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  • Man blowing his nose - covid vaccine allergies
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    Can you get the coronavirus vaccine if you have seasonal allergies?

    Those with seasonal allergies can still receive the COVID-19 vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Several serious allergic reactions to the COVID-19 vaccine have caused people to question whether they should get the vaccine themselves—particularly if they have allergies to things like seasonal pollen, which triggers hay fever. The materials used to develop […] More

  • What is the COVID vaccine made of
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    Here’s what the COVID-19 vaccine is made of

    With at least four major players for the COVID-19 vaccine in the market—AstraZeneca, Pfizer and BioNTech, Moderna, and NovaVax— keeping track of what’s in each formula can seem an impossible task. But for those who could have an allergic reaction to the vaccine they’re given, it’s worth knowing what the COVID vaccine is made of […] More

  • Woman preparing coronavirus vaccine - allergies
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    CDC issues new COVID-19 vaccine guidelines following allergic reactions

    Extreme allergic reactions to both the Moderna and Pfizer coronavirus vaccine have prompted fear among populations with severe allergies in the U.S. and U.K. Most allergies would not cause extreme reactions to the coronavirus vaccine, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Updated guidelines show that people with seasonal, food, pet, latex, and other common […] More

  • Russian alcohol which is not allowed after taking the COVID vaccine
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    Russians who get vaccinated for COVID-19 can’t drink alcohol for 2 months

    Consuming alcohol may suppress the immune system Alcohol consumption could also mask symptoms of the vaccine itself Russia is the world’s fourth-largest alcohol-consuming country People getting vaccinated in the world’s fourth-largest alcohol-consuming nation are being advised to avoid drinking alcohol for at least two months. News of the advised dry period for people who receive […] More

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    How many doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will you need to get?

    The Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca vaccines will require boosters The Johnson & Johnson vaccine will only require one shot The FDA has given emergency authorization to a vaccine only once before Depending on which coronavirus vaccine you choose— or have access to— the number of doses you need may change. So, how many doses of […] More

  • A person opens their wallet, where a mask and possibly a coronavirus vaccine card are being housed
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    Those who receive the COVID-19 vaccine will be issued cards as proof

    Millions of people are set to become card-carrying members of the coronavirus vaccine club over the coming months. The coronavirus vaccine cards are part of Operation Warp Speed, a federal initiative in the U.S. to accelerate the testing and distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine. They will be used to track who got which vaccine and […] More

  • Pandemic fatigue
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    COVID-19 compounds fatigue felt by victims of natural disasters

    “Caution fatigue” is the newest phrase to enter the American lexicon due to COVID-19. Caution fatigue, which boils down to being tired of being on alert, is a natural response to prolonged stress. Entering month 9 of the coronavirus pandemic in the U.S., it’s become a phenomenon that is hitting a particular group slightly harder: […] More

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