The world expects positive results from coronavirus vaccines developed by different companies and countries. At this point, as it has been from the very beginning of the epidemic, many ‘fake news’ are also circulating on social media. We recommend that you do not rely on ‘coronavirus’ news that do not contain experts’ opinions or are not based on a reliable source. So, what are the side effects of the coronavirus vaccine at this point? What do the experts say? What side effects in the world and Turkey?
Side effects of the coronavirus vaccine: Facts and claims
First, we need to talk about the situation in Turkey. Ministry of Health Social Sciences Board member Prof. Dr. Mustafa Necmi spoke about the side effects of the vaccine that has hit 1 million 67 thousand people since January 14.
Vaccination continues as we have told you before. Speaking to the DHA reporter Prof. Dr. Mustafa Necmiunderlined that the vaccine has not had a serious side effect in people who have been administered so far. Side effects observed in Turkey in the region between the vaccinated flushing, pain and some people also weakness happened. Some people say he has headache. These side effects are actually roughly the same as the side effects seen in the world.
What’s the situation in the world? Claims and real side effects
Side effects in Turkey watching in this way, the videos that allegedly began to emerge as the side effects of different vaccines from different countries. For example, in one video, a person with Moderna’s vaccine experiences the side effect of tremors and convulsions, while another person who says he has Pfizer’s vaccine claims that the effects are severe. Health officials do not confirm the side effects of the people in these videos and state that these videos spread on social media should not be credited.
Tremors and muscle pulses remain a claim for the time being. There is no confirmed result.
Real side effects:
After the second dose in the world as well as in Turkey it was seen in patients with signs of muscle pain and fatigue. These symptoms PolitiFact Harvard Medical School Immunology Graduate Program director Dr. They usually passed within 24 hours, according to Shiv Pillai.
According to official health data, in both Pfizer and Moderna’s clinical trials involving more than 37,000 people, pain and redness were observed at the place where the vaccine was given; some people also have complaints such as headache, fever, joint and muscle pain. These are defined as mild and moderate reactions and lose their effect in a short time. If these symptoms do not disappear within 2 days, it is useful to consult a doctor.
Although the coronavirus vaccine is not currently recommended for people with allergies, it is said to be applicable when precautions are taken.
Health professionals say people must report any side effects before their cases can be investigated. It also underlines the need to see similar side effects in more people instead of looking at the side effects of individual cases.