Since the development of COVID vaccines worldwide, a number of myths have emerged about how our health is affected. Thus, health experts provide a list of the most
Frequent myths and truths about the anti-virus serum that you need to know.
Many people are still reluctant to get vaccinated. Most people who refuse immunization are afraid of the negative effects on health, especially in the long run.
However, experts say the vaccine is the safest, fastest and most effective way to protect ourselves against coronavirus and end the pandemic.
Although immunity can be obtained naturally, through infection and recovery, respectively, this method can be life threatening. Certain people
they can develop severe forms of the disease, which have serious repercussions.
Myths and truths about the anti-virus serum
right Rador, the press release of the Ministry of Health in Sofia summarized the statements about the vaccines against COVID-19 that are true and those that are just myths, without a scientific basis.
- The vaccines against COVID-19, which Bulgaria provides for its citizens, have successfully passed clinical trials, are safe and effective. These vaccines are used all over the world. More than 2.7 billion vaccines have already been administered worldwide.
- It is not possible for the vaccine to infect the immunized person with the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
they have nothing to do with human DNA and are harmless. They do not enter the cell in which human DNA is stored.
- Even if a person has been cured of coronavirus, there is still a risk of being re-infected with COVID-19. Immunization is recommended to protect us and others.
- Side effects are normal and do not last long. These include fatigue, muscle aches, headache and redness of the serum. They usually appear immediately after vaccination and pass within a few hours. Symptoms indicate that the immune system is responding to the vaccine
and produces antibodies against the virus.
- However, such reactions are not mandatory – most immunized people do not have any symptoms.
- COVID-19 vaccines do not cause infertility and do not implant any chips in the body.
Source: DoctorulZilei by www.doctorulzilei.ro.
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