UK: People with significant allergies Shouldn’t take COVID-19 Vaccines
UK: People with significant allergies Shouldn’t take COVID-19 Vaccines. British regulatory agency: People with a history of significant allergies should not be vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccines.
London, December 9th. An official of the British drug regulatory agency said on the 9th that it has issued preventive advice to relevant health agencies. Anyone who has had a “significant” drug, food or vaccine allergic reaction will not Should be vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine currently being used.
The British government announced on the 2nd that the country’s regulatory agency approved the use of the COVID-19 vaccine developed by the German Biotech Company and Pfizer Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. of the United States. This is also the first COVID-19 vaccine approved for use in the UK. Britain began to vaccinate the public with this vaccine on the 8th.
However, according to a report on the Sky News Channel website on the 9th, two staff members of the local health agency developed allergic reactions after being vaccinated on the 8th. Both have a history of severe allergies and are currently recovering.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Medicines and Health Products Administration of the United Kingdom, Joan Ryan, said in the British Parliament on the 9th that the regulatory authorities are investigating the two allergic reactions and have communicated relevant preventive advice to relevant health agencies in a timely manner.
It is reported that the National Health Service of England has notified all health institutions that carry out COVID-19 vaccination services. From the 9th, medical staff will ask the vaccinated whether they have allergies before receiving the COVID-19 vaccination.