CDC: Serious Adverse Reaction To COVID Vaccine Rare

Brad Mincey / (U.S. Army National Guard

WASHINGTON – A new study is looking at the side effects some people have had after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control conducted the study.






Researchers say less than ten percent of bad reactions to the vaccines were serious.

They looked at both the Pfizer-Biontech and Moderna vaccines.





The most commonly symptoms people reported were headaches, fatigue and dizziness.

Researchers noted there’s “no evidence to suggest any causal relationship between Covid-19 vaccination and death.”











 

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1 Comment

  1. “Researchers say less than ten percent of bad reactions to the vaccines were serious”

    Can be translated to 9.99% of Vaccine reactions ARE SERIOUS…

    Same article , different words, = Media Manipulation at it’s finest.

    Why do we need a vaccine for something with a 99% survival rate?

    If you take it twice, (Bill Gates is already saying a 3rd might be necessary), you will still be REQUIRED to
    Social Distance & Wear A Mask

    What’s the point?

    Covid Forever, 15 Months to Flatten the Middle Class

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