But she’s scared by the vaccine.
But she’s intimidated by the tonality and the facade of science. It’s true it’s somewhat intimidating because of the lingo. So I guess than in some sense we failed to make that more accessible.
^I had relatives and friends who related their fears and worries based on all of what you have described and more. Sure there can be a million unknowns with the vaccines and nobody I know is going to say that we have all of the answers yet.
Perhaps because we are vaccinating literally millions of people world-wide, scientists are seeing the rare and any other side-effects faster. And they are being reported and disseminated quickly and sometimes without much thought in the media. I don't need to read science papers though I do like to get my head around a few things but I don't need to know the science to make a decision on this.
I asked my relatives and friends to consider only one thing. Will you survive Covid19? If it is not likely then save yourself and your family a whole world of grief and have the vaccine.
The rest is unwanted and unneeded speculation because Covid19 will not respect your healthy young body or your beliefs.
Nobody I know has refused to get vaccinated after considering this one single thing.