I would have agreed with you a year ago. Now, with the overwhelming evidence about safety and efficacy, I don't.Well maybe, but then again, if we there had been social media then, maybe there could’ve been more awareness of thalidomide it’s affects on killing and disfiguring babies.
It all really depends on how you look at it
I don’t think there’s anything wrong with having a little bit of caution with medication or vaccines that we don’t fully understand and ones that have been developed quickly.
It’s one people saying we’re more scientifically advanced right now compared to the past , so they can make vaccines quickly, but in 30 years, some practices now will seem archaic too. So there’s always room for massive errors unless you assume now is as good as it’s ever going to be.
I’m not an anti-vaccine person by the way, I just think for all those reasons, it’s healthy that there’s still some scepticism too.