I suppose a lot of the covid vaccine side effects are likely to apply to flu as well in principle, but there isn't the same fuss about it because it's not new. It's a bit like all the accounts of mobile phones making people ill, they didn't arise at the time people started using mobile radio, they started when mobile radio became new to the general public rather than just a handful of professional users. If something's new it gets attention, and if it gets attention it becomes the subject of all sorts of post hoc conclusions.
Bill Gates will take over your mind and body, and compel you to drink more beer, and possibly even open a bag of pork scratchings.I'm booked for my first ever flu jab this lunchtime. This evening it's the weekly pub-run, about a 50k round trip (or could be longer if I meet with folks first). What's the worst that can happen?