Mohamed Awad Taj El-Din, an advisor to the Egyptian Presidency for Health Affairs, confirmed that no serious side effects have been detected for the groups that have received a vaccine against the Corona virus, so far.
He said that “the side effects that may occur to any type of vaccination are known, and they do not differ from one vaccine to another,” noting that “it is the pain in the place of the vaccination, or redness.”
Muhammad Awad Taj al-Din pointed out that “people with chronic diseases are the first groups to obtain a vaccine against the Corona virus, because they are the most vulnerable to problems, followed by the older groups.”
The advisor to the Egyptian President, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, for health affairs, explained that “there are many types of vaccines against the Corona virus,” stressing that “the Egyptian state seeks to reach the largest amount of vaccines, to vaccinate the largest number of the population.”
Source: “The Seventh Day”