Doctors are wrong, often. They don't know everything. That's why they call it practicing medicine. Doctors used to recommend smoking cigarettes, people trusted them then. Doctors also said sugar, meth, and tapeworms help you lose weight. They used to prescribe heroin for pain management. It takes time for them to learn the long-term effects. The covid vaccine hasn't even been out for a year, so there's no way to know the long-term effects it can have. People say "oh you don't believe in science" The whole thing about science is that it is always changing. It's not wrong for people to wait on more long-term data on something they are injecting into their bodies that could kill them or cause other health issues. The same could be said about Covid, but that is the person's choice and it's none of anyone's business, especially since the vaccine only helps the person who gets it.