AstraZeneca vaccination was also held for the second day.
Yesterday (26th) on the first day of the 18,000 vaccinations, 15 had adverse reactions, and fortunately, all were identified as mild symptoms such as headaches.
Reporter So Hwan-wook reports.
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is a nursing hospital with more than 60 employees, including medical staff and nursing care workers.
Yesterday, the medical staff started their own vaccinations, but today the rest of the staff, including nurses and caregivers who care for patients, received the vaccine.
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while the last is mainly inoculation held at the Health Center, Holiday Inn, and mainly care hospital today The vaccination was done in a nursing facility.
In particular, in nursing facilities without medical staff, those who were vaccinated went to the local public health center to get the vaccine.
[Jeong Soon-yeon/Nursing home director: I didn't know if it was correct.
It’s not sick and the flu hurt a little.
But it doesn't hurt, I don't feel anything, and it's okay.]
Yesterday, the number of people who got the AstraZeneca vaccine was 18,489.
These are nursing facility officials and residents under the age of 65, accounting for 6.4% of all vaccination targets.
Among them, 15 cases were reported as being suspected of adverse reactions, and health authorities explained that all were mild cases.
[Kwon Jun-wook/President of the National Institute of Health: All of these were only mild cases such as headache, weakness, fever, nausea, and vomiting, which are common after vaccination.]
The health authorities have decided to investigate the antibody retention rate for corona vaccination patients with the aim of forming population immunity in November, and have also initiated a permit review of Janssen's corona vaccine.
(Video coverage: Kim Hyun-sang, video editing: Jeong Seong-hoon)