Most people are worried about the effects of the COVID-19 vaccine and what reactions it can cause. Here’s what reactions to the vaccine you should expect:
Reactions to a vaccine are an indication that your immune system is working, explains the virologist Professor Hartmut Hengel from the Albert Ludwigs University in Freiburg. Reactions to the vaccine occur immediately after inoculation, resolve swiftly and are harmless.
After vaccination there could be side-effects or injury, these however are noticed in very rare cases. In most cases, the body reacts by producing a immune responses.
Such reactions to a vaccine occur very soon after inoculation but they dissipate quickly an are more often than not, harmless.
What would be the COVID-19 vaccine reactions?
Reactions can include discomfort at the injection site, tenderness or eve pain, fever or a raised temperature; chills, headaches, muscles or body aches, nausea or feeling unwell. He added that all of these complaints resolve swiftly and they are not uncommon given that they occur so after the injection and are no reason to be concerned.
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