Phenomenon appears about a week after receiving a dose
By WND Staff
Published February 3, 2021 at 3:27pm
The side effects of COVID-19 vaccinations already have been documented to include a sore arm at the point of the shot, feeling tired, headache, feeling achy, feeling sick, but they are expected not to last more than a week.
But now there’s a new one: COVID arm.
It’s caused by Moderna’s vaccine, and The Sun reports it appears around a week after getting a shot.
Doctors say it only affects a few patients. And, the Sun said, physicians insist that people who do get it still should get the second dose.
READ MORE HERE: Moderna’s COVID vaccine causing bizarre side effects (wnd.com)