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After the U.S. states reported adverse reactions to Pfizer vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued new guidelines.

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December 20th – According to Fox News, after many states in the United States reported adverse reactions to the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on the 19th that people who are allergic to the ingredients of the relevant coronavirus vaccine should not be vaccinated.

However, people who are allergic to non-vaccine ingredients such as food and pets, and mild allergic to vaccines, can still continue to be vaccinated.

The CDC also recommends that doctors should be consulted before getting a COVID-19 vaccine suited. According to the report, of the 272,000 coronavirus vaccinations in the United States, six allergic reactions have been recorded.

According to previous reports, two employees of Alaska hospitals in the United States had allergic reactions after being vaccinated against Pfizer this week, and many other states in the United States have also reported adverse reactions after vaccination.

The UK also saw two cases of post-vaccination allergy in the UK. Currently, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating the allergic reaction after vaccination against Pfizer against the novel coronavirus.

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