World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “COVID-19疫苗的副作用” – below is their description.

疫苗是为了给你提供免疫力而不会有得病的危险。接种疫苗时,通常会出现一些轻微到中度的副作用。这是因为你的免疫系统指示你的身体增加血液流动以便有更多的免疫细胞能够循环起来,并使你的体温升高,以便杀死病毒。 疫苗有助于保护我们抵御疾病,接种疫苗后感觉到轻微或中度的副作用表明疫苗和我们的免疫系统正在起作用。

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