There are various treatments that have been developed to tame the symptoms of the disease that’s triggered by the novel coronavirus – Covid-19. On the other hand, as you probably know by now, there are also various vaccines that are on their way these days, and these are vital because they could definitely stop the pandemic that changed people’s lives all over the planet.
The vaccines that are almost ready could eventually bring back to what it used to be. But these vaccines have to be thoroughly analyzed and tested in order to be not only effective, but safe for people.
New details about allergies are revealed
BBC just noted that people who have a history of significant allergic reactions should not have the vaccine that Pfizer/BioNTech makes, according to regulators.
This came after two NHS workers had allergic reactions popping up this week.
According to the latest reports coming from BBC, the advice applies to people who have had reactions to medicines, food or vaccines, the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency said.
The two people that we mentioned above, citing info from BBC, had a reaction just after having the new jab, but it’s also important to note the fact that they had treatment and are both fine now.
“They are understood to have had an anaphylactoid reaction, which tends to involve a skin rash, breathlessness and sometimes a drop in blood pressure. This is not the same as anaphylaxis which can be fatal,” BBC noted. Check out the complete article in order to learn all the available details on this situation.
Coronavirus in the news
In other recent news, Health.com just noted that experts just revealed that one of the potential complications of the virus is also the terrible erectile dysfunction (ED).
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