Four Covid symptoms that are different after you've been vaccinated

Researchers have discovered four different Covid symptoms for those who get Covid after vaccination.

Scientists at King’s College London have found that it is still possible to contract coronavirus after you get the sting, although it has done so in very small numbers.

They also revealed four symptoms to look out for those vaccinated, which differ from the NHS top three coronavirus symptoms: high temperature, new, persistent cough, and loss or change in your sense of smell or taste.

Instead, people vaccinated with Covid reported similar shortness of breath, ear pain and swollen glands.

But one symptom was noticed – sneezing.

It was 24 percent more common in people under 60 with Covid after their bump.

The study also found that those who had been vaccinated against the virus were less likely to report symptoms of the coronavirus.

People studied had almost 70 percent less fever than those who weren’t vaccinated and 55 percent less likely to be tired.

The study looked at thousands of people in the UK using the ZOE Covid Symptom Study App.

Those who examined the data found that nearly 2,400 people had reported a positive Covid test after their first vaccine dose from 1.1 million app users – 0.2 percent.

Of half a million people who received two doses, 187 (0.03 percent) weeks later tested positive.


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