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Have the reports of people experiencing allergic reactions to the COVID vaccine made you feel a little uneasy? Learn why having allergies doesn't necessarily mean that you can't get vaccinated.

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The risk of getting an allergic reaction is a concern for people who are about to receive the vaccine. A small number of people have experienced an allergic reaction shortly after their first.

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    If you had a severe allergic reaction after receiving a particular type of COVID vaccine (either mRNA, protein subunit, or viral vector), you should not get another dose of that type of vaccine. CDC recommends that people getting a booster get an mRNA COVID vaccine (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna).

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  • A: According to the CDC, people who have had an immediate allergic reaction, even if it was not severe, to a vaccine or injectable therapy (i.e., intramuscular, intravenous, or subcutaneous vaccines or therapies [excluding subcutaneous immunotherapy for allergies, i.e. “allergy shots”] not related to a component of mRNA COVID vaccines.
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    Contrary to popular belief, the part of the bacteria or virus in the vaccine is not what most people have an allergy to. The most common components of vaccines that cause reactions include: There are different types of allergic reactions, or “hypersensitivity” reactions, to vaccines.

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    The majority of people who get the COVID vaccine will have some mild to moderate side effects as their bodies respond to the vaccine. Some recipients, however, are at a risk of developing an.

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    If you had an immediate allergic reaction such as hives, swelling, itching, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, wheezing or shortness of breath within four hours after getting a shot of a COVID

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    People who SHOULD NOT get a nasal spray vaccine: Children younger than 2 years of age. Adults 50 years of age and older. People who have had a severe or life-threatening allergic reaction to any ingredient in the nasal spray vaccine (other than egg proteins). People who have had a severe allergic reaction to any flu vaccine.