Thursday, January 21, 2021
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In an interview with ABC7, Dr. Shirley Chi, a dermatologist, explained that the reaction to the vaccine was immunological.
Like Zhang, Chi insists that these negative side effects are perfectly fine.
The immune system that causes inflammation is triggered when you get vaccinated, which is allegedly normal. Chi suggests that an immune response in certain areas is normal if there is a “not a naturally occurring substance” in the body.
She said Americans with cosmetic facial fillers should still go ahead and get the vaccine because the patients who experienced facial swelling eventually recovered from the side effect.
The committee recommended the FDA issue emergency use authorization for Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine after hearing about the trial and other concerns. The FDA issued the authorization last Dec. 18.
According to the briefing document, Pfizer and BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine wasn’t linked to any dermal filler-related side effect. However, officials warn that people who are allergic to components of either vaccine shouldn’t get inoculated.
Moderna also issued a similar warning on its website. The company also advised that the adverse reactions detailed in its clinical trial include:
Pain at the injection site
“Additional adverse reactions, some of which may be serious, may become apparent with more widespread use of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine,” added Moderna.
The company concluded that vaccine providers should complete and submit reports to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System that tracks adverse vaccine events.