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Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe?
How effective is it? The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted emergency approval for the COVID-19 vaccine. This essentially means that the FDA granted approval based on less information than is normally required, as the typical process takes years to evaluate a new vaccine. The vaccine is said to be the best hope for ending the pandemic, but given how new it is, the public has had a lot of questions about its safety and efficacy.
The vaccines require 2 separate injections given 3 or 4 weeks apart. Neither vaccine uses live COVID-19 viral particles, and therefore cannot give you COVID-19. The COVID-19 vaccines are considered safe. Some people have experienced some mild side-effects from the vaccine including headache, muscle or joint pain, fatigue, and fever.
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