Side-effects after COVID-19 jab to be expected - Expert

Thirty-five to 49-year-olds are currently getting vaccinated. There have been reports of numerous complaints from sore shoulders, headaches to fever. For more, Tumelo Mothotoane speaks to Health and Complimentary medicines expert, Giulia Criscuolo. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - It is expected that people might have side effects after getting the COVID-19 jab.

A health and complementary medicines expert says the only cause for concern should be severe symptoms.

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A sore arm or headache is nothing to worry about.

However, heart palpitations or shortness of breath require medical attention.


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