COVID-19: Three new side effects found with Pfizer and Moderna vaccines
Pfizer, Moderna and three new conditions
Pfizer and Moderna vaccines have played an important role in reducing the risks and effects of the coronavirus pandemic, in and around the UK. The effectiveness of the vaccine is way more than the current declining risk of having complications, but three new side effects have emerged and they are linked to the aforementioned COVID vaccines. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) is currently actively looking into this issue.
Most UK residents have now received at least one jab of the vaccine and the results of this campaign are highly evident. Restrictions have been overturned across nationwide and the economy is coming back to life. This dramatic turn of events is all down to the vaccines reducing the severity of the disease, which has stopped the NHS from becoming overwhelmed.
However, side effects of the vaccines continue to be reported. Although the risk of developing a complication post-vaccination remains extremely low, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) is currently investigating the link between the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and three new conditions.
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