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Can I take the Pfizer vaccine, if I have severe allergies, (such as anaphylaxis)? Anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction, is common in the U.S. It occurs in about one in 50 Americans.

  • Alert date August 1, 2021

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    Can I take the Pfizer vaccine, if I have severe allergies?

    The CDC says;
    If you have a history of a serious reaction (such as anaphylaxis) to any Pfizer COVID vaccine ingredient, then you should not get the vaccine.

    An AAFA study was printed in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (JACI). It found that anaphylaxis, a life-threatening allergic reaction, is common in the U.S. It occurs in about one in 50 Americans.

    Many believe the rate is higher than that. It is probably closer to one in 20.

    In 2019 The population in the United States was 328.2 million people.

    Note:

    One in 50 Americans in the US = 6,564,000 who have a history of a serious reaction (such as anaphylaxis).

    One in 20 Americans in the US = 16,410,000 (who have a history of a serious reaction (such as anaphylaxis).

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