The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its list of all potential COVID-19 vaccine side-effects.
There aren’t many COVID-19 vaccine side-effects you need to worry about, but the CDC has recently added a few more things to it’s list of possible side-effects from the jab.
Previously, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) stated that you could experience pain and swelling on the arm where you got the shot. Throughout the rest of your body, you may also experience fever, chills, tiredness, and a headache. Now, the health agency has added three new possible side-effects to the list.
In the updated guidelines, there are three new side-effects; swelling, muscle pain, and nausea. It should be noted that these side-effects presenting themselves is a sign of your body’s immune system responding to the vaccine and thus adapting and developing COVID-19 immunity. For more information,