CDC: Severe Allergic Reactions From COVID-19 Vaccinations Rare

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Of nearly 2 million people who were vaccinated against COVID-19 during a 10-day period in December, only 21 people experienced severe allergic reactions, officials with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Wednesday.

Most of those people had a history of allergies or allergic reactions, and for the 20 people the CDC followed up with, all had recovered and been sent home.

Nancy Messonnier, director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, stressed allergic reactions are an “exceedingly rare” occurrence.

“Of course, we all would hope that any vaccine would have zero adverse events, but even at 11 cases per million doses administered, it’s a very safe vaccine,” she said.

The risks of becoming seriously ill from COVID-19 are much higher, Messonnier said, with more than 2,000 people dying per day.

“The risk from COVID and poor outcomes from COVID is still more than the risk of a severe outcome from the vaccine,” she said.

A report published Wednesday by the CDC found 21 allergic reactions among 1.9 million people who were vaccinated with the Pfizer vaccine between Dec. 14 and 23.

Read more at The Hill.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Rare, huh? There’s a huge increase of people getting sick and dying following vaccination — UP TO 50,000 EACH DAY!! which the CDC is covering up. But all that illness are blamed on a new, worse, more devastating version of the covid-19 virus and therefore more vaccines are needed.

  2. This is from the Hill, so you can imagine how much truth there is to this report. It was all over the news that these vaccines had already caused thousands of injuries and deaths.

    DOCTOR HEINRICH FIECHTNER WARNS: ‘IT’S A KILLER VACCINATION’ You can find his video online.

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