CDC: COVID-19 Vaccine Might Not Sit Well Initially
In a CDC meeting, a physician said COVID-19 vaccine might not "feel wonderful" after injection.
As a few vaccines inch closer to approval, experts warn that it may leave the recipients not feeling too well.
In a CDC meeting, a physician said the vaccine will not "feel wonderful" after injection.
Many vaccine trial participants reported flu-like symptoms after immunization.
Now health experts said this is the appropriate immune response to a vaccine working.
But they're worried because of this, people won't want to get the vaccine or come back for a second dose if needed.
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