RALIT, PRESIDENT. – North Carolina health officials announced Thursday that they have stopped dosing son onson և son onson at the Raleigh mass vaccination site և Hillsborough և Chapel Hill clinics after at least 26 people had adverse reactions, including late.
Four people were taken to hospitals for further examination, and state and federal health officials are reviewing the issue.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says such reactions to fainting are not uncommon after vaccination, although it is reviewing reports of adverse reactions in North Carolina and three other states. All those taken to hospitals are expected to recover.
“We are currently working with the NC DHHS (State Department of Health and Human Services) և CDC to further assess the situation to ensure that everyone is confident in the continued safety of our vaccine operations,” Kim McDonald said in a statement. Wake County Medical Services Director.
Wake County announced on Thursday evening that it had stopped son onson և John onson doses at the PNC Arena after 18 of the more than 2,300 vaccinated patients had adverse reactions, including four people who were taken to hospital, as expected. , will be released.
The decision to discontinue the J&J vaccine at PNC Arena was made after more than two hours of appointments. People there were then given Pfizer vaccines or allowed to rearrange their existing J&J appointments.
A number of clinics in Hillsborough և Chapel Hill have also decided to discontinue son onson և offering onson vaccines են are in the process of reviewing 350 appointments for people planning to get a single dose of J&J on Friday.
In Colorado on Wednesday, 11 people received unfavorable reactions after receiving a J&J shot. Two of those individuals were taken to hospital.
CDC spokeswoman Kristen Nordlund said she was aware of the adverse reactions of some people who received vaccine shots in Iowa, Colorado, Georgia and North Carolina. These reactions include dizziness, lightheadedness, weakness, and shortness of breath.
He said the CDC was working with state պետական local officials to assess problems, conducting numerous vaccine tests, and finding no cause for concern. The CDC does not tell health departments to stop vaccinations.
“COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective,” he said. “Many people do not have side effects after the COVID-19 vaccine, but some will have pain or swelling at the injection site or fever, frostbite or headache. They usually do not last long; they are a sign that your body is protecting the building. ”
Infectious Diseases Specialist David Wall, who oversees UN vaccine sites, said 14 of the 1250 J&J vaccines injected on Thursday were injected after being shot, although no one was taken to hospital.
Due to the timing of the negative start day, Wall said UNHCR had completed all filming for people who had met on two sites on Thursday.
While his department is still working to analyze the source of the problem, he does not believe that most cases are due to allergic reactions to the vaccine.
“I’m just concerned that if so many people faint in our country, we need to understand why,” Wall said. “Everyone I see has a history of an underlying illness that is troubling, but many of them say they have fainted before.”
Vaccine maker Johnson & Johnson said in a statement: “There is no greater priority than the safety and well-being of the people we serve. “When we receive reports of adverse events from people receiving our medications դեղ vaccines, we gather the necessary information գնահատում carefully assess the events.”
Associated Press writer Mike Stobb in New York contributed to this report.
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