For many, COVID-19 vaccines come with a side of side effects

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Getting a COVID-19 vaccine comes with a lot of benefits. There’s the protection against a world-altering virus, the ability to travel more safely, and hanging out in people’s houses again. There are also doughnuts. But there’s also a pretty good chance that a vaccine will be accompanied by a few unwelcome side effects. Most of these are pretty benign — like a sore arm or fatigue. Some are more serious, but those are also extremely rare.

Here’s a cheat sheet to help you figure out what to expect after your COVID-19 shot.

What are some common side effects of the COVID-19 vaccines?

Your arm might feel sore after you get the shot, and there might be some redness or swelling near the injection site. There’s also a chance that you could…

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