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Japan’s Health Ministry Report: Elderly People are Less Likely to See Vaccine Side Effects

Novel coronavirus vaccines are less likely to cause side effects for those aged 65 or older, Japan's health ministry said Friday. The interim finding was reported at a meeting of the ministry's expert panel on the relationship between coronavirus vaccines and side effects. Japan is slated to begin administering vaccines to elderly citizens Monday.

From Jiji

April 9 2021

TOKYO – Novel coronavirus vaccines are less likely to cause side effects for those aged 65 or older, Japan’s health ministry said Friday. 

The interim finding was reported at a meeting of the ministry’s expert panel on the relationship between coronavirus vaccines and side effects.

Japan is slated to begin administering vaccines to elderly citizens Monday.

The ministry surveyed some 20,000 medical workers for whom vaccinations began in February.

Of all workers surveyed, 38 pct experienced fevers of over 37.5 degrees Celsius after their second jab of the vaccine developed by U.S. drugmaker Pfizer Inc.

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