I'm glad there are people who are still open minded and open to discussion and not just spew "antivax, conspirationist and batshit crazy" when they don't agree.In regards to the side effect of getting the vaccination, to be fair - that could happen to almost anyone, with any vaccine. My sister got a pretty routine vaccination before travelling 2 years ago, her entire body erupted in a BRUTAL rash overnight. It went away fairly quickly.
People will have some random reactions to the vaccine, that's just a part of life. And it isn't limited to Covid vaccines. I don't think 'those types' of reactions are really newsworthy, as it's no different than having a mild reaction to a flu vaccine.
And I do agree with you that the media is biased in what it reports and how it reports it -- I agree there is a narrative.
In the recent years it seems there is no discussions allowed on many public spaces, and everything is deleted if it doesn't follow the narrative. And most resort to personal attacks vs actually sitting down and analyzing things.
My vax booklet is full, and that includes the HPV vax as a male. But I do have some serious doubts about these COVID ones. Especially for anybody under 60. The last thing I would do is try to change someones mind not to vax himself. In the end it's his/her body, choice.
Then I found this report
The Norwegian Institute of Public Health has recommended stopping further use of the AstraZeneca vaccine (Vaxzevria) in the Coronavirus Immunisation Programme in Norway.
Hopefully the Norwegian Institute of Public Health is not too batshit crazy and spreads "misinformation" that many seem to like to throw around"Since there are few people who die from COVID-19 in Norway, the risk of dying after vaccination with the AstraZeneca vaccine would be higher than the risk of dying from the disease, particularly for younger people," says Bukholm.