So far, all three of the available COVID-19 vaccines in the US have a pretty solid track record, especially for a fast-tracked vaccine. Still, vaccine fears and myths abound, and stories about side effects (inflated or not) incite fear among many.
So which side effects are par for the course, and which are cause for concern? Here's what to expect if you get the COVID-19 vaccine, whether you get the Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson version -- and how to report side effects to the CDC.
Read more: Is the COVID-19 vaccine free?
General vaccine side effects
All vaccines have possible side effects with mild to moderate severity. Typical vaccine side effects include local pain, swelling, redness and sometimes bruising at the injection site, as well as fever and tiredness, says Dr. Roshni Mathew, pediatric infectious diseases physician at Stanford Children's Health.
With any vaccination ...
Copyright of this story solely belongs to cnet . To see the full text click HERE