Pregnant mum dispels fear of getting vaccinated

LENGGONG: Expectant mother Nur Amalina Baharuddin, who is also the three millionth Malaysian to receive the vaccine, has shared that she experienced no side effects from the PfizerBioNTech vaccine shot which she received last week.

So far, the 27-year-old said she only felt pain in the shoulder following the jab but did not suffer headaches or vomiting, and the vaccination has not affected her pregnancy.

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