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Cosmeticians may have side effects when they get the coronavirus vaccine: swollen and inflamed face

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December 25th – The New York Post reported on the 25th that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Advisory Committee said that cosmetic personnel who have undergone facial filling surgery may have side effects such as swelling and inflammation after being vaccinated against the novel coronavirus.

“It’s an immune response,” said Shirley Zee, a dermatologist in California.” When you get the coronavirus vaccine, the immune system that causes inflammation will accelerate its operation.

Some people find swelling or inflammation in places where there are fillings on their faces after vaccination against the novel coronavirus. However, after treatment, the side effects will soon disappear. Therefore, the occurrence of adverse reactions should not be a reason to prevent vaccination.

The FDA has reportedly approved two coronavirus vaccines: Pfizer and Moderna.

The two findings “are better than expected, and science is working here,” said Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health.

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