Vaccine Side Effects

After you're fully vaccinated against Covid-19, you should continue taking precautions like wearing a mask.

Posted: Mar 16, 2021 9:35 PM

Dr. Simon says covid-19 vaccinations will help protect you from getting covid-19 and side effects are normal signs that your body is building protection. They should go away in a few days in lafayette kourtney williams news 15

After you're fully vaccinated against covid 19, you should continue taking precautions like wearing a mask. But you might still have questions about how to care for your arm after getting the shot.

I asked Dr. Larry Simon he tells me there aren't any specific activity restrictions after taking one of the three covid 19 vaccines, but if you're experiencing side effects, over the counter medicines should do the trick.

Dr. Simon says the most common side effects of covid 19 vaccines are 24 to 48 hours of fever or soreness in your arm. If you're feeling sick, it's okay to take it easy.

Of the three covid 19 vaccines, Dr. Simon says the johnson and johnson vaccine is the most promising for rural areas because it's easier to transport in terms of storage.

Dr. Simon says covid-19 vaccinations will help protect you from getting covid-19 and side effects are normal signs that your body is building protection. they should go away in a few days.

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