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How do we know the COVID vaccine won’t have long-term side-effects? – The Conversation AU

Years of vaccine research tells us that, if side effects are going to occur, they normally occur within the first months after getting a vaccine.

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As Australias COVID-19 vaccine rollout begins this week, many people still have questions about the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, both in the short and long term.
As vaccine experts, we hear these concerns all the time, and its normal to have questions about a vaccine.
The good news is that scientists have already been testing COVID-19 vaccines for months. For starters, serious side-effects are very, very rare. And, together with what we know about previous vaccines, if side-effects are going to…

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