New data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) “Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report” involve 12,600 people who after receiving an initial mRNA COVID-19 vaccine or Pfizer booster shot reporting on their side effects. They did so by using the voluntary V-Safe CDC survey accomplished via smartphone between August 12, 2021, and September 19, 2021.
According to the CDC data, the most common impacts associated with the booster shots include the following:
Reported Side Effect Amount Pain, at the injection site 66.6% (3 doses of Pfizer) 75.9% (3 doses Moderna) Fatigue 51% (Pfizer) 61.8% (Moderna) Headache 38.4% (Pfizer) 49%.8% (Moderna) Joint Pain 23% (Pfizer) 33% (Moderna) Fever 22.2% (Pfizer) 36.4% (Moderna)
Note, less common side effects associated with the third booster include chills, inflammation at the jab site, stomach ache/nausea, diarrhea, rash, and redness at the jab site. What about severe effects? Nearly a quarter of the Pfizer booster shots led to severe enough side effects leading to an inability to perform daily activities (e.g....
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