Antiviral vaccines targeting microns have arrived At pharmacies across the country and in New Jersey.
You may be wondering if there are any side effects from these vaccines and if the side effects are different from previous boosters and covid-19 vaccines.
Here’s what you need to know.
Health experts say that the side effects should not be too different from the first vaccinations, although there are basically “two vaccines in one injection”.
“We have no information on this. [yet]Essentially giving two vaccines in one shot – but biologically speaking, I don’t expect the side effects, harm or safety profile of the shot to be any different than the current mRNA vaccines and boosters. a member of the Center for Immunization Education at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and the US Food and Drug Administration’s Independent Advisory Group; He told CNBC Make It.
Although there is no official data on the covid-19 side effects of BA.4 and BA.5, there is already clinical trial data targeting an omicron strain called BA.1.
The following side effects were more common in the BA.1 targeted clinical trial; According to the American Medical Association:
- Muscle and joint pain
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