A COVID-19 vaccine trial volunteer in the United States described the side effects he experienced. However, experts assure that flu-like symptoms are a normal reaction after receiving treatment. Kim Jae-hee has the whole story. With Moderna’s vaccine showing an effectiveness rate of around 94%, many people have actually volunteered to be injected with the vaccine during its testing process. But fears of side effects are increasing, after a trial participant told CNN he developed a mild fever, fatigue, chills, stiffness and muscle pain in his body. left arm, as if he had been hit, before feeling better the next day. Amid growing concerns, Britain said on Thursday it would compensate all those suffering from serious vaccine side effects, ahead of Pfizer’s rollout next week. But many experts say mild flu-like symptoms are normal after being vaccinated because it shows the body is responding to the vaccine. Kelly Moore of the Immunization Action Coalition also offered assurances, saying that having reactions to vaccines just means they work, and there is nothing dangerous about it. Experts also say that the potential side effects which are only temporary should not prevent people from getting the vaccine. Meanwhile, U.S. IT company IBM has warned of hackers potentially targeting businesses that are essential to deliver COVID-19 vaccines. The company said on Thursday that a coordinated global network of hackers had targeted organizations linked to the so-called “cold chain,” the process of keeping vaccine doses extremely low during storage and transport. . The company said that starting in September, hackers targeted organizations around the world, including those in Italy, Germany, the Czech Republic, Taiwan and even South Korea. Kim Jae-hee, Arirang News. # COVID19 #vaccine #trial 📣 Arirang News (Facebook): 📣 Arirang News (Twitter): 📣 News Center (YouTube): 2020-12-04, 22:00 (KST).
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