Two health care workers were admitted to the hospital because they reported a Vaccine Adverse Event (AEFI) after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in Odisha, official sources said. Healthcare workers in Jagatsinghpur and Bargarh counties are considered stable in their health, they said on Thursday.
A 45-year-old ASHA worker from the Jagatsinghpur District was given the COVID-19 vaccine on January 19, after which she developed a headache and fainting that same day. She was then admitted to the County Command Hospital where her condition was considered stable, the official said.
A 27-year-old nurse in the Bargarh district was vaccinated against COVID-19 on January 16. On the same day she developed a fever and was admitted to Bargarh Hospital for observation. Her condition is now stable, the official said.
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