Vaccines and rare side effects 


Helium Summary: The U.S. plans to end COVID-19 vaccine mandates for travelers, employees, and Head Start workers on May 11 [Reason].

A study in Nature links COVID-19 vaccines to visual impairment [The New American].

AI technology could improve mRNA vaccine antibody response [].

Reports of tinnitus emerged after vaccination efforts [NBC], and dentists are witnessing an increase in jawbone and tooth issues [Epoch Times].

May 24, 2023



Fewer mandates encourage more vaccinations


Side effects merit further investigations


What are the long-term implications of rare vaccine side effects?

Unknown; continued research needed [The New American, NBC, Epoch Times].

How smoothly will the transition from mandates occur?

Unclear; dependent on regional and organizational policies [Reason].

News Media Bias (?)

News sources exhibit balanced reporting on vaccine mandates [Reason]; reports on side effects and emerging research show both pro-vaccine and skeptic perspectives [The New American,, NBC, Epoch Times].


Most COVID-19 vaccines have been rigorously tested, but reports of side effects and emerging research may influence public perception and policies.


Ending vaccine mandates may help vaccine uptake, but emerging reports of rare side effects warrant investigation.

Potential Outcomes

1. Increased vaccine uptake (60%);

2. Further investigations into side effects (80%);

3. Changes in vaccination policies (50%).


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