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Allergic reactions to Pfizer ‘s COVID-19 vaccine are now being widely reported

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FAIRBANKS, ALASKA —- The COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer appears to have more problems than successes. According to officials in Alaska, a Fairbanks based healthcare nurse is now the third person in the state to have an anaphylactic response to the controversial vaccine. Alike the first person in Juneau (as we reported earlier this week) the clinician fell seriously ill about 10 minutes after receiving the vaccine.

According to a written health statement from Fairbanks Memorial Hospital dispersed to media outlets the clinician is now fine and was treated in the emergency room. The news of the third person suffering a reaction is against the backdrop of fears that there could be far more reactions as the days go on. The first known allergic reactions were first reported in the U.K after healthcare workers experiences went awry.

The first two workers were both in Juneau who suffered reactions hours apart from each other.


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By SHK

Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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