Covid booster shot: The post-vaccine reaction in the feet more likely to occur 'in winter'

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“These reactions are usual and generally and, and typically resolve on their own or with over-the-counter treatment,” explained Freeman.

“Even though skin reactions to a vaccine can be scary, most are not severe or long-lasting, and show us that your body likely is developing a nice strong immune response to the vaccine, which is a good thing.”

Beth Drolet, professor and chair of dermatology at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health added: “It doesn’t happen in the summer.”

“The toes can stay blue for weeks, but eventually go back to normal.”



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