Journalists Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Spoke About The "wave" Of Adverse Reactions

Journalists Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Spoke About The "wave" Of Adverse Reactions
Journalists Vaccinated Against COVID-19 Spoke About The "wave" Of Adverse Reactions

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Journalists from St. Petersburg, who tested the new coronavirus vaccine, spoke about their own feelings, noting various side effects. Among them are: temperature and weakness, which began to prevail immediately after vaccination. These reactions lasted no more than a day.

For example, the editor of the ABN website Dmitry Matveev complained of chills and body aches, as well as drowsiness. He frankly admitted that he slept almost all day after being vaccinated.

Meanwhile, his colleague, a journalist for Komsomolskaya Pravda, complains of chills, high fever and aching bones and muscles. The injection site was swollen, and his arm ached.

All vaccinated journalists note the wavelike nature of the ailments, which either weaken or intensify.

Meanwhile, doctors note that all of these reactions are the norm when vaccinated.

Note that over the past day, another 1280 St. Petersburgers received the coronavirus vaccine, in total, more than nine thousand people were vaccinated against COVID-19 in the Northern capital.

Photo: from open sources

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