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CDC: Swelling and redness of the arms is one of the side effects of Corona vaccines

With the close of the end of the vaccination campaign against the Corona virus in the United Kingdom, where more than 22 million people have been vaccinated so far, some side effects of receiving the Corona vaccine appear on all parts of the body, which are natural signs that the body is ready to protect in the face of this epidemic, According to the "Express" site.

The CDC states that the side effects of receiving vaccinations affect your ability to carry out daily activities, but they should disappear within a few days, and common symptoms after receiving the vaccine include fatigue, headache, muscle aches, chills and fever. And nausea, and there are symptoms that appear on the arms where the vaccine was received, you may feel pain, swelling and redness.

Are some people more likely to have side effects than others?

According to the data analyzed, more symptoms appear after receiving the second dose of the vaccine than after the first dose, while people who have been infected with the Coronavirus before are more likely to have more symptoms even after receiving only one dose of the vaccine.

For her part, said Dr. Anna Goodman, consultant infectious diseases at "Guys and St. Thomas" hospital in London that the emergence of side effects after receiving vaccinations is expected and should not be concerned about it.

The recent period witnessed a remarkable decrease in the number of deaths due to the Corona virus, to a large extent, after 65 new deaths were recorded in the United Kingdom, yesterday, Monday, as the reason for the decrease in deaths is due to the comprehensive and effective vaccination program in the United Kingdom that uses the Pfizer and AstraZenka vaccines, as About 22 million 377 thousand and 255 people have so far been vaccinated with the first dose of the Covid 19 vaccine.

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