Zee News reporter, who had taken Covaxin shot, feels feverish the day after
Zee News reporter Pooja Makkar, who ended up being the very first Indian woman reporter to get the indigenously developed COVID-19 vaccine ‘Covaxin’, on Tuesday evening stated that she has a slight fever and an aching hand. She is reported to be running 99 degrees temperature level.
Zee News press reporter Pooja Makkar became the very first Indian lady reporter to get the indigenously developed coronavirus vaccine ‘Covaxin’.
Zee News press reporter Pooja Makkar, who became the very first Indian woman journalist to receive the indigenously developed COVID-19 vaccine ‘Covaxin’, on Tuesday night stated that she has a small fever and a sore hand. She is reported to be running 99 degrees temperature level.
This development comes nearly 24 hours after taking the Covaxin shot. Covaxin is the indigenous vaccine established by Bharat Biotech versus COVID-19 in partnership with ICMR.
Earlier on Tuesday, Pooja Makkar had actually stated, “It has actually been 20 hours since I took the coronavirus vaccine– Covaxin. I am totally great. I am entirely normal.” Looking for to dispel rumours about the indigenously developed coronavirus vaccine, she advised individuals not to think in those rumours.
” It (vaccine) is entirely safe. There is nothing to stress over it. I urge individuals to trust the government. This vaccine has actually been established to keep individuals of Indian safe,” Makkar had actually said.
Pooja Makkar got vaccinated at AIIMS, Delhi on Monday (January 4) at 2 pm after the requisite tests. She remained under observation and shared her experience later on. The Zee News reporter, who is a health reporter, has thoroughly reported about the COVID-19 pandemic and its fallout besides keeping a tab on the vaccines being developed in the nation to tackle this deadly virus.
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