An Alaskan health worker developed a severe allergic reaction after receiving Pfizer vaccine for coronavirus, the New York Times reported, citing three people who have learned about the state of health of this person.
The allergic reaction occurred on Tuesday and this person is in steady state, after being admitted to hospital.
According to the post, it has not been clarified if the vaccinated person had a history of allergic reactions.
The company Pfizer did not respond immediately in a request to comment on this information.
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Professor Steven Poiss, National Medical Director for the NHS of England, stressed that “it is a fairly common phenomenon with new vaccines” the appearance of allergies.
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