What do you have to do when you experience side effects after taking the Covid-19 vaccine?
Just like other medicines or vaccines, COVID-19 vaccines may have side effects most of which are minor and go away after a day or two accoeding to the FDA.
What to do when you have side effects after taking Covid-19 vaccine
When you experience side effects from taking the Covid-19 vaccine, the best thing to do is to report all side effects you or a loved one may experience to the FDA using the links below.
You will be required to complete a form which will help identify the particular vaccine you took and other necessary information.
Send e-mail to the National Pharmacovigilance Centre at firstname.lastname@example.org , or call 0244 310 297 for any further assistance regarding drug safety issues and what to do when you have side effects after taking Covid-19 vaccine.
If you have been vaccinated and experiencing any side effect or know anyone who has been vaccinated and complaining of a side effect, kindly report and share this with them to report as well using any of the reporting options. Together we can help make vaccines safer for all.