WHO says influenza-like illness post COVID-19 vaccinations expected side effect
The World Health organization said on Monday a subcommittee has concluded that the benefit-risk balance of the COVID-19 vaccines remains favorable after reviewing reports of influenza-like illness in healthcare workers who got vaccinated.
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The Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety concluded that the symptoms of an influenza-like illness may be expected as immune responses following vaccinations in general and the reports of COVID-19 vaccines are consistent with the expected side-effects of vaccines, the WHO said.
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