Vaccine side effects are actually a good thing
Why you might feel sick after getting a Covid-19 vaccine.
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Every vaccine can have side effects like muscle pain, fever, or headaches; and some of the new Covid-19 vaccines are even likelier to give you those side effects than you may be used to. But the scientists who work most closely with vaccines emphasize that when a vaccination makes you feel sick, it's almost never a bad sign. And once you understand why vaccine side effects happen, you may even be happy to get that headache.
Read more about why the Covid-19 vaccines may feel different from other routine shots: www.vox.com/22158238/covid-19-vaccine-side-effects-explained
Much of the data in this video came from the clinical trial reports for the first two studied vaccines to become available. You can read those courtesy of the US Food and Drug Administration:
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