You should not get the Covid-19 vaccine if you have these allergies

Ever since the manufacture and approval of the Covid-19 vaccine, many people have been asking several questions regarding the nature of the vaccine.

One of the questions people constantly ask is if the vaccine is to be taken by everyone. The answer is NO.

According to Dr. Jennifer Caudle, an on-air health expert of New Jersey, United States, the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine contains some active ingredient or components that could have a negative effect on patients with certain allergies.

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People who had severe allergic reactions to the first dose of the vaccine are advised not to get the second dose.

People who have a history of severe allergic reactions to the active ingredients of the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine should not consider taking the vaccine.

According to the FDA, the list of ingredients contained in the vaccine includes the following:

– potassium chloride

– dibasic sodium phosphate dihydrate

– Sucrose

– mRNA

– monobasic potassium phosphate

– sodium chloride

– lipids or fatty molecules (cholesterol).

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