Except for Sore Arm, Most Don't Have COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects

Except for Sore Arm, Most Don't Have COVID-19 Vaccine Side Effects

Share on Pinterest VICTOR BORDERA / Stocksy Only one-quarter of people who received a COVID-19 vaccine had side effects such as headache or fatigue, with local reactions to the vaccine much more common. Across social media, people who’ve received the COVID-19 vaccine are sharing stories of the temporary side effects they’ve willingly endured to gain immunity from a virus that has killed millions of people worldwide. “Mild side effects should be expected if we receive a COVID-19 vaccine, just like other vaccines we receive,” he added. Researchers didn’t look at data on side effects after the second dose of this vaccine. They were also about twice as likely to have systemic side effects after the first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine.

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