Side-effects with a vaccine are divided into three categories- very common, common and uncommon.
Uncommon or rare side-effects are the ones that affect one in a hundred people. Most people, through clinical testing and the current administration, have admittedly suffered from “common” side-effects, which are mild or moderate in nature and resolve in some days. These can range from chills, malaise, headache, tenderness, itching to muscle aches.
Uncommon ones can be sometimes mild, or severe and flag concerns. What exactly causes them is unclear, but some people can be predisposed to developing strange or allergic reactions.
Coming to the stranger side-effects witnessed by far, here’s what you should know: