Some people refuse to take the Corona vaccine because of the possible side effects. But new research shows that the side effects associated with the corona vaccine are far less than when a person becomes severely infected with the virus. In fact, it is a more sensible decision to inject the corona vaccine when we receive the vaccine and possible side effects on one scale and the acute form of the disease and its side effects on the other side.
Side effects are an integral part of drugs and vaccines that may vary in different conditions. Recent research A study of about one million volunteers by scientists shows that the side effects of the Biontec Pfizer vaccine are far less than the side effects of Covid 19. Many of the expected side effects of the vaccine were not seen until 42 days after injection, with only inflammation of the lymph nodes of the appendix and inflammation of the heart muscle among them.
Comparison of complications between infected and vaccinated individuals shows that the scales are still facing vaccination. For example, the incidence of myocardial infarction has been reported at a rate of 2.7 per 100,000 for vaccine recipients, while this rate has risen to 19 cases per 100,000 patients with Covid. There are other cases in which there is no risk to vaccinated people, but they may be a serious threat to people with Quid 19, including kidney problems, heart attack, and pulmonary embolism.
Covid 19 disease has killed more than 4.5 people in two years, and this has accelerated the vaccination process in many countries. However, researchers are still investigating vaccine-related side effects in order to increase their safety in the future. The death of some people due to blood clots after receiving the Astrazenka vaccine has been a major concern about vaccination, but the low incidence has led to their continued injection.