The CDC has issued a warning for people with certain allergies seeking a COVID-19 vaccine. According to new guidelines posted over the weekend, anyone who has ever had a “severe allergic reaction” – also known as anaphylaxis – to any ingredient in the vaccine should not get it. People with a history of anaphylaxis from other vaccines or medications should consult with their doctor first. Symptoms of anaphylaxis include dizziness, shortness of breath, nausea, and closing of the throat, or any reaction that requires hospitalization or the use of an EpiPen.
CDC Says Vaccine Could Be Dangerous To People With Certain Allergies [VIDEO]
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