Why some people react strongly to COVID-19 vaccine, according to scientists


Consultant Family Physician and Head of Department, Family Medicine Department at the University of Ilorin, Dr. Ibrahim Kuranga-Suleiman, says some people will react to COVID-19 vaccines, not necessarily because of a previous infection or because the vaccine is faulty. He noted that some people react badly to some of the ingredients that were used in…

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