Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine Likeliest to Come with Adverse Side Effects

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On Monday, April 19, coronavirus vaccines will be available for every single adult in the United States. In real-time, states are currently working to inoculate as many residents as possible; moreover, the coronavirus vaccine continues to be promoted as effective and safe. 

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Some side effects of coronavirus vaccines have been reported, something that the healthcare community continues to downplay. Just yesterday, a vaccination site in Cumming, Georgia shut down after multiple adverse reactions to the immunizations. Few of the people openly promoting this vaccine have discussed adverse side effects. 

According to a new study from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Moderna coronavirus vaccine is more likely to come with adverse side effects than the Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer brands, Newsmax reports. 

The Facts About the Moderna Coronavirus Vaccine

In the CDC’s new study, they reviewed feedback from more than three million individuals vaccinated against COVID-19. This feedback showed that nearly seven in ten people that received the Moderna immunization confirmed experiences of adverse side effects. Chills, swelling, pain, and fatigue are just a few examples. 

More adverse reactions were reported after the second vaccine dose than the first. However, the percentages are still relatively high. From the Moderna vaccine, 74% cited adverse reactions following the first injection; this number then jumped to 82% after the second shot. 

Pfizer’s numbers are a little better, but not by much. 65% of individuals who received the Pfizer coronavirus immunization stated that they suffered adverse side effects after the first shot; 68% said the same after getting their second shot from Pfizer. 

The Importance of Informed Consent

Health officials continue to reiterate that the adverse side effects should not dissuade individuals from receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. The healthcare community, unfortunately, has a habit of downplaying adverse reactions to vaccines, something that many people are growing increasingly wary of. 

Informed consent is important. Americans who choose to receive the coronavirus vaccine should be aware of the risks, not just the PR campaign that says “get your shots.” 

News about frequent adverse reactions to the Moderna coronavirus vaccine also comes amid debates about vaccine passports.

Leftists and Democrats have consistently downplayed the many ways for vaccine passport programs to be used for social control; meanwhile, Republicans and conservatives throughout America are determined to stop mandatory vaccine passport programs from becoming a norm in U.S. society. 

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