No serious side effects have been reported after administration of the vaccine

No serious side effects have been observed in Hungary after the administration of the COVID vaccine, said the chief infectious physician of the South Pest Central Hospital on the current channel M1.

János Slavik reported that vaccination reactions occur at a much lower rate than with other previous vaccinations. Transient muscle fever, numbness, and redness may occur, but no serious side effects have been reported. A Millions of people around the world have already been vaccinated with the vaccine, and statistics show that one in 100,000 people may develop a vaccination reaction that requires doctors to intervene, but these are only temporary and vaccination centers are prepared to do so. Based on all this, the coronavirus vaccine János Slavik called it side-effect-free, safe, and effective.

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He mentioned that more than 95 percent of those vaccinated will not catch the virus one week after the second vaccination, but if they do, the course of the disease will certainly not be severe or tragic.

In connection with the fact that in addition to Pfizer / Biontech, the vaccine of Moderna is also coming to Hungary, and the vaccine of AstraZeneca in Oxford is also available, he said that it is good if more and more vaccines arrive in a country. AstraZeneca is another type, but it is also completely safe and effective. The chief doctor also talked about his good experience with vaccinating healthcare workers, more and more people want to protect themselves from the infection and prevent it from being passed on to others.

The third wave of the epidemic has appeared in many countries in Europe, and vaccinations are not kept there to prevent this. According to him, the third wave in Hungary can only be prevented by restrictions – the use of masks, curfews, school closures, disinfections – so no matter how difficult it is, these must be maintained and the rules must be followed.

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To the question of when to breathe, János Slavik he said: people need to think through how willing they are to vaccinate, and that they can infect and infect their family members as well. That’s why he called it important that as many people as possible get vaccinated so that life can return to the old wheelhouse.

He suggested health and social workers should be vaccinated, but in the same way he asked the teachers, the people responsible for the operation of the country. He spoke specifically to young people to think they could also be the “engine of the epidemic”.

“A country can cope with a coronavirus epidemic if 60 to 70 percent of the population either gets infected or vaccinates itself.” Said the specialist.

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