The CDC has revealed three new COVID-19 vaccine side-effects. Here’s a full list of all the possible side-effects you can get.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has added three new side-effects to its list of possible COVID-19 side-effects.
Millions of Americans are getting vaccinated every day, and while severe side-effects are quite rare, some people do experience mild side-effects that are short-lived.
Last Friday, the CDC updated some of its COVID-19 guidelines, one of the updates was to how many possible side-effects there are from a COVID-19 vaccine.
According to the CDC, there are a total of nine possible COVID-19 side-effects, not including allergic reactions. The three new side-effects that the CDC added were redness, muscle pain, and nausea.
It should be noted that these side-effects represent your immune system responding to the vaccine and thus the creation of immunity. For more information on COVID-19 vaccines, check out this link here.
Possible COVID-19 Vaccine Side-Effects: