2 Britons vaccinated vs COVID-19, experienced an allergic reaction

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The United Kingdom medical regulator has confirmed that two of the first individuals to receive the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer experienced an allergic reaction after being vaccinated.

As a result, the country is formulating new guidance for people with a history of allergic reactions to drugs.

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency announced that there is a third patient who may also have experienced an allergic reaction.

Experts have not yet confirmed where they are allergic or where the patients came from, but two of those who experienced anaphylaxis were carrying adrenaline autoinjectors for their feelings.

According to doctors, it is possible that they got the allergy from the inactive indredients used to preserve the vaccine.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will hold a meeting to discuss the issue

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