The first human trials of an mRNA vaccine started in 2013. It's not like we know nothing about potential long-term effects. It's kinda weird to trivialize known COVID risks as "minuscule", and then turn around refuse the vaccine for (so far) imaginary reasons. How does "imaginary" outweigh the "miniscule" risk of 650,000 excess deaths? If that's someone's logical process, what information could possibly move someone off-the-fence and onto a vaccination?
We were talking about the reasoning for mandates.