Wednesday, May 22, 2024

WHO has issued important guidelines for side effects of the Pfizer vaccine for corona virus

GENEVA (Monitoring Desk) The World Health Organization (WHO) reacted to Pfizer’s question about the corona virus vaccine by claiming that governments are responsible for evaluating the adverse side effects of the Pfizer vaccine. WHO spokesperson Margaret Harris says there is no reason to think too much about the side effects of the Pfizer vaccine, according to an international news agency. There are a variety of Corona Vaccine Candidate Businesses. He said that If one type of Pfizer vaccine for corona virus is not suitable for specific people. And they’re going to have another appropriate vaccine.

The spokeswoman for the World Health Organization (WHO) said that the results from the third vaccine company trial had been reviewed. No vaccine has officially been approved for emergency use. The spokesperson noted that the efficacy of the vaccine for humans is a top priority for the World Health Organization (WHO).

According to media sources, two instances of anaphylaxis allergy have come to light after the normal launch of the vaccine and other countries have requested the United Kingdom to supply details. Anaphylaxis is a dangerous response of the body’s immune system. It can be deadly, according to health experts.

Scientists say that allergic responses of this nature are very rare. However this is not unprecedented during large-scale vaccines. Following the harmful effects of the vaccine, the UK government regulatory agency MHRA (Medicine and Healthcare Goods Regulatory Agency) released an order to refrain from immunizing people at risk of anaphylaxis at any time. Have had an adverse reaction to it. The MRHA requested an inquiry and announced that further evidence is being obtained on the vaccine, on the basis of which safety guidelines will be released. The MRHA added that there are relatively few such side effects of the vaccine. Many patients may not experience an allergic response to anaphylaxis, but the vaccination advantages greatly outweigh the dangers.