I think that you are correct about "natural therapy" people being on the wrong side of this. As you might notice from my posts here and elsewhere, I am all for keeping our bodies healthy through natural means: ie: I try to get all of my nutrition from natural food sources instead of supplements. I fully believe that natural things make us healthier and therefore more able to fight pathogens, but no part of me also thinks that there is a herb that will kill a virus. I guess I have a holistic approach in that I do as much naturally as I can, and then add vaccine (ie) as needed.The way they frame it is not that there is a pause, but rather that countries like Germany have 'banned' its use. These things don't have to be accurate to be effective. The best misinformation is cloaked in a veneer of truth. When the preservative thimerosal was removed from vaccines out of an abundance of caution due to the widespread anti-vax claim that it was causing autism, the response from the anti-vaxxers was, "we were right, they removed it because it was dangerous." No study ever supported a role for thimerosal in autism, but bad faith merchants can spin any measures to fit their arguments. And then they seamlessly moved the goalposts to suggest that the 'extreme' # of vaccines given to children was causing autism. Almost no way to even test a hypothesis like that. Whatever happens, it will be even harder to get people to take the AZ vaccine in those EU countries once they resume the shots. And it will boost hesitancy even more in the countries without a pause. It really is a mess.
And there are a lot of people running with these kinds of stories in the grift media who have huge contributions from herbal therapies and homeopathy merchants. So, to them the vaccines are a competitor. 'Health' is taking their miracle pills that doctors are afraid to tell people about because they work so well they would be put out of business. /s