What will happen to you after receiving the Corona vaccine? WHO answers

These are the most common side effects when taking the Corona vaccine.

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Professor Ayako Fukushima, a WHO expert who specializes in verifying the safety and security of the use of drugs and vaccines, confirmed that health authorities are closely monitoring all Covid-19 vaccines to ensure that they are safe for all who receive them.

Common symptoms

And Professor Fukushima indicated, in a video clip broadcast on the World Health Organization website and through his official accounts on communication platforms, that those vaccinated with the new Coronavirus vaccine may experience some side effects naturally and expected, which means that the recipient’s body is building a protection and immunity system against Virus.

She explained that common side effects include:

• pain or redness around the injection site
• slight rise in body temperature
• tiredness
• headache
• muscle or joint pain

Tips for rare cases

Professor Fukushima explained that these symptoms usually last for less than a week, warning that if the vaccine recipient suffers from more severe symptoms or lasts for more than a week, he must consult the clinic or medical center where he received the dose.

Professor Fukushima explained that the initiative to consult and inform the same place of vaccination is important because it first provides protection for the person himself, in addition to preserving the safety of other recipients.

Universal protocol

On the protocol followed in the event of monitoring a negative reaction to the Covid-19 vaccine, Professor Fukushima said that first the necessary treatment is provided to a person who suffers from symptoms for more than a week or more severe of the common side effects, and then a detailed investigation is carried out to assess the cause of the symptoms, to find out the extent Its prevalence in the same community or country, and determining whether the causes are related to problems with vaccine storage, transportation, or injection method.

Rigorous tests

Professor Fukushima confirmed that in the event that a real negative reaction is suspected, health authorities may take an immediate decision to stop using the vaccine, explaining that the World Health Organization supports these measures and monitors reactions to vaccines all over the world. But at the same time, Professor Fukushima explained that it is extremely rare for serious health problems to occur due to vaccines, since before the distribution of vaccines approved by the world organization begins, all Covid-19 vaccines undergo a strict testing process designed to ensure their safety.

The best move

Professor Fukushima concluded by saying that Covid-19 vaccines have already been shown to significantly reduce the risk of contracting the virus, so receiving the vaccination is one of the best steps that can be taken to protect himself, his family and loved ones from Covid-19.

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