The Side Effects of the Covid Vaccine

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THESE are the side effects of having the Covid-19 vaccine.

A magnifying glass has been put on the side effects of getting vaccinated against Covid-19, due to the rare blood clots reported amongst some who have received the AstraZeneca, Vaxzevria and the Janssen doses. It has been recommended to visit a doctor if you begin with symptoms that do not improve or subside after two days.

One EWN reader, Sarah, reported: “I had mild side effects from the AstraZeneca vaccine and I am 26 years old. Side effects lasted for two days and mine included feeling very tired and a slight headache. I think getting the vaccine outweighs the risk of these mild side effects.”

These are the common side effects for each vaccine:

AstraZeneca
  • Fever
  • Injection site reactions such as pain, swelling of the lymph nodes on the same side as the injection, swelling, redness at the site of puncture.
  • Vomiting and diarrhoea
  • Rare thromboembolic events
Moderna
  • Injection site reactions such as pain, swelling of lymph nodes on the same side as the injection, swelling, redness at the puncture site
  • Fatigue, headaches, muscle pain, pain in joints, chills, nausea, fever and vomiting
  • Rarely, a severe reaction would include swelling of the face and throat, shortness of breath, fast heartbeat, severe skin rash on the body, weakness and dizziness
Pfizer-BioNTech
  • Injection site reactions such as pain, swelling of lymph nodes on the same side as the injection, swelling, redness at the puncture site
  • Fatigue, headaches, muscle pain, pain in joints, chills, nausea, general discomfort, fever and vomiting
  • Rarely, a severe reaction would include swelling of the face and throat, shortness of breath, fast heartbeat, severe skin rash on the body, weakness and dizziness
  • A very small possibility of allergic reaction which would cause breathing difficulties, swelling of the throat and face, fast heartbeat, a severe rash on the body, weakness and dizziness
Janssen
  • Fever
  • Injection site reactions such as pain, swelling and redness at the puncture site
  • Headache, tiredness, nausea, muscle aches and fever
  • A very small possibility of allergic reaction which would cause breathing difficulties, swelling of the throat and face, fast heartbeat, a severe rash on the body, weakness and dizziness
  • Rare thromboembolic events

The Janssen vaccine has been halted in Europe due to investigations by the United States into rare thromboembolic events.

Source: La Vanguardia


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Laura Kemp

Originally from UK, Laura is based in Axarquia and is a writer for the Euro Weekly News covering news and features. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]

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    • Herbert Lichtenwald

      16 April 2021 • 18:55

      and what are the advantages of this genetic manipulation, called “vaccination”?

      Profit for the pharmaceutical industry and future results of these test animals called “vaccinated”

      a really enlightened person can only reject this crime against his health

      Reply

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