December 4, 2022

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COVID-19 Vaccine: more than 70% have a fever of 38+ degrees in South Korea

COVID-19 Vaccine: more than 70% have a fever of 38+ degrees in South Korea

 

COVID-19 Vaccine: more than 70% have a fever of 38+ degrees in South Korea.  152 people in South Korea have had side effects after being vaccinated, more than 70% have a fever of 38 degrees or more.

COVID-19 Vaccine:  more than 70% have a fever of 38+ degrees in South Korea

According to Yonhap News Agency, on the 1st local time, South Korea’s Central Epidemic Prevention and Control Headquarters stated that since South Korea launched the COVID-19 vaccination on the 26th, a total of 152 reports of abnormal reactions after vaccination have been received. Allergic reaction. Among them, 151 cases were related to the AstraZeneca vaccine and 1 case was related to the Pfizer vaccine. A total of 21,177 people have been vaccinated.

Among the 152 cases of adverse reactions, fever was the most common, 76% of them had a fever of 38 degrees or more in more than 100 people; followed by muscle soreness (25%), headache (14%), nausea and vomiting (11%), chills (10%), dizziness and rash (9% each).

The Director of the Korean Disease Management Agency, Jeong Eun Kyung, said that the above symptoms are normal reactions that may occur during the process of immune formation in the body, and the symptoms will naturally disappear within 3 days. She also said that the epidemic prevention department has also carried out a six-week monitoring of some people who have been vaccinated to further confirm the hidden safety hazards of the vaccine.

According to reports, South Korea received 15 reports of abnormal reactions on the first day of vaccination on the 26th, 97 on the 27th, and 40 on the 28th.

 

(source:internet, reference only)


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