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An emergency room nurse in San Diego, USA, received a Pfizer vaccine recently. He did not expect that after a few days, he suddenly felt unwell and was diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia after screening.
According to the “Daily Mail” report, Matthew W., a 45-year-old emergency room nurse in San Diego, received the Pfizer vaccine on the 18th. He also happily shared the matter on IG and said that he only felt pain in his arm. There are no other side effects.
Unexpectedly, only 8 days later, Matthew began to feel unwell on Christmas Eve, showing signs of chills, muscle aches, fatigue and other symptoms. The next day he hurried to a screening test, and the result was positive. Dr. Christian Ramers, an infectious disease expert at the San Diego Family Health Center, pointed out that although this result is surprising, it is not unexpected. It is speculated that Matthew may have been infected before the vaccination.
According to Dr. Ramos, according to clinical trials, it takes about 10 to 14 days for the vaccine to produce a defensive effect, and the effect after the first dose is about 50%. After the second dose, 95% of the effect can be achieved. Matthew’s case also proved that the vaccine will not be effective immediately. Dr. Ramos also used this example to remind people that they should wear masks and wash their hands frequently after vaccination.