TALLINN – Speaking about preparations for vaccination against coronavirus in Estonia during a press conference on Saturday, Kristin Raudsepp, director general of the State Agency of Medicines, said that the vaccine which arrived in Estonia earlier in the morning is effective, yet may have side effects, which is altogether usual with vaccines.
"The vaccine that arrived today, Comirnaty, is a completely new mRNA-vaccine in its buildup. Data from trials and use to date show that the vaccine has it protective effect, as well as usual side effects that are character...
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