. To those people taking a vaccine which has side effects like blood clots just doesn’t make any sense, regardless how old they are.
I can understand that a 70 year old who hasn't had COVID yet will have a higher benefit to risk ratio with the vaccine, but to "COVID survivors" that benefit-risk-ratio is negative.
Besides that it also doesn’t make sense to wave all responsibilities of vaccine producers and then forcing an emergency approved vaccine with blood clot potential on a healthy population through vaccine passports.
I am increasingly more disappointed with out government.
It looks like having an infection gives you some limited immunity but nothing as robust as the vaccines do.
> I am increasingly more disappointed with out government.
This is a recommendation from the the JCVI...
You need a citation at very least
Maybe not by the JCVI, other bodies see the link
EU and UK regulators find possible link between AstraZeneca and rare blood clots