The young are at much lesser risk from Covid-19 than the elderly. That doesn’t appear to be the case with the vaccine shots, though. If anything, the opposite is true:
Rogan was right, or at least eminently reasonable, when he hypothetically advised a healthy man in his twenties to forego the shot. There is a one-in-three chance the jab comes with unpleasant side effects. Compare that to a slight chance of contracting the virus at all and an infinitesimal chance of having a rough go of it, and it’s difficult to find fault with young people who want nothing to do with it. Mandating children get the shot is arguably abusive.