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Covid UK vaccine: Number of vaccinations overtake covid cases and fatalities – side effect

The latest daily rate of coronavirus cases in the UK was 41,346 on Saturday, January 16. The number of covid deaths in the past 28 days amounts to 1,295. However, 3,559,179 people in the UK have received their first dose of the vaccine. The jab has been administered in hospitals, GP clinics, high street pharmacies, care homes and vaccination centres. The government’s target of vaccinating everyone in the most vulnerable groups by mid-February is underway. This will include:

  • All residents in a care home for older adults and their carers
  • All those 80 years of age and over and frontline health and social care workers
  • All those 75 years of age and over
  • All those 70 years of age and over and clinically extremely vulnerable individuals

“Most side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine are mild and should not last longer than a week,” assured the NHS.

Side effects of the covid jab can include:

  • A sore arm where the need went in
  • feeling tired
  • A headache
  • Feeling achy
  • Feeling or being sick

Do warn healthcare staff if you’ve ever had a serious allergic reaction (known as anaphylaxis) before you’re vaccinated.

You should also not have the vaccine if you’ve ever had a serious reaction to a previous vaccine, some medicines, household products or cosmetics.

In addition, if you’ve had a serious allergic reaction to the first covid vaccine (of the same kind), then you shouldn’t get the second jab.

Although serious allergic reactions are rare, an allergic reaction to the vaccine would usually appear in minutes following the jab.

It’s for this reason that you’ll be asked to wait 15 minutes before getting on with your day.

Staff will be trained to spot and immediately treat anyone suffering from an allergic reaction.

If you’ve had the covid vaccine and you’re experiencing any other side effects, you can report it using the Coronavirus Yellow Card safety scheme.

“The first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine should give you good protection from coronavirus,” said the NHS.

“But you need to have the two doses of the vaccine to give you longer lasting protection.”

After the first jab, people may need to wait up to 12 weeks to get their second jab.

Source: Daily Express

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