As the push to vaccinate as many Americans as possible against COVID-19 picks up steam, questions about the shots’ safety have often hindered the campaign.
Polling suggests that around 30% of the public does not plan to get vaccinated, the chief reason being concerns about the side effects, according to the Pew Research Center. Other surveys from Stanford University and the Kaiser Family Foundation have found evidence that fears of side effects are contributing to some hesitancy to get the shot.
Is there anything to worry about?
Since the drive…