Chicago-area hospital halts vaccinations after 4 workers experience adverse reactions
A hospital in north Chicago has halted coronavirus vaccination temporarily after four workers experienced adverse reactions that included tingling and elevated heart rates, according to a report. Three of the employees were recovering well at home while the fourth was continuing to receive medical attention, FOX 32 of Chicago reported.
Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, Ill. – about 39 miles north of Chicago – temporarily paused injections of the Pfizer vaccine out of an abundance of caution, officials said in a statement. But the organization’s other sites, including eight more in Illinois and three in Wisconsin, were continuing vaccinations without disruption, officials told FOX 32.
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