Emergency Room Nurse Tests Positive for COVID-19 After Recently Taking Vaccine

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45-year-old nurse in San Diego developed Covid six days after vaccination

The story of an emergency room nurse who tested positive for COVID-19 despite getting the vaccine is a reminder that hand washing, social distancing, and masks are still going to be crucial in 2021.

(ABC NEWS) – The story of an emergency room nurse who tested positive for COVID-19 despite getting the vaccine is a reminder that hand washing, social distancing, and masks are still going to be crucial in 2021.

Matthew W., a 45-year-old nurse in San Diego, received the Pfizer vaccine on Dec. 18 and told ABC News San Diego affiliate KGTV that the only vaccine side effect he experienced was arm soreness.

Six days later, after working a shift in the COVID-19 unit, Matthew had chills, muscle pain, and fatigue.

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