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Health officials suggest vaccine side effects may be more noticeable after second dose | NBCLA



As thousands of healthcare workers will receive their vaccines in the coming days, wanted to come back with the very first frontline workers got vaccinated earlier in the . Most say they feel good, but health officials say they may feel a little different after that second dose. Hetty Chang reports for NBC4 News at 11 p.m. on December 18, 2020. ——— Don’t miss an NBCLA video, subscribe here: For more, visit NBCLA.COM here: On Facebook: On Twitter: About NBCLA The West Coast flagship television station owned by NBCUniversal, serving the vast region since 1949. NBC4 produces 43 hours per of local news and weather, and the station features Southern California’s largest award-winning survey unit . NBC4’s news operation has received nearly every industry award for local news, including numerous Los Angeles Emmy and Golden Mike , two and two regional Edward R. Murrow , and a Peabody award. NBC4 news is broadcast on the main show on channel4, at www.nbcla.com, and via multiple interactive social media platforms 24/7. TV stations owned by NBC, a division of NBCUniversal, also operate COZI TV (www.cozitv.com), a nationwide network that brings viewers together among the United States’ most beloved and iconic TV shows and movies. United. #NBC #NBCLA.
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