Vaccine Side Effects
Any vaccine or medication can have some side effects. Most of the side effects are temporary and start about 12 hours after the injection and subside within a few days. The most common side effects of this vaccine are Pain at the injection site
- Fever with chills, slight shivering
- Nausea, vomiting
- Body pain
The good news is that discomfort is a sign that the vaccine is starting to work in your body.
- If there are discomforts such as fever and body pain after the injection, you can take the prescribed dose of paracetamol every six hours and it is advisable to rest and drink more fluids. If these symptoms persist or worsen, seek medical advice.
- Injection site pain, chills, fever, chills, body aches are common side effects and seek medical advice if increased. Don’t be afraid.
- Record the vaccination card at the time of vaccination and keep it safe and bring it when you come for the second dose after a month.
- You only get more protection after completing both doses of the vaccine. Practice good hygiene, wear a mask, keep your distance, and wash your hands frequently.