The covid vaccine causing temporary illness and other temporary issues are known side effects and are known to last 8 to 24 hours. Even the most complicated side effects have been documented and found to clear up with 24 hours to maybe a few days. This is still nothing compared to the possible long-term side effects caused by Covid.I at least don't know where you base your claims the vaccine wouldn't cause similar effects, but I speak from personal experience and observation seen over a large sample of patients (average of 50K patients). I don't know if vaccines you have access to cause similar symptoms or not but the ones we have (Pfizer with the least percentage of adverse effects, followed by Moderna and Astra Zeneca as the highest) have a wide variety of symptoms and side effects which are identical to a real COVID infection.
Based on my personal observations and the collective points of view with my peers and colleagues, I'd recommend distancing over our locally available COVID vaccinations and their rushed claims of minimal risks any time of the day.
It indeed is career ending to disregard all conclusion and blindly recommend this vaccine fully knowing it never came close to the proper extended trials to prove its safety and cause harm to my patients. I'm not fully disregarding pros of this vaccination but I'd recommend avoiding the disease altogether rather than risk any amount of health.
Your argument is comparing a few hours of discomfort to a possible lifetime of having lungs problems, these aren't the same.
I do want to stress that this thread isn't just limited to the Covid vaccine and is about the greater movement of those against vaccines or not wanting to be vaccinated in general. I want to understand what evidence they used to come to their conclusions and if that evidence is backed by peer review.