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  1. Arti says:

    There’s no evidence that people with mild allergies, which are quite common, need to avoid the vaccine. In many cases, the results of this overreaction are mild symptoms which include a runny nose, coughing or sneezing. Both had a medical history of serious allergic reactions, but had not previously been known to have trouble with any of the vaccine’s ingredients. The first two confirmed cases of allergic reactions came from two health care workers in Britain. Eun-Hyung Lee, an expert in allergy and immunology at Emory University. After an injection of epinephrine — the typical treatment for anaphylaxis — both recovered. No severe reactions were found in people who got a placebo shot. Just one of the 18,801 participants who received the vaccine in a late-stage trial had anaphylaxis, and the incident was deemed unrelated to Just one of the 18,801 participants who received the vaccine in a late-stage trial had anaphylaxis, and the incident was deemed unrelated to the vaccine, said Steven Danehy, a spokesman for Pfizer. Most people in this category should be good to go, too, said Dr. Allergies are, simply put, the product of an inappropriate immune response against a fewthing harmless — pollen, peanuts, cat dander and the like.

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