“When you get vaccinated, some side effects are normal and expected,’’ the World Health Organization reports.
“They signal that your body is building protection,” the WHO says.
As the WHO experts say, common side effects include soreness or redness around the injection site, mild fever, tiredness, headaches, muscle or joint aches.
These symptoms normally last less than a week.
The WHO conducts a vaccine supply program for countries with low incomes.
As part of the COVAX program, more than 20 million doses of the vaccine have been distributed to 20 countries.
Another 31 countries will receive 14.4 million doses next week.
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