"On the plus side, immunization with rMVA-S induced a rapid immune response following exposure to the virus, the researchers wrote. The ferrets displayed no clinical signs of illness, but viral RNA was found in pharyngeal swabs and blood samples taken from all the ferrets.
But researchers unexpectedly discovered a downside when they checked the ferrets' liver health. Ferrets vaccinated with rMVA-S and exposed to SARS-CoV had elevated levels of an enzyme that indicates liver damage. Examination of liver sections showed that the ferrets had severe hepatitis. Only mild hepatitis was found in the ferrets injected with parental MVA or saline."
So if you have noticed that your digestive health has been a little off since you got the vaccine, that might be part of it.
Man, this is crazy. I'm sure nobody has done any more research on making coronavirus vaccines safer since... uhh... 2004?
Definitely these current vaccines were not tested for safety at all either. Wow. You blew this wide open.
Good riddance, fearmonger.