If not immediately familiar, "PSA" = public service announcement. 😊
A reader asks: In the fourth quarter this year  a fourth vaccine called Novavax could be approved for emergency use for COVID19, suggesting a release during first quarter 2022. Supposedly based on established vaccine technology (no genetic alteration, etc.) would this be a safe alternative if we must be vaccinated for work or other bullshit reasons?
I get the impression this reader dislikes forced vaccines. 🤨
Replies The Committee: "....safer genetically but what 'safe' means remains relative. It will be much safer as far as DNA modification, but what other ingredients or components are included with it, must be considered before general safety can be judged for any one person."
"We understand what you ask, because you expect that we know the composition of the vaccines, which we do. This vaccine will not be risk free, but will be much less likely to cause the problems already seen with existing mRNA type injections, or the longer term issues which have yet to become widespread and well known, caused by the mRNA inoculations.
"The other ingredients in this latest vaccine can cause allergic and other adverse reactions in people who are aware of the likelihood already, or will discover sensitivity to the other components about which they did not know.
"In your case, this newer vaccine will represent much less risk for you, by comparison. Make certain you are not substituted an mRNA shot. Insist on seeing the stockpile of vials and be allowed to select the one you receive. Inform yourself well as to the appearance of the vial and label."