British doctors called the differences in the symptoms of coronavirus in vaccinated people

Vaccination against coronavirus does not guarantee absolute protection against infection, however, in a vaccinated person, the disease is milder. Doctors from the UK have named several of the main symptoms of coronavirus in vaccinated people.

Tim Spector, the lead researcher at the ZOE COVID Study, said that the coronavirus in a vaccinated person is similar to a mild form of the common cold: nasal congestion, headaches, sore throat. The doctor notes that a temperature rise above 37.5 degrees is extremely rare.

Postcode syndrome is now observed in the younger generation. Experts attribute the symptoms of this condition to loss of strength, shortness of breath, tightness in the chest and temples, reports the Express portal.

GLAS previously said that Chinese scientists have developed a cure for the side effects of the COVID-19 vaccine.

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