A Pfizer coronavirus vaccine volunteer in Austin, Texas told “Fox and friends” his experience in clinical trials and urged others to “get it as soon as possible.”
The company reports that its vaccine has been found to be 90% effective against COVID-19, and more than 43,000 people worldwide are being tested.
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After hearing the positive results, Deshields who volunteered to participate in the trial who saw the news in the news sent a tweet: “My grandpa told me that his first memory was the sound of the bell, marking the first time. The end of the world war. If so, it would be a moment. I am honored to be part of this trial.”
He told co-host Ainsley Earhardt on Thursday that he was pretty sure he was vaccinated and not a placebo because he showed antibodies after the second injection.
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“I have some side effects,” Deshields said. “A lot of pain at the injection site… I don’t have coronavirus yet, so this is a good thing.”
He admitted that the side effects after the first shot were “much more serious than I thought.”
He said: “Basically, I have a headache, tiredness, and pain at the injection site… about three to four days.” “The second one is similar, but much quieter. It’s not that strong. I think I took some Advil, they are basically Was cleared.”
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Deshields advises people to get it as soon as possible.
He concluded: “I talked to my doctor. He said that this medicine works differently, but in the end, it is still just a vaccine and people should not be afraid of it.”