A doctor in Massachusetts believes that this is the first case of a doctor in the United States who has had an adverse reaction to the Moderna coronavirus vaccine. He said that the symptoms began to appear immediately after the vaccine.
Dr. Hossein Sadrzadeh of the Boston Medical Center received the vaccination on Thursday. He initially told NBC 10 Boston that he was beginning to feel anxious about the injection. When his tongue began to numb and then became numb, he realized that he was dealing with a reaction.
He told the news media: “My blood pressure really dropped, so this is when I knew it was anaphylactic shock.” “My heart rate has accelerated, I sweat, so my blood pressure really dropped. I used to Yes, so I have EpiPen and manage it myself.”
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He said that elderly oncologists with a history of severe shellfish allergy will recover by Friday. Sadrzad said he hopes that Moderna and Pfizer will conduct more investigations into the allergic reactions suffered by several vaccinators since they launched the vaccine, but the important thing is that people must continue to receive injections.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is studying at least six reactions related to Pfizer and BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccines, and several other cases have been reported in the UK. To date, the United States has distributed more than 11 million doses of coronavirus vaccine, including more than 2.1 million lenses under management.
Experts say that although allergic reactions may occur after vaccination, including severe allergic reactions, they are still rare. Since then, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued guidelines recommending that anyone with a history of severe allergic reactions to any ingredient in Pfizer and BioNTech vaccines should not be vaccinated. People with a history of severe allergic reactions to other vaccines or injection therapies should consult a doctor before getting the vaccine.
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Currently, it is not recommended for people who have a severe reaction to the first injection to receive a second injection.
The country has set a goal of taking at least 20 million doses by the end of 2020, but it seems that officials will not be able to achieve this goal. Dr. Anthony Fauci, a major infectious disease expert in the United States, told the media that he hopes the vaccination campaign will accelerate in January, which may increase the current injection rate.