Nearly a quarter of those who have been vaccinated for the Chinese coronavirus say they have experienced “negative reactions” to the vaccine, and 18 percent say they will not get the vaccine, according to a poll from The Economist/YouGov.
While the survey found the majority, 59 percent, indicating that they are fully vaccinated for the Chinese coronavirus, 18 percent said they “will not” get vaccinated, and 11 percent express uncertainty. Of those who have been vaccinated, 23 percent have experienced “negative reactions,” and 3 percent said they are not sure. Seventy-four percent, however, said they have not.
The results follow news of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) adding a warning label to the single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine over links to a rare neurological condition.
An updated fact sheet for healthcare providers administering the shot lists adverse side effects which include acute allergic reactions, thrombosis with thrombocytopenia, capillary leak syndrome, and a nervous system disorder — Guillain-Barré Syndrome.
According to the fact sheet, “Reports of adverse events following use of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine under emergency use authorization suggest an increased risk of Guillain-Barré syndrome during the 42 days following vaccination.”
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