In the year, 2019, the world was hit by a serious pandemic- coronavirus which emanated from Wuhan, a sub-provincial city in China. The pandemic brought the world to a standstill, affecting several countries and the world at large economically and socially.
Covud-19 brought lot of brouhaha about the nature of the virus, it cure and the way forward.
World Health Organisation and other international health agencies have lived to their core mandates and undertaken series of testing on the virus and developed vaccines that would help boost the immune system in fighting against the virus.
Recently, on the various social media platforms there was a post claiming that the covid-19 test kits do contain ethylene oxide- a carcinogen known to cause cancer in the human body.
Also, "as a result" of receiving a covid-19 vaccine has led to a 366% rise in miscarriage.
Well according to WHO, the ethylene oxide is used to sterilise the test swabs and are "rigorously tested and are safe to use on a regular basis".
Clarifying the post on the vaccines and miscarriage, WHO says the vaccines are safe and there is no evidence that covid-19 vaccines can increase the risk of miscarriage in pregnant women.
From World Health Organisation, the test kits and vaccines have been tested and are safe to be used, so should all get tested and vaccinated.
But what was your experience after been tested or vaccinated?
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