Reuters / FW1F / Dave Gregorio
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said it is studying reports of allergic reactions to the Corona vaccine, and has made recommendations on how to follow people with a history of allergies.
The health agency indicated that “anyone who had a severe reaction to the vaccine should not get a second dose of it, and people who had allergic reactions should avoid the vaccine formulation that contains this component.”
She added that people with severe allergies to food, pets, latex or environmental conditions, as well as people who are allergic to oral medications or have a family history of severe allergic reactions can still receive the vaccination.
It is reported that the US Food and Drug Administration is investigating 5 allergic reactions that occurred after people were given the “Pfizer” vaccine this week.
The administration pointed out that the “Moderna” vaccine, which obtained an emergency use permit, should not be given to individuals with a known history of severe allergic reaction to any of the components of the vaccine.