THE STATUS ADVERSE REACTIONS AFTER PFIZER VACCINATION OF EMPLOYEES IN TAN TRAO UNIVERSITY IN 2021
Keywords:COVID-19, reaction after Pfizer vaccination.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused of the deaths of millions of lives in the worldwide, and the number of deaths people continues to rise. Pfizer vaccine is being used widely for both adults and children in Vietnam. Therefore, we conducted a study: "The status adverse reactions after Pfizer vaccination of employees in Tan Trao University in 2021". After that, providing more evidence on the safety of COVID-19 vaccination for vaccine manufacturers as well as citizen, proposing recommendations in COVID-19 prevention in Tan Trao University. The retrospective study, conducted from November 2021 to January 2022 through interviews 123 employees who injected Pfizer vaccine, selected the entire sample using a available questionnaire. Results: 79.7% dose 1, 78.9% dose 2 had adverse reactions after Pfizer vaccination. Gender had a statistically significant relationship with reactions after Pfizer vaccination in both dose 1 and dose 2.
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