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Is it possible to return to normal life once you take the Corona vaccine?

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief infectious disease expert in the United States of America, said that Americans who received doses of the Corona vaccine should not make them view this as a "free pass" to leave all safety measures behind, and Fauci stressed, that the maximum immunity against the virus starts from 10 Days to "two weeks and beyond" after the second dose.

He said, according to CNN: We do not want people to think that once they get vaccinated, other public health recommendations do not apply to them, adding that some people who have been vaccinated may become infected with the virus and may infect others, for this reason, people should continue to wear masks. So, vaccination does not mean that you now have a free travel permit, and it does not say, “I have a free permit to ignore all public health measures that we talk about all the time.

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 "It confirms that there is no sign of vaccine safety concerns ...

Rochelle Wallinsky, director of the US Center for Disease Control, noted that severe allergic reactions, known as anaphylaxis, are not yet an issue.

Walinsky added, "Based on our latest data, we found that there are 2.1 cases of anaphylaxis per million doses of Moderna, and 6.2 cases of anaphylaxis per million doses of Pfizer," adding that these are rare results that can be treated, and vaccines. Corona is safe.

The director of the CDC added that it is also important to put the numbers in context, and to consider that the risk of contracting the virus is "much higher" than the risk of allergic reactions to the vaccine.

And Wallinsky explained, that other mild side effects, such as arm pain, feeling tired, and muscle pain after the injection are "normal and expected," adding, these symptoms mean that your immune system is healthy and the vaccine is already working. "

"The variants that have been identified recently appear to spread more easily," said Dr. Rochelle Wallinsky, director of the CDC, "They are more transmissible, which could lead to an increase in the number of cases, and increase the stress on our already overburdened system."

Additionally, there is a bleak outlook for virus-related deaths, January was already the deadliest month in the United States with the epidemic, with more than 80,000 people lost to the virus. The CDC predicts there will be another 84,000 coronavirus-related deaths by Feb.20.

Moreover, the country continues to have vaccine distribution problems. Federal data shows that about half of the vaccine supplies distributed in the United States have been provided, and according to an official, it could take "months" for every American to get the vaccine.