A volunteer from a trial vaccine against Moderna of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill shared the side effects he experienced with Fox & Friends on Tuesday after the company revealed that its vaccine was almost 95% effective against COVID-19.
The results of Moderna’s breakthrough, with 30,000 people participating in the late-stage trial, came after Pfizer published promising test results showing 90% efficiency.
The effectiveness of 94.5% puts it there with some of the vaccines we are all used to taking like mumps, measles and vaccines that help eradicate serious diseases that are no longer common, ”Jack Morningstar told host Steve Dusi.
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UNC Jr. described in detail the side effects he experienced, saying he thought he had not taken a placebo.
“After the first vaccine, I had a little tiredness and some pain in my arm that lasted for several days,”
He said it was almost the same for the booster, “with a little fever the next day.”
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“It told me it was the real deal,” Morningstar said.
The student urged everyone nervous that the corners are cut with the historical results, not to worry.
“Usually these clinical trials take so much money and so many resources that they just get off their feet, but since the whole world and all its operations basically stopped with this pandemic, it was the number one priority for health institutions around the world, so that I would say that this should not be a problem, “he said.
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“It definitely comes with some comfort, knowing that the vaccine is so effective and I probably have antibodies, but I think in the end I won’t be 100% comfortable until most of the population doesn’t have access to it and we can develop … immunity. “