A new preliminary report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Prevention and Control (CDC) states that people who received the third dose of Pfizer’s kovid vaccine had mostly the same side effects as before. having received the second dose.
The CDC made the report based on a study of 306 people who received a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine, ABC News said.
The most common side effects are weakness, headache and pain in the arm, and the symptoms usually last a day or two.
The CDC will continue to monitor the consequences of the third dose and potential new side effects, but says no unexpected new phenomena have been found so far.
In the United States, the booster dose of the vaccine has been approved by Pfizer and Biontek.